Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Belinda the Unbeatable by Lee Nordling and Scott Roberts

Belinda the Unbeatable
by Lee Nordling and Scott Roberts [jP Nordling]

A classroom game of musical chairs is better when everyone is included. Belinda brings a friend into the game who was previously going to be left out, sitting alone by the lockers. As the game continues, the cheery musical notes and fun twists and turns in the route become a little more and more stressful. Without any words whatsoever, the book’s illustrations shows us which characters are good sports and which could use a little more kindness. The ending teaches us a newer, more improved way to play musical chairs, and it showcases the great way that Belinda became unbeatable.

[ publisher’s official Belinda the Unbeatable web page ]

Recommended by Naomi S.
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