This picture book is about a young boy who travels the world in order to experience the different homes throughout the world (mostly America).
In this book, Dr. Novak introduces the research-based framework on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The goal is to assist parents with enabling their children to have success in school and in life.
Within the opening pages of this book (or if you’re like me, button presses), one is immediately bombarded not with what the title initially seems to suggest, but rather a twist on it – what feels like a dissertation-length composition waxing the epistemology of one saying they “feel fine.”
The third book in the Star Passage series, Burbidge once again delivers a fantasy book that blends components of Christian theology with history, spinning a tale that engages readers to travel time and overcome spiritual evils embodied in the forms of ghost-like characters called trackers. This book is written with middle-grade ages in mind. Burbidge typically delivers enjoyable reads that earn above average reviews and this saga is known for being a Gold Medal winner.