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Jamaica and Brianna por Juanita Havill
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Jamaica and Brianna (edição 1996)

por Juanita Havill (Autor), Anne Sibley O'Brien (Ilustrador)

Séries: Jamaica

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Jamaica hates wearing hand-me-down boots when her friend Brianna has pink fuzzy ones.
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Título:Jamaica and Brianna
Autores:Juanita Havill (Autor)
Outros autores:Anne Sibley O'Brien (Ilustrador)
Informação:HMH Books for Young Readers (1996), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
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Jamaica doesn't have any boots so she has to wear her brothers old boots and she hates them. Jamaica saw Brianna at the bus stop and thought how pretty her pink boots were. Brianna yelled that she was wearing boy boots which made her feel worse. There was a hole in the boot that Jamaica made worse at school because she wanted new ones. So they went to the shoe store and Jamaica picked out a pair of real cowboy boots that she loved. She was excited to show off her boots the next day but Brianna wasn't happy for her so Jamacia told her that she saw pink boots like Brianna's at the store but didn't get them because they were ugly. They ended up talking it out when they got to school and found out that they were both wearing hammy down boots.
This story did a great job at showing that you never know what someone else is going through. The girls apologized to each other and worked everything out by talking and telling each other the truth. I loved the illustrations in this book. ( )
  KPyfromDay | Sep 21, 2019 |
Like many other books by Juanita Havill, this book takes readers through a story about Jamaica. I really enjoy reading different books about one character, as I am able to see the development and growth she goes through. This particular book tells the story of Jamaica getting new boots, as she did not like wearing her brother's old ones. When her friend Brianna has pretty pink boots, Jamaica decides she cannot buy pink boots, as she feels that Brianna will think she is copying her. When the two talk about it, they find that it was in fact, the exact opposite. The two friends play and enjoy time together in their own cowboy and pink boots. In this book, Jamaica and Brianna were using hand me down boots, which I am no stranger to. I think they felt as if they couldn't have anything that was their own. This is a situation that many children are in everyday and many children can see themselves in this story. I would happily add this book to my classroom set! ( )
  Gabrielle21 | Sep 4, 2018 |
This book is about a girl who puts is upset about wearing unisex boots worried her peers will tease her about her boots. After she gets new boots she finds out her friend was worried she would also be teased because she was wearing hand me down boots. They bond over boots. ( )
  JanaBlair | Aug 4, 2018 |
Jamaica has to wear her brother's old boots, due to the fact her mom doesn't have money to splurge on new snow boots.

Jamaica is given these gray, old, boy snow boots. She goes to school and is embarrassed she is wearing these boots when she sees her friend, Brianna wearing pretty pink ones. Jamaica gets jealous and is mean to Brianna. Jamaica also tears up her gray boots on purpose just so her mom can buy her new ones. Jamaica later learns that Brianna dislikes her pink boots. This is because Jamaica told Brianna her boots were ugly due to jealousy. Jamaica learns that Brianna had hand-me-down boots from her older sister. She then apologizes to Brianna for what she has said.

I can relate to this book, growing up. Having an older brother and us going to the same school, I did get a lot of hand-me-downs: school shirts (that were faded) and school sweatshirts. I did get new stuff such as shoes, pants, and shirts due to style and size differences. I did share quite a few things. However, unlike Jamaica, I didn't mind due to the fact I understood the struggles of money. When my sister got into high school, the majority of my cheerleading jackets went to her.

Hand-me-downs are just a part of life when you have other siblings. This book is good for children who might share clothes with their siblings to teach them it is okay amd normal to do so. ( )
  Cmollere2012 | Dec 1, 2017 |
This book was a very special book in the Jamaica series. It addresses so many issues that a child could be dealing with in one book. I enjoy how it allows us to thoroughly see and feel how the character feel in each scene. I appreciate the Jamaica series for being so helpful to little girls. ( )
  lpittman | Apr 27, 2017 |
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