13: Thirteen Stories That Capture the Agony and Ecstasy of Being Thirteen

13: Thirteen Stories That Capture the Agony and Ecstasy of Being Thirteen

by James Howe (Editor)
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13: Thirteen Stories That Capture the Agony and Ecstasy of Being Thirteen 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think this book shows us an informative view of being thirteen. The way James Howe wrote was absolutely fascinating. Have an author shows this is a breath-taker. the 13 passage about students help us understand the rising action, climax and resolution. It is valuable in our perspectives as well. Some of the teachers would want to prefer student to read this book because the teacher can give you the lesson of what must be done in 8th grade and on our way to high school. This book is a recommendation for middle scholars around the world. 
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has help me get over thing and i thought i was alone with my feeling but i was not and by reading this book i learned that other kid just like every one else are going though the same things i was and it made me feel a lot better You Should deff read this book i dont like to read but this was one but that i really wanted to when my teacher was talking about book that we should be reading because we have to read a book ever mounth and do a review about the book... so when we went into the class and he had a lot of book there that he was going to talk to us about and i thought it was going to be so borning but then he started talking about this book and he read one of the storys in the book and i was thinks wow i was going thought that last week...and then i tought i want to take this book and read it but so did a lot of kids in my grade so i had to wait but i could no i just had to get it so i went to barnes & Nobles and i got it right away and when i had a problem i took the book and did not but it down because it mabe me not feel alone and thats what grate about this book
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you work with preteens or have one, this is definitely a book to share! I read stories with my class that foster discussions about how we treat one another and getting through life! As a 6th grade teacher, this book has helped my classes come together and share with one another! Many of the stories are funny, and all of the stories are realistic (and approachable because they're not 'preachy.') I highly recommend this book to any middle school teacher!