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Lucky Broken Girl
by Ruth Behar



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“A book for anyone mending from childhood wounds.”—Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street
 
In this unforgettable multicultural coming-of-age narrative—based on the author’s childhood in the 1960s—a young Cuban-Jewish immigrant girl is adjusting to her new life in New York City when her American dream is suddenly derailed. Ruthie’s plight will intrigue readers, and her powerful story of strength and resilience, full of color, light, and poignancy, will stay with them for a long time.
 
Ruthie Mizrahi and her family recently emigrated from Castro’s Cuba to New York City. Just when she’s finally beginning to gain confidence in her mastery of English—and enjoying her reign as her neighborhood’s hopscotch queen—a horrific car accident leaves her in a body cast and confined her to her bed for a long recovery. As Ruthie’s world shrinks because of her inability to move, her powers of observation and her heart grow larger and she comes to understand how fragile life is, how vulnerable we all are as human beings, and how friends, neighbors, and the power of the arts can sweeten even the worst of times.






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The story was moving and very well writtenFeb 25, 2017 Patrick rated it really liked it Shelves: 2017-middle-grade-novels Ruthie is enjoying her new life in New York from Cuba when she is in a terrible car accidentPenguin/Paulsen, $16.99 (256p) ISBN 978-0-399-54644-0 More By and About This Author OTHER BOOKS Translated Woman: Crossing the Border with Esperanza's Story The Vulnerable Observer An Island Called Home: Returning to Jewish Cuba Buy this book Amazon Barnes & Noble iBooks IndieBound Powell's Set in 1966, this strongly sketched novel, adult author Behars first for children, focuses on a 10-year-old Cuban immigrant whose injury forces a prolonged convalescence and rehabilitationI felt like the concept was interesting and it had some important things to say - I appreciated that it dealt with immigrants attempting to live in New York, and also a child who struggles with an injury that has her in a full body cast for a yearThere is a depth to Ruthie that could only come from the author's own experiencesMay 19, 2017 ashley grace rated it it was amazing 95%

flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 28, 2016 Michele Knott rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-in-2016, middle-grade-upper I think this book will be very important in this important time in Cuba's historyBut when we got to Queens, in New York City, in the United States of America, I became dumb, just because I couldn’t speak EnglishBeautifully written, and a very good decision to write it from young Ruthie's perspectiveHere Ruthie is placed in a special education class because she needs to improve her English

That is how the princess learns to cry! The evil spell is broken, and the little ragged girl and her poor mother are given a nice house next to the castle where they live happily ever afterThis moment in their lives seems to have brought many people together and closer to RuthieIt would have helped me accept myself and my culture a little better at a time I was questioning it.To begin with, Behar narrated the audiobook, which makes her a multi-hyphenate in the book world in addition to being a powerhouse writerShe doesn’t let us do anything by ourselves.” “I know what you meanWhile her voice was not that of a child, it wasn't a condescending adul Ebullient and joyful, this middle grade novel based on the author's early life as a Cuban immigrant in NY was an absolute delightAbout Us Contact Us Submission Guidelines Subscriber Services Advertising Info Terms of Use Privacy Policy Calls for Info Editorial Calendar Archives Press FAQ PWxyz, LLC(Historical fiction

Ruthie’s plight will intrigue readers, and her powerful story of strength and resilience, full of color, light, and poignancy, will stay with them for a long timeAs Ruthie's world shrinks because of her inability to move, her powers of observation and her heart grow larger and she comes to understand how fragile life is, how vulnerable we all are as human beings, and how friends, neighbors, and the power of the arts can sweeten even the worst of timesMaas Rainbow Rowell Ransom Riggs Bestselling Series Divergent Series The Hunger Games The Maze Runner Series Harry Potter Blog The B&N Teen Blog Coming Soon Pre-order tomorrow's bestselling books for teens todayPlease.” MrsThe voice of this story was interesting

2 Connect With Us FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrPinterestInstagram Cart: 12 BooksAuthorsSeriesAbout Us Born in Havana, Cuba, she grew up in New York, and has also lived in Spain and MexicoI also loved the role that food played in certain scenes, especially in the family preparing meals together and getting excited to contribute to a mealAs a storyteller, traveler, memoirist, poet, teacher, and public speaker, Ruth Behar is acclaimed for the compassion she brings to her quest to understand the depth of the human experienceThey’d rather play all dayThe connections with ELL students and the power of an amazing tutor and neighbors turn this story into a must readHolm Weird But True Know-It-All: U.SMine are always yelling, “Habla en espaol!” Especially Mami, who can understand a little English, but is usually too embarrassed to try to speak itReaders will get a powerful sense of the historical setting through Ruthie’s narration, but the novel is perhaps defined even more by her family’s status as immigrants and by its memorable multicultural castIt was 1966 and Ruthie's family had recently moved to New York as refugees from Cuba 5d8a9798ff



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