Nia and the New Free Library

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Nia and the New Free Library is about a little girl named Nia who loves visiting the library. She loves checking out books and getting to read them in the grass. One day, a tornado hits her town and takes the library with it. The grown-ups start thinking of what they can now build because the library is gone. Nia tells them that they still need a library, but they don’t believe her. Nia decides to prove to them that they don’t know what they want. She works hard for a new library, not just for her, but she is sure that the other people don’t remember that they like books anymore.

I like how Nia is smart! She works hard and writes her own stories to trick the people into helping her; I also like how everyone worked together at the end, even though they each wanted something different instead of a library. I like this story because I would also want another library built if mine were gone; it’s a lot of fun to check out different books. This story is for kids of all ages, especially ones that know what they want and work hard to get it.

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Author Ian Lendler
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Chronicle Books
Publish Date 2021-Jun-01
ISBN 9781452166865
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Issue August 2021
Category Children's


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