In this cute little story, a girl doesn’t want to move. She is afraid of what her new school will be like, and that she’ll have no friends. But she soon learns that she can have fun in her new home. This book is meant to comfort kids when they are about to move, though I wonder a little about the target age. The girl looks and acts as if she is about 10. The teachers let them walk the hallways alone…but maybe that is normal for 6-7 year olds these days? Because that’s the age range the book seems to target by complexity.
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