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10 thoughts on “Senderos fronterizos

  1. says:

    I purchased a classroom set of this book prior to reading it What relief to find that I did not make a huge and expensive mistake The story is clear and simply written The authenticity of the writer s voice is the strength of the story What captivated me as a reader was Jimenez ability to bring honesty to a difficult relationship with his father and a challenging up bringing with such sensitivity to t...


  2. says:

    I first picked up this book because actually my Dad was reading it, and he recommended it to me He told me the basic summary of it how a boy was living in CA so many years ago, working jobs to support his family, and not even really thinking about himself I got interested, so I decided to read this book The first time I read the book, my initial reaction was wow I have read other books about how a child was the hero, unwittingly and a bit too boastful and predictable , but this is truly fr I first picked up this book because actually my Dad was reading it, and he recommended it to me He told me the basic summary of it how a boy was living in CA so many years ago, working jobs to support his family, and not even really thinking about himself I got interested, so I decided to read this book The first time I read the book, my initial reaction was wow I have read other books about how a child was the hero, unwittingly and a bit too boastful and predictable , but this is truly from the heart I mean, I know the situation right now is not exactly the same as it was long ago right now in the United States Well, not for tweens beg teenagers But, my first reaction was how Francisco handled so much things he had going on for him I mean, he was working early in the day to late in the afternoon to night to support his family, yet he was going to the libr...


  3. says:

    This was a great book that was assigned to my z level reading group this year by my 5th grade teacher It really made you think as in how thankful you should be to have a home, food, nice clothes, schooling, and not having to live in poverty In this book there are 5 children, that are Mexican s, the main characters name is Franscisco, and he is extremly poor, along with the rest of his family His father and other brothers work for very little, to nothing They reminded me a little bit of s This was a great book that was assigned to my z ...


  4. says:

    As posted in I bought Breaking Through without realizing that it was a sequel to The Circuit Nonetheless, you aren t lost if you start with Breaking Through I loved this memoir because it was one of the best portrayal of a migrant family This memoir chronicled the life of Francisco Jimenez from the time that him and his family entered Americ...


  5. says:

    Breaking Through is a good book because it has faith, hope and trust The setting of the book is in the Great Depression This family worked in the fields picking crops They had to move around to find work This family is trying to get to California to get their jobs back Their jobs were taken from them when they were sent back to Mexico by immigration officers The kids have ...


  6. says:

    I am a freshman in high school and was required to read this book for my Spanish class This book was a very realistic description of a life as an immigrant in the United States It described the difficulties of learning a new language and providing for your family with low paying jobs My favorite part of the book was when Francisco s parents went to his high school graduation with him It was touching because it showed their love for him I related to Francisco because he had ambitious goals I am a freshman in high school and was requ...


  7. says:

    I liked this book and I also read the book before this one that is called The circuit they were both good books and I liked what it was about and what Francisco had to pass for when the immigration got him and Roberto and hi...


  8. says:

    Breaking Through by Francisco Jimenez is about a young boy giving his first person account of being an immigrant into California from Mexico His family experiences deportation when they fail to give proof for some of their children living in America Francisco talks about his time in junior high and high school and how he had to work everyday after school and through the weekends to support his family Francisco is really close with his brother Roberto so he always has someone to work with and Breaking Through by Francisco Jim...


  9. says:

    Breaking ThroughFansico Jimenez193Genre biography and autobiographyReading level 5.5Exposition this book takes back in the late 50 60 in a labor camp A child was born in mexico and at a young age he crossed the us boarder with his family After some time of living in the labor camp he always had anxiety on working with his brother, mother, and father Afte...


  10. says:

    In memoir, Breaking Through, by Francisco JimenezThis kid named Francisco crossed the border illegally when he was a little kid with all his family., He studied in Santa Clara, but one day when he was in eighth grade the police patrol found him and wanted to kick him out of the country However, when the police patrol went with his dad, Francisco s Dad showed the police the Green Card it s a card that if you cross the border illegally, Americans can help you to stay in the country and the poli In memoir, Breaking Through, by Francisco JimenezThis kid named Francisco crossed the border illegally when he was a little kid with all his family., He studied in Santa Clara, but one day when he was in eighth grade the police patrol found him and wanted to kick him out of t...


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Senderos fronterizos A La Edad De Catorce Anos, Francisco Jimenez, Junto Con Su Madre Y Roberto, Su Hermano Mayor, Es Capturado Por La Migra Obligada A Abandonar Su Hogar En California, La Familia Entera Viaja En Autobus Durante Veinte Horas, Hasta Llegar A La Frontera Mexicano Estadounidense En Nogales, Arizona En Los Meses Y Anos Subsiguientes, Francisco, Su Madre Y Su Padre, Asi Como Su Hermana Y Sus Cuatro Hermanos, No Solo Luchan Para Mantener Junta A Su Familia, Sino Que Enfrentan Tambien Una Aplastante Pobreza, Largas Horas De Trabajo Y Flagrantes Prejuicios Racistas La Manera En Que Ellos Logran Mantener Su Esperanza, Tenacidad Y Generosa Bondad Se Revela En Esta Emocionante Continuacion De Cajas De Carton Sin Amargura Ni Sentimentalismo, Francisco Jimenez Termina De Contar La Historia De Su Juventud Una Vez Mas Sus Palabras, Sencillas Pero Potentes, Permitiran A Los Lectores Abrir Sus Mentes Y Sus Corazones La Fotografia En La Cubierta Es Del Autor, Edad De Trece Anos, En El Rancho Bonetti En Santa Maria, California Fotografia En La Cubierta Cortesia De Francisco Jimenez

  • Paperback
  • 222 pages
  • Senderos fronterizos
  • Francisco Jiménez
  • Spanish
  • 06 April 2017
  • 0618226184

About the Author: Francisco Jiménez

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