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Meg is a little girl who loves to create with boxes. I can relate to her as I also love to build things using boxes. Meg goes to a special school where everyone has their own special creative skills. But Meg is the only Boxitect that creates with boxes until one day another boxitect joins the class. Meg thinks that she must complete to the be the best boxitect in the school. However, when the Maker Match is held, she learns she must work with her rival, Simone in order to succeed. After a huge accident, Meg and Simone learn that it is better to work with each other rather than compete against each other. This is a great book to illustrate how important teamwork is with friends at home or at school. I like this book as it is full of great S.T.E.A.M. Ideas and I love to build. The illustrations show how students are not only creative with boxes, but spaghetti noodles and other loose parts. This is a fun book to help readers learn to make the best of working with others and how you don’t always have to be the best, but to try your best in everything you do.

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Author Kim Smith
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Clarion Books
Publish Date 2020-01-14
ISBN 9781328477200
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Issue March 2020
Category Children's


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