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You can persevere : quit or keep going? : you choose the ending / by Connie Colwell Miller ; illustrated by Victoria Assanelli.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Beacon Falls Public Library.
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Beacon Falls Public Library J 179 MIL (Text to phone) 33120146654162 Juvenile Nonfiction Available -

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"In this illustrated choose-your-own-ending picture book, Dahabo must decide whether to keep working on her science fair project or quit. Readers make choices for Dahabo and read what happens next, with each story path leading to different consequences. Includes four different endings and discussion questions"-- Provided by publisher.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 6-9 Amicus.
Grades 2-3 Amicus.
Subject: Perseverance (Ethics) > Juvenile literature.
Science projects > Juvenile literature.
Perseverance (Ethics)
Science projects.
Genre: Choose-your-own stories.

Syndetic Solutions - BookList Review for ISBN Number 9781681519876
You Can Persevere : Quit or Keep Going?
You Can Persevere : Quit or Keep Going?
by Miller, Connie Colwell; Assanelli, Victoria (Illustrator)
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You Can Persevere : Quit or Keep Going?


From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.

Rather than admonishing children to "do the right thing" or offering a number of virtuous role models, books in the Making Good Choices series (4 new titles) tell stories that let readers make decisions that lead to varied endings. Each path chosen leads to a different page number, but many readers will want to go back and explore the other options as well. Though the preferred choice may be obvious, the writing is even-handed in that each outcome reflects the logical consequences of choosing a particular course of action. You Can Persevere introduces Dahabo, who is working on her science-fair project. Frustrated that the seeds haven't sprouted, she considers quitting, but her teacher makes suggestions. Clearly illustrated with colorful, digital artwork, this series encourages children to consider possible outcomes before making decisions.

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