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Jumanji

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Madelyn P

on 27 January 2014

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Transcript of Jumanji

Solution
Characters
Problem
When the children play Jumanji, each adventure on the board brings each creatures and events to life and into their home, creating danger and chaos.
Other Information
Message of Jumanji
Jumanji
Peter
Peter is the younger one. He wears glasses and he doesn't want to play Jumanji at first.
More Information
Judy
Judy is the older one. She finds and wins the game.
The message is that life can be challenging and hard sometimes and to always read directions.
The solution was that Judy rolled a six, and then landed of Jumanji, the golden city at the end of the board. Then she yelled Jumanji. When Judy yells Jumanji everything disappears and broken things are made whole.
By Madelyn, Ashley, Spencer, and Christian
Chris van Allsburg wrote Jumanji and all his other books in Providence, Rhode Island.
Pictures from the book
Awards
The Caldecott Medal
Golden Archer Primary Award
Children’s Choice Picture Book Award
Kentucky Bluegrass Award
Boston Globe Horn Book Award
Children’s Choice Book
American Book Award for illustration
New York Times best Illustrated
New York Times outstanding books.

JUMANJI
By: Chris Van Allsburg
Copyright: 1981
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