A Drop of Hope



A Drop of Hope A book that reminds us of the kindness we are all capable of Gary D Schmidt, Newbery Honor winner and author of Okay For Now 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. New Read eBook A Drop of Hope by Keith Calabrese – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • A Drop of Hope
  • Keith Calabrese
  • English
  • 23 September 2018
  • 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 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 urgently The well is haunted No, it s not, Ryan said with less certainty than he d hoped to muster Um, this is Winston, the voice echoed again Ernest whimpered Ryan, the ghost is named Winston Ernest, shut up, Ryan snapped.The mystery voice kept talking Apparently it couldn t hear them This is silly, I know But I heard your story in school today, about how you granted a wish to an old...

  2. Karen Gedeon says:

    Many characters interwoven with hope Grades 4 6.

  3. Susan says:

    Thank you to scholasticinc and kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book All opinions are my own All the stars for this unforgettable MG book This heart print story reminds us that the small kindnesses we encounter everyday make our lives worth living You ll also read about friendship and caring teachers, as you begin to understand the struggles and repercussions suffered by...

  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 m...

  5. Ms. Yingling says:

    E ARC from Edelweiss PlusTimes are tough for many of the students at Rod Serling Middle School in Cliffs Donnelly, Ohio Ernest, whose father runs a local parts factory, has just lost his grandfather and needs to clean out his attic Ryan s father, who works at the factory, watches too much television news and makes sure that Ryan does lots of work mowing other people s yards for money, even though Ryan insists on mowing for one elderly lady for free Lizzy s father has left, and her single moth E ARC from Edelweiss PlusTimes are tough for many of the students at Rod Serling Middle School in Cliffs Donnelly, Ohio Ernest, whose father runs a local parts factory, has just lost his grandfather and needs to clean out his attic Ryan s father, who works at the factory, watches too much television news and makes sure that Ryan does lots of work mowing other people s yards for money, even though Ryan insists on mowing for one elderly lady for free Lizzy s father has left, and her single mother works long shifts at the hospital, leaving Lizzy in the acre of an aunt and cousins who think she needs a makeover Tommy s brother went to the military and left behind his tools, which Tommy takes to school to hide so his father doesn t sell them Win...

  6. Tara says:

    This is an upbeat, mostly fun as you might suspect from the title book that looks at a community through several middle schoolers experiences The story is well told and easy to follow I kept wondering, as I read it, how the author slipped in scenes from peripheral characters that enhanced the plot without disrupting the flow of the narrative or the connection with the main characters, then I read the author description on the back cover and found out that he is a screenwriter so no wonder t This is an upbeat, mostly fun as you might suspect fro...

  7. 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, de...

  8. Amber says:

    I loved this book and found it so fascinating to see the consequences of one small action and what it could lead to This would be a great family read aloud, classroom read aloud for grades 4 and up or a small group reading b...

  9. Lynn Fullerton says:

    I really liked this one It is written similarly to Because of Mr Terupt with many characters sharing different parts of the story My negatives would be I had forgotten how some of the stories intertwined by the end, and some of the characters are stock characters It be an interestin...

  10. Carolyn Stover says:

    Three 6th graders, Ernest, Ryan and Lizzy know they can t fix everything but what they can do is give some a drop of hope with the help of a legendary magic well and some very old toys from Ernest s grandfather I think the relationships between the kids and within families were pretty realistic.

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