Worst-Case Collin by Rebecca Caprara

Worst-Case Collin by Rebecca Caprara

Worst-Case CollinWorst-Case Collin by Rebecca Caprara
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Thank you Charlesbridge and NetGalley for sharing this book with the LitReviewCrew. Anything Rebecca Caprara writes, I am here for. The Magic of Melwick Orchard was hands-down one of my favorite books I read a couple years ago and one I read to my class and we loved it. So, when I saw she had another book out, but it was IN VERSE, I was so excited. I knew her ability to craft beautiful words would show beautifully in a verse format and I was right.
Here are 3 things about this book:
1-You can’t be prepared for everything
2-Book in verse
3-Everyone deals with grief differently

I definitely think everyone should read this book, but be mindful of the grief themes that may trigger some negative memories for some readers.

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I am a middle school English Language Arts and Social Studies teacher.

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