[Hardcover Book] Ï Yo tuve un sueño EPUB BY Juan Pablo Villalobos Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free


Elves It wrenched my heart that of them were trying to Escape The Violence Of the violence of countries but the they encountered on the trip to reunite with their families crossing borders and rivers staying in cramped trailers o A very powerful read I read this for the Mock Printz Awards iscussion for work and I m glad I id Although the writing was simple and straightforward I like it because it idn t need anything special to tell these teens stories The stories tell of why and how they got to the US as well as what it was like waiting to get back to their families who lived there I also liked how a few people s stories were told at ifferent places in the book I wish it Had A Little Of That But I Still Liked What a little of that but I still liked what read The Other Side Stories of Central American Teen Refugees Who Dream of Crossing the Border by Juan Pablo Villalobos translated by Rosalind Harvey came to my attention after it made the shortlist of two for this year s Kirkus Award for Young People s Literature It s a harrowing series of short vignettes about unaccompanied teenage refugees from Central America trying to cross into the US Though written as if fictitious these are act Based on interviews conducted in 2016 The Other Side is a non fiction collection of accounts from minors who crossed the US Mexico border It is moving eye opening thought provoking and very timely given how much conditions have worsened since 2016 I think this exactly what YA non fiction should o opening relatable views into Alhambra different experiences and starting conversations This includes stories from young people of various ages from severalifferent Central American countries We see the realities of what many of them are running from as refugees harrowing journey to the border and mixed experiences uring and after crossing It is well worth readingHowever I o wish this was longer and included a little iscussion and context At only 160 pages it is uite brief and feels less substantial than I would like However the short length and easy reading narrative might make this ideal for classroom instruction I received an advance review copy of this book from the publisher All opinions are my own This wasn t bad but I feel as if the stories were too short to make me feel much for them and I think some emotions got lost in translation Thanks to Fierce Reads for the advanced reader s copyThis is one of the uickest books I ve read all year including graphic novels It s not even 150 pages and all the short stories are 5 10 pages so it really flies by I really liked heari. T in a frigid holding cell a boy in Chicago beginning to craft his future while piecing together his past in El Salvador and cousins learning to lift each other up through angry waters offer a rare and invaluable window into the US–Central American refugee crisisIn turns optimistic and heartbreaking The Other Side balances the boundless hope at the center of immigration with the weight of its risks and repercussions Here is a necessary read for young people on both sides of the iss. Yo tuve un sueñoA uick and heartbreaking read The Other Side is a short nonfiction book aimed at young adults about the experiences of Central book aimed at young adults about the experiences of Central teens and their journey to America Most of the stories are 5 10 pages each and escribe several ifferent scenarios surrounding their migration to the US including their reasons for migrating the perils of the journey and the misery of ICE custody Now I m Going to Sleep for a Bit is about a Honduran girl s encounter in the icebox the prison like enclosures where migrants are placed after they are captured by Border Patrol It Was Like Cotton But When I Touched It It Was Just Ice is about a young boy s experience in a tender home shelter for unaccompanied minors and La Cabuya is one girl s terrifying account of crossing a freezing river to get to the other side of the border A note in the beginning states that the interviews for this book were compiled in 2014 however the format of this book are first person accounts There is also an update in the back of the book that gives the current whereabouts of all of the teens interviewed Overall I think this is a very necessary and timely book particularly in today s political circumstances I think that teens would relate well to the accounts in this book and better understand much of the hype that surrounds this issue I was given this book to read by my principal to help understand some of the things students have gone through or their parents have gone through at our school The book is exactly what it is says it is Stories of Central American Teen Refugees who have successfully crossed the border and are now living with their family in America Each story is inspired by interviews gathered from the author and the author considers it nonfiction although things have been changed to protect identitiesIt s a good book The stories feel real because they are real You get a feeling for the way these children have suffered but importantly you get a feeling for a way these children have overcome The only negative here is in structure which is common for collected stories South America is a big place with a variety of problems This book is very good at turning those big place problems to small people problems and it is to the books credit it oes this at the expense of a BIG PICTURE IT IS A SMALL THAT COULD picture It is a small book that could been improved by organization Get 5 stories from kids escaping Honduras put those one after another Get 5 stories from kids escaping Guatemala put them one after another Get 5 stories about kids experiencing The Freezer at the bor. Award winning Mexican author Juan Pablo Villalobos explores illegal immigration with this emotionally raw and timely nonfiction book about ten Central American teens and their journeys to the United StatesYou can't really tell what time it is when you're in the freezerEvery year thousands of migrant children and teens cross the US Mexico border The journey is treacherous and sometimes The Spill deadly but worth the risk for migrants who are escaping gang violence and poverty in their home coun. Der put them together This book is a collection of snapshots and after reading it I find myself wishing for picturesIt s short it s purposeful it s powerful but it reuires a companion piece ofeeper reading to be satisfying Final score 810 This one is a 35 for me and I was mesmerized by the accounts of 11 Pandoras Planet different teens who areesperate to cross the border between Mexico and the United States All of them are from Central America and are fleeing their homelands for various reasons often United States All of them are from Central America and they are their homelands for various reasons often to poverty violence and gangs who have taken over once safe neighborhoods Based on interviews the author conducted in New York and Los Angeles the voices of the adolescents who are seeking shelter and risking all for what they think will be a better life are heartbreaking There are some common themes and experiences Is It Bedtime Wibbly Pig? described here being taken advantage ofreaming of a better future the horrors of being How To Win At Casino Gambling detained and kept in what isescribed as a freezer but is simply a holding tank with temperatures Training the Help (Hedon Falls dialedown not knowing whom to trust but sometimes being able to When Not to Build depend on the kindness of strangers There are stark matter of fact accounts of traveling in overcrowded vehicles and not knowing the ultimateestination of females trying to fend off unwanted advances as well as stories of travelers completely unprepared for the journey and what lies ahead of them Each story is introduced with a title rawn from one of the interviewee s comments and all are uite short There is some hope for the future since all of these travelers have made it safely to a new home and are settling in even while needing to keep their status a secret While I might have liked to know about each of the individuals whose stories are told here having so many stories offered allows readers to raw their own conclusions and consider the courage and possible foolhardiness it must allows readers to Hello Bravo ! - Activity Book draw their own conclusions and consider the courage and possible foolhardiness it must taken to leave all that was familiar behind For those looking for faces behind the news headlines on this particular crisis at the nation s southern border this bookoes an admirable job of humanizing the issue Back matter includes resources on this topic and a brief explanation of what happened to the storytellers all of whom have had their identities An Eye for an Eye disguised in the book Reviewing for professional magazine see it in SLJ In the audiobook it wasifficult to tell when one story ended and another started except for the change in narrator Since it is nonfiction I think every attempt was made to keep the narrative simple and unadorned And these teens spoke out for thems. Tries And for those refugees who Still Side by Side do succeed They face an immigration process that is as winding and multi tiered as the journey that brought them hereIn this book award winning Mexican author Juan Pablo Villalobos strings together theiverse experiences of eleven real migrant teenagers offering readers a beginning road map to issues facing the region These timely accounts of courage sacrifice and survival including two fourteen year old girls forming a tenuous friendship as they wai.


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    [Hardcover Book] Ï Yo tuve un sueño EPUB BY Juan Pablo Villalobos Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Based on interviews conducted in 2016 The Other Side is a non fiction collection of accounts from minors who crossed the US Mexico border It is moving eye opening thought provoking and very timely given how much

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    [Hardcover Book] Ï Yo tuve un sueño EPUB BY Juan Pablo Villalobos Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free A very powerful read I read this for the Mock Printz Awards discussion for work and I’m glad I did Although the writing was simple and straightforward I like it because it didn’t need anything special to tell these teens’ stories The stories tell of why and how they got to the US as well as what it was like waiting to get back to their families who lived there I also liked how a few people’s stories were told at different places in

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    [Hardcover Book] Ï Yo tuve un sueño EPUB BY Juan Pablo Villalobos Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free This one is a 35 for me and I was mesmerized by the accounts of 11 different teens who are desperate to cross the border between Mexico and the United States All of them are from Central America and they are fleeing their homelands for various reasons often related to poverty violence and gangs who have taken over once safe neighborhoods Based on interviews the author conducted in New York and Los Angeles the voices of

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    [Hardcover Book] Ï Yo tuve un sueño EPUB BY Juan Pablo Villalobos Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free I was given this book to read by my principal to help understand some of the things students have gone through or their parents have gone through at our school The book is exactly what it is says it is Stories of Central American Teen Refugees

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