“If You Were Me and Lived in…Poland” by Carole P. Roman

IfYouWereMePolandIF YOU WERE ME AND LIVED IN…POLAND

Carole P. Roman
Create Space (2016)
ISBN 9781537045108
Reviewed by Paola Belloso (Age 9) for reader Views (02/17)

“If You Were Me And Lived in…Poland” by Carole P. Roman was a lot of fun to read. I learned that one of my favorite things to eat, Pierogi, is from Poland! I also learned that Poland is in Central Europe, they were the second in the world to have a Constitution, and the classical music composer Chopin was from Poland, too. They had a working salt mine that when it closed it turned into a place for tourists to visit. My Mom and I were surprised to see that some words in Polish are very similar to some Spanish words, like ‘cebula’ with the Spanish ‘cebolla’ (they both mean onion). I also loved learning about their legend, and their ‘Children Day’ celebration! The pictures were colorful and they helped me read about Poland, too. I can’t wait to see if Ms. Roman will someday write a book about my Mom’s country, Venezuela!

I recommend, “If You Were Me And Lived in…Poland” by Carole P. Roman to all kids and schools to learn about Poland, and give it five big stars!

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