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Red Thread Sisters

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  • Posted November 6, 2012

    I bought this book for my granddaughter for Christmas. She is 8

    I bought this book for my granddaughter for Christmas. She is 8 years old and in the 3rd grade. I read all books before giving them to see how appropriate they are for my grandchildren. This book is well-written and very engaging for this age group and above. It's an absolutely beautiful story which even made me cry (sadness and gladness). The story also has some very good values. It shows thankfulness for the things most of us take for granted. I am so glad that I found this book and I'm sure you will be too!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2014

    Best Book

    This book is the best book ever.I loved the story, and jow it was told. It would be cool if they came out with a sequel.

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  • Posted May 8, 2014

    Author: Carol Antoinette Peacock Book: ¿Red Thread Sisters¿ In

    Author: Carol Antoinette Peacock
    Book: “Red Thread Sisters”
    In the book “Red Thread Sisters”, there are two girls named Shu Ling and Wen. Shu Ling and Wen are two girls, that are best friends and they live in the same orphanage. When they were little they promised each other that whichever girl got adopted first would find the other a home. Wen got adopted first by the McGuire family. Wen told Shu Ling that she would find her a family by her 12th birthday. When Wen got to her new home, she worried about Shu Ling not getting adopted. Shu Ling was 12 years old and she had a bad leg which disabled her to walk well. Those things about Shu Ling were major turn offs when it came to her getting adopted. Wen was worried she wouldn’t be able to find Shu Ling a family in time before she was taken off the list of kids you could adopt. Will Wen be able to find Shu Ling a family before her 12th birthday? But most of all, will she be able to keep her promise to her best friend? If not, will Shu Ling have to work as a nanny for the orphanage by herself?
    This book has many strengths and weaknesses throughout the book. One of the strengths in the book is how Wen keeps her determination all throughout the book to keep her promise to Shu Ling. The book shows that by saying, “…Wen would say, I have a friend who needs a home. Can you adopt her, too?” Wen has a great determination to find her best friend Shu Ling a family like she promised she would. A weakness of this book is how long it takes for the ending to come. Yes, a book needs lots of details to help it come together and make since, but I thought some didn’t need to be there. The book shows this by adding the detail about Wen going to the park and just going about her everyday life.
    I would recommend this book for children and teens alike. This book is a great realistic fiction book that would help kids learn the importance of friendship and being loyal to your friends, even when it’s hard and you’re in a tough situation in life. It also shows how if you love your family, you can get through anything. Friendship is one of the most important things someone can have in their life. Also, you need to have love for your family and friends and you can get through anything.

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  • Posted July 15, 2013

    Sweet and poignant story that involves adoption - and so much mo

    Sweet and poignant story that involves adoption - and so much more. I would highly recommend this as a "family" read. It has so much to tell and teach us all. But the story of Wen is one you won't forget.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2013

    Forever Beautiful

    This is an amazing book wouldent trade it for the world

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