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á Read Ä The Orphan Of Ellis Island by Elvira Woodruff ½ This was a really good book that my daughter asked me to get from the library after her teacher read it to their class She was so excited to share it with me We read the first couple chapters together and then she couldn t contain herself anyshe finished it for the second time over a weekend I m amazed at what a great reader she is turning into I took much longer to finish it, but it was a really good story It is a 4.
9 on the AR reading list I like how the main character becomes connected to his past and ancestry This book encourages it s readers to become acquainted with their ancestors and that is pretty special, I think.
Story time I don t remember how I first found this book, but I was about 10 years old and it was my favorite thing ever I read constantly, since I was never found of the ending, I would start again and reimagine what happened to these boys My 1995 printing of the book was in terrible shape, and on the third or forth read through pages started coming out of the binding On the fifth read through, whole chunks were missing Eventually it completely fell apart and my mom threw it away I was SO upset that I held a grudge over my missing book for 16 years But on a recent trip to Ellis Island, with mom, there it was waiting for me in the book store I very literally shrieked, freaking out the guy at cash register Story explained, and book in hand, I giddily ran through the museum pointing out all the parts that featured strongly in the book I A young orphan goes on a trip with his class to Ellis Island There, he lies to his classmates about his family in order to keep the fact he s an orphan a secret Then, he is told there is a wall where the immigrants names are written that have come over to America In order to not have to face his classmates, he hides in a closet where he falls asleep Then, he wakes up to find it is now night and the museum is closed He is thrown back in time to Italy and begins his adventure with some new friends Will he be stuck there forever This book his touching and engaging at the same time I came across this book when looking up info on Ellis Island It looked to be an interesting time travel idea Would the orphan from modern times find out about his parents when he travels back in time Dominic s life is in turmoil His foster family will be moving out of state and he will soon be placed with ANOTHER family He s tired of not fitting in, tired of having no friends, tired of not having a family When on a field trip to Ellis Island with his classmates, Dominic tells a lie about his family name being on the Immigrant Wall of Honor So he doesn t have to admit lying to his class, Dominic runs off and hides in a closet There, he falls asleep and is locked in the building after closing After a strange conversation with an immigrant via the telephone receiver in an exhibit, Dominic is transported back in time to 1911 Italy There he meets three brothers, wh This was a really good book that my daughter asked me to get from the library after her teacher read it to their class She was so excited to share it with me We read the first couple chapters together and then she couldn t contain herself anyshe finished it for the second time over a weekend I m amazed at what a great reader she is turning into I took much longer to finish it, but it was a really good story It is a 4.
9 on the AR reading list I like how the main character becomes connected to his past and ancestry This book encourages it s readers to become acquainted with their ancestors and that is pretty special, I think.
Story time I don t remember how I first found this book, but I was about 10 years old and it was my favorite thing ever I read constantly, since I was never found of the ending, I would start again and reimagine what happened to these boys My 1995 printing of the book was in terrible shape, and on the third or forth read through pages started coming out of the binding On the fifth read through, whole chunks were missing Eventually it completely fell apart and my mom threw it away I was SO upset that I held a grudge over my missing book for 16 years But on a recent trip to Ellis Island, with mom, there it was waiting for me in the book store I very literally shrieked, freaking out the guy at cash register Story explained, and book in hand, I giddily ran through the museum pointing out all the parts that featured strongly in the book I A young orphan goes on a trip with his class to Ellis Island There, he lies to his classmates about his family in order to keep the fact he s an orphan a secret Then, he is told there is a wall where the immigrants names are written that have come over to America In order to not have to face his classmates, he hides in a closet where he falls asleep Then, he wakes up to find it is now night and the museum is closed He is thrown back in time to Italy and begins his adventure with some new friends Will he be stuck there forever This book his touching and engaging at the same time I came across this book when looking up info on Ellis Island It looked to be an interesting time travel idea Would the orphan from modern times find out about his parents when he travels back in time Dominic s life is in turmoil His foster family will be moving out of state and he will soon be placed with ANOTHER family He s tired of not fitting in, tired of having no friends, tired of not having a family When on a field trip to Ellis Island with his classmates, Dominic tells a lie about his family name being on the Immigrant Wall of Honor So he doesn t have to admit lying to his class, Dominic runs off and hides in a closet There, he falls asleep and is locked in the building after closing After a strange conversation with an immigrant via the telephone receiver in an exhibit, Dominic is transported back in time to 1911 Italy There he meets three brothers, wh The Orphan Of Ellis Island was a very interesting book, and I think this book can help you understand how people used to live, and how they suffered to come to America, on these ships, that are really dirty and no clean water to drink.
I kind of enjoyed reading this book because I really wanted to understand how Italy people immigratedto America, and how their life was like separated from their family.
This book is about an orphan boy who goes on a field trip with his class to Ellis Island HE doesn t know any of his ancestors and feels bad when everyone is showing each others theres She when he hides in the closet and falls asleep he wakes up and somehow ends up in Italy in 1908 I can make a text to MOVIE connection when a boy gets locked in a museum and cant get out so he explores the museum and finds out stories about the history of the world.
I would rate this book a 3 because it was a good boy because I think I ve read better I think it would be good if you like reading about history and how different parts of the world especially Italy came to be.
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Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you In my 5th grade class we read this together Since we where working on a Immigration report it fit in well I liked it because how true the history was and Elvira Woodruff didnt make the history up or anything Also my report was based on Italian immigrants since I do have Italian in me I loved the imagination the characters had in the book.
I m mixed about this book The story is good and sad Dominick travels back and finds his family that came to America from Italy However, in the present it seems like it was just a dream and no closer was made for the reader Granted Dominick gets a sense of worth and pride for family, however I wanted him to find family in the present to live with.
read this book to my third grade class, and they LOVED it Had lots of opportunity for reviewing comprehension strategies, learning new vocabulary, and understand life lessons And greatest of all, it had my kids excited and wanting to keep reading



This book is about an orphan boy who goes on a field trip with his class to Ellis Island HE doesn t know any of his ancestors and feels bad when everyone is showing each others theres She when he hides in the closet and falls asleep he wakes up and somehow ends up in Italy in 1908 I can make a text to MOVIE connection when a boy gets locked in a museum and cant get out so he explores the museum and finds out stories about the history of the world.
I would rate this book a 3 because it was a good boy because I think I ve read better I think it would be good if you like reading about history and how different parts of the world especially Italy came to be.
The Orphan Of Ellis Island was a very interesting book, and I think this book can help you understand how people used to live, and how they suffered to come to America, on these ships, that are really dirty and no clean water to drink.
I kind of enjoyed reading this book because I really wanted to understand how Italy people immigratedto America, and how their life was like separated from their family.
In my 5th grade class we read this together Since we where working on a Immigration report it fit in well I liked it because how true the history was and Elvira Woodruff didnt make the history up or anything Also my report was based on Italian immigrants since I do have Italian in me I loved the imagination the characters had in the book.
I m mixed about this book The story is good and sad Dominick travels back and finds his family that came to America from Italy However, in the present it seems like it was just a dream and no closer was made for the reader Granted Dominick gets a sense of worth and pride for family, however I wanted him to find family in the present to live with.
read this book to my third grade class, and they LOVED it Had lots of opportunity for reviewing comprehension strategies, learning new vocabulary, and understand life lessons And greatest of all, it had my kids excited and wanting to keep reading

Well known for her popular children s stories, author Elvira Woodruff had a long route to becoming a writer In fact, one of her first jobs after leaving college was driving an ice cream truck She has also worked as a receptionist, a janitor, a window dresser, a gardener, a shop owner, an assistant librarian, a waitress, and a storyteller After working for several years in the children s room of