[Read] ➳ More to the Story Author Hena Khan – Raovathaiphong.info

More to the Story From The Critically Acclaimed Author Of Amina S Voice Comes A New Story Inspired By Louisa May Alcott S Beloved Classic, Little Women, Featuring Four Sisters From A Modern American Muslim Family Living In GeorgiaWhen Jameela Mirza Is Picked To Be Feature Editor Of Her Middle School Newspaper, She S One Step Closer To Being An Award Winning Journalist Like Her Late Grandfather The Problem Is Her Editor In Chief Keeps Shooting Down Her Article Ideas Jameela S Assigned To Write About The New Boy In School, Who Has A Cool British Accent But Doesn T Share Much, And Wonders How She Ll Make His Story Gripping Enough To Enter Into A National Media Contest Jameela, Along With Her Three Sisters, Is Devastated When Their Father Needs To Take A Job Overseas, Away From Their Cozy Georgia Home For Six Months Missing Him Makes Jameela Determined To Write An Epic Article One To Make Her Dad Extra Proud But When Her Younger Sister Gets Seriously Ill, Jameela S World Turns Upside Down And As Her Hunger For Fame Looks Like It Might Cost Her A Blossoming Friendship, Jameela Questions What Matters Most, And Whether She S Cut Out To Be A Journalist At All


10 thoughts on “More to the Story

  1. says:

    An incredibly wholesome and wonderful middle grade story about illness, pursuing your ambitions, and family and sisterhood Follows Jameela, a Pakistani Muslim girl who has to deal with some pretty tough stuff in her family while also taking on the big responsibility of being features editor at her school s newspaper At its heart, this is a story about sisters and family, and


  2. says:

    This heartfelt, contemporary story about four Muslim American sisters in Georgia was inspired by Little Women and is a really fun read for fans of that classic book I loved picking out the imaginative ways that Hena Khan paid homage to Little Women in updated, realistic ways Instead of getting upset about missing out on the theater, for example, the youngest sister feels it s


  3. says:

    You all remember Hena Khan The author who captured all of our hearts with Amina s Voice Well, she s back with another book, and it s just as powerful as the first one In More to the Story, readers get to meet Jameela Jam Miraz, a determined aspiring journalist, and her family and tag along for the wild ride that is Jam s seventh grade year.And what a wild ride it is Jam and he


  4. says:

    This was such a lovely book about four sisters in a Muslim family dealing with some difficult things I loved the main character, Jameela, and her relationship with everyone in her family From her over protectiveness of Bisma, to her constant fights with her youngest sister, Aleeza I also loved how passionate Jameela was about writing and journalism All the other characters were


  5. says:

    Great story with an ending I didn t see coming.


  6. says:

    Although based on Louisa May Alcott s beloved Little Women, Hena Khan s juvenile fiction novel takes readers on a journey that s both new and informative Following the antics of a close knit American Muslim family, readers will learn about culture, customs, and holidays that give a sense of purpose and meaning to a group that is often misrepresented and misunderstand Books can se


  7. says:

    I absolutely loved this modern retelling of Little Women, this time centering on a quartet of Pakistani American sisters growing up in Georgia the state, not the country Given the way it was described in a few review journals, I wasn t sure if this was going to read too young for my middle school students, but I was over the moon to discover this is one of those rare novels in whi


  8. says:

    I ADORED THIS BOOK from the very first sentence I just knew it would be good And I was right More to the Story is a heartwarming, charming middle grade novel about sisterhood, family, and following your passion I would highly recommend this novel to anyone looking for a wholesome, riveting middle grade book This book would be perfect for fans of The Vanderbeeker series and Amina s


  9. says:

    E ARC provided by Edelweiss PlusJameela is pleased that she has been named the features editor of her school paper, even though she is in 7th grade, and doesn t get along well with Travis, an 8th grader who is editor Her grandfather was an investigative reported, and she wants to follow in his footsteps She wants to make her father proud, and stand out from her three sisters a bit T


  10. says:

    3.5 stars Super sweet family story about a first generation American girl and her dream of becoming a journalist This book follows Jameela who has to deal with her gorgeous older sister and her two annoying younger sisters on a daily basis Nevertheless, she loves her family and the relationships between parents, children, and relatives felt sincere and precious Even though quite a lo


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