A summer day is the perfect time to chill out with a good book. TFK Kid Reporters have reviewed some of the hottest books of the season. Below, TFK Kid Reporter Pranav Mukhi shares his thoughts on The One Thing You’d Save, by Linda Sue Park. Check back next week for another review.
The One Thing You’d Save, by Linda Sue Park, is about a homework assignment. Ms. Chang has students choose what they’d save if their home was on fire. Some choose baseball cards or stuffed animals. One picks a sweater that was passed down for generations. Another chooses a box of memories about a sibling who died. The students are relatable. For example, I can relate to how you can love your nana so much, you want to save everything she’s given you. Readers of all ages will like this book. It helps you realize what matters most.