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Lessons from Territorial Elementary School 2nd-graders in book reviews

Territorial Elementary School Book Reviews
2nd Grade, Ms. Marley's Reading Group

Book Title: "Just Like Josh Gibson" by Angela Johnson

1st Review by Nyah Jones
What sports is this book about? Baseball
What two things did you learn about this sport?
1. In the forties, girls can't play baseball.
2. In the forties, girls can't even dream about baseball.

Nyah Jones drawing by Nyah Jones

2nd Review by Kya Guinn (see sports shoe & sock art)
What sport is this book about? Baseball
What two things did you learn about this sport?
1. I learned that girls can't play baseball.
2. I learned that Josh Gibson hit a baseball and it didn't dome down.

Kya Guinn drawing by Kya Guinn

Book Title: "The Signmaker's Assistant" by Tedd Arnold

1st Review by Gabby Vasquez
Who? The main character is called Norman. Norman tricked the townspeople. The townspeople did whatever the signs said.
What? In the book, Norman made funny signs. Some signs said, "Donate your money in a trash can." Some said, "Eat your hats." Some even said, "Dump trash in a supermarket." Because he did that, he made a sorry sign.
When? The story takes place in the present.
Why? I like the book because it had funny signs.

Gabby Vasquez drawing by Gabby Vasquez

2nd Review by Keiana Vreyens
Who? The main character is Norman. Norman is young. He thinks stuff will be funny.
What? In "The Signmaker's Assistant, the signmaker makes beautiful signs. When the signmaker goes to a town to paint a sign, Norman make signs that he thinks are funny but are not funny.
When? "The Signmaker's Assistant" looks like it happens in present time.
Why? I liked "The Signmaker's Assistant" because it teaches us a big lesson.
Where? See drawing below

Keiana Vreyens drawing by Keiana Vreyens

Book Title: "Cowboys" by Lucille Recht Penner

1st Review by Angela Levie
I decided to read this book because...I wanted to know what cowboys do. The topic of this book is...about a cattle drive.
One interesting thing I learned from this book is...that cowboys travel for months on horseback. If I ever did that, the moment that I get off, I would fall to the ground.
I think the author is a good writer because...she wrote the interesting book, "Cowboys." One person who would enjoy this book is...a cowboy or a person who likes cowboys...because...a cowboy would like a story about him or someone who wants to learn more about cowboys.
Here are two things you can do if you want to learn more about this book's topic.
1. Try to find it at your local library.
2. See below

Angela Levie drawing by Angela Levie

Book Title: "Birthdays Around the World" by M. Lee

2nd Review by Claudia Gomez
1. Rosa lives in Mexico.
2. In the morning, a mariachi band came to sing to Rosa.
3. Later they're going to break the piñata that's made out of colorful paper.

Claudia Gomez drawing by Claudia Gomez

Book Title: "A Birthday Basket for Tia" by Pat Mora

1st Review by Madisen Cornelius
1. Tia got a basket from Cecilia.
2. Chica got in the basket a few times.
3. Tia danced with Cecilia.

Madisen Cornelius drawing by Madisen Cornelius



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