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Lectorum, 1994 - 80 páginas
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Wanda's classmates make fun of her Polish last name and her one faded dress. She tells them she actually has 100 dresses, and enters drawings of them in the school's art contest before she moves away. Only after she is gone do the students discover her remarkable talent and realize how cruel they have been.

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I really liked the way that this book paints the picture of a school bullying situation in a way that shows the complexities of each role, the perpetrator, the victim and the bystander. I love that ... Leer reseña completa

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This Newberry Honor book was first published in 1944 it's timeless themes bring light to the guilt and harm that occurs when making judgements on others. It is a book perfect for creating an anti ... Leer reseña completa

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EL JUEGO DE LOS VESTIDOS
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UN DÍA AZUL RADIANTE
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Eleanor Estes was born in West Haven, Connecticut on May 9, 1906. She graduated from the Pratt Institute Library School and worked as a children's librarian in branches of the New York Public Library system. Her first book, The Moffats, was published in 1941. Her other works include The Hundred Dresses and Ginger Pye, which won a John Newbery Medal for the most distinguished children's book in 1952. She also wrote a single adult novel entitled The Echoing Green. She died of complications following a stroke on July 15, 1988 at the age of 82.

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