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  • Paperback
  • 176
  • Shattered Stories of Children and War
  • Jennifer Armstrong
  • English
  • 08 February 2019
  • 9780440237655

10 thoughts on “Shattered Stories of Children and War

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    Name Kim DenikerAPA Citation Armstrong J 2002 Shattered Stories of children and war New York Dell Laurel LeafGenre Short StoriesLiterary Prizes and Awards include Book Links 312004; Publisher’s Weekly 1212002; Booklist 12152001; School Library Journal 112002; Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books 512002; Teacher Librarian 412003; Horn Book 512002; Wilson's Junior High School 192010; Wilson's Senior High School 10302003 an

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    I've said it once and I'll say it again there are simply just not enough people who care about people people living every d

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    I really wanted to like this but the stories were so badly written I had a very hard time getting into any of them because I had no id

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    A collection of stories involving various different cultures and war time periods Some have potential to spark middle school discussions relat

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    War doesn't care Man woman or child; innocent or guilty War affects effects everyone and no one comes out better These stories focus on kids and their experiences and at least one of them had me struggling to turn the page My only wish is that each story was longer

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    A diverse collection of short stories about war and the effects and interpretations kids pull from current events of their time period Between what parents think is best for their children's safety and best for their beliefs childre

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    I read this for our book club this month I started reading another one and just couldn't handle it This one grabbed me from the first page Each story is about children and how they face an aspect of war Running a long the bottom of each page

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    This book wasn't uite what I expected but it was interesting to read Instead of taking the dramatic stance of all the stories having

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    Lots of different stories about war told from a variety of perspectives Some of the authors are writing from id

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    They are not children any but their recollections are vivid However there is a lot out there to read now and I think this will not be one that sticks out in my mind as poignant as each testimony is Sad to say with this genre that a great many people also have conned the public in this wave of publishing I'm not saying these people havebut one has to be wary of the sources

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Shattered Stories of Children and War

Euences of this thing called war This collection examines all of war’s implications for young people from those caught in the line of fire to the children of the veterans of wars long pastCritically acclaimed author Jennifer Armstrong brings together powerful voices in young people's literature to explore the. War doesn t care Man woman or child innocent or guilty War affects effects everyone and no one comes out better These stories focus on kids and their experiences and at least one of them had me struggling to turn the page My only wish is that each story was longer

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Realities of war from a child's perspective The settings vary widely the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan an attempted coup in Venezuela the American Civil War crisis in the Middle East but the effects are largely the same In war no life is ever left untouched In war lives are shattered From the Hardcover editio. Lots of different stories about war told from a variety of perspectives Some of the authors are writing from ideas they got from family that experiences these wars They don t all have happy endings but they do a great job of showing perspective The author wanted to do this book because she says that people avoid talking about war with children but even though they won t talk about it it still affects children in a serious way Icebergs perspective The settings vary widely the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan an attempted coup in Venezuela the American Civil War crisis in the Middle East but the effects are largely the same In war no life is ever left untouched In war lives are shattered From the Hardcover editio. Lots of different stories about war told from a variety of The Line perspectives Some of the authors are writing from ideas they got from family that experiences these wars They don t all have happy endings but they do a great job of showing Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy perspective The author wanted to do this book because she says that Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya people avoid talking about war with children but even though they won t talk about it it still affects children in a serious way

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Of Children PDFEPUB #193 As bullets ring and bombs are dropped children watch mostly from the sidelines but occasionally Shattered Stories PDF in the direct line of fire Unaware of the political issues or power struggles behind Stories of Children MOBI #9734 the battle all they know are the human emotional cons. I really wanted to like this but the stories were so badly written I had a very hard time getting into any of them because I had no idea what was really going on The writer should have written a little history on the person before each story like how old they werewhere they live and what war was going on


About the Author: Jennifer Armstrong

of Children PDF/EPUB Á Jennifer Armstrong learned to read and write in Switzerland in a small school for Shattered Stories PDF \ English speaking children on the shores of Lake Zurich The school library had no librarian Stories of Children MOBI ☆ and no catalog – just shelves of interesting books She selected books on her own read what she could and made up the rest It was perfect As a result she made her career choice – to become an author – in first grade Whe.