Felita by Nicholasa Mohr Free download ´ 105


Summary Felita by Nicholasa Mohr

Felita by Nicholasa Mohr

O Felita's compelling story has resonance for kids todayAn honest realistic view of an important aspect of contemporary American life The Horn Book. Cute short book Left me wanting

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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. I m using this as part of a curriculum unit I m developing for grad school It provides a good vocabulary for an ELL classroom as well as relevant discussion material It reminds me of the American Girl Doll books the Latina version

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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 ag. I think my students would enjoy reading this book especially my English Language Learners because it is easy to read and is very relatable I think the plot had a lot potential and the events seemed to be oddly suished together but I think student could experience some interesting opportunities to discuss similar feelings of growing up in a community like Felita Saving on my shelf for potential book club books


10 thoughts on “Felita by Nicholasa Mohr

  1. says:

    Gradeinterest level Upper Elementary 3 5Reading level Fountas –Pinnell PLexile 580LGenre Realistic fictionMulticulturalMain Characters Felita and her family her mother father two brothers and AbuelitaSetting Various locations within the urban neighborhoodSummaryThis is the story of young Puerto Rican girl whose family moves to a new neighborhood in hopes of better educational opportunities for Felita and he

  2. says:

    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 Rican her family had to move so

  3. says:

    I'm using this as part of a curriculum unit I'm developing for grad school It provides a good vocabulary for an ELL classroom as well as relevant discussion material It reminds me of the American Girl Doll books the Latina version

  4. says:

    Even though this book is meant for 3rd 5th graders I still enjoyed it very much It was a short and enjoyable read I wish I

  5. says:

    I think my students would enjoy reading this book especially my English Language Learners because it is easy to read and is very relatable I think the plot had a lot potential and the events seemed to be oddly su

  6. says:

    I like it cause it taught me a lesson and it's really good

  7. says:

    Such a sweet poignant novella Felita encounters prejudice poverty and the loss of her abuelita But the love and counsel of Familia keeps her heart strong Much love for this book

  8. says:

    Cute short book Left me wanting

  9. says:

    Alyssa PaganFelita January 31 2012 The main are Felita Mom Dad Tito and Johnny Felita is a nine year old Porto Rican girl Her parents are swe

  10. says:

    Daisy VillanuevaBerkeleyNovember 2 2016#EvenBetterJohnny Johnny ue pasa? What's wrong?Johnny lifted his head His nose was bleeding

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