5 edition of Just like us found in the catalog.
by Morehouse-Barlow in Wilton, CT
|Statement||Hiawyn Oram ; pictures by Daniel Baird.|
|Contributions||Baird, Daniel, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.O624 Ju 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||88006861|
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So, of course, I concluded that everyone was just like me. Soon enough, I would learn that wasn’t true at all. Yes, much of the population of Chula was Mexican, but we also were home to a mix of other Hispanics and fellow immigrant families, not to mention a few white people—the “salt” sprinkled on the top of the colorful, multicultural Brand: Penguin Publishing Group. Among the summaries and analysis available for Just Like That, there are 1 Short Summary and 1 Book Review. Depending on the study guide provider (SparkNotes, Shmoop, etc.), the resources below will generally offer Just Like That chapter summaries, quotes, and analysis of themes, characters, and symbols.
Just Like Us is a coming-of-age story about girlhood and friendship, as well as the resilience required to transcend poverty. It is also a book about identity—what it means to steal an identity, what it means to have a public identity, what it means to inherit an identity from parents/5().
In Just Like Us, Thorpe follows a small group of Mexican(-American) girls through their last years of high school in the U.S. and into college.
Ostensibly, there are four girls in the focustwo of whom are documented and two of whom are notbut in practical terms, one girl drops off the radar when her path diverges somewhat from that of the other /5. Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America - Kindle edition by Thorpe, Helen.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America/5().
Just Like Us is the LGBT+ charity for young people. Empowering them from the. classroom to their careers. School Diversity Week million people around the country signed up to take part in School Diversity Week see Theresa May's message in support of the week.
We recruit LGBT+ young people aged and partner with prestigious. Just Like Us tells the story of four high school students whose parents entered this country illegally from Mexico.
We meet the girls on the eve of their senior prom in Denver, Colorado. All four of the girls have grown up in the United States, and all four want to live the American dream, but only two have documents/5(24).
Just Like Us Helen Thorpe writes Just Like Us, a story of four Mexican girls growing up in America. Two of the girls, Marisela and Yadira lack the proper documentation needed to be considered legal. Of 3, children’s books published injust were about black people, according to a study by the Cooperative Children’s Book Center at the University of Wisconsin.
As a kid, growing up, there weren’t many black characters in the books I coveted so much. Just Like Us by Helen Thorpe is the story of four Mexican-American girls in the first decade of the twenty-first century as they graduate from high school in Denver, Colorado and move into adulthood.
The girls are from working class families; two of. Taking a page from Adrian LeBlanc’s book, journalist Thorpe spent several years with her subjects—four Mexican girls, two legal, two undocumented. Elissa and Clara have endured many of the problems of immigrant life, including poverty, absent fathers, mounting familial responsibilities and intense pressure to succeed.
Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America Helen Thorpe, Author. Scribner $ (p) ISBN.
After I read this book, I felt like I didn't want to start another book for at least another week, and just spend that week thinking about this book. I liked that this book was not at all cheesy, and it made you really think about the theme, and the deeper meaning of the book/5.
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Helen Thorpe's Just Like Us follows the lives of four young Mexican women in the suburbs of Denver for four years. Two of the women are legal residents and two are undocumented, and Thorpe intelligently and elegantly examines the complex.
Just Like Us tells the story of four high school students whose parents entered this country illegally from Mexico. All four of the girls have grown up in the United States, and all four want to live the American dream, but only two have documents. As the girls attempt to make it into college, they discover that only the legal pair see a clear path forward.
A coming-of-age story. A favorite in classrooms, libraries, and homes, Children Just Like Me is a comprehensive view of international cultures, exploring diverse backgrounds from Argentina to New Zealand to China to Israel. With this brand new edition, children will learn about their peers around the world through engaging photographs and understandable text laid out in DK's Pages: A coming-of-age story about girlhood and friendship, as well as the resilience required to transcend poverty, Just Like Us is also a book about identity.
The girls, their families, and the critics who object to their presence allow the reader to watch one of the most complicated social issues of our times unfurl in a major American city.
Meet the stars of Children Just Like Me, a comprehensive book view of international cultures, exploring diverse backgrounds from Argentina to New Zealand to. Just Like Us is their story. A stunning work of in-depth journalism in the tradition of Random Family, Helen Thorpe's Just Like Us takes us deep into an American subculture -- that of Mexican immigrants -- largely hidden from the mainstream.
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