BLUISH A child coming off chemotherapy wins new friends and acceptance from her class in this short, upbeat tale from Hamilton (Second Cousins, 1998, etc.). At first, Dreenie doesn't know what to make of the girl, Natalie, who is in a wheelchair and knit cap, and who is called "Bluish" by the fifth graders not because she's black and Jewish (as Natalie's mother assumes), but because her skin is
Great book I literally love this book. I've read it 4 times and learn something new every time I read it
Hate it Boring
Review: Bluish A must-read for the younger crowd, because everyone has a friend that is different from them.
Review: Bluish Dreenie has opposing feelings about the girl with luekemia and the blue color from school. In the end, she is in remission from lukemia. okay. didn't get into it
Review: Bluish A cute book, but not of the caliber you're used to from Virginia Hamilton.