KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS]


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    characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary Anyone who reads this will be stunned to learn about the Aids epidemic in Africa but even so it is just as bad in countries like China and Russia and India so the future is pretty grimThe stories from kids and the few adults that are still alive will make you cry and want to help

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    characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary Published in 2005 by Fitzhenry and WhitesideInterest Level 5th 8th GradeThis is a great informational book about AIDS and how it is effecting children from their own stories The different types of stories are separated into groups and by country with informational sidebars included I thought that this book could

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    KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis This is an excellent resource for kids to use when trying to learn about the effects of AIDS on different cultures This nonfiction book focuses on children in Africa specifically Malawi and Zambia I found the book to be really down to earth because it features different kids' stories that all show how AIDS has played a rol

  4. says: read & download Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis

    KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] I would recommend this book to 5th grade up Deborah went to Malawi and Zambia to interview people aids The stories included in her books are stories from children she came in contact with who's lives have been affected by AIDS This is broken into three sections Songs at the edge Songs of Survival Songs of Victory I like how it ends in victory Hopeful In each section Deborah includes 7 10 stories as told to her by Africa

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    characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] This book is about different kids with different lives that live in Africa that have been somehow effected by AIDS Either they have AIDs or they have been affected by it My favorite story is Grace She is an HIV positive girl discriminated against by her family They gave her her own soap cup and toothpaste and told her not to use anyone elses She does a counseling career with her friend Liz who is also HIV positive I l

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    KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] An oral history of the AIDS crisis in Africa told primarily through the voices of AIDS orphans and some of their caretakers It's interesting and it definitely shines a new light on what we in the US hear about the AIDS crisis It is ho

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    KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] This book contains personal stories and photographs of young people that have been affected by the AIDS virus Within the text are sidebars of pertinent information about child labor orphans signs and symptoms of AIDS and AIDS terms Long after the book is finished the stories of these young people will remain

  8. says: characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS]

    characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] Remarkablebecause these kids embody hope despite incredible loss One surprise was how few of these kids who tell their story actually called the sickness AIDS by its name They usually referred to it as the sickness that made my motherfather grow very skinny and die Cultural taboo Youthful ignorance Both Not sure

  9. says: characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS]

    characters ß eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Deborah Ellis KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] One of the things that really struck me about this book was how so many of the children don't know whether their parentsrelativesfriends died of AIDS Apparently it is something that is just not discussed but almost swept under the table because of the negative stigma

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    KINDLE [Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS] uick and easy but not a light readThe book shares the stories of children living with and surrounded by AIDS Though these individuals are living lives in this not desirable conditions they find the joys in every day living This is a book filled with hope and dreams

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read & download Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS

Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS review ¾ 103 Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary IODE Violet Downey Book Award for 2005 2006 Children's Literature Roundtables of Canada Information Book Award short list 2006 Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children's Non Fiction finalist Red Maple Award for Non fiction shortlist 2007 Garden State Teen Book Awards nominee 200. This book contains personal stories and photographs of young people that have been affected by the AIDS virus Within the text are sidebars of pertinent information about child labor orphans signs and symptoms of AIDS and AIDS terms Long after the book is finished the stories of these young people will remain

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Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS

Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS review ¾ 103 Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary Stories of survival Songs of hopeChildren you'll never forgetIn Sub Saharan Africa there are than 115 million orphans The AIDS pandemic has claimed their parents their aunts and their uncles What is life like for these children Who do they care for and who cares for them Come an. This is an excellent resource for kids to use when trying to learn about the effects of AIDS on different cultures This nonfiction book focuses on children in Africa specifically Malawi and Zambia I found the book to be really down to earth because it features different kids stories that all show how AIDS has played a role in their lives Some are orphans some still have a parent but all of them are aware of AIDSHIV and you can get a really good sense for how they feel about it whether or not they fear it and how it s changed their lives and their communities from reading their stories Sadly many of the stories sound the same It was hard not to feel very detached and disillusioned after a while Ellis doesn t sound preachy in this book I almost wish she had talked about HOW we can help but aside from saying that we need to act locally and think globally she didn t really get at the economic issues I suppose that wasn t the purpose of the book but I feel like there s a huge disconnect between why American kids and some adults THINK HIVAIDS is a problem in Africa and why it REALLY IS a problem So I wish there was a bit of that but again not the purpose of the book

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Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS review ¾ 103 Deborah Ellis ✓ 3 summary D meet them They might surprise youRoyalties from this book will be donated to UNICEFAwards and Nominations Winner Book Link Best Book for the Classroom 2005 Winner School Library Journal Best Book of 2005 Finalist 2006 Information Book Award Runner up National Chapter of Canada. This book is about different kids with different lives that live in Africa that have been somehow effected by AIDS Either they have AIDs or they have been affected by it My favorite story is Grace She is an HIV positive girl discriminated against by her family They gave her her own soap cup and toothpaste and told her not to use anyone elses She does a counseling career with her friend Liz who is also HIV positive I like this book because the stories are very interesting and the pictures are very good I recommend this book for people who want to go to Africa to help people with AIDS

  • Hardcover
  • 104
  • Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS
  • Deborah Ellis
  • English
  • 10 June 2019
  • 9781550419139