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A castle on Viola Street
A hardworking family gets their own house at last by joining a community program that restores old houses.
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A Castle on Viola Street. 1. Where is Andy when he sees the flier about the meeting to own a home? A) In the park B) At the Soap & Go C) In the library D) At school. 2. Why does Andy’s dad tell him that sometimes new things are hard to get used to and people are slow to change? What are the 3 clues and the 1 theme to A Castle in Viola Street? (in the book), and the implied is where it is not said, but you can tell that it is the theme becasue of context clues.
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A Castle on Viola Street is a realistic fiction picture book about a boy named Andy and his working-class family who lives in a small, deteriorating apartment. When Andy sees a flier about an opportunity to own a house on Viola Street, he tells his parents about it, and the family starts volunteering with an organization that buys and renovates /5.
Intuitively this makes so much sense to me, and hopefully future editions of "A Castle on Viola Street" will include some service ideas. Read more.
3 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Maria Dismondy. out of 5 stars A story about a family/5(4). A Castle on Viola Street Library Binding – August 1, by DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan (Author, Illustrator) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Andy is so used to his family's small, run-down apartment t /5. Andy is so used to his family's small, run-down apartment that he has never imagined living anywhere else--especially not in a new house with a garden and a porch.
Such houses seem like castles to when he hears about an organization that turns abandoned houses into homes, he discovers that his castle isn't in the clouds--it's on Viola Street.4/5(5). Before writing, A Castle on Viola Street, I worked for several months building and renovating houses in Camden, New Jersey, through a nonprofit group like Habitat for Humanity.
I donate a percentage of my royalties from each book to the organization that they : Dyanne Disalvo-Ryan. Andy is so used to his family's small, run-down apartment that he has never imagined living anywhere else--especially not in a new house with a garden and a porch.
Such houses seem like castles to when he hears about an organization that turns abandoned houses into homes, he discovers that his castle isn't in the clouds--it's on Viola Street.
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A reassuring teaching story about a new home in a neighborhood that readers will recognize from DiSalvo's earlier work (Grandpa's Corner Store, ) with the spirit of her City Green ().
In the old days, says Andy, he and his parents and sisters lived in a tiny apartment that was never quite warm enough. On Saturday mornings he and his sister would take a pile of quarters and Author: Dyanne Disalvo.
Get this from a library. A castle on Viola Street. [DyAnne DiSalvo] -- A hardworking family gets their own house at last by joining a community program that restores old houses. Includes a note about housing organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity.
Grade 3, Unit 6, Week 1: Study Guide–A Castle on Viola Street Name _____ Date _____ A Castle on Viola Street Study Guide 1. Name something that might be leaky. _____ 2. Give some examples of appliances._____ 3.
Andy’s dad tells him “Sometimes new things are hard to get used to and people are slow to change.”. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read.
Summary: "A Castle on Viola Street" tells the story of a family of five who live in a small apartment. They join a organization where they help restore old houses for families and one day they will help restore a home for themselves/5(8).
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2) Vocabulary Power Plus® Book One Book Two Book Three Book Four 3) Wordly Wise ® Book 5 Book 6 Book 7 Book 8 Book 9 Book 10 Book 11 Book 12 Vocabulary Tests Available for. I stood in the shelves and opened A Castle on Viola Street - I was hooked after reading a letter located at the beginning of the book.
This is a book with an important purpose. I tucked the book into my library bag. As I continued to hunt for the books on my list, I stumbled across the book The Old House by Pamela Duncan Edwards.
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A Castle on Viola Street. written and illustrated by DyAnne DiSalvo Picture book, HarperCollins, Awards: Notable Children’s Book NCSS/CBC “In the old days before I was ten, we rented an apartment on Emerald Street. It was a small place to live in for one whole family, but somehow we made the room.”.
A Castle on Viola Street: The Ms. Block’s kindergarten students read the book “A Castle on Viola Street“ by DyAnne DiSalvo to learn about Habitat for Humanity and volunteering.
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