TRUMAN by Jean Reidy: My New Go-To Book – A Review by Rosanne L. Kurstedt

I just came across this post and had to share. Can’t wait to get my own copy of TRUMAN.

Nerdy Book Club

I read picture books. I write picture books. And I share picture books with students of all ages.

I often go to Barnes and Noble or the library and pull handfuls of books off the shelves. After scouring the new releases, I settle in to read. As I open each book, my stomach twitters with excitement. Will this be my new working-with-teachers-and-students book? Will this be my new when-my-own writing is stalled mentor text? Or, will this be my new I-just-need-a-little-lift book?

Well, recently I stumbled upon the book TRUMAN by Jean Reidy, illustrated by Lucy Ruth Cummins, and it immediately became my all-of-those-things-mentioned-above book.

Set in one day, Truman’s Sarah leaves him alone as she goes off to the first day of school. After waiting and waiting and waiting, Truman (he’s a tortoise, by the way) decides it’s time to find his Sarah. And his journey begins.

TRUMAN is…

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4 thoughts on “TRUMAN by Jean Reidy: My New Go-To Book – A Review by Rosanne L. Kurstedt

  1. I had really loved this book when I picked it up at the library. Rosanne did a good job of flushing out so many of the subtle nuances found in a good picture book.. I’ll have to put it on my to buy list. Thanks!

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