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Between These Pages | Thorough Content Reviews: Find out what's really happening inside your child's books. Between These Pages Thorough Content Reviews: Find out what's really happening inside your child's books. Skip to content Home About Disclaimers and Whatnot Harry Potter Homework Help ← Older posts May… Posted on May 7, 2016 by Mrs.N Usually May is reserved for miscellany. Any books that I didn’t quite finish in time for their monthly post, things that didn’t quite match up with their intended theme and of course, things I’d been dying to read and review even though they didn’t fit any of my plans, they all found a home here. But this month I am promising nothing. I am expecting a baby in June, but this past week (way too far before his due date) he sent me to the hospital for a little excitement. Meaning, I need to take it easy. I am very much not skilled in this category. Taking it easy when I have things to do makes my skin crawl. I wish very much that I could use this enforced quiet to read, read, read, but my mind races and writes up to do lists that I have to other people execute for me and I cannot force it to focus on a page. So, hopefully, I’ll get a few things done, and read a bit and spend zero additional time in the hospital before the baby is actually supposed to come. But I’m in no position to deliver any type of promises. Begging forgiveness and hoping that you’ll all fill me in on the wonderful things you are reading so that I can at least live vicariously! Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment Rickshaw Girl Posted on April 18, 2016 by Mrs.N Rickshaw Girl by Mitali Perkins When I first read Rickshaw Girl years ago, I loved it for the message it sent: that there is something intrinsically valuable in being a girl and that it is possible for girls to achieve their dreams even in situations where it may not seem possible. It is set in Bangladesh, at a time when girls are only afforded limited education and have nearly no options when it comes to earning money and helping their families financially. Naima and her sister are always aware of their families delicate monetary situation and sadly, Naima overhears her mother wish that one of her daughters had been born a son. Frustrated at her inability to contribute, Naima is determined to find a way to help. She knows that in some places women can do more, achieve more and she wants this for herself. She is not successful until she draws on her own talents and is able to be herself. Surprisingly enough, she learns that there are women close to home who have ability, ambition and the desire to help other girls find a way to succeed. Clearly I’m not the only one who sees the value in this slim volume, because it’s currently slated to be made into a movie! I can only hope that it’s done well because I imagine it will be greatly enjoyed by audiences. Age Recommendation: This is one of those elusive beginning chapter books, perfect for readers who are transitioning to something a little longer. Unlike many other shorter texts, it’s packed with positivity, depth and characters that will broaden readers understanding of the world. I think it could be enjoyed by anyone old enough to read it and although it is short, it would make an excellent choice for even upper elementary readers. Sex, Nudity, Dating – None. Profanity – None. Death, Violence and Gore – None. Drugs, Alcohol and Smoking – None. Frightening or Intense Things – None. Posted in Primary Grades | Tagged bangladesh, beginning chapter book, muslim, poc, south asian | Leave a comment Honor Girl Posted on April 7, 2016 by Mrs.N Honor Girl: A Graphic Memoir by Maggie Thrash Maggie Thrash is not afraid to bring on the awkward in her graphic memoir, Honor Girl. There is so much angst here, as there should be when you have a fifteen year old girl struggling through her first non-Backstreet Boy crush, who also just happens female. And a counselor at her camp. Generally speaking all you need is camp+crush to achieve a good palm-sweat level of nervousness and stomach churning, but this really upped the ante. Maggie is away at the same camp she has always gone to. And that her mother attended before her. And her mother before that. It is all girls and heavy on tradition. Maggie finds herself crushing on a counselor on the camp, a situation that she is certain will be frowned upon. When a fellow camper discovers her secret, she and Maggie strike up a friendship born of secrets. This new friendship sparks its own set of rumors, causing Maggie some problems, but the biggest troublemakers for her are the girls who surrounded her shooting rival, Libby. Libby’s always been the best shot at camp, but Maggie’s need to escape her thoughts has led her to excel, rising even above Libby. Libby’s friends take mean-girl bullying to the next level, making things physical at times. I love the way friendships are shown in Honor Girl. The way a situational friendship, one that has occurred because of a shared situation, or secret information, can blossom and almost supplant those that were in place prior. It’s so very real the way you can be caught up with someone and end up telling them things that you wouldn’t tell people who are closer friends. That whirlwind is captured perfectly here. A myriad of reactions to Maggie’s sexual orientation are shown in Honor Girl. From complete blasé acceptance, to good-natured teasing, to disbelief, brushing it off, requiring she keep her feelings hidden and of course, the old “you can change”, it shows a full range of reactions that a teen might face. Having so many different attitudes shown is great. I also appreciated that a counselor spoke to Maggie frankly about statutory rape and its potential consequences. This is so often glossed over in books. Teens are routinely shown as engaging in relationships that fall in this category and yet it is never brought up. But it’s a real thing and in Maggie’s case, where people’s reaction to the sexual orientation of the people involved might be negative, there is possibly even a greater chance of adult involvement in the case and a desire to prosecute. Framed in a flashback that allows Maggie to give you the final outcome of her summer of realizations and longing, Honor Girl will strike a chord with all readers who have felt the bittersweet pull of summer love and the deep longing that it will be requited. Age Recommendation: Grades 9+ due to language and because it features a high school student. But I would be happy to hand this to an 8th grader who was interested and would advocate making it available to anyone over Grade 6 who may have feelings for people of their own gender. Sex, Nudity, Dating – a “sex quiz” is passed around in which campers record what base they’ve gotten to and who they’d like to lose their virginity to. There’s a joke that a camper is a sexual prisoner. There’s discussion of mooning people. Naked butts are shown. Campers discuss which boy is the cutest. Someone has see... Similar Website

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