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Hannah is My Name (edició 2004)
de Belle Yang (Autor), Belle Yang (Il·lustrador)
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Hannah is My Name de Belle Yang
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This story is about an immigrant family learning to adapt into a different culture and society which is great for children ages 4 and up because in school there are many children going through the same situations and I thought the story was great.
This book shares with children the experience of being an immigrant in the United States and the process of becoming a citizen. Very colorful art and a moving and detailed story of the process of becoming and American. Also shows children the journey of adapting to a new school, new language and new community... all children will be able to identify with some aspect of this young girl’s experience.
"Hannah is My Name" is about a young girl and her family that moved from Taiwan to America. The author shows us how a lot of immigrant families feel when coming to America. I love how the author used events to describe what era the book was written in.
This book can provide a better understand of what families can go through if they are immigrants from another country. It describes hardships and includes information about the Chinese Culture and would excellent to read during a social studies lesson.
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A young Chinese girl and her parents emigrate to the United States and try their best to assimilate into their San Francisco neighborhood while anxiously awaiting the arrival of their green cards.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)428 — Language English Standard English usage (Prescriptive linguistics)
LCC (Clas. Bibl. Congrés EUA)
Candlewick Press ha publicat 2 edicions d'aquest llibre.
Edicions: 0763622230, 0763635219
Writing in Hannah’s point of view was a charming touch. By doing so I feel as though we aren’t just reading about her life, we are being taken on her journey. Children also tend to be more honest with their thoughts and emotions and I think Yang really portrayed that.
I like how the time period is left anonymous until she adds the detail of Martin Luther King’s death. It also makes it a more special and genuine story knowing it is based off of the author’s early years in America in the 1960s. Yang’s rich illustrations brought all of the words and emotions to life.
This was a sincere and authentic story of hope, family, and opportunity. ( )