Sunday, May 29, 2016

The Yellow Bus Boys

I loved this book. It made me feel like a young boy was telling me about his adventures and coming of age.  I laughed and cried with him, throughout the story.  

It is heartwarming, thought provoking, and helped me understand how young boys think and their ability to forgive and forget.  It's fast pace, surprising and has something for readers of all ages; glimpses into history and nostalgia for folks from that time period.  A useful tool for young students reading lists; it lets them know that no matter where you came from and what you've been through you will grow up and move beyond it all and depending on the choices you make along the way; you can aspire to be so much more.  

I am excited to introduce you to Mr. Shaw and the discoveries  and insights behind the story. He is the boy who grew up to be as inspiring, as when he was in the 6th grade.

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