I listened to this while I picked weeds out of the garden over a couple of semi-dry days.
I loved this book!! I thought it was so fun. The writing style is pretty conversational, but pretty much like reading a very long psych article. It‘s reading about everyone‘s expert topic: yourself. It gives you a few new lens to look through. And if nothing else from this book, I took away a huge interest in the comedy show Mortified and can‘t wait to attend a show! I‘m already halfway through the show‘s podcast!
Have you ever been bullied for things out of your control? Lila and the Crow is a RF book about how one young girl learns to embrace her uniqueness despite what her bully thinks, and I believe it would be an amazing book to use in the classroom for a RT. This can be used in the classroom to benefit students by showing them different type of texts they can relate to which should encourage them to read and connect to text more.
Absolutely stunning art in this one. And I kind of liked the idea of this girl, who is being bullied, claiming the name the bullies call her as her own and making it something positive. Screw ‘em, Lila. They‘re jerks. You take whatever they call you and make it amazing.
One of my favorite things: Reading this book with my Noodle! I know I have posted this book before, but it is just such an awesome book for little goddesses-in-training; emphasizing in simple language what every little girl needs to know to be a Warrior Goddess!💕❤️💕