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by Nina Nickles,Betsy Franco

eBook Things I Have to Tell You: Poems and Writing by Teenage Girls (Betsy Franco Young Adult) download ISBN: 0763609056
Author: Nina Nickles,Betsy Franco
Publisher: Candlewick; 1st edition (May 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 80
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Author Betsy Franco gathers more than thirty poems by teenage girls and pairs them with black and white photographs. The poems have different subjects, but flow cohesively together to make up about teenage girls’ emotions.

Author Betsy Franco gathers more than thirty poems by teenage girls and pairs them with black and white photographs. These girls express fears, dreams and hopes, relationships, and anxiety through these poems. This book of poems is great for young adults because it is young adults speaking to young adults. It brings more emotion out for a young adult than perhaps a classic poem would.

Nina Nickles has attended the Maine Photographic Workshops in Rockport, Maine, and the Santa Fe Art Institute in New Mexico. In 1999, she won an American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) Big Picture Award, and her work has been shown in numerous galleries in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia.

A collection of poems, stories, and essays written by girls twelve to eighteen years of age and revealing the secrets which . Currently no descriptions for this product and will be added soon

A collection of poems, stories, and essays written by girls twelve to eighteen years of age and revealing the secrets which enabled them to overcome the challenges they faced. Currently no descriptions for this product and will be added soon. Things I Have to Tell You: Poems and Writing by Teenage Girls - anul 2002 Categoria Tineri - Non-ficțiune Autor: Betsy Franco Fotograf: Nina Nickles. Discover ideas about Poetry Month. Teenage girls tell their own stories& compelling poetry and prose paired with 42 striking black-and-white photographs. The voices in this collection.

Betsy Franco Young Adult. they quickly took me back to my teenage years and the emotions and situations that I had at that time

Betsy Franco Young Adult. they quickly took me back to my teenage years and the emotions and situations that I had at that time. I think that the uncensored poems help the reader to find a connection to the girls and know they are not the only ones experiencing those situations or feelings. mminyard, November 19, 2011. Written by a customer while visiting librarything. I'm fascinated by teenagers, they always felt so foreign to me, even when I was one.

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Recommend to friends. Rate it: Category: Writing, Reference, Literature & Fiction, Teens. A collection of poems, stories, and essays written by girls twelve to eighteen years of age and revealing the secrets which enabled them to overcome the challenges they faced.

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Betsy Franco Young Adults. Betsy Franco has published more than forty books for children and adults. My purpose and approach with THINGS I HAVE TO TELL YOU, she says, was to let young women speak for themselves

Betsy Franco Young Adults. My purpose and approach with THINGS I HAVE TO TELL YOU, she says, was to let young women speak for themselves. These young women have something to say - and can they write! Country of Publication. Young Adult General Interest & Leisure. Candlewick Press (Ma).

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Teenage girls tell their own stories—in compelling poetry and prose paired with 42 striking black-and-white photographs.The voices in this collection have so much to question, so much to grieve. They have so much to celebrate, so much to rage against. They’re ready to speak up and begin the conversation — with you and with the world. More than thirty uncensored poems are accompanied by Nina Nickles’s masterful photographs, which sensitively capture the moods and essence of adolescence. Here, painted in the words of teenage girls, is a portrait of their dreams and desires - a record of hope, disillusionment, anger, joy, sadness, and most of all, strength.
Comments: (7)
Yadon
Fridays are poetry days in my classroom. Every few weeks, I pull out this book, or You Hear Me?, and read a poem or two. Time and again, students will approach me after class and ask to borrow the book. These poems say to kids what Whitman, Frost (sorry--you know I love you, Robert) and Tennyson just can't. Kids must speak to kids. These books assure tentative nascent poets that they can do it, too, and they deliver a strong peer message to kids who are struggling. Betsy Franco has done a great thing here.
Enalonasa
used as educational tool
SkroN
NICE
Zetadda
great teaching tool
BroWelm
I GOT THIS BOOK FOR MY 13 YR OLD DAUGHTER AND SHE LOVES IT. SHE DOES SOME POEMS HERSELF SO I THOUGHT THIS BOOK WOULD HELP MOTIVATE HER AND GIVE HER INSIGHT ON DIFFERENT KINDS OF POEMS, AND IT HAS DONE THAT FOR HER.
Gavigamand
Way too dark for most young teens. Especially young girls dealing with becoming a young woman.
*Nameless*
The book Things I Have To Tell You was an exciting book for me. Its about a girls lives today and how they deal with them. They expressed themselves and showed there view points and life with the world by writing poetry. The poems were different than any other poetry book. They had live stories and told truth, they did not hold back on any information. These girls i think have wrote outstanding poems and i hope they keep doing so and making more books like this one.
I loved this book. I thought it inspired me and made me think a lot. I could not put the book down. I read the whole thing i even took it to lunch one day in school just to finish it. The poems were like my own life it made sence because they are everyday things that happen. Like teenages get pressured with and deal with. Love, Hate, Beauty, Friends,and Family all take place in this book and take place in an everyday lifestyle. Well at least mine and my friends lives. Im so glad i read this book because it has helped me with my own life.
I reconmend this book to teenagers mostly! Girls i think would be a lot more interested in this book but if guys want to know about girls and find problems maybe they have then they should read it too. I suggest every teenager reads this outstanding book. So check into this book i promise you, you will not regret reading it. Thanks for reading this.
- Margie Mae Sanders
This is some of the best poetry and prose I have ever read by any young person or adult. As a poet I am not easily impressed, but this was some of the best poetry I have ever read. I was equally impressed by the photographs as well. I like the fact that the photographer intentionally did not try to fit the photos with the writings. The rawness of the book was what made it so fascinating. I picked the pick up intending to teach some of the young girls I work with in my afterschool program, but these girls were certainly on another level with their writing. I am now looking forward to reading the male companion. Great Work!!!