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Jip: His Story (Puffin Modern Classics) epub ebook

by Katherine Paterson

Jip: His Story (Puffin Modern Classics) epub ebook

Author: Katherine Paterson
Category: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Puffin Books; Reissue edition (June 2, 2005)
Pages: 192 pages
ISBN: 014240411X
ISBN13: 979-0142404118
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 648
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Katherine Paterson has twice won the Newbery Medal, for her young adult novels Jacob Have I Loved and Bridge to Terabithia . Series: Puffin Modern Classics. Paperback: 192 pages.

Katherine Paterson has twice won the Newbery Medal, for her young adult novels Jacob Have I Loved and Bridge to Terabithia, as well as the National Book Award, for both The Master Puppeteer and The Great Gilly Hopkins. She received the Hans Christian Andersen Award for the body of her work, and was National Ambassador for Young People's Literature. Mrs. Paterson lives in Vermont.

This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Another triumph for Paterson, "Jip" tells a "historically accurate story (that's) full of revelations and surprises" ("Publisher's Weekly"). An abandoned boy turns to his only friend to help him make sense of his past, after a menacing stranger comes to town claiming to have been sent by his father. While living on a Vermont poor farm during 1855 and 1856, Jip learns his identity and that of his mother and comes to understand how he arrived at this place.

His triumphant story is one that will move readers to joy and despair, laughter and tears.

All summer, Jess pushed himself to be the fastest boy in the fifth grade, and when the year's first school-yard race was run, he was going to wi. ut his victory was stolen by a newcomer, by a girl, one who didn't even know enough to stay on the girls' side of the playground. Then, unexpectedly, Jess finds himself sticking up for Leslie, for the girl who breaks rules and wins races. This timeless Newbery Honor Book from bestselling author Katherine Paterson about a wisecracking, ornary, completely unforgettable young heroine. His triumphant story is one that will move readers to joy and despair, laughter and tears.

Jip: His Story, Katherine Paterson Jip, His Story, is a 1996 children's book, written by American novelist Katherine Paterson

Published October 1st 1998 by Puffin Books (first published October 1st 1996). Jip: His Story, Katherine Paterson Jip, His Story, is a 1996 children's book, written by American novelist Katherine Paterson. Set in Vermont, during the 1850s, it focuses on a 12-year-old orphan, named Jip, who was abandoned as an infant, and mistaken for a gypsy because of his skin color. Jip works at a poor farm, where mentally ill residents are housed.

While living on a Vermont poor farm during 1855 and 1856, Jip learns his identity and that of his mother . Who is this man, and could he possibly know something about Jip’s past? About Jip: His Story (Puffin Modern Classics). Winner of the Scott O’Dell Award for Historical Fiction.

While living on a Vermont poor farm during 1855 and 1856, Jip learns his identity and that of his mother and comes to understand how he arrived at this place. They tell Jip he tumbled off the back of a wagon when he was small, and no one ever came back for him. He never had a reason to question this tale–but then a stranger shows up and begins asking about him around town. Who is this man, and could he possibly know something about Jip’s past?

A highlight of Puffin’s middle grade series is Puffin Modern Classics, the home to award-winning contemporary classics, including A Long Way from Chicago . Jip: His Story (Puffin Modern Classics). 101 Ways to Bug Your Parents.

A highlight of Puffin’s middle grade series is Puffin Modern Classics, the home to award-winning contemporary classics, including A Long Way from Chicago, Summer of the Swans, and Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes. Puffin prides itself on constantly reinventing classics to reach new generations of readers. The Puffin Chalk update to the Classics line, for example, combines time-honored stories with energetic, modernized artwork that echoes the whimsy of childhood.

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By Katherine Paterson. Inscribed, signed, dated by the author on title page. Title: Bridge to Terabithia. Katherine Paterson (Puffin Modern Classics) Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Author: Katherine Paterson ISBN 10: 0140312609. Publisher: Puffin Books ISBN 13: 9780140312607.

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item 2 Jip His Story(Paperback Book)Katherine 996-Acceptable -Jip His Story(Paperback Book)Katherine 996-Acceptable. Another triumph for Paterson, Jip tells a historically accurate story (that's) full of revelations and surprises ( Publisher's Weekly ).

Jip, His Story is a 1996 children's book written by American novelist Katherine Paterson

Jip, His Story is a 1996 children's book written by American novelist Katherine Paterson. Set in Vermont during the 1850s, it focuses on a 12-year-old orphan named Jip, who was abandoned as an infant and mistaken for a gypsy because of his skin color. Jip works at a poor farm where mentally ill residents are housed. Jip discovers that he is the part-black child of an escaped slave and that he has been claimed as the property of a slave-owning farmer.

While living on a Vermont poor farm during 1855 and 1856, Jip learns his identity and that of his mother and comes to understand how he arrived at this place.
Reviews (7)
Bolv
Great story from a great author. Good insights on race issues back in that day. I only ever taught 3rd grade in my 41 years of public school teaching, but I think this would be a good read-aloud book for 5th grade and up.

Dellevar
One of the BEST books I have EVER read! seriously!!! would make an incredible movie. Would recommend to young or old readers.

GAMER
In the book Jip: His Story by Katherine Paterson, a boy named Jip, who is living on a poor farm, sets out to get away from a slave catcher. After starting a life-long friendship with the local maniac, Put, Jip is suddenly found by a stranger who claims to know about his real father. Jip is not sure what to do, but when the stranger tries to catch him along with a slave catcher, Jip takes Put and goes to the Stevens' house for help. The Stevens' are people who told Jip about his past and offered to help out of danger.
This was an amazing book that I really enjoyed reading. The plot line was incredible and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good adventure story. One of the best parts of the plot is when Jip was trying to find his schoolteacher who promised to help him if anything bad happened. When he was almost there, he saw the slave catcher and some dogs that he had gotten to know started barking so the slave catcher knew someone was there. The only flaw with this book is that it took a while to get to the good part, so for the first few chapters, I didn't really care for the story. When I finished the book though, it was worth it. Throughout the story, I had feeling when I was actually in the book actually seeing what was happening first hand even though I was only reading a book. The one time I could feel myself not actually reading the book and like I was part of the book, was at the very end of the story, which I don't wish to give away at this time. The text gave me a very detailed picture in my mind allowing me to feel like I was in the story.
The plotline shown above only gives you the story at a glance. You will have to read through the entire book to get the good details. The book also comes complete with one heck of a good ending.
This book is great. With an interesting plot line and good storytelling suspense, I couldn't stop reading it. Anyone who doesn't read this book will miss a story of amazing proportions. I hope this review helps anyone who wants to know what this book is about.

deadly claw
In the book Jip: His Story by Katherine Paterson, a boy named Jip, who is living on a poor farm, sets out to get away from a slave catcher. After starting a life-long friendship with the local maniac, Put, Jip is suddenly found by a stranger who claims to know about his real father. Jip is not sure what to do, but when the stranger tries to catch him along with a slave catcher, Jip takes Put and goes to the Stevens' house for help. The Stevens' are people who told Jip about his past and offered to help out of danger.
This was an amazing book that I really enjoyed reading. The plot line was incredible and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good adventure story. One of the best parts of the plot is when Jip was trying to find his schoolteacher who promised to help him if anything bad happened. When he was almost there, he saw the slave catcher and some dogs that he had gotten to know started barking so the slave catcher knew someone was there. The only flaw with this book is that it took a while to get to the good part, so for the first few chapters, I didn't really care for the story. When I finished the book though, it was worth it. Throughout the story, I had feeling when I was actually in the book actually seeing what was happening first hand even though I was only reading a book. The one time I could feel myself not actually reading the book and like I was part of the book, was at the very end of the story, which I don't wish to give away at this time. The text gave me a very detailed picture in my mind allowing me to feel like I was in the story.
The plotline shown above only gives you the story at a glance. You will have to read through the entire book to get the good details. The book also comes complete with one heck of a good ending.
This book is great. With an interesting plot line and good storytelling suspense, I couldn't stop reading it. Anyone who doesn't read this book will miss a story of amazing proportions. I hope this review helps anyone who wants to know what this book is about.

Sennnel
This book is written by Katherine Paterson and is a Historical Fiction book. The setting was a small farm in Vermont in the 1850s. The main character was a 12-year old boy named Jip. When he was little, he was thrown off a wagon-cart by his mother. Nice folks who lived in a farm took him in as their child. The farm hosted guests who were ill or had physical issues. One day, they found a "lunatic" called Putnam Nelson. Everyone believed that Putnam was raving mad, but Jip knew that he was actually a kindhearted gentleman. Some months later, he found out from a "stranger" that he was actually partially black. He also found out that he was the son of an escaped slave, and that his life was at high risk. Consequently Putnam and Jip escaped together on the Underground Railroad. When he was almost captured by the schoolhouse, the teacher found him and told him that she was his mother and her "friend", Luke, was his father. The book ended where Luke, Jip, Putnam, and the teacher escaped to a faraway city.
I gave this book a 4 out of 5 star rating. It shows how some people aren’t as “lunatic” as other people think. It also gives an example of how we can show kindness toward people with mental problems. I didn’t give it a 5 because the ending wasn’t very exciting.

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