One and only book trailer
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One and Only (Book Trailer)
The One and Only Ivan
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The One and Only Ivan book trailer
I must get this book into as many hands as possible. If you read my blog , follow me on Twitter , or have ever visited my school library, you have heard me talk at length about the time I spent an hour with the real Ivan and his caretaker, Jodi. I always carry a copy in my car because you never know when someone might need one. It is a forever book. One I will forever recommend; one I will forever hold in a special place inside my heart. Tears streamed down my face.
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Note: It is not the purpose of this review to draw conclusions for the reader but rather to focus on literary elements and topics of critical importance. If you look up author Katherine Applegate in the Library of Congress catalog, you will find well over books to her credit, including the Animorph , Remnant , and Everworld books attributed to K. In January of Katherine K. Applegate joined an elite group of authors when her book The One and Only Ivan was named the winner of the ALA's Newbery Award 1 for the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children. The publisher, HarperCollins, identifies the target readers of this award winner as eight- to twelve-year-olds. In addition to Ivan, the cast of the book includes a handful of humans: Mack, the reprehensible ringmaster, janitor George, and his daughter Julia, a child who sits outside the enclosures drawing the animals and sharing paper and pencil with Ivan for his own artwork. Bob, the stray dog, can wriggle in and out of tight spaces that allows him to join Ivan occasionally for a conversation or a comfortable nap.