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Jazmin, an African-American teenager who lives with her older sister in a small Harlem apartment in the 1960s, finds strength in writing poetry and keeping a record of the events in her sometimes difficult life.
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|Pagination||102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
|ISBN 10||0141307021, 0803722249|
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Get this from a library! Jazmin's notebook. [Nikki Grimes] -- Jazmin, an Afro-American teenager who lives with her older sister in a small Harlem apartment in the s, finds strength in writing poetry and keeping a record of the events in her sometimes. Title: Jazmin's Notebook Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: January 1, Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group Language: English.
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Covering the course of a year for Jazmin, this book is full of vignettes which capture her life as a fourteen-year-old in Harlem in the 60's. As always, Grimes is a masterful image maker and the poetry that is sprinkled throughout this book is lovely/5(20).
Jazmins Notebook is told by 1st person point of view by the main character named Jazmin who is 14, very smart, loves to write/read poetry, and lives with her older sister Cece. Cece is very protective over her sister and is 6 years older/5. Jazmin's Notebook is a story that is based on the writings of a 14 year old African American girl.
In the story this young girl spends most of her days parked on her apartment stoop. She has a perfect view of her city and all that happens around her. Throughout the pages readers will come to discover that Jazmin's spirit is one that is : Penguin Young Readers Group. Jazmin's Notebook, by Nikki Grimes, is the story of a fourteen-year-old African American girl who lives with her sister CeCe, who is six years older than she is.
Jazmin's parents divorced when she was very young. Covering the course of a year for Jazmin, this book is full of vignettes which capture her life as a fourteen-year-old in Harlem in the 60's.
As always, Grimes is a masterful image maker and the poetry that is sprinkled throughout this book is lovely/5(19). Jazmin has her sights set on college, but meanwhile she keeps her eyes open, noticing all the comings and goings of her s neighborhood from her front stoop.
She records everything in her notebook, including a running commentary on her family, feelings, friendships, hopes, and disappointments. Booksource is the premier trade book distributor to K school classrooms across the country.
We offer discounted pricing, free shipping and unparalleled expertise and customer service. Jazmin's Notebook Jazmin has no baby pictures or memories of birthday parties.
At fourteen, she decides to keep a notebook of all the people she meets and things she does. The notebook would be her "photo album" from that point on. Start studying Jazmin's Notebook. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Jazmin Shelby was "born with clenched fists." But that's okay, because she's got a lot of fighting ahead of her. Her father died, her mother is in the hospital, and all Jazmin has left is her big sister, CeCe. But she's fine because she has her friends, big plans for the future, and a zest for life and laughter that's impossible to age group The Jazmin’s Notebook lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles.
Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, Author: Bookrags.
jazmin's notebook is a free verse novel by Nikki Grimes. With a poem introducing each chapter, this novel features a "young afro-american teenager" expressing her opinion through her notebook (Dean Wilder, A.J.
Boggs and Company ). Readers get an internal view of Jazmin's life and the inspirations for her poetry. About Jazmin’s Notebook Jazmin Shelby was “born with clenched fists”-which is okay, since she’s got a lot of fighting ahead of her. Her dad died a couple of years back, and now that her mom’s in the hospital, it’s just her and her big sister, CeCe.
But that’s fine by Jazmin. Jazmin Shelby was "born with clenched fists"-which is okay, since she's got a lot of fighting ahead of her.
Her dad died a couple of years back, and now that her mom's in the hospital, it's just her and her big sister, CeCe. But that's fine by Jaz. out of 5 stars Little Women Book Club enjoyed Jazmin's Notebook. Reviewed in Canada on Novem I am the director of a book club composed of pre-teen and teen girls.
This was a little book with and full rich text. The main character in the story, Jazmin, is an inspiration to all girls especially those from disadvantaged economic /5(16). Jazmin’s Notebook, a Coretta Scott King Award Honor Book, was the first novel in which I featured a character who’d been in foster The Road to Paris, which came later, this novel didn’t focus on the foster care experience itself, but did illuminate some of the emotional effects of a child impacted by it.
Reviews talked about the book being hard-edged, yet hopeful. There is also hope, for Jazmin's notebook is also a place where she can safely tuck in the dreams she has for a better life.
Spanning less than a year, Jazmin's story unfolds in chronological order and offers readers a realistic story of a young black girl who fervently attempts to cling onto dreams in the face of adversity/5(16). The book Jazmin's notebook, is a book of courage and hope. I really enjoyed the book.
This book is a book once you start reading, you can not put it down because you have so many questions. I suggest you to read this book. Its a good book for teens, although it might be a little bit confusing, but try to stay on task/5(5).
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Her father died, her mother is in the hospital, and all Jazmin has left is her big sister, CeCe. But she's fine because she has her friends, big plans for the future, and a zest for life and laughter that's impossible to resist. Jazmin's Notebook Nikki Grimes, Author, Nancy J.
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Her dad died a couple of years back, and now that her mom's in the hospital, it's just her and her big sister, CeCe. But that's fine by Jazmin. She's got her friends, her school, lots of big plans for.Sitting on her stoop she fills her notebook with laughs, anger, and hope.
There?s the risky lure of?luscious-looking? men and the consequences of free haircuts. This is a fourteen-year-old so-real girl living in Harlem in the ?s,?born with clenched fists?
and big dreams, and strengthened by the love of a steadfast sister.