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The Lunch Thief: A Story of Hunger, Homelessness and Friendship (edició 2020)

de Anne C. Bromley (Autor), Robert Casilla (Il·lustrador)

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Rafael is angry that a new student is stealing lunches, but he takes time to learn what the real problem is before acting.
Membre:MaggieRemy
Títol:The Lunch Thief: A Story of Hunger, Homelessness and Friendship
Autors:Anne C. Bromley (Autor)
Altres autors:Robert Casilla (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Tilbury House Publishers (2020), Edition: 1, 32 pages
Col·leccions:La teva biblioteca
Valoració:*****
Etiquetes:Fiction, Homelessness, Conflict

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The Lunch Thief de Anne C. Bromley

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Intermediate; Realistic Fiction; This is about a young boy that steals other kids' lunches. Before getting angry one of the other boys takes the time to learn that he is homeless and living in a hotel. The boy and his mother decide to make him a lunch and Rafael invites him to eat with he and his friend at lunch. Great for children who may need a reminder that people go through hard things and we can never judge what we see. ( )
  MaggieRemy | Feb 27, 2021 |
It is a good example of realistic fiction because it is talking about a real-life story between two students.
Kevin always stole others lunch which annoys the boy a lot. Once his mum told him that the boy's property may destroyed by fire, the boy starts to share lunch with Kevin.
Hunger is hidden. We tend to judge things before knowing reasons. This is a good book of sharing and caring.
Good to all ages ( )
  Zhaoying | Feb 27, 2018 |
This book is a fantacy fiction which talked about the little boy always stole other' s lunch and was found by a student. Finally, this student figure it out that why the boy always steal lunch and they found out that how misery he is. Finally, they decided to forgive him and give their hands to him and built a great relationship in the end. This book is quite interesting and meaningful which tells readers how to be selfless and nice to help more poor people who need indeed help, and it is appropriate for elementary school students. ( )
  LUOLINLIN | Feb 22, 2018 |
Realistic Fiction
Review: Rafael's lunch was stolen from his bag. He knows who did it, but he does not know why until he finds out that the thief's home was destroyed in the terrible fires.
Critique: This is a good realistic fiction book because it provides very real scenarios for children to think about. It also is relatable for children because maybe someone in the class had their home destroyed by fires ( )
  lbenfield15 | Oct 17, 2017 |
This book is about a young boy who has his lunch stolen from the new boy in class. After This boy had learned from his mother though that it was better to use his mouth and talk before using his fists to punch. So he talks to the new boy and finds that he had just moved from the valley that had been through a fire. After learning about this, the boy decided to give the new boy his lunch or bring an extra lunch for the rest of the year.
This book I would consider a contemporary realistic fiction as it's not a true story, it's set in a modern time, and nothing out of the ordinary happens.
I would read this to 1st grade students and older.
  Michaiah.Annear | Mar 17, 2017 |
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