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Macy Mcmillan and the Rainbow Goddess
Macy Mcmillan and the Rainbow Goddess | Shari Green
8 posts | 6 read | 7 to read
Deaf sixth-grader Macy struggles with resentment as her mother sells their house and prepares to add a stepfather and twin stepsisters to their family. Helping an elderly neighbor who is also preparing to move turns from a chore to an escape as Iris finds ways to communicate with Macy and shares stories that inspire the girl to look at life in new ways.
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This was fantastic. ❤️ A quick read because it‘s written in verse.

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Eggs
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#nothingincommon #septemberdanes @Cinfhen @Kalalalatja
Iris and Macy are neighbors who have nothing in common: Iris is old, Macy is young; Macy is deaf, Iris doesn't know sign language; Iris wants to move, Macy doesn't. But as they try to communicate, they're sharing more than they thought

Kalalalatja Interesting pick! 9mo
Cinfhen Awwww, sweet 💕 9mo
Eggs Thanks 😊 @Cinfhen and @Kalalalatja 9mo
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When a character in a book you're reading is extolling the virtues of reading Anne of Green Gables.

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Book bought for a Middle school. I absolutely loved this story. 2018

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This middle grade book spoke to me, as an adult, very powerfully. It was multi themed, but the one that jumped at me from the beginning was the wonderful relationship formed between the 11-year-old girl, Macy, and her elderly neighbor, Iris, – the rainbow goddess of the title. The whole book truly reiterates my strongest belief that story and memories and family (however that might be defined) are the most important things of all. #verse

C.Perone Such a fun cover!! 1y
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Very sweet, fast read! I definitely see why this one is an award winner

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Middle grade winner of the Schneider Family book award. My award challenge for this year. See previous two posts.