5 edition of How we went and what we saw found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Charles McCormick Reeve ...|
|LC Classifications||DS48 .R33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 397 p.|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||04012165|
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How We Went and What We Saw: A Flying Trip Through Egypt, Syria (Classic Reprint) Paperback – June 7, by Charles McCormick Reeve (Author) See all 12 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Charles McCormick Reeve.
What We Saw is a book about rape. It’s about pointing out that there is ZERO blurred line when it comes to consent. It’s about what happened when a girl from the wrong side of the tracks went to a party just “asking for it” and about the boys who decided to give her what she wanted/5(K). How we went and what we saw a flying trip through Egypt, Syria, and the Aegean Islands This book, How we went and what we saw, by Charles McCormick Reeve, is a replication of a book originally published before Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reeve, Charles McCormick, How we went and what we saw.
New York [etc.] G.P. Putnam's Sons, His most recent novel, What We Saw, was published in It's the story of a girl named Kate whose friend is assaulted by student athletes at a party, and how Kate navigates small town politics to find out what really happened.
Aaron lives by the beach in. We’d been on Planet Doom for a year, tunneling beneath the ice to the pitch-black oceans under the frozen crust. Nola’s parents led teams of scientists hunting for something— anything—that suggested we weren’t alone in the universe. And just like they had on every other planet we’d landed on so far, they’d come up with nothing at all.
What We Saw is a book that seems like it was directly influenced by the Steubenville rape trial. It opens with main character Kate Weston coming home from a party with the assistance of her childhood best friend, Ben.
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Parents need to know that author Aaron Hartzler's What We Saw is a serious issue book inspired by real events (the Steubenville High School rape case) that follows the story not from the perspective of the victim but from another young woman who left a party before the sexual assaults began. Protagonist Kate Weston asks the tough questions and is willing to stand up for the victim 5/5.
“A smart, sensitive, and gripping story about the courage it takes to do what’s right.” —Deb Caletti, National Book Award finalist. Critically acclaimed memoirist Aaron Hartzler, author of Rapture Practice, takes an unflinching look at what happens to a small town when some of its residents commit a terrible crime.
The party at John Doone's last Saturday night is a bit of a blur. It’s a book about the high stakes of speaking up, and the razor thin line between guilt and innocence that so often gets blurred, one hundred and forty characters at a time.
Aaron Hartzler’s What We Saw isn’t an easy read, but it’s a book that should be read, whatever your age. We could unzip that backpack, pull out all of those rocks, and leave the ones we no longer need by the side of the trail. It'd make the walk a lot easier. Maybe then my shoulders wouldn't get so tense when Dad lectures me about money or Mom starts a new diet she saw on the cover of.
“What We Saw” by Aaron Hartzler is a book that makes your stomach cringe because of the way teenagers treat each other.
I can’t imagine why people think the things they do are okay. I don’t get it at all. “What We Saw” is the journey of Kate Weston and her determination to discover the truth. What We Saw is a smart, sensitive, and gripping story about the courage it takes to do what’s right. If you’re looking for your next favorite YA author, look no further.
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