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Breaking the Borders around Us

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by: Martin
Books with a 1 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: August 25, 2018
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 60
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Breaking the Borders around Us prevails as a historical fiction Children's book that promotes unity in diversity and the bridging of cultures. A young Cherokee boy, Adahy, befriends a Caucasian deaf girl, Sarah. Even though they speak different languages, possess different lifestyles, and have to cross a river to see each other, the two children build a strong friendship that ends up changing their whole society.
Customer Comments
Janae Thomas
Posted: November 15, 2018
Customer comment 1 star rating
I read this book and it is so poorly written that I could barely get through the first few pages. The illustrations are cute, if created by a third grader. The overall story is predictable and full of grammatical and intellectual errors. I don't recommend it. If a child were to read this, it would confuse them due to the poor language skills as they have probably learned proper writing rules. Sixty pages of a story you could get anywhere else, but better written elsewhere. Maybe someday (with practice) the two writers will produce something worth reading, but for now, this is a pass. The only positive I can say is that it is a good message to share, to respect differences.
Charlie Marin
Posted: October 7, 2019
Customer comment 1 star rating
This is a really bad book. Also I'm gay. And btw the picture on the front is better than anything I've ever taken. But yeah, this book is trash, kind of like me.
About The Author
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Hello! I am a college student at Otterbein University who is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry. After graduate school, I plan on moving to the Eastern-band Cherokee reservation where I will provide affordable healthcare for the tribal members. My personal severe health struggles have sparked passion within me to advocate for mental and physical illness awareness.
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