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There's a Name for This Feeling / Hay Un Nombre Para Lo Que Siento

3.6  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
This bilingual collection of ten contemporary stories reveals the mixed-up emotions, humorous mistakes, misguided actions and unspeakable sorrows of young people today.
Published May 31st 2014 by Arte Publico Press
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There’s a Name For This Feeling: Stories is aimed at the younger end of the YA spectrum, but this collection of ten short stories makes up for its slim page count with some hard-hitting vignettes. Each of the stories is tightly focused on a different character, and while some stories share similar elements (there are two stories involving grandmothers who have dementia, for example), the approach to each is unique.

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Jan 29, 2016 Alma Ramos-McDermott rated it really liked it
In these 10 short stories, readers are introduced to various characters trying to find their way through circumstances life has thrown at them. These stories span the range of teen feelings and, though short, are ones to which readers will be able to relate. Read the rest of the review on my blog: http://shouldireaditornot.wordpress.c...
Jul 26, 2014 Katy rated it it was amazing
This eclectic collection of emotional tales run the gamut from poignant to tragic to unexpectedly humorous, just as the emoticons on the cover imply. The stories are perfect for teens struggling with conflicting emotions and the author's insightful questions are sure to make for thoughtful classroom or group discussions and even essays. I highly recommend this for teachers.
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Diane Gonzales Bertrand’s vivid imagination led her to write her first novel in the fifth grade. Her creativity didn’t stop there. She went on to write school plays, Girl Scout skits, and poetry. When Diane became a teacher, she created funny soap operas, religious plays, and translated Shakespeare into easier words for her students to enjoy and perform. Today, Diane writes stories for families to ...more
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