10 edition of Keesha"s house found in the catalog.
Seven teens facing such problems as pregnancy, closeted homosexuality, and abuse each describe in poetic forms what caused them to leave home and where they found home again.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.F9205 Ke 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 116 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||2002022698|
Keesha's House. New York: Frances Foster Books/Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 2. Plot summary Keesha's House relates the intertwining story lines of Keesha, Stephie, Jason, Dontay, Carmen, Harris, and Katie. Each character battles with something in their lives. There are many recurring patterns in Keesha's House that point to various themes and symbolism. Some of the themes include: personal growth, harassment and abuse, lack of a stable family or family support, teen pregnancy, and drug and alcohol use. Majority of the characters go through a growth process throughout the book.
Keesha's House is written by Helen Frost and organized as a compilation of poems written in different perspectives. It is written to demonstrate some of the many diverse problems teenagers go through. There are seven main characters in the novel-- Keesha, Stephie, Jason, Dontay, Carmen, Harris, and Katie. Keesha is the titular owner ofFile Size: 1MB. Author Helen Frost Ages 12 and above Printz award winner
KEESHA'S HOUSE Helen Frost, Author. FSG/Foster $16 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author resulting in a thoughtfully composed and ultimately touching book. Ages up. Keesha's House - the characters I just started to read this book a couple days ago and I know enough to tell about the main characters and the setting of the book. There are 6 characters that all go to Keesha's house when they cant make it on their own.
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Keesha's House is a young adult novel written in a poetic form from the perspective of seven young adults. Each character is struggling and trying to overcome their different circumstances. Although their situations are different, they come together and are strengthened as a man named Joe opens up his home as a safe place struggling teens can go/5.
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Keesha's House is a Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year. Length: pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled Age Level: 12 - Free sleep tracks.
A good night's sleep is essential for keeping our minds and bodies strong. Explore Audible's collection of free sleep and relaxation audio by: 3. Keesha's House is a Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year/5(16). Keesha has found Joe's house and made it her refuge, offering hope to Katie and, in turn, the others.
Katie's stepfather is trying to abuse her and her mother is unwilling or unable to protect her. Carmen is trying to help Dontay, who hates his new foster home, when her drinking lands her in jail. Read: Keesha's House, Author: Helen Frost, free book online in EPUB, TXT, Pdf at At Joe’s house, Keesha has found a safe place to live, and soon it becomes known as Keesha’s House.
Other kids gravitate to Keesha, finding safety in the rooms of the house and friendship Keeshas house book support among one another. Keesha’s House is the debut young-adult verse novel written by American author Helen Frost.
Told entirely in free verse sonnets and sestinas from various characters, the story follows six teenagers who convene at a girl named Keesha’s house in search of refuge from their troubled n: An unforgettable narrative collage told in poems Keesha has found a safe place to live, and other kids gravitate to her house when they just can’t make it on their own.
They are Stephie – pregnant, try. Keesha is the girl living there who has put out the word about Joe's/Aunt Annie's house.
Now everyone calls it Keesha's House and the new arrivals are surprised to meet Joe. In the long run some of these kids are able to come to terms with the adults who've raised them.
They choose to go home. Others don't: up to (22). Keesha's House is a Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the by: 3. Keesha’s House by Helen Frost. Farrar, Strous, and Giroux, Original publication date pages. ISBN: PLOT SUMMARY: Keesha and six other teens find a new home at Joe’s house for various reasons.
Stephie and her boyfriend Joe are having a baby, Dontay is a foster kid with both parents in jail, Carmen is facing a DUI charge, Harris was kicked out for being gay. NOTE: This title is a Bargain n books are excess inventory or store returns from publishers that are discreetly marked with a small dot or line on the edge of the pages and, while most are in great condition, some books may exhibit minor cosmetic wear and : In the novel, Keesha's House, the author uses the characters as a version of kids that we see in our everyday life.
This book, in my point of view, should be highly recommended because it deals with kids in our society today and their by: 3. Keesha's House is a award winning debut young adult verse novel by American author Helen Frost.
The book's story is told through multiple poems and concerns a group of teenagers that are all drawn to the house of the title character Keesha due to serious issues in their personal : Helen Frost.
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An unforgettable narrative collage told in has found a safe place to live, and other kids gravitate to her house when they just can't make it on their own. They are Stephie - pregnant, trying to make the right decisions for herself and those she cares about; Jason - Stephie's boyfriend, torn between his responsibility to Stephie and the baby and the promise of a college basketball.They are Stephie — pregnant, trying to make the right decisions for herself and those she cares about; Jason — Stephie's boyfriend, torn between his responsibility to Stephie and the baby and the promise of a college basketball career; Dontay — in foster care while his parents are in prison, feeling unwanted both inside and outside the.
An unforgettable narrative collage told in poemsKeesha has found a safe place to live, and other kids gravitate to her house when they just can’t make it on their own. They are Stephie – pregnant, trying to make the right decisions for herself and those she cares about; Jason – Stephie’s boyfriend, torn between his responsibility to Stephie and the baby and the promise of a college 4/5(12).