Do you know what women did when men went to fight in World War II? They said: “We can do it!” I got this book Rosie, A Detroit Herstoryby Bailey Sisoy Isgro from Wayne State University Press. It explains what the women meant when they said that.
In April 1939, Germans crossed over Poland’s territory line. President Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted America to help out. So, as men were sent off to war to fight against Germany, someone needed to fill in their jobs. Those someones were women! Women invented new ways get the factory job done, like rolling on roller skates to retrieve parts faster. This inspired women today to be just like the icon, Rosie the Riveter, who said to all women in America, “We can do it!” You HAVE to read the book to find out what happened after men came back from war.
This story was written in a poetic and rhythmic way. It made the story flow smoothly. The illustrations were really cool and stood out a lot. I noticed how the artist, Nicole Lapointe, would color something important and then put other things in a shadow on some pages. And I really loved the last illustration that showed that today women can be anything they dream of. The photo had such a diverse group of women!
I loved that this book was a history lesson for me. I learned about Detroit and I also learned a lot of new words like luftwaffe, Axis powers and isolationist. I also learned the word Nazi. It’s a scary and sad word.
I recommend this book to anyone who needs to know there is no such thing as “the wrong sex” and everyone should be accepted to do anything, no matter the gender.
This book is about a Porcupine being helpful. She wants to make a pie. While she was out collecting her berries, she saw her friends. Each friend needed a supply for their party treat. She shared her supplies with them. Then she realized she was missing her berries. Her friends helped her out!
The story is about animals having a party. They are helpful to each other. If you share, people will share with you.
Kids should read this. There is even a pie recipe in the book!
Book Source: Provided by Masters Media in exchange for review
Little Brother and Bridget review
These books are by National Geographic Kids. They have facts from actual paleontologist and volcanists. They share information on dinosaurs, why a dig is like and how dinosaurs lived. The volcano book tells the science behind Volcanoes, the different lavas and how you study them. It was very fun to read.
These would be good additions to a science classroom or for a kid interested in dinosaurs or volcanoes. They would learn a lot and could read the books multiple times.
In this book, the Lunch Lady got fired but she comes back again because the superintendent was mean. She was going to destroy the moon. She had made school bad for kids. The kids get Lunch Lady to come help them save their school.
I liked that it was a comic book. I read this all by myself and I am just starting to read by myself. I liked that they had superhero stuff. The food weapons were funny.
I recommend this to my cousins and other kids trying to read.
This is Little Brother and I am doing this review because I wanted book mail. Just like Bridget, I have food allergies but I am not peanut allergic. We were sent this book to review because we are kids!
Eppie is an elephant excited for her first day of school. She is also allergic to peanuts and is worried about how the other kids will act. I worried about how kids would react to mine. They think it is weird I don’t eat pizza or ice cream at school.
Eppie makes friends but at lunch, her friends can’t sit with her because they have peanuts. Eppie is sad. The next day, her friends sit with her because they brought safe lunches.
This book helps kids learn about food allergies and being a friend to a kid with allergies. It is nice to see the friends change their lunches so they can sit by Eppie.
I recommend this to kids going back to school, especially if they are at a no nut school.
This book is about Peanut and Moe. Peanut says not enough music, not enough speed, and not enough glitter. Moe says too much noise, too many cars, too much paint. They see things differently. They have a hard time getting along.
I recommend this book to siblings who don’t get along.