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Eating Enchiladas (Simply Sarah #4)

3.73  ·  Rating Details ·  41 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Sarah learns about Mexican culture when she is assigned a school report
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Two Lions
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Jan 12, 2017 Alyssa rated it really liked it
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Good simplified language for young readers. Tells about a little girl who doesn't know much about any countries, and learns about how awesome Mexico is. Good storyline of learning about cultures.
Ruth Ann
Sep 21, 2010 Ruth Ann rated it really liked it
Naylor, the author of Shiloh, has written another winning realistic fiction book. In this story, Sarah is a girl with lots of ideas. She lives in a multi-cultural neighborhood in Chicago and her friends come from many different kinds of families. In her third grade class, Sarah is to choose a country to research and then share her findings with the class. Eventually she chooses Mexico and takes her friend Mercedes with her to class on the day of her report. Readers will get glimpses of other cou ...more
Oct 24, 2010 Elise rated it liked it
A realistic fiction book -- school projects, after-school playdates, sleepovers, taking care of siblings, non-traditional families, living in an inner-city apartment building, etc... with a multi-cultural twist.
Dec 05, 2008 Pam rated it really liked it
This is a great book for showing young children about another culture. I loved all the Hispanic elements woven into a sweet plot. I know young children will enjoy it (including my seven year old!)
Apr 14, 2009 Sophie rated it liked it
sarahs class has to think of a country and every one else in class has been to a country other then the usa
but she has not so she has to think up an idea.
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Read this to see if my daughter would enjoy it. Very good story. I enjoy Sarah's character a lot.
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A boring little beginning chapter book about an annoying girl and her need to fulfill a school assignment.
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Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was born in Anderson, Indiana, US on January 4, 1933.

Her family were strongly religious with conservative, midwestern values and most of her childhood was spent moving a lot due to her father's occupation as a salesman.

Though she grew up during the Depression and her family did not have a lot of money, Naylor stated that she never felt poor because her family owned good boo
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