REVIEW OF SPECIAL BOOK

How To Make a Flower! Out of One Paper! by Kayla at Stevenson Primary School is a wonderful book by a very young author/artist. Mrs. N. loaned me the book from the Stevenson library, and I took the book home and learned to make a flower by folding just one square of paper.

Kayla has clearly explained and demonstrated just what the title promises, how to make a flower out of one paper.  It was easy to understand and very interesting.

The cartoon on the back of the book was funny and good to look at.

Congratulations, Kayla!

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Author: Rae Longest

This year marks my fiftieth year in AAUW (American Association of University Women). The Alvin chapter was begun in 1947, and as a new, green teacher to Alvin Independent School District, I joined in 1968. In the 80's we began a book group to share our love of reading, books,and fellowship with other women and girls who loved the same. We resurrected the group on-line in September of 2015. Eventually Powerful Women Readers folded as an on-line book club, but I kept the title and turned it into a blog. (See "Introduction,"first blog). This is my first experience at blogging or publishing anything and is becomes more fun with each blog posted. I am currently teaching as an adjunct at The University of Houston Clear Lake. This makes my 28th year there after three years at Alvin Community College and an almost-twenty year career as a classroom teacher with Alvin Independent School District. Reading and writing are "in my blood" just like teaching is. I hope you enjoy the blog.

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