A Drop of Hope




      A Drop of Hope
A well A wish And a little drop of hope Times are tough Jobs are scarce and miracles are in short supply But something strange is happening in If Only, Ohio An old well has suddenly, impossibly, begun to grant wishes And three sixth graders are the only ones who know why Ernest Wilmette believes a good deed makes magic happen Ryan Hardy thinks they should just mind their own business Lizzy MacComber believes in facts, not fairy tales Of course, you don t have to believe in wishes to make one As wishes are made, the well s true secret gets harder and harder to keep Ernest, Ryan, and Lizzy know they can t fix the world But in their own little corner of it, they can give everyone a little hope one wish at a time. Read A Drop of Hope – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • A Drop of Hope
  • Keith Calabrese
  • English
  • 02 July 2017
  • 1338233203

10 thoughts on “ A Drop of Hope

  1. Richie Partington says:

    Richie s Picks A DROP OF HOPE by Keith Calabrese, Scholastic Press, February 2019, 320p., ISBN 978 1 338 23320 9 You may say I m a dreamerBut I m not the only one John Lennon Thompkins Well Ernest said We re inside Thompkins Well Yeah, I think so Ryan picked up one of the coins Explains all the change Some of these are pretty old Hello A voice echoed around them it seemed to come from the well itself,Ryan and Ernest froze, Ryan Ernest whispered, but his voice quivering u Richie s Picks A DROP OF HOPE by Keith Calabrese, Scholastic Press, February 2019, 320p., ISBN 978 1 338 23320 9 You may say I m a dreamerBut I m not the only one John Lennon Thompkins Well Ernest sa...

  2. Alex Johnson says:

    This book feels like your quintessential middle grade novel characters who are a little trope y and who learn about the power of friendship But where this book really shone was how all the events and side characters became interwoven into a whole story Calabrese does a great job at even handedly exploring the main characters lives, progressing the overarching plot, and giving snapshots of other characters lives.What really sold me on the book was the theme of kindness and goodness Instead o This book feels like your quintessential middle grade novel characters who are a little trope y and who learn about the power of friendship But where this book really shone was how all the events and side characters became interwoven into a whole story Calabre...

  3. Shane Harcombe says:

    4.5 stars This is a very sweet book that explores life in small town America, the emotional needs of kids and the power of hope At times it was reminiscent of Wonder, both in the sweet tone and the multiple perspectives the story is told from.Ryan, Ernest and Lizzie are the 3 main characters, but we also hear from other points of view Unlike Wonder, we chop and change these points of view a little too often for my liking We only stay with one character and story line for a page or two before 4.5 stars This is a very sweet book that explores life in small town America, the emotional needs of kids and the power of hope At times it was reminiscent of Wonder, both in the sweet tone and the multiple perspectives the story is told from.Ryan, Ernest and Lizzie are the 3 main characters, but we also hear from other points of view Unlike Wonder, we chop and change these points of view a little too often for my liking We only stay with one character and story line for a page or two before shifting.Tommy s story got to me, it saddens me that his story is real life for some children Abusive, neglectful parents, effectively looking after himself from 6 years old, becoming the school bully When everyone expects the worst from you, sooner or later you give it to them Tell you what, though, these middle grade novels make being ...

  4. Sandra Stiles says:

    I Received an ARC from the author to facilitate my review The opinions expressed here are my own.Whenever I approach a new book to review for middle grade students and my shelves at school I look at it through two different lenses The first is that of a middle school teacher Is this something that I would recommend to my fellow teachers Is it a book I would recommend to my students and put on my shelves Most importantly, is this a book that I can talk about with students because the message I Received an ARC from the author to facilitate my review The opinions expressed here are my own.Whenever I approach a new book to review for middle grade students and my shelves at school I look at it through two different lenses The first is that of a middle school teacher Is this something that I would recommend to my fellow teachers Is it a book I would recommend to my students and put on my shelves Most importantly, is this a book that I can talk about with students because the message within is important The second lens I look through is that of a grandparent Is this a book t...

  5. Lynn says:

    Read on the trip home from ALA and this held my interest through flight cancellations, last minute scrambles for alternatives, terrible weather, delays and discomfort which says a lot for the book Really charming with a deeply interconnected set of circumstances Magic or coincidence, human purpose or chance Definitely intricate with a large cast of characters and a convoluted but fascinating set of events, this will take a good reader with a bit of patience who is looking for something a bi Read on the trip home from ALA and this held my interest through flight cancellations, last minute scrambles for alternatives, terrible weather, delays and discomfort which says a lot for the book Really charming with a deeply intercon...

  6. Laura says:

    I m a little tired of the rich kid who isn t liked because he s both rich and weird trope, and this book has that The coincidences that lead to the town s change, where hope is somehow spread via presents that go awry, are a little much but also make some sense What bothered mewas a teach...

  7. Karen Gedeon says:

    Many characters interwoven with hope Grades 4 6.

  8. Melanie says:

    What a surprise find this book was I got it from our library but will be buying it for a re read sometime soon I love middle grade novels and use the excuse of pre screening them for my daughter to read as many as I can Upon finishing, I instantly handed this one to my girl, and hope she likes it as much as I did Books, stories, they can change the world This one is just so wonderful It follows three main characters and then a ton of side characters, all with secret hopes, dreams and suffe What a surprise find this book ...

  9. April C G says:

    A true feel good family read Loved it

  10. Mary Lee says:

    Yes, it s both fantasy and realistic fiction Love the way the stories are interwoven, and the short chapters that move forward and backward in time Lots of characters, lots of story lines to keep track of Great for read aloud.Two quotes, Stories bind us together ...

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