Felita

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Children"s literature, Conflict management, Felita, Mohr, Nicholasa, New York, Puerto Ricans, Study and teaching (Elementary), United S
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ISBN 100789128071
ISBN 139780789128072
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I think this book was a great and sad book because it tells u about racesism and how people treat other races. This book teaches you how people used to judge you for the race you were and since felita was Puerto Felita book her family had to move so they moved to a block that had no Puerto Ricans and one day she was playing with some girls and their parents yelled at /5.

Fortunately, Felita's grandmother, Abuelita, is there to listen to everything her granddaughter has to say and to offer advice.

But when Abuelita becomes ill, it's Felita who must find the courage to continue on. The book's an excellent follow-up to the slightly similar, "My Name is Maria Isabel"/5(9). Only Abuelita, her grandmother, understands how much Felita will miss her old block, and her best friend Gigi.

But her new neighbors aren't nice at all. They taunt and tease Felita because her family is from Puerto Rico. When Felita's parents finally decide to move back to their old block, Felita is thrilled. When Felita's parents decide to move to a new neighborhood for a better future, she becomes worried about missing her best friend.

After the move, people in the new neighborhood start teasing Felita for being different from them. But her new neighbors taunt and tease Felita and her family because they are from Puerto Rico.

First published twenty years ago, Felita's compelling story has resonance for kids today. "An honest, realistic view of an important aspect of contemporary American life." —The Horn BookBrand: Penguin Young Readers Group. Felita is about a girl named of Felita of course who has moved to a different neigborhood.

She is talked about and gets beat up by some of the girls who live around her. I recomend this ook to girs only because the main Felita book is a book helps people understand that nobody can have a perfect life and you just have to deal with 4/5(4).

FELITA by: Nicholasa Mohr. Felita is a book written on a fourth or fifth grade level.

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It is easy, relaxing reading for any young adolescent looking for a good book covering friendships, cultures, and family values. Felita is an 8 year old religious, Puerto Rican girl that lives in a neighborhood surrounded by many friends that she soon has to depart from; but, not by her choice.

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Felita's parents promise she will love their new neighborhood. Only Abuelita, her grandmother, understands how much Felita will miss her old block, and her best friend Gigi. But her new neighbors taunt and tease Felita and her family because they are from Puerto Rico.

First published twenty years ago, Felita's compelling story has resonance for kids s: 1. But her new neighbors taunt and tease Felita and her family because they are from Puerto Rico. First published twenty years ago, Felita’s compelling story has resonance for kids today.

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“An honest, realistic view of an important aspect of contemporary American life.” —The Horn Book. This begins with the Maldonado family preparing to move despite Felita's and her brothers' reluctance to leave their friends. The parents want the new, ""better"" neighborhood and public school for their kids, but before long the family has moved back, driven out by taunts, a beating, and harassment from the new neighbors who don't want any ""spicks"" moving in.

Felita's first. Felita moves with her close-knit Puerto Rican family to a new neighborhood in New York City; in the second book, Felita's visit to Puerto Rico is full of surprises.

Ages ; (Sept.). Felita by Mohr, Nicholasa and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Free Felita study unit worksheets for teachers to print. Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and projects, tests, and much more.

Get this from a library. Felita. [Nicholasa Mohr; Ray Cruz] -- The everyday experiences of an eight-year-old Puerto Rican girl growing up in a close-knit, urban community. Felita. [Nicholasa Mohr; Ray Cruz] -- The everyday experiences of an eight-year-old Puerto Rican girl growing up in a close-knit, urban community.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nicholasa Mohr; Ray Cruz. Find more information about: ISBN:   Felita introduces the reader to a strong and loving Puerto Rican family living in New York.

The characters are well-developed and interesting. The plot is interesting enough to engage young readers. The book is recommended for childrenbut I feel it is more appropriate for children comfortable with chapter : Sign in to like videos, comment, and subscribe.

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2 Resources. Add to Reading List Share this Book. About Going Home. In this sequel to Felita, Felita’s going to Puerto Rico. It’s like a dream to her, although she’ll miss her friends.

But Felita’s summer isn’t at all what she expected. Her uncle’s small village is boring, and none of the girls wants to be friends with an outsider. Felita desperately wants to go home.

Felita spends her summer in Puerto Rico, where she struggles to fit in. By the time summer has ended, Felita is beginning to feel at home with herself and her Puerto Rican heritage.

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The Norton Book of Nature Writing By John Elder and Robert Finch $ Warning: Use of undefined constant s. Felita's new neighbors tease her because she is from Puerto Rico--and soon, the young girl begins to miss her friends back home. Although the first edition was published 20 years ago, this reissue is sure to strike chords with youngsters of today.

But her new neighbors taunt and tease Felita and her family because they are from Puerto Rico. First published twenty years ago, Felita's compelling story has resonance for kids today. "An honest, realistic view of an important aspect of contemporary American life." -- The Horn Book.

Felita View larger image. By: Nicholasa Mohr. Sign Up Now! Already a Member? Log In You must be logged into Bookshare to access this title. Learn about membership options, or view our freely available titles. Synopsis Book Quality. See open book quality issues Author: Nicholasa Mohr.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.But Felita's summer isn't at all what she expected.

Her uncle's small village is boring, and none of the girls wants to be friends with an outsider. Felita desperately wants to go home. But she gradually finds a way to fit in, and by summer's end, Felita knows she will miss her new friends and her homeland.