March 8, 2019

Book Review: Sonya Sahni and the first Grade - Its International Day by Soma Mandal

Book Title: Sonya Sahni and the first Grade - Its International Day
Author: Soma Mandal
Genres: Children, International Day, India
Publisher: Mindstir Media
Publisher Date: 2017-06-13 (44 Pages, Paperback)
ISBN: 9780999069899
Sonya is torn between her roots. She was born in the USA but her parents are Indian...she desperately wants to fi t in and be American. Her parents want her to embrace who she is, but Sonya feels like a misfit. This is a wonderful story about a little girl who discovers her identity and learns to appreciate who she is. A must read for any child or adult who feels different from the rest of the world.
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The way America is today. You would not think that we may need a lesson in the Melting Pot. I have do think we do. Our children need to know that we are all different and we come from different cultures. Yes we are American but we also have what our parent are or from.

This book put this introspective though a child eyes. It about a girl that is Indian and American. She having a bit of trouble fitting with her classmates. The pictures do the telling. It really is done well. I can see this being good for children and their parents. Young readers can read this book as well.

The author does it well. She show what it like for a first American born by Indian Parents. This is really show the meaning of the melting pot when you read this book. The children show off their cultures on this project the teacher plans. It called It International Day.

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