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An inspirational autobiographical picture book from Oprah Winfrey’s All Time Favorite Guest”  This is the story of a little girl with big dreamsAll the girl ever wanted was an education But in Rhodesia education for girls was nearly impossible So she taught herself to read and write with her brot. Text 3 starsIllustrations 3 starsTrue story of a girl from an African village who pursues an education even though it's uncommon for girls there at the time According to the story she has the support of her entire family the teacher and most of her village The text makes it seem as though she has very few obstacles Dr Trent's life may be an inspiration to others but that is not portrayed effectively in this book Also it feels awkward to read an autobiography written in third person POV

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The Girl Who Buried Her Dreams in a CanThen a second even higher; and a third the highest And she hoped to bring education to all the girls and boys of her villageWould her dreams ever come trueIllustrated with Jan Spivey Gilchrist’s graceful watercolors Dr Tererai Trent’s true story of perseverance is sure to inspire readers of all ag. An inspiring true story

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Download ✓ The Girl Who Buried Her Dreams in a Can È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ An inspirational autobiographical picture book from Oprah Winfrey’s All Time Favorite Guest”  This is the story of a little girl with big dreamsAll the girl ever wanted was aHer’s schoolbooks and to count while watching cattle graze When the girl became a young wife and mother she wrote her goals on a scrap of paper and buried them in a can an ancient ritual that reminded her that she couldn't give up on her dreamsShe dreamed of going to America and earning one degree;. It was good but I found myself wanting Trent's story as written was very linear this happened and then many months later this happened and then many years later this happened There also seemed to be a lot of luck involved the male teacher happens to be okay with educating a girl And how did Trent get her college acceptance letter The book makes it seem like it happened by magic which seems to undermine the focus on hard work and perseverance the book tries to haveI think Tererai Trent's story could be very interesting if only we were allowed to know a little bit of it