I'm Not Moving!

I m Not Moving Dad says we have to move He has a new job Mom says I ll like my new room Well I m not moving Change isn t easy for young boys and girls And when change means moving to a new school a new house and

  • Title: I'm Not Moving!
  • Author: Wiley Blevins Mattia Cerato
  • ISBN: 9781939656087
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dad says we have to move He has a new job Mom says I ll like my new room Well, I m not moving Change isn t easy for young boys and girls And when change means moving to a new school, a new house, and away from friends, well that can be downright complicated

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      Published :2019-05-26T19:41:51+00:00

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    531 thoughts on “I'm Not Moving!”

    1. A child has to move from her rural home to the big city and she is determined not to like it. She finally does when she realizes that there were be similar things to enjoy in the city.


    2. The book “I'm Not Moving!” by Wiley Blevins is a very cute children’s book. When her father gets a new job, a little girl and her family have to move to the city. The little girl keeps saying she will not go and comes up with imaginative excuses why they cannot move. In the end the little girl realized that moving was not so bad. I thought that “I'm Not Moving!” was a wonderful book that shows kids that things may not be the same when they move but there will be things that they will l [...]


    3. A young girl is adamant that she's not moving until she finds that the city isn't such a bad place to live. Colorful illustrations and a relatable subject make this a great pick for young readers.


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