I Learned a New Word Today: Genocide

I Learned a New Word Today: Genocide[Reading] ➷ I Learned a New Word Today: Genocide By Elizabeth Hankins – Tbjewellers.co.uk Javier Mendoza has learned a new word and he does not like it As his fifth grade class explores the shocking history of countries ranging from Armenia to Sudan, Javier realizes that the pastand even t Javier Mendoza has learned a new word and a New eBook ☆ he does not like it As his fifth grade class explores the shocking history of countries ranging from Armenia I Learned PDF/EPUB or to Sudan, Javier realizes that the pastand even the presentis telling him a story that he cannot ignore Then he overhears a conversation that triggers a mysterious chain Learned a New PDF/EPUB é of events at his school Now Javier is faced with the reality that no one is immune to the consequences of genocide And perhaps everyone has a responsibility to help end it, even himself.

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  • Paperback
  • 150 pages
  • I Learned a New Word Today: Genocide
  • Elizabeth Hankins
  • English
  • 22 January 2019
  • 9780981160603

10 thoughts on “I Learned a New Word Today: Genocide

  1. says:

    A young boy, Javier, writes in his journal about what he is learning about in school ... genocide. He learns it is a horrible thing and he wants to do something to stop it from happening.

    The author, Elizabeth Hankins, takes a chance on writing a book about genocide for children. I knew a little about genocide like the Holocaust, but not much about the more recent genocides. I was afraid when I opened the book that it would go into great in detail about the killings and would end up gory. But it is mostly a book with facts, history and others' thoughts on what age is the right age to start talking about such horrible things.

  2. says:

    I had hoped that this book would be a good read aloud for my students, but what I found instead was an excellent primer of the genocides of the 20th century.

    While I consider myself well-read about the Holocaust, my knowledge base of the other genocides was seriously lacking. Hankins's book provides basic information about Rwanda, Bosnia, Cambodia, Sudan (Darfur) and Armenia in simple, easy-to-understand language. The passages in this book will help me to share information with my students!

  3. says:

    good book

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