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Ghost Train by Paul Yee
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Oct 02, 08

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Read in October, 2008

Genre: Picture Book
Audience: Grades 3-6
Reading Level: Transitional
Curricular Uses: Read-Aloud, Independent Reading
Issues: Economic troubles, disabilities, death
Illustrations: Dark and mysterious illustrations add to the mood of the book. Beautiful full page pictures.
Additional Comments: This is not one of my favorite books, but it does address important issues such as a death in the family, overcoming a disability, and getting through economic hard times. Choon-yi is a very strong person. This book may make students aware of other cultures. I would consider using this book if I felt the need to address certain issues or to discuss cultural aspects of literature.


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