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ISBN: 0395943043
Language: English
Publisher: Houghton Miffin Company (1992)
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Rating: 4.6
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Jamaica and Brianna is a story about two young girls and their rain boots. The developmental level of Jamaica and Brianna is preschool through second grade.

Jamaica and Brianna is a story about two young girls and their rain boots. Jamaica has to wear her older brother plain black boots with a hole in one of the toes while her friend Brianna has pink boots with pink fluff around the top cuff of the boots. Jamaica wants boots like her friend, so she picks at the hole in her boot until it's so big her mom will has to get her new ones. I think it is appropriate for all these levels because you can do different activities depending on the developmental level as follow up.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Brianna and Jamaica both want to be the butterfly queen in their spring dance performance. Instead they are chosen to be flowers while Brianna’s older sister.

Jamaica and Brianna book. Text-to- text connection. Jamaica and Brianna is a great way to tech children the importance of friendships and different cultures. Their friendship went left for a while. As children I do not think they understand right off the important of friendships.

by Juanita Havill and Anne Sibley O'Brien. It's wintertime again, and Jamaica has to wear her brother Ossie's hand-me-down boots. She finds herself envious of her friend Brianna's pink boots with the fuzzy cuffs, and Brianna teases her about her ugly, old "boy" boots. But one word brings reconciliation for the two friends.

Title: Jamaica and Brianna By: Juanita Havill Illustrated By. . Anne Sibley O'Brien has illustrated more than twenty books for children, including the Jamaica stories.

Title: Jamaica and Brianna By: Juanita Havill Illustrated By: Anne Sibley O'Brien Format: Paperback Vendor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publication Date: 1996. ISBN: 0395779391 ISBN-13: 9780395779392 Ages: 4-8 Series: Jamaica Stock No: WW79391. She has two grown children and lives with her husband and cat in Maine.

Jamaica hates wearing hand-me-down boots when her friend Brianna has pink fuzzy ones. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads. But we still need to pay for servers and staff. I know we could charge money, but then we couldn’t achieve our mission: a free online library for everyone.

Аудиокнига "Jamaica and Brianna", Juanita Havill. Читает Lynne Thigpen. Мгновенный доступ к вашим любимым книгам без обязательной ежемесячной платы

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Title: Jamaica and Brianna. Condition: Used; Good. It is no fun for Jamaica having to wear her brother's old boots, and it is even worse when Brianna, her best friend, teases her about them.

Title: Jamaica and Brianna. Why does she keep saying things that only make Jamaica feel bad? Then something happens to change things for Jamaica and Brianna, and it only takes a word.

Jamaica doesn't like wearing her brother's old hand-me-down boots to school. She's happy when the tiny hole in the toe gets big.

Narrated by Lynne Thigpen. Jamaica doesn't like wearing her brother's old hand-me-down boots to school.

Jamaica hates having to wear her brothers old snow boots. When her best friend Brianna makes fun of them at school, Jamaica hates them even more

Jamaica hates having to wear her brothers old snow boots. When her best friend Brianna makes fun of them at school, Jamaica hates them even more. She chooses a brand new pair of cowboy looking ones and loves them. When she wears them to school Brianna says they aren't "in". This makes Jamaica sad so she tells Brianna that her boots are ugly. On Monday at school, Jamaica and Brianna talk about their snow boot and why they said hatful things about each others pair of boots.

Comments:

Mullador
Excellent book to add to my First Grade collection. This series is wonderful as Read Alouds for teaching Realistic fiction, and how character feelings change throughout the story. I am very satisfied with the product and the seller.
zmejka
My girls love the Jamaica series and this book was no exception. Jamaica and Brianna are characters with whom they can identify. This story uses warm illustrations and realistic dialogue to convey a very common challenge of dealing with clothes that are passed down and more importantly how comparing our own material possessions to those of others can get in the way of building strong relationships. As a parent, i appreciate the character building elements of the Jamaica books.Love the character building elements.
Beazerdred
I purchased it because of the title and it had a unexpected message to convey. It is overall a good book.
Whitegrove
Book came nicely packaged, and my daughter loves it! I love that Jamaica is a little girl of color that looks, thinks, and behaves like a little girl should. She is not precocious, and comes from a traditional, two parent household. I understand that in this day and age, parents want to introduce their young children to a different definition of family, but for me and my household, I appreciate that my daughter can relate to Jamaica. Thanks to the author and illustrator!
Uscavel
A lovely book. My 5 1/2 loves it and I love the message it conveys.
Zovaithug
Great
Naktilar
Jamaica and Brianna written by Juanita Havill illustrated by Anne Sibley O'Brien

Jamaica and Brianna is a story about two young girls and their rain boots. Jamaica has to wear her older brother plain black boots with a hole in one of the toes while her friend Brianna has pink boots with pink fluff around the top cuff of the boots. Jamaica wants boots like her friend, so she picks at the hole in her boot until it's so big her mom will has to get her new ones. Instead of picking boots like Brianna's she picks boots that are just right for her. Back at school Brianna tells Jamaica that her boots aren't the in thing, and as a response she tells Brianna her boots are ugly. Both girls are sad and unhappy about the things they have said to one another. They end up telling each other that were jealous of each other's boots and they apologize and become friend once again.

I find the subject matter to be relevant to today's children. I don't find that there is any outdated material present in the story. The book presents a very diverse world, which is important for today society.

The reading level of this book is first or second grade reading level. If I were to use it as a read aloud I would also use it in Kindergarten. I believe it could also be used with preschool. The content of the story is understandable and appropriate for preschool through second grade.

The book could be read to the class in one sitting. Most pages only have one paragraph on them with the rest of the page filled up with illustrations. The illustrations are watercolor and do a good job conveying the snowy outdoors and the warmth of inside. It is twenty-five pages long.

The developmental level of Jamaica and Brianna is preschool through second grade. I think it is appropriate for all these levels because you can do different activities depending on the developmental level as follow up. Preschooler will probably need more guidance in discussing the book as opposed to a second grader. However, I believe that preschool through second grade would all be able to relate and understand the book.

The main character in the story is an African-American girl and her friend is of Asian background. And throughout the book the teacher and the other students in the illustration are from a different race or ethnic background. That is not the focus of the book, but with emergent and young readers they tend to study the illustrations, therefore I think that it is important and valuable for them to see.

I would use this book with the whole class because I feel the topic is something that we all experience in life. Therefore, its not specifically targeting a specialized issue one child is going through. It is more of a general feeling or emotion that is felt by all.

The general feeling or emotion in this story is jealously. Jealously is the main topic of the book. The author has a way of conveying that feeling without making it complicated. It's simple and relatively easy to relate to. However, some students will need help relating it to their own lives. I would use this book as a discussion starter or depending on the developmental level and age a writing project.

The downfall of the book is that the main characters are girls. I would like to balance this book with another story about jealously with characters other that girls are the main characters or the story. The values in this book are being thankful for what you have, being proud and friendship.

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