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Pavel and the Tree Army Pavel Is A New American, Excited About His New Country When His Rabbi Tells Him That The Civilian Conservation Corps Is Hiring Young People, Pavel Is Thrilled As A Member Of The Corps, He Learns To Plant Trees, Build Dams, And Take Care Of The Land But Not Everyone In The Corps Thinks Pavel Belongs In America It S Not Until He And His Immigrant Friends Learn To Sing The Country S New National Anthem, The Star Spangled Banner In Time For Independence Day Celebrations, That They Re Welcomed As True Americans

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Pavel and the Tree Army
  • Heidi Smith Hyde
  • 17 March 2017
  • 9781512444476

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10 thoughts on “Pavel and the Tree Army

  1. says:

    Pavel is a new immigrant in America Joining both other immigrants and American born men in the Civilian Conservation Corps, Pavel has the chance to literally plant his American roots across the country.When Pavel a Russian Jew faces bullying from Otis from Oklahoma Your not real Americans , he is greeted with help and support from Homer from Maine, who teaches him, Anatoly, and Giovanni an immigrant from Italy, the Star Spangled Banner I loved the feeling of brotherhood and partnership throughout Pavel and the Tree Army I especially loved that their response to the difficulties of learning new things was we will learn That s the real spirit of immigrants, and I think this book captures that perfectly I got to read a copy of this book distributed by P.J Library I loved that the back flap has instructions on how to make welcome cards to new neighbors, and that the author s note was a historical blerb on the Civilian Conservation Corps.I was surprised though that the lyrics to the Star Spangled Banner were not included at the end.Art was nice, but the faces were a little homogeneous and hard to tell apart.

  2. says:

    This book highlights some of the challenges that immigrant families faced during the Great Depression In addition to the financial struggles that the entire nation struggled with, immigrants were often bullied and looked down upon, even when they were legally Americans In the story, children will see how immigrants worked hard to support themselves, learn new things, and overcome adversity.The book held the interest of both of my children ages 6 and 9 and they asked to read it several times I loved that the book helps to teach kids about our history as a nation, but also helps children to develop empathy for immigrant families The book shows how bullies can hurt others but also how people who are bullied can overcome It also gives a peek into different cultural practices to celebrate the diversity all around us.I received a copy of this book from Kar Ben publishing readyourworld

  3. says:

    As soon as I saw there was a picture book about the CCC, I had to read it I loved it

  4. says:

    A wonderful lesson about the history of America and what being an American really means.

  5. says:

    Interesting story I think children will really like it.

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