Childhood Books

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Childhood Books

Kelly Nunno

Thank You, Mr. Falker is a book that I have recently read. Although this book is not from my childhood, it tells a story of what it was like for me to learn to read. I can relate greatly to the girl in the story that struggled with reading for many years, but then grew to become a strong reader becuase of one teacher that believed in her later in life. She grew to love reading. This book is important to me because it inspires myself and others to never give up and to have faith in others.

I selected The Very Hungry Caterpillar as an important book from my childhood becuase it is the first book that comes to mind when I think about my young self learning to read. This book was found in every one of my elementary school classrooms and was almost garaunteed to be a read-aloud. This book is important to me because it is a perfect example of simplicity and color. The features and colors in this book are amazing for a child's eye and they are extremely engaging.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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Thank You, Mr. Falker

Enemy Pie is an important book of my childhood because it teaches an important lesson that all kids need to learn. The book reveals that you should get to know another a person before you decide to not be friendly to them. After the main character in the story was forced to hang out with his "enemy," he realized that his enemy was not that bad and they could be friends! This is a great lesson in life and I try to live this way.

Ememy Pie


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