Geraldo, Chapter 6


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Geraldo is a philosophical novel, targeted at 9-10 year olds. The novel speaks directly to children who are learning to read, as well as children learning English as a second language. The work attempts to focus on reasoning skills embedded in language as well as on philosophical themes that arise when a child is learning to read a second language.
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