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Flying lessons & other stories / edited by Ellen ... Read More

Oh, Ellen,(editor.).

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Covington Branch J FLYIN LE (Text) 33126021899103 JFiction Available -
Wm. E. Durr Branch YA FLYIN LE (Text) 33126023099330 YA Fiction Checked out 11/13/2021

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  • ISBN: 9781101934593
  • ISBN: 110193459X
  • ISBN: 9781101934609
  • ISBN: 1101934603
  • Physical Description: x, 218 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Crown Books for Young Readers, [2017]

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How to transform an everyday, ordinary hoop court ... Read More
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From basketball dreams and family fiascoes to ... Read More
Genre: Short stories.

  • School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 2016 November
    Gr 4–6—This anthology, published in partnership with We Need Diverse Books, presents 10 short stories from a stellar list of authors: Kwame Alexander, Matt de la Peña, Jacqueline Woodson, Soman Chainani, Grace Lin, Walter Dean Myers, Tim Federle, Meg Medina, Tim Tingle, and Kelly Baptist. De la Peña's linguistically grooving basketball story will have readers swaying in their seats. Verbal roadblocks are hurled at the protagonist from the street-smart players inside the gym: he's too young, too skinny, too Mexican. His resolve yields multiple life lessons on and off the court. Woodson's haunting "Main Street" follows Celeste, the only girl of color in an all-white New Hampshire town, and her friendship with lifetime resident Treetop. Both are suffering from different losses: Treetop's mother has recently passed away, and Celeste isn't accepted in her new home. Their warm connection soothes their mutual pain and promises to last even after Celeste and her mother decide to return to familiar and welcoming New York. Each tale offers realistic and fully developed characters with whom a wide range of readers will identify. VERDICT Inclusive, authentic, and eminently readable, this collection of short stories is an excellent addition for libraries and classrooms.—Diane McCabe, John Muir Elementary, Santa Monica, CA. Copyright 2016 School Library Journal.

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