An Angel for Solomon Singer: After Reading

 

What are your thoughts after reading this book?

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Published in: on February 25, 2016 at 5:36 pm  Comments (10)  

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  1. I think it might be about somebody intervening to rescue a child. Can’t wait to find out.

  2. The man grew to love his new environment once he began to see it differently. It took one step and then it all began to feel different. Great book. Great lesson. Kids could really dig deep and discuss themes with supporting details.

    • Yes, learning to accept change is important, change can be a good thing. Great lesson for anyone.

  3. Angel did provide what he needed, a friendly, welcoming face; a place of comfort, just like home.

    • Makes you think about the power of one person. That idea could be explored too.

  4. A great story to share with young kids who have faced an unwelcome transition in their lives. I think this story will help those kids see a way to find happiness in the situation and to look at their situation in a more positive light. This could also be a lesson in how we treat others makes an impact even if we are not aware of that impact.

  5. This book shows that home can be anywhere as long as you have friends and people who care about you!

  6. A great story. It shows how important just one connection can be, and how a few kind words can make a world of difference in someone’s life. The artwork was beautiful.

  7. An Angel for Solomon Singer reflects how someone can make their dreams come true in surprising ways. Solomon was able to find his happiness with Angel’s help in the Westway Cafe.

  8. Great book! It shows that sometimes you have to get through to go through. You have to make the best of what you have and when that is done you can find true comfort in small things.


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