This book, Dreamers, is a story about the author, and it’s pretty interesting. The woman and her baby had to move to the USA. They moved to Texas, and they were scared. They didn’t know what to do. They didn’t speak the language, people ignored her, and she was really…sometimes she made a lot of mistakes. Like one time she went into the water fountain and the police caught her.
So when she found the library, she was amazed about the library and all the things it taught her. She said it was her life and the things she learned were unbelievable. It became her home, and she spent a lot of time every day in the library until it closed. She wrote this book so that if people come from another country, they are comforted. You shouldn’t send them back because they don’t know the rules if they spent a lot of money to come to this country.
If you move to a new country, you shouldn’t be scared; you can always trust your new country. You will always find a new country interesting because you haven’t really explored it. Your old country is just “old.”
If people move to a new country and they don’t have the right papers, and then Trump finds out, he will try to move them back to their own home. That’s not really nice if they moved here for a certain reason and it cost them a lot of money and now you try to send them back and that will cost them a lot more money.
I would give this book six stars because it’s a great book for teaching people to be kind to other people and for teaching people that they’ll learn about their country and they’ll learn the language if they don’t already speak the language. I would recommend this book for people who come from another country and don’t know anything about this country or don’t speak the language.
|Page Count||40 pages|
|Publisher||Neal Porter Books|
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