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User Review  - dmarie8 - LibraryThing

Appropriate for grades K-2. Oliver Button isn't like the other boys at his school. Rather than play sports like football and baseball, Oliver enjoys drawing, reading, and dancing. The other boys tease ... Read full review

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User Review  - ahauze - LibraryThing

At the age of four, Tomie dePaola knew that he wanted to draw and tap dance. This book is based off of dePaola's real life experiences and shows that individuality isn't such a bad thing after all. Read full review

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Oliver learns to take pride in his nontraditional interests, despite teasing from his classmates

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Oliver Button was called a sissy.

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This book is about a boy who is bullied by his peers but perseveres by just being himself.

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This books lets boys know that it is perfectly fine if they like to draw and do other activities that boys are not sterotyped into doing. This is good for gender equality.

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Reading With Meaning
Theme- Believe in Yourself

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Oliver is a great character to show children how to persue their interests even when not supported by those around you.

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User Review  - eschultlinfield.edu - LibraryThing

narrative, about a boy that does not fit in. Does girl activities. Realistic fiction Read full review


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