If you are in Waterville,Maine this summer stop by Children’s Book Cellar and enter my author visit raffle.
Margy Burns Knight wants to spend a day in your school in 2017*
Grade 2-8 Parents,students and teachers enter to win.
School must be within 50 miles of Winthrop
Winner will be announced on Labor Day Weekend
- * will work with one grade level and can bring six original Talking Walls
A Hawaiian instructor shared…. ” I read Maria’s Shoes and at the end a child asked why the book was so short? Another child thought the book was so short because they want us to know how easy it is to help someone feel better because it doesn’t take too long!
Thanks to Kirsten McWilliams and her King Middle School students for their thoughtful book reviews and illustrations about my books. Read some excerpts of the book reviews below.
Talking Walls is an explanatory book that talks about different religions and different beautiful people. Talking Walls shows images and facets of cultures revealed in monuments throughout the world, The book was written to introduce children to the world and its diverse cultures. It is an important book because it teaches and shows the readers that there are different cultures throughout the world.
The book Who Belongs Here? is about a boy who lived in a refugee camp and immigrated with his family to the USA. The book is about why people love their own country and it is also about some immigrants feel when they are starting over with their lives. The book shows how refugees lives were back in their countries and the art shows how the refugees are scared and hopeless. The book shows its audience different ways of helping other people who are facing the same problems as refugees.
Margy Burns Knight wrote a book explaining that Africa is not a country. To begin with, kids are having fun in a park playing soccer. Also some of them were dancing, eating and sitting in a circle. Half of the kids in the neighborhood just went to school. This book was written to show that Africa is not a country and is a fun continent. The book shows that every race matters, not just black or white, every race. The reason they matter is because people should not get treated badly because of their race or skin color.