Across the Blue Pacific: A WWII Story by Louise Borden.
Houghton Mifflin Books for Children
Publication Date: September 2015
List Price: $7.99
Review: The sub is missing. What happened? In the story Across the Blue Pacific by Loius Borden a girl named Molly is sharing her childhood memories of what happened to her in World War II.
Across the Blue Pacific is a higher-level reader childrenÕs book. The age for enjoyment is probably between 3rd grade and 5th grade. The vocab level is probably 4th grade and higher. The plot line however is for 2nd grade and higher. I would personally enjoy this book because it is a fun to read childrenÕs book, and because she is telling the story through her recollection so she can also add emotion. The moral of the story is even better than the book itself. It proposes that if there is a story worth telling again it is worth remembering. Overall I recommend you read Across the Blue Pacific because it is just a great easy read. A special thanks to Louis Borden for writing Across the Blue Pacific.
Review written by Alex (6th grade student).
We would like to thank Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for providing a copy of Across the Blue Pacific: A WWII Story for this review.
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