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Behind the Red Apple

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Release Date
April 28, 2005
ISBN
1413475949
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Behind the Red Apple is a book of free verse poetry. Each poem has rhythm and evokes colorful images.The poems give the reader an opportunity to enjoy, grow, and develop skills in education, health, and social understanding.This collection of poetry can be transformed into a daily manual. Through sharing communication can become more positive between the mature and young.Reading Behind the Red Apple will help keep the apples.

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Charlotte H. Ford has written an unique poetry book that captures the essence of growing up as a teen today. The book touches on subjects that every teen faces such as eating disorders, blended families, feeling "different," and many others. Ford manages to touch on almost every emotion a young person goes through while going through adolescence. Ford, a former educator, writes from a clued-in perespective as it is apparent that she has witnessed many of the conflicts she writes about with her former students. This is a wonderful edition to any classroom.
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What Every Teen Goes Through

Reader reviewed by Krysten Weller

Charlotte H. Ford has written an unique poetry book that captures the essence of growing up as a teen today. The book touches on subjects that every teen faces such as eating disorders, blended families, feeling "different," and many others. Ford manages to touch on almost every emotion a young person goes through while going through adolescence. Ford, a former educator, writes from a clued-in perespective as it is apparent that she has witnessed many of the conflicts she writes about with her former students. This is a wonderful edition to any classroom.

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