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    Sharon Draper
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    Scholastic Paperbacks (August 1, 2002)
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Jazzimagination book. Meet Jasmine - Jazzy for short.

Meet Jasmine-Jazzy for short. This book leaves room for readers to write their own journal thoughts. ISBN13: 9780439265775.

Jazzimagination: a journal to read and write (Scholastic, 1999). Many of Draper's books for children and young adults contain mature and serious themes, such as death, grief, and abuse. Drum Beats (Scholastic, 2001) cowritten with Charlene Potts. Draper has said that she uses these themes as they are "the realities of life" for many young people. One major theme touched on in Draper's Out of My Mind, which tells the story of a young girl with. cerebral palsy, is young people and disabilities. Vasan and Jose state that by writing through the eyes of a girl who cannot physically walk or talk, Draper empowers readers who have disabilities.

Interview with Sharon M. Draper. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Interview with Sharon M. Margaret A. Edwards Speech given by Sharon M.

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Sharon Draper (Draper, Sharon). used books, rare books and new books. Jazzimagination: A Journal to Read and Write: ISBN 9780439265775 (978-0-439-26577-5) Softcover, Scholastic Paperbacks, 2002. Sassy Little Sister Is Not My Name. Find all books by 'Sharon Draper' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Sharon Draper'. Copper Sun. by Sharon Draper. ISBN 9781428122536 (978-1-4281-2253-6) Recorded Books, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'Copper Sun'. by Sharon Draper, Sharon M.

I am truly passionate about what I do. I learned to dream through reading, learned to create dreams through writing, and learned to develop dreamers through teaching. I shall always be a dreamer. Come dream with me. -Sharon M.

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2000) A Journal to Read And Write A non fiction book by Sharon M Draper. August 2002 : USA Paperback. Thirteen-year-old Jazzy writes about everything from school and boys to getting older and death. Readers will find her journal entries inspiring and thought-provoking, and they'll find space to record their own feelings, too. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Sharon Draper's Jazzimagination.

A Note to Readers from Author Sharon Draper So much about empathy and acceptance is taught in this book.

A Note to Readers from Author Sharon Draper. So much about empathy and acceptance is taught in this book. It is engaging to read and see how Melody navigates classroom life and proves to others (with some technological assistance) that she is not a shell, but a person with a lot to say. If I had read this before my daughter, I probably would have wrongly assumed she could not handle it. Well, she and her classmates probably handled it better than me.

Scholastic's 1997 National Teacher of the Year, Sharon Draper, has written an unusual and fascinating book for middle-grade and YA girls that's part journal and part novel.Meet Jasmine---Jazzy, for short. She's a thirteen-year-old with lots of thirteen-year-old things going on in her life. Things she likes to write down in her journal. Jazzy wonders about who she is, her parents, her school, boys (of course)---normal stuff. But she also thinks about her body, getting older, and death. Jazzy is a teenager like most. But, by reading her entries, this journal not only gives the reader a chance to see that their feelings and emotions are sometimes shared by others, it also gives the reader a place to write what they might be feeling, as well.