Review for Geta Toss
Updated: Aug 27, 2020
This is a story about Yoko, the new girls in the classroom. She was new but also a Japanese. In this book, we see how hard it is the be different from the other kids. Yoko found that she can make contact with the other girls through a game. it calls Geta Toss.
This is a wonderful story of difficulties of being not just the new kid in the school but also coming from a different background. It is a story about friendship. They had to find a way to keep the old friend and having a new one too. In the end, kids love to play games no matter where they are from.
I like the illustration of the book.
I recommend this book to kids ages 4-8 I have got the book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
About the author
Bonnie Ferrante writes fiction for adults and children. Bonnie loves living in Northern Ontario, Canada. She spends most of the long winter indoor writing and drawing. Since developing Parkinson's disease, she has switched to digital illustration. Once upon a time, she was a grade school teacher. https://www.amazon.com/Geta-Toss-Bonnie-Ferrante-ebook/dp/B07BBWZCMN/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1?keywords=Geta+Toss&qid=1548169452&s=Kindle+Store&sr=1-1-fkmrnull