[PDF/EPUB] Only One Year BY Andrea Cheng

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Sharon can hardly believe the news Di Di her two year old brother is being taken to China to spend a year with their grandparents Why can’t he go to day care or be watched by a babysitter when Mama goes back to work Sharon wonders But her parents say it is b. Good little story for the younger child Will keep it for my grandson to read when ready

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Only One Year

Ith school friends and hobbies They think of Di Di less often Then one day he is home again and it feels as if a stranger has entered their lives The children struggle to sort out their mixed emotions but soon discover that the bonds among siblings hold strong. Title Only One YearAuthor Andrea ChengPublisher Lee Low BooksSynopsis Sharon and Mary s two year old brother Di Di goes to China to live for a year as per family tradition The book centers around this event and what happens when Di Di comes back Ultimately this is a celebration of family valuesMy Thoughts I thought this was a really cute read Di Di is adorable I think little kids will enjoy this book and learning about why some cultures send very young children abroad for a year It s fascinating This would be a nice edition to any elementary classroom library

Andrea Cheng ï 6 Free read

Etter for relatives to take care of little childrenAfter Di Di first leaves Sharon and her younger sister Mary pore over the photographs their grandma sends trying to keep their little brother fresh in their minds As the year passes the girls become involved w. The story is less a STORY than a child narrated series of events You watch her come to terms with saying goodbye to her brother Sort of forget him Get angry when he returns Reconcile It is all 100% believable which makes sense as this stuff does actually happen all the timeThis is one that I ll be glad to give my kids when they are first starting to read REAL books and I also like the illustrations though I don t think they re terribly special Different from the normal genre I like but still glad to have it


10 thoughts on “Only One Year

  1. says:

    Uniue and sweet😜

  2. says:

    I was lucky enough to win this book on goodreads firstreads It was an enlightening book for me on the Chinese custom of sending a young child to his grandparents for a year I thoroughly enjoyed the story of the lives of the 3 children I loved the building of the dollhouse and how creative they were I also thought the illustrations were del

  3. says:

    Good little story for the younger child Will keep it for my grandson to read when ready

  4. says:

    Sharon who is going into 4th graed and Mary who is going into 1st aren't too keen on the idea of sending their two year old brother Di Di David to China for a whole year to stay with their grandparents There are many relatives to share taking care of him there but a year seems like a long time it's ALL of fourth gradeSharon is embarassed by Di Di's absence and she hides it from her school friends When it comes up she f

  5. says:

    This was a very interesting book I have heard before that children from Asia do get sent back to their native c

  6. says:

    The story is less a STORY than a child narrated series of events You watch her come to terms with saying goodbye to her brother Sort of forget

  7. says:

    Title Only One YearAuthor Andrea ChengPublisher Lee Low BooksSynopsis Sharon and Mary's two year old brother Di Di goes to China to

  8. says:

    uick enlightening read I have never thought of having a child of mine go overseas for a year to be raised by fam

  9. says:

    This was a good book to get a look into the way different cultures take care of their families I liked that at the end the author explained why the story was like this for the family and I loved the idea of siblings feeling that close They still showed the challenges of having siblings but it was a genuine love and care that they showed for each other

  10. says:

    As far as I know there are not many juvenile or adult fiction books written about the practice of sending young children off to stay for a long period of time with extended family so this title would make a good s