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The Way It Is

Reid, Donalda J. (Book - 2010)
The Way It Is
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Authors: Reid, Donalda J. (Donalda Joanne), 1943-
Title: The way it is
Publisher: Toronto : Second Story Press, c2010
Characteristics: 282 p. ; 21 cm
Local Note: 20101021 kl
ISBN: 9781897187807
1897187807
Branch Call Number: YA FIC
Statement of Responsibility: Donalda Reid
Subject Headings: High school students Juvenile fiction Indian teenagers Juvenile fiction Small town life Juvenile fiction Prejudices Juvenile fiction Sexism Juvenile fiction
Topical Term: High school students
Indian teenagers
Small town life
Prejudices
Sexism
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Jan 25, 2012
  • CR7FB5 rated this: 1.5 stars out of 5.

Started off sad but then had an overall good ending.!

Jan 25, 2012
  • ArcticFox911 rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Loved it! Like I usually am I wasn't sure at first about the book but I enjoyed it a lot. It made me happy, sad and angry. So far this is one of my favourites.

I thought it was very interesting and kind of Ironic considering I had Histroy and we were talking about the same things. As part Aboriginal myself I found it easy to relate to Tony. Moving around a lot made it easy for me to connect with Ellen. I knew what they were both going through and it would definitley be my summer reading book. I loved everyminute of it whenever I was on my breaks at work I would always pull it out and read. I couldn't get enough of it!

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A small town in the 1960s is not the easiest place for a girl who wants to be a doctor, and falling in love with an Indian boy who lives on the local reserve complicates things further.

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