(Pdf Read) Gone Crazy in Alabama Gaither Sisters #3

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  • Gone Crazy in Alabama Gaither Sisters #3
  • Rita Williams-Garcia
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  • 10 March 2018
  • 9780062215901

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Gone Crazy in Alabama Gaither Sisters #3 review ¹ 103 Crazy Summer and PS Be Eleven will be enjoyed by fans of the first two books as well as by readers meeting these memorable sisters for the first timeReaders who enjoy Christopher Paul Curtis's The Watsons Go to Birmingham and Jacueline Woodson’s Brown Girl Dreaming will find much to love in this book Rita Williams Garcia's books about Delphine Vonetta and Fern can also be read alongside nonfiction explorations of American history such as Jason Reynolds's and Ibram X Kendi's booksEach humorous unforgettable story in this trilogy follows the sisters as they grow up during one of the most tumultuous eras in recent American history the 1960s Read the adventures of eleven year old Delphine and her younger sisters Vonetta and Fern as they visit their ki. Absolutely excellent The Gaither sisters head down south to spend some time with their relatives in Alabama Big Ma and her mother Ma Charles While there the girls learn a lot about their ancestry and the feud going on between Ma Charles and her half sister Miss Trotter The elderly sisters are storytellers which really appeals to Vonetta who ends up carrying bickering messages between the two front porches for nearly the entirety of her time down south When an act of nature sets the whole clan to worrying family ties from all across the nation end up at Big Ma sThough there are bound to be uestions as to whether this book can truly stand on its own considering the 2 previous books featuring this unforgettable trio of sisters this book takes a sharp right turn by focusing on the family history The author gives readers adeuate information about characters appearing in previous novels and previous altercations ie Uncle Darnell s theft of the girls hard earned money This is handled so expertly that I would argue the entire effect for a reader just meeting the Gaither sisters for the first time would come away with the feeling that if they wanted to know about the backstory in depth they could consult the previous books as opposed to it being necessary to have read these books to understand this bookThe author excels at her craft here Every opportunity to invoke the senses is taken The characterization is so fully realized that readers know who is talking without the aid of an identifier at the end of a line of dialogue just based on the way something is phrased or the details chosen to present The setting is so well described and richly imagined that I feel as though I could draw a fairly accurate map of the woods possibly even the state of AlabamaHighly recommended historical fiction read for grades 5 8 یزید readers meeting these memorable sisters for the first timeReaders who enjoy Christopher Paul Curtis's The Watsons Go to Birmingham and Jacueline Woodson’s Brown Girl Dreaming will find much to love in this book Rita Williams Garcia's books about Delphine Vonetta and Fern can also be Berlin FeuerlandRoman eines Aufstands read alongside nonfiction explorations of American history such as Jason Reynolds's and Ibram X Kendi's booksEach humorous unforgettable story in this trilogy follows the sisters as they grow up during one of the most tumultuous eras in The Year's Best Horror Stories 15 recent American history the 1960s Read the adventures of eleven year old Delphine and her younger sisters Vonetta and Fern as they visit their ki. 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Gone Crazy in Alabama Gaither Sisters #3 review ¹ 103 The Coretta Scott King Award–winning Gone Crazy in Alabama by Newbery Honor and New York Times bestselling author Rita Williams Garcia tells the story of the Gaither sisters as they travel from the streets of Brooklyn to the rural South for the summer of a lifetimeDelphine Vonetta and Fern are off to Alabama to visit their grandmother Big Ma and her mother Ma Charles Across the way lives Ma Charles’s half sister Miss Trotter The two half sisters haven’t spoken in years As Delphine hears about her family history she uncovers the surprising truth that’s been keeping the sisters apart But when tragedy strikes Delphine discovers that the bonds of family run deeper than she ever knew possiblePowerful and humorous this companion to the award winning One. Gone Crazy in Alabama is an incredibly gripping story for what it is with wonderful descriptions of Alabama itself and creative characters The Narayanpur Incident rural South for the summer of a lifetimeDelphine Vonetta and Fern are off to Alabama to visit their grandmother Big Ma and her mother Ma Charles Across the way lives Ma Charles’s half sister Miss Trotter The two half sisters haven’t spoken in years As Delphine hears about her family history she uncovers the surprising truth that’s been keeping the sisters apart But when tragedy strikes Delphine discovers that the bonds of family Scarred Experiments with Violence in Gujarat run deeper than she ever knew possiblePowerful and humorous this companion to the award winning One. Gone Crazy in Alabama is an incredibly gripping story for what it is with wonderful descriptions of Alabama itself and creative characters

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Gone Crazy in Alabama Gaither Sisters #3 review ¹ 103 N all over the rapidly changing nation and as they discover that the bonds of family and their own strength run deeper than they ever knew possible“The Gaither sisters are an irresistible trio Williams Garcia excels at conveying defining moments of American society from their point of view” Publishers Weekly  starred reviewCoretta Scott King Award winner ALA Notable Book  School Library Journal Best Book of the Year  Kirkus Reviews Best Book of the Year ALA Booklist Editors’ Choice  Shelf Awareness Best Book of the Year  Washington Post Best Books of the Year  The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books Blue Ribbon Book Three starred reviews CCBC Choice New York Public Library 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing Best Book of the Ye. The story was fun and enjoyable like the previous books in the series However this book really brought to the front something that bothered me about the other books It has bothered me since One Crazy Summer how Delphine is expected to be a mother to her sisters Everyone expects it and she is punished for not doing it If her sisters misbehave Delphine is often the one who is held responsible for their behavior for not keeping them in line It comes to a head here when Vonetta understandably rebels against her control Delphine is 12 she hasn t had the time maturing or modelling necessary to be a good mother Why does it surprise anyone when she isn t a good mother She is 12 for Pete s sake At the end of the book she talks about people showing her mercy when she didn t deserve it That just got to me It s the adults who should be ashamed for not being the adults to these children Delphine in my opinion is the most wronged of all the girls and no one ever acknowledges or validates her as a child Cecile tries to a bit in PS Be 11 but being Cecile she doesn t do in a clear way that Delphine can understand I want to give Delphine a big hug and tell her that none of it is her fault she should never have been put in the situation in the first place