Roosevelt’s Book Fair-Something for Everyone

Julia M and Anja H., Staff Writers

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Roosevelt Middle School hosted its book fair that took place during the week of October 30 through November 3. There was an assortment of books at varied prices. Graphic novels, Caudill books, and autographed books were all for sale. There was a table specifically for toys, a shelf with specialized calendars, and another shelf with books that were for a cheap price. The fair was chock full of great books, plus educational doo-dads for sale.  Here’s your guide/ summary cheat sheet to some of the amazing books that were for sale at the fair.

Smile: Graphic Novel

Raina Telgemeier is terrified of braces. On that one cold night when she felt her teeth crack and crunch, spewing onto the cold, wet pavement her nightmares all became reality. Follow Raina’s journey as she navigates the world of middle school all while being a metal mouth.

Paint By Sticker Masterpieces: Activity Book

One of the sold-out books and an activity book, Paint By Sticker Masterpieces is an amazing book. How to do the Activities are simple. On each page is a painting or a piece of famous artwork. There are stickers that fit into the empty spaces of the picture. Using the numbers included on the picture, you slowly piece together this sticker puzzle to create the masterpiece. It is a fun and calming way to do activities and show you masterpieces from around the world made in different times.

The War That Saved My Life: Historical Fiction

In the summer of 1939 trouble is brewing rapidly and many Americans are holding on to their hats in preparation for war. Not Ada Smith. Ada has a physical disability called a clubfoot, which prevents her from walking in a typical gait pattern. As a result of this her ableist mother refuses to let her out of the house and constantly verbally abuses Ada. Then Hitler’s bombs come. Ada secretly escapes, her brother Jamie in tow and boards a train headed for the country.  Will they make it? And if they do, how will Ada ever cope with her memories as she tries to adapt to this strange new place.

What Happened

Ever wonder what the Democratic candidate was thinking after her election loss? Get your hands on a copy of What Happened, Hillary Clinton’s new memoir if you would like to get inside the candidate’s head and get an insider’s look at her career in activism following 2016.

  Overall, the book fair was an amazing fair showcasing new and interesting books. Are you interested in these books and your guide of the book fair?

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  1. Julia J on November 21st, 2017 10:28 am

    Awesome!!!

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