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The Whole Story of Half A Girl

Hiranandani, Veera (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
The Whole Story of Half A Girl


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When Sonia's father loses his job and she must move from her small, supportive private school to a public middle school, the half-Jewish half-Indian sixth-grader experiences culture shock as she tries to navigate the school's unfamiliar social scene, and after her father is diagnosed with clinical depression, she finds herself becoming even more confused about herself and her family.
Authors: Hiranandani, Veera
Title: The whole story of half a girl
Publisher: New York :, Delacorte Press,, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 211 p. ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Veera Hiranandani
Summary: When Sonia's father loses his job and she must move from her small, supportive private school to a public middle school, the half-Jewish half-Indian sixth-grader experiences culture shock as she tries to navigate the school's unfamiliar social scene, and after her father is diagnosed with clinical depression, she finds herself becoming even more confused about herself and her family.
ISBN: 9780385741286
0385741286
9780375989957
0375989951
9780375984419
0375984410
Branch Call Number: j HIRANANDA 2012
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Report This Aug 30, 2013
  • niku1234 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

I really enjoyed reading this book. Once I started reading, I didn't put it down. I finished it really quickly and was disappointed when it ended because I had such a good time reading it. I strongly recommend this book to other readers because it's not just your average ordinary book, it's something different.

Report This Sep 13, 2012
  • MEDINASTORYTIME rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

A good story about a middle school girl trying to fit in to her life at home and at school.

This book is so good! I finished in one afternoon. I like how Sonia forgives her friends and family as they do things to her. Like her father; when he disappears and they find him she forgives him. This book has become one of my #1 favorite books.

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  • green_bee_388 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

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Finally, at dinner, while I’m trying to figure out why the tofu is so purple, Mom says, “Kids--” And Dad says, “Wait, I’ll--” And Mom says, “You should--” And Natasha says, “Ha!” because she’s five years younger than I am and doesn’t know what to do with herself half the time. And Dad says, “I have some bad news,” which explains why Mom’s acting strange and probably why the tofu’s so purple. His face looks red and a little puffy, like he’s going to cry. I’ve actually never seen my father cry. Two years ago my uncle died, Dad’s brother, and Dad didn’t cry at the funeral. Not that he wasn’t sad, because he looked sadder than I’ve ever seen him. “I lost my job. I was fired,” he says. His eyes are wide.

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