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Days The narrator of these bittersweet verses hasn't seen her mother in years She lives with her father and aunt and studies old photographs of Ludie clinging to distant memories of Running Back PDF \ strolls on winter days But now she's going to see her mother.

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Running Back To Ludie[EPUB] Running Back To Ludie By Angela Johnson Connecfloor.co.uk The narrator of these bittersweet verses hasn't seen her mother in years She lives with her father and aunt and studies old photographs of Ludie clinging to distant memories of strolls on winter.

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review Running Back To Ludie 103 È [EPUB] ✼ Running Back To Ludie By Angela Johnson – Connecfloor.co.uk The narrator of these bittersweet verses hasn't seen her mother in years She lives with her father and aunt and studies old photographs of Ludie clinging to distant memories of strolls on winter days The narrator of these bittersweet verses haAgain to stay with her for a few days in her cabin in the woods She is finally going to discover how it feels to be her mother's daughterSoulful and strong illustrated with expressive black and white drawings this poetry collection explores a tender spirit and an aching hear.

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  • Ginette Rossi

    review Running Back To Ludie 103 Running Back To LudieRunning back to Ludie by Angela Johnson is a snapshot of a young girls life without her mom I enjoyed the writing style in this book but at times it began to get hard to understand I feel this book can really relate to young children missing there parent and the longing they feel to see them I would recommend this book to people who enjoy uick reads or find interest in reading about life from a kids perspective


  • Sandi

    review Running Back To Ludie 103 Running Back To LudieRunning Back to LudieIt read like a first draft that needed detail It felt too short for me to connect to it Basically a young teen wants to know the mother who left her Finally she is allowed to visit and it isn’t as exciting as it seemed But she’s happy to have made a connection Now she won’t think of a blank when someone says mother now she has Ludie Ludie is portrayed as dysfunctional from the point of view of the girl but you have to wonder why she would not only leave her daughter but never visit And after completing the book I still don’t know Did I read too fast Maybe it is a verse novel But if I only skimmed the surface so might young readers whom this book is aimed at Angela Johnson’s book First Part Last was wonderful so I didn’t expect to be so disappointed in Ludie


  • Sesana

    review Running Back To Ludie 103 Running Back To LudieThis is really a very very brief snapshot of a young girl rekindling her relationship with an absentee mother But because it's so brief it really only scratches the emotional surface One of the strengths of a novel in verse is how deeply you can get into a character's heart I missed that here But what can you expect from less than 50 pages I think it just needed space to blossom


  • Naliyaah Clark

    review Running Back To Ludie 103 Running Back To LudieWell I think the book was very shot but it very good