Josefina Learns a Lesson
Happy Birthda Josefina!
Josefina Saves the Day
Changes for Josefina
by Valerie Tripp
illustrated by Jean-Paul Tibbles
Source: home library
6 of 5 stars
- It is about a young girl, Josefina, that lived in1824.
- Josefina learns that you can hope and dream but things never happen in the exact manner you may want.
- She also learns sometimes you might feel the world should end because of sorrow and sadness but the world will never end in such a way. (This from the first book when she loses someone she loves.)
- All her sisters and her work together to solve their mishaps.
- I like the mishaps and the way they were solved.
- I sort of enjoyed the whining, complaining, and stubbornness of Josefina and her sisters.
- I like this book because of excitement, drama, and more.
- I think this book is neat because it feeles like you're in the story.
- I like to reread it because sometimes it can be like a comfort and can help me through a situation if I go to the right book, in the right chapter, that has the right situation that can help me see the solution to my problem.
- I also enjoyed the way it ended with happiness and love.