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➶ Project Mulberry Free ➬ Author Linda Sue Park – Berkingmad.co.uk Julia Song and her friend Patrick want to team up to win a blue ribbon at the state fair but they can't agree on the perfect project Then Julia's mother suggests they raise silkworms as she did years Years ago in Korea The optimistic twosome uickly realizes that raising silkworms is a lot tougher than they thought And Julia never suspected that she'd be discussing the fate of her and Patrick's project with Ms Park the author of this boo

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Ggests they raise silkworms as she did years Julia Song and her friend Patrick want to team up to win a blue ribbon at the state fair but they can't agree on the perfect project Then Julia's mother suggests they raise silkworms as she did

Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Linda Sue Park is a Korean American author of children's fiction Park published her first novel Seesaw Girl in To date she has written six children’s novels and five picture books for younger readers Park’s work achieved prominence when she received the prestigious Newbery Medal for her novel A Single Shard.

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10 Comments on "Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad"

  • mitchell dwyer

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryWhy I really really like this book1 Julia a Korean American seventh grader deals with a lot of issues common to Asians growing up in the United States I immediately identified with some of her insecurities2 Patrick Julia's best friend becomes her friend mainly because he's not put off by the smell of kim chee I love how a simple thing like this can break through some of Julia's hangups and lead to a real friendship When you're that age sometimes little things like that do lead to the best an


  • Olivia

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryRead this in elementary school This was one of my favorite reads at the time Not only did I learn about Mulberry plants but about Korean culture as well I'd highly recommend this as it is funny well written and informative and has stuck with me all these years


  • Abbie

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryThere are a lot of themes going on in this book It feels a little messy and some of the ideas are never tied up successfully It also gets a bit preachy at times It also has sections between the chapters where the author discusses things with the main character; it didn't really work for me


  • Barb Middleton

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryLinda Sue Park reminds me of Lowis Lowry as a writer You always get a well crafted uniue story with characters' that have distinct voices and a tight plot She's also such a sophisticated writer I don't think readers always get what she's doing Take the metafictional narrative that occurs between the author and the protagonist in this story On the


  • 528_Kristin

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberrySummary Julia is a typical American child who lives in Plainfield Illinois Her family is Korean and she sometimes has a hard time with that She wants to blend in and be “American” Her best friend Patrick lives across the street Together they join the Wiggle Club an environmental club They need to do an animal husbandry project but can’t decide on what to do Julia’s mom suggested raising silk worms like her mother used to do in Korea Patrick is thril


  • Rebecca McNutt

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryNot one of the best books I've ever read but still a pretty good kid's novel with a creative and original topic and interesting


  • In Seo Woo

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryI personally really liked reading this book for several reasons In fact this was one of the books that I enjoyed the most This book is mainly about a girl named Julia a seventh grade Korean American girl in America Although she had friends before she moved somewhere else one time when her friends visited her house and smelled Kim Chee kimchi they thought it was gross This made her have sort of a Kimchi trauma because she thought that everybody would be grossed out just like her friends did making her embarrassed However after she moved she met a boy named Patrick who became her best friend just because he loved Kimchi Then they decide to participate in this autumn fair where they have to raise a type of animal and they decide to raise a silk wormI could easily relate to this book because I am Korean too Similar to her experiences of people h


  • Carolyn S

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryI’m currently reading the book “Project Mulberry” by Linda Sue Park Julia and her friend Patrick are intending to make something absolutely awesome for their partner project but right now their minds have gone blank Until the day Julia asked her mom for sugges


  • maddie (kingreadings)

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberrySome background on how I came upon this book In elementary school we were typically allowed to borrow from the teacher's library full of books for us to read While it encouraged reading I have to applaud my teachers' willingness to use their money on usAnyway I had read this book because it had a Korean girl on it and was written by a Korean author Even when I was younger I loved to read these kinds of books That year


  • Linda

    Project Mulberry Book ↠ Paperback Ä Berkingmad Project MulberryBook covers so much intimate lifecycle of silkworms basic embroidery sustainable farming and ethics of raising farm animals racism what it takes to be a good friend Realistic fun dialog Authormain character banter following each chapter shows young writers how a storyline and characters are developed