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Dinara May May de Pozo de la Rueda, Granada, Spain de Pozo de la Rueda, Granada, Spain

Lecteur Dinara May May de Pozo de la Rueda, Granada, Spain

Dinara May May de Pozo de la Rueda, Granada, Spain

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ça m'a donné envie d'être intelligent en mathématiques. et vivre à Londres.

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Un peu de hack mais très lisible et utile si abordé de manière critique. L'absence de références que je soupçonne avoir été supprimées par l'éditeur est extrêmement frustrante si vous en avez vraiment besoin pour les revendications plus audacieuses.

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J'ai apprécié ce livre, conçu par un maître conteur. Il a évolué à droite avec un grand développement de caractère et capture la saveur de la petite ville de Géorgie au tournant du siècle. Raconté d'une seule voix, du point de vue de Will, un adolescent de quatorze ans qui colle de nombreuses autres relations familiales. Agréable.

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Ce fut une série incroyable !! Lisez les trois livres en quatre ou cinq jours lol. C'était si bon. Je suis tellement content que Katniss se soit retrouvé avec du peeta mais déteste que Prim meure! Avec quoi? Elle allait être docteure !!! Ahh eh bien c'était encore fantabuleux!

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vraiment comme cet auteur, mais celui-ci était un peu verbeux. Comme comment elle pénètre dans l'esprit des femmes.

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2.5 stars When Keith's father, a producer who works in the music business, is shot and killed, Keith and his mother are left with nothing. All of the family's savings are gone, and they are forced to move from Brooklyn to live with his father's sister Berny in a small town in Ohio. Keith, who is biracial and wears his hair in an afro and clothes from the 1970s, definitely stands out at his new school. But his style and his love of Jimi Hendrix - his father's favorite musician - make him feel closer to his father. Though Keith is having trouble accepting his new environment, he does his best to deal with his grief and stay strong. But then his mother makes a shocking discovery that could destroy Keith's idealized image of his dad forever. This novel in verse has an interesting premise, but the plot is slow to get going and then becomes a little melodramatic at the end. Though I have enjoyed some novels in verse, in this case, the format didn’t work for me. The poetry was a little clunky at times and it seemed like it could have just as easily been prose. However, Adoff does a decent job of expressing what it’s like for teens who are biracial or simply feel that they don’t fit in as well as those who are dealing with grief over loss of a loved one.