Everyone is Smart

Arab American National Museum

$ 9.95


Zaina loves school. She works very hard and always tries her best. But when her teacher Ms. Connor assigns a math test, her love for school is put on pause. Math happens to be her least favorite subject. She thinks it is too difficult. Zaina does everything to prepare, and studies long and hard. She is determined to be the best. However, when the day of the test arrives, her mind goes blank. Zaina no longer thinks she can be the best. She feels sad and frustrated until Ms. Connor teaches her an unforgettable lesson. Everyone is Smart introduces young readers to Howard Gardner's eight areas of multiple intelligences. Through this story, children will learn that there are many ways to be smart.

Written by Noor Abdelrahman


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