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Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman
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Jan 14, 10

Grace has a very vivid imagination that definitely shows throughout the book. As her grandmother tells stories, she acts them out. In school, the teacher announces that they will do the play Peter Pan and Grace wants to play Peter. Her classmates tell her that she can't because she is a girl and she is black. Although this makes her sad, her grandmother teachers her that she can be anything she wants to be and she gains self-confidence and self-esteem.

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