Hush

Hush

by Jacqueline Woodson
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Hush 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book Hush it is a book that teens can relate to without getting tired of reading it every chapter makes you want to read more and more I will keep in touch with her books because they all have a meaning to them that I can never forget.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had to read this in school and i was in a book group so I was only allowed to read a certain number of chapters at a time but i wanted to keep reading, I could not stop! Read it! By Ever
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It suspenceful book that you should read. It teaches you a different piont of view. That you never seen
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Book title and author: Hush, Jacqueline Woodson Title of review: 8th Grade, Ritchie County Middle School; great book Number of stars (1 to 5): Introduction Jacqueline Woodson yet again shows of her brilliance in her book entitled Hush. Woodson creates a reality of the Green family's troubles and dilemmas. Description and summary of main points Toswiah Green has her whole world flipped upside down when her father chooses to testify against a fellow policeman. Toswiah and her family are forced to change their identity, but this is the least of her problems. The Greens were forced to keep quiet about everything going on in their lives. Evaluation I love how the book was such an unusual situation. The majority of the book was unexpected. Conclusion Woodson produces an amazing piece of work. Your final review This book was very touching. I definitely recommend this book, and this author.
otulissa More than 1 year ago
this book is good for younger readers. I personally found it a bit dull when comapred to the other books I've read and felt it could use deeper characters. The main character is likable and you do feel sorry for her as she wacthed her family fall apart.
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This was an outstanding book. I read it from the library. I could not even return it. I think that it is important for young people and has a great moral to it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Can you imagine having to change your whole life? Loose your best friend, your home and everything you love? Well that¿s what happened to Toswiah, a twelve-year-old girl who had the ¿typical¿ life of a teen. In this fictional story Toswiah and her family had to move because her father was a witness in a crime. This whole thing turned into a racial issue. Their lives started to be in danger because some people didn¿t want her father to tell the truth about the crime. The family had to move and change their identities, but this was just the beginning of their new life and they also changed their personalities and their actions because of the hard situation they went through. Toswiah¿s father spends most of his time looking out the window, her mom has found a new religion that she is so involved in, and her sister is making some sort of plan to get out of the house. Then there is Toswiah, feeling very lost, frustrated, and very lonely, who can¿t express her feelings to anybody. I have never read a book this intense, powerful and interesting. Jacqueline Woodson tells the life of a young girl in such a realistic way that you can actually feel the sadness and the pain that Toswiah went through. I recommend this book to anyone who has been through any situation that has made them change their life forever.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought Hush was pretty good. It was sad but it makes you think about all the stuff you take for granted and makes you wonder what you would be like if you were in this kind of situation. I am a very young author and I think it was terrificly written!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i thought the book was great. It made me think about alot of things and i would recommend it to people. It wasn't the best i've seen Jacqueline Woodson do but it was great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this was a really good book thats all i should have to say because it was good. i read it in 2 days. it makes u keep reading this depressing yet wonderful story!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you want to read a good book, than this is the kind of book you need to read. This is the best book I have ever read, so I think you should read it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book was ok, defeintly not one of her best. i didn't like it too much, i thought it was sad, but it had a pretty good ending.