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Galimoto summary á 8 ☆ “A joy to read aloud” —New York Times Book ReviewKondi is determined to make a galimoto—a toy vehicle made of wires His brother laughs at the idea but all day Kondi goes about gathering up the wire he needs By nightfall his wonderful galimoto is ready for the village children to play with in the light of the moonThis Reading RaiLimoto is ready for the village children to play with in the light of the moonThis Reading Rainbow book is a school and library favorite that offers a view of life in the southeast African nation of Malawi one of the world's least developed. Galimoto is a story about a young boy in a village in Africa who really goes after his dreams I loved this book because it showed the perseverance of the young man as he worked to achieve his dreams The young boy sets out to make a Galimoto a wire toy for himself He starts out with a few pieces of wire and trades works and finds what he needs to accomplish his goals This book speaks to making a goal and the hard work it takes to reach that goal It also lets students see into the life of a child in Africa I would use this book in reference to goal setting and discussion on similarities and differences across the world

Karen Lynn Williams Ç 8 summary

NationsKaren Lynn Williams the award winning author of such books as Baseball and Butterflies and Painted Dreams also illustrated by Catherine Stock delivers a heartwarming tale of perseverance that is sure to delight children everywher. This book is about a little African boy trading things to get the materials he needs to make his Galimoto a toy vehicle made with wire Remember those What a contrast for our kids here in America with all the toys we have here I remember a favorite toy of the African kids where I lived was an old tire and a stick to roll it with Did you ever roll down a hill in a tire It's lots of fun but probably a little dangerous

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Galimoto“A joy to read aloud” New York Times Book ReviewKondi is determined to make a galimoto a toy vehicle made of wires His brother laughs at the idea but all day Kondi goes about gathering up the wire he needs By nightfall his wonderful ga. It's not a very emotional tale but it has a powerful simplicity and is very vivid in its depiction of some aspects of life in Malawi Africa It seems like something children can relate to because it is all about trying to make something to entertain and be proud of and about navigating the social worlds of children and adults to achieve your goals