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MIDWEST BOOK AWARD 
FINALIST
    


The Power of Two
was selected 
 
as a Finalist for
the Midwest
Book Award
 in children's fiction.

 

The Kindle Book Review

5 out of 5 stars

"The Power of Two is the best book that I have reviewed so far...as a member of the KBR team, this statement should not to be taken lightly. This is a great book." 

As a member of the Kindle Book Review team, I have reviewed a lot of books, thirty-four to be exact. That number not include the ones that I have declined to review for various reasons. So, when I say that The Power of Two is the best book that I have reviewed so far, as a member of the KBR team, this statement should not to be taken lightly. This is a great book.

Read the rest of the review: http://www.amazon.com/The-Power-Two-Lori-Sawicki/product-reviews/0989482200/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

  

The Power of Two

Cited as a Top Pick Review from Night Owl Book Reviews

 
"This is a touching and inspiring story. There are many kids who can relate to being shunned or bullied by the popular kids in school. However, it only takes one Pru to make others believe that they should stand up for themselves and those that can’t. Jamie describes Pru as the smallest girl in sixth grade. But the author depicts Pru as a very strong person regardless of her size and she makes such a big impact in Jamie’s life."
 
 
 
  
 
  
 

 

 

Hello!

Hi!

Thank you for stopping by my website! 

The Power of Two is my second children’s novel, the first published by Identity Novels. I established Identity Novels in 2013, and the year after The Power of Two was selected as a finalist for the Midwest Book Award in children’s fiction.

I’ve also written a classroom guide that works as a companion piece with this book: A Classroom Guide for The Power of Two. While this guide is designed for use with The Power of Two, it can also be used as a standalone resource for class discussions on bullying, self-esteem, friendship, peer pressure, and personal power. This guide offers cross-curricular activities, projects, and lessons that can be addressed before, during, and after students read the book. This reproducible guide offers vocabulary directly related to the novel and many ideas for expanding on the book's key themes: personal power, friendship, self-esteem, and bullying.

      
     
  
If you decide you’d like to purchase a copy of The Power of Two and A Classroom Guide for the Power of Two, I hope you enjoy them! Please feel free to send an email through the Contact Lori page, and tell me your thoughts. I'd love to hear 
from you.