I Never Said I Wasn't Difficult

I Never Said I Wasn t Difficult In these four collections of verse The Dog Ate My Homework I Never Said I Wasn t Difficult Am I Naturally This Crazy and Which Way to the Dragon Sara Holbrook deals honestly with issues facing ado

  • Title: I Never Said I Wasn't Difficult
  • Author: Sara Holbrook
  • ISBN: 9781563976391
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • In these four collections of verse The Dog Ate My Homework, I Never Said I Wasn t Difficult, Am I Naturally This Crazy and Which Way to the Dragon , Sara Holbrook deals honestly with issues facing adolescents school, divorce, anger, violence, love, friendship, and self esteem Through her straight talk style, Holbrook captures the joys, pains, and attitudes that preteeIn these four collections of verse The Dog Ate My Homework, I Never Said I Wasn t Difficult, Am I Naturally This Crazy and Which Way to the Dragon , Sara Holbrook deals honestly with issues facing adolescents school, divorce, anger, violence, love, friendship, and self esteem Through her straight talk style, Holbrook captures the joys, pains, and attitudes that preteens and teenagers feel and provides a message of understanding that readers will appreciate.

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    1. Sara Holbrook has either been eavesdropping in homes with tweens and teens rife with drama, has her own tweens and/or teens, or can recollect with vivid detail those years when a person wasn't fully formed yet and all the trials and tribulations that come with that explosion in growth.Readers will immediately see themselves when they open I Never Said I Wasn't Difficult.

    2. Opinions(hal.46)WhenYour opinionsSpeak loudestYou expectI feel the sameBut I'm not somTV channel you canReach across and changeMy views I chooseMyselfYou want a changeChangeSomething else Safe Inside(hal.48)The stormBlew into townKicking hail up with it's feetTurning dust and dirt to mudAnd puddles to iced teaThe windows rattled in their socketbut I didn't cry or hideyou can watch a stormand learnWhen you are feeling safeinside

    3. This book is a collection of poems that are used to express their own personal trials throughout their lives. Have students write their own poems to vent their frustrations. Explain that writing out emotions is a good way to relieve stress.

    4. This book were poems about a boy feeling hurt and sad inside. I could honestly feel the pain in his words, but otherwise, it didn't speak out so much to me

    5. Sara Holbrook does a great job of writing poems from the point of view of the difficult child who really means to do well.

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