Pitching in for Eubie Review

Pitching in for Eubie
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This book is well written, beautifully illustrated, and from the heart. I can't say enough good things about it. It teaches children about loving families, working hard to meet goals, and giving to others. My boy is only two, and he loves hearing about how Lily tries to help her sister. Families of any color would enjoy this book.
Lily's sister Eubie is accepted to college, but has to come up with $3000 to supplement her scholarship. Mother, father, brother, Eubie, and Lily all take on extra jobs to raise the money. Lily, being the youngest, has the hardest time finding a job that will pay. Ultimately, through her persistence, she finds a way to pitch in.
This book provides a sweet reminder of core values I want my child to learn.

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Lily knows that nothing is more important than family. She's so proud when her sister, Eubie, wins a college scholarship. And when her family pulls together to earn the rest of the money Eubie needs, Lily wants to help out too. But she's too young to do most jobs. What can she do to pitch in for Eubie?

Through her lyrical prose, Jerdine Nolen shares a heartfelt story about people working together to make dreams come true. And as Caldecott Honor artist E. B. Lewis reminds us in his luminous, tender paintings, nothing is more important than those family ties that bind us.

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