“Sahara Special,” by Esme Raji Codell

“Sahara Special,” by Esme Raji Codell is the story of a fifth grader who is an aspiring writer.

Sahara Jones has two files. One is the school file, which contains the test scores, letters, and notes that took Sahara out of the regular school classroom and put her into a special education class. But Sahara ignores the teasing of other kids and the humiliation she feels because she has another file, hidden behind the books at the local library. This concealed file is about the real Sahara, the Sahara who wants to be a writer when she grows up and is currently compiling her Heart-Wrenching Life History and Amazing Adventures.

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Inkweaver Review 2009-01-21T09:42:00-06:00

3 replies so far. What are your thoughts?

Ching Ya said...

Hi Nathan, thanks for introducing us so many nice books. Great effort! I'm guess 2009 is still going strong for ya! Wish you best in everything!

Anonymous said...

Great book! I loved it!

NathanKP said...

Thanks for commenting. I'm glad that you enjoyed Sahara Special.