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Felita's parents promise she will love their new neighborhood Only Abuelita her grandmother understands how much Felita will miss her old block and I think this book was a great and sad book because it tells u about racesism and how people treat other races This book teaches you how people used to judge you for the race you were and since felita was Puerto Rican her family had to move so they moved to a block that had no Puerto Ricans and one day she was playing with some girls and their parents yelled at them because they were playing with her and they werent the same race Also one day she was going home and they jumped her for being Puerto Rican Also they would do bad stuff to her whole family Abduction you how people used to judge Hazlitt in Love you for the race Midnight Temptations with a Forbidden Lord (Dangerous Rogues, you were and since felita was Puerto Rican her family had to move so they moved to a block that had no Puerto Ricans and one day she was playing with some girls and their parents Always and Forever (Blood Brothers MC yelled at them because they were playing with her and they werent the same race Also one day she was going home and they jumped her for being Puerto Rican Also they would do bad stuff to her whole family

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Felita Author Nicholasa Mohr

O Felita's compelling story has resonance for kids todayAn honest realistic view of an important aspect of contemporary American life The Horn Book Such a sweet poignant novella Felita encounters prejudice poverty and the loss of her abuelita But the love and counsel of Familia keeps her heart strong Much love for this book

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Her best friend Gigi But her new neighbors taunt and tease Felita and her family because they are from Puerto Rico First published twenty years ag I think my students would enjoy reading this book especially my English Language Learners because it is easy to read and is very relatable I think the plot had a lot potential and the events seemed to be oddly suished together but I think student could experience some interesting opportunities to discuss similar feelings of growing up in a community like Felita Saving on my shelf for potential book club books


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  1. says:

    Gradeinterest level Upper Elementary 3 5Reading level Fountas –Pinnell PLexile 580LGenre Realistic fictionMulticulturalMain Characters Felita and her family her mother father two brothers and AbuelitaSetting Various locations within the urban neighborhoodSummaryThis is the story of young Puerto Rican girl whose family moves to a new neighborhood in hopes of better educational opportunities for Felita and her two brothers Johnny and Tito Felita had a lot of friends in her old neighborhood who accepted her for who she was and she was nervous about moving somewhere new Just when Felita is starting to feel comfortable in her new neighborhood she begins to be teased for being Puerto Rican because it makes her differentFelita turns to her Abuelita for help in understanding why her new friends are treating her this way Her grandma helps her to remember that her culture is special and it makes her who she is By the end of the story Felita becomes comfortable with her identity and learns to love herself despite what other people might think Classroom usethemeThis book touches on various themes including friendship bullying racism culture identity discrimination and the challenges of moving somewhere new There are many ways in which this book could be used in the classroom You can create lessons around anything from acceptance and identity ro family values and cultureOne use that I see for this novel in the classroom is vocabulary The text included various Spanish words throughout the story that can be used to bring a second language into the classroom or to help ESL students engage with the text and foster both sets of language skills in the classroom There are also a lot of opportunities for learning about Puerto Rican culture throughout the story This book lends itself to research activities about Puerto Rican culture traditions and geography


  2. says:

    I think this book was a great and sad book because it tells u about racesism and how people treat other races This book teaches you how people used to judge you for the race you were and since felita was Puerto Rican her family had to move so they moved to a block that had no Puerto Ricans and one day she was playing with some girls and their parents yelled at them because they were playing with her and they werent the same race Also one day she was going home and they jumped her for being Puerto Rican Also they would do bad stuff to her whole family


  3. says:

    I'm using this as part of a curriculum unit I'm developing for grad school It provides a good vocabulary for an ELL classroom as well as relevant discussion material It reminds me of the American Girl Doll books the Latina version


  4. says:

    Even though this book is meant for 3rd 5th graders I still enjoyed it very much It was a short and enjoyable read I wish I had read this when I was younger because it would have taught me a lot This book is about a family from Puerto Rico who is living in the United States At the beginning of the book they decide to move to a new apartment in order to give their family a better life But our main character Felita does not want to leave because she will miss her friends greatly Once they move to the new neighborhood they realize that the people living there are racist and decide to move back Felita is excited to move back but she realizes that so much has changed when she comes back to her old neighborhood This book has a lot of important discussions about racism and friendship


  5. says:

    I think my students would enjoy reading this book especially my English Language Learners because it is easy to read and is very relatable I think the plot had a lot potential and the events seemed to be oddly suished together but I think student could experience some interesting opportunities to discuss similar feelings of growing up in a community like Felita Saving on my shelf for potential book club books


  6. says:

    I like it cause it taught me a lesson and it's really good


  7. says:

    Such a sweet poignant novella Felita encounters prejudice poverty and the loss of her abuelita But the love and counsel of Familia keeps her heart strong Much love for this book


  8. says:

    Cute short book Left me wanting


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    Alyssa PaganFelita January 31 2012 The main are Felita Mom Dad Tito and Johnny Felita is a nine year old Porto Rican girl Her parents are sweet and kind people Tito is a 13 year old trouble maker And Johnny is the oldest kid He is very smart caring and kind The opposing character is the grandmother She is the one who is always there for her and understands her The grandmother is sweet kind and caring She gives advice to Felita when she needs it The major conflict is Felita and her family moving to a new neighborhood because it has better schools But these mean girls mess around with her and push her around and get a whole bunch of people to mess with the family just because there Porto Rican I think the lesson is even though bad things might happen in the beginning things will turn out ok at the end In the story the family had to move to a neighborhood where they were not wanted But at the end they move back to there old neighborhood Where this took place in 2004 in the United States Of America Felita finds out she is moving to a new neighborhood She doesn't want to move She has all of her friends there and lived there her whole life She is moving in 2 days And only has a few hours to say good bye to all her friends Especially to her best friend Gigi They been friends since she moved there They moved and everything is bigger then there old apartment They lived there already for 2 week and she hasn't went out to make some friends Her mom told her to go down and make some friends When she goes down with a new dress her mom bought for her She makes some friends or so she thought When the girls parents came down to see who they where playing with When the saw is was Felita they told them to be mean to her so they started hitting her They moved back to there old neighborhood and the whole family is happy again For a little while Fires started happening near the house Felita wont get along with her friends or her mom and her grandmother dies The turning point in the story is when all her problems go away They go away because her grandmother gives her advice And tells her what to do in any situations The major conflict is resolved because they move back to there old neighborhood and never have to go back or hear from those mean girls again


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    Daisy VillanuevaBerkeleyNovember 2 2016#EvenBetterJohnny Johnny ue pasa? What's wrong?Johnny lifted his head His nose was bleeding and he had a cut in his lower lip which was swollenwhat happened? I askedThey beat me up that's whatWho Johnny?Some hoodlums that's who Mami answeredA gang of big guys around fifteen and sixteen years old walked up to me when I was coming into our building Johnny saidFelita is the main character in this story she is a Puerto Rican girl when she finds out that there changing apartments to a better neighborhood she gets sad because she is going to miss all friends and she does not know anyone from her new neighborhood When Felita gets to her new neighborhood she is not sure to go outside to make new friends when her mom convinces her to go outside and make new friends the girls are really nice with her and they treat her eually but when her new friends mom see them playing with her they call them over and they start gossip about her because she is not like them and they start bullying her and her family Her family did not know what to do about it they do not know if to stay or to leave back to their old neighborhood the problems get harder and harder each day because they bullied them and every time At first they thought they will stop but they noticed that it did not soy they were confused they did not know what to doThe author Nicholasa Mohr has done a great job on showing their feelings and showing us what they think And also she does a good job on introducing the characters and when I started to read this book it got me really interested inI recommend this book to Alexis A because this boo has a lot of turning points and it is about racism and how you do not supposed to judge people for what race they are or their color because you could really hurt them and you could make them feel bad and you could hurt their feelings


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