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Milo Imagines the World

af Matt de la Peña

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While Milo and his sister travel to a detention center to visit their incarcerated mother, he observes strangers on the subway and draws what he imagines their lives to be.
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Dare I say this is even better than Last Stop on Market Street???? Friends, I think it might be. ( )
  LibrarianDest | Jan 3, 2024 |
Oh my goodness. What a book. This pairing did "Last Stop on Market Street" together and I love this book infinitely better. I need to own it. I want to do it in an in person storytime (where the diversity, the beauty, the conversation topics.....all of it can be done with more effect).

The over-arching premise is this: you never can gauge a person solely based on their look. Milo draws his endings for the people on the subway train. BUT what if he is wrong? He discovers he has been wrong about the boy he thought lived the picture perfect life. I won't spoil the true revelation for you but if you get tears in your eyes, I can't say I blame you.

This book promotes conversation. I love that in children's literature. ( )
  msgabbythelibrarian | Jun 11, 2023 |
This book would be good for primary and intermediate grades. This book follows Milo as he is riding on the subway and imagining the lives of all the people around him, but then he imagines his life and realizes that you can't make judgements about people just from looking at them. ( )
  LizzieC21 | Apr 21, 2023 |
Summary: A boy named Milo lives with his grandmother. Milo is an inspiring artist and on his ride to go visit his incarcerated family member he imagines and draws the life of the people he sees on the subway. Milo visits his incarcerated family member once a week with his older sibling.
  Yuping | Nov 30, 2022 |
This book is about how everyone is different and the way we assume that we know them. It is a beautiful story about social commentary. ( )
  cmmartin08 | Jul 13, 2022 |
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