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Who Belongs Here?: An American Story (2nd Edition) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-05 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 6 user ratings
ISBN:0884486397
LANGUAGE:English

" Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss. " said.

" I discovered this book when searching for another book--Talking Walls--by the same author. This is another great book to have in all school and/or classroom libraries. There is an activity guide that goes along with this book that might be interesting to explore. " said.

" Great story! Also great to see how a young boy can make a difference in the attitudes of his peers. I would keep this book in the classroom library and have it hand for if there is a case of bullying due to cultural differences, I would also use it if doing a Social Studies lesson about Cambodia or about the diversity that is found in America. " said.

"Grade Level/Interest Interest Level Grades 3 - 5
Reading Level: 900L (5th)
Main Characters: Nary
POV: First Person (Nary)



The book is about the long history of immigration into the United States by many different peoples and how they sometimes have had difficulty being fully accepted. It is narrated by a young boy named Nary, a Cambodian refugee who has just moved to America. The text does not flow smoothly throughout the book. For that reason I would not use it in the classroom, unless I choose to only give the students the factual information presented in the text. In that instance, we would not read the entire book, instead just pull out certain pieces.
" said.

" Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss. " said.

" I discovered this book when searching for another book--Talking Walls--by the same author. This is another great book to have in all school and/or classroom libraries. There is an activity guide that goes along with this book that might be interesting to explore. " said.

" Great story! Also great to see how a young boy can make a difference in the attitudes of his peers. I would keep this book in the classroom library and have it hand for if there is a case of bullying due to cultural differences, I would also use it if doing a Social Studies lesson about Cambodia or about the diversity that is found in America. " said.

"Grade Level/Interest Interest Level Grades 3 - 5
Reading Level: 900L (5th)
Main Characters: Nary
POV: First Person (Nary)



The book is about the long history of immigration into the United States by many different peoples and how they sometimes have had difficulty being fully accepted. It is narrated by a young boy named Nary, a Cambodian refugee who has just moved to America. The text does not flow smoothly throughout the book. For that reason I would not use it in the classroom, unless I choose to only give the students the factual information presented in the text. In that instance, we would not read the entire book, instead just pull out certain pieces.
" said.

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