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9 edition of The jumping tree found in the catalog.

The jumping tree

a novel

by ReneМЃ SaldanМѓa

  • 317 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Delacorte Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas
    • Subjects:
    • Mexican Americans -- Juvenile fiction,
    • Mexican Americans -- Fiction,
    • Family life -- Texas -- Fiction,
    • Fathers and sons -- Fiction,
    • Texas -- Fiction

    • About the Edition

      Rey, a Mexican American living with his close-knit family in a Texas town near the Mexican border, describes his transition from boy to young man.

      Edition Notes

      StatementRené Saldaña, Jr.
      GenreJuvenile fiction., Fiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ7.S149 Ju 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination181 p. ;
      Number of Pages181
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6793495M
      ISBN 100385327250
      LC Control Number00060373

        Also, he is very humorous and arranges the book so that you want to keep on turning the page over and over. I recommend The Jumping Tree for middle school kids and boys who want to become real men. Think Before Doing Your Actions! Resolution He returned from the docter's office with his arm resting in a cast that was the bad thing but the good thing is that the girls might be impressed. With his broken arm. Falling action Exposition He missed the branch and a second later.

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COming of Age/Latino Lit/YA The Jumping Tree is the tale of a young Latino boy growing up in Southern Texas. It is arranged as a series of short stories, through which we come to learn who Rey is, and what it means for him to be Latino/5.

In "The Jumping Tree" chapter, Rey breaks his wrist by jumping from a huge mesquite tree in response to a dare from his cousins, then wears his cast as a badge of courage. Spanish words and phrases are sprinkled throughout, but most are understandable from the : Random House Children's Books.

About The Jumping Tree. These lively stories follow Rey Castaneda from sixth through eighth grade in Nuevo Penitas, Texas. One side of Rey’s family lives nearby in Mexico, the other half in Texas, and Rey fits in on both sides of the border.

THE JUMPING TREE by René Saldaña Jr. ‧ RELEASE DATE: May 8, From a series of vivid vignettes of warmly remembered childhood experiences, Saldaña has fashioned a memorable first novel. These lively stories follow Rey Castaneda from sixth through eighth grade in Nuevo Penitas, Texas.

One side of Rey's family lives nearby in Mexico, the other half in Texas, and Rey fits in on both sides of the border. In Nuevo Penitas, he enjoys fooling around with his pals in the barrio; at school, he's one of the "A list" Rey begins to cross the border from childhood into manhood, he.

In "The Jumping Tree" chapter, Rey breaks his wrist by jumping from a huge mesquite tree in response to a dare from his cousins, then wears his cast as a badge of courage. Spanish words and phrases are sprinkled throughout, but most are understandable from the context. Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education The Jumping Tree A Novel.

By René Saldaña Jr. Grades. S. Genre. Fiction These lively stories follow Rey Castaneda from sixth through eighth grade in Nuevo Penitas, Texas. This book is an acceleration assignment for sixth grade reading, to create an extended ending to tie up loose ends the author left. Our class read a short story titled "The Jumping Tree." The story is based around a young man who is worried about fitting in at Junior High.

The story ends with the main character breaking his arm. The Jumping Tree by Rene Saldana, Jr Words 6 Pages The Jumping Tree by Rene Saldana, Jr "Outside my door, I could hear him pacing.

"Apa, the man, was there pacing back and forth like a lion might do to keep his cub safe from all danger. René Saldaña's The Jumping Tree tells the story of Rey Castañeda, a boy growing up in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, where I am from.

This is one genuine book. The things Rey and his friends do in this book are the same kinds of things I did with my cousins and friends growing up/5(8). René Saldaña Jr. has 15 books on Goodreads with ratings. René Saldaña Jr.’s most popular book is The Jumping Tree.

The Jumping Tree by Rene Saldana. Digital Rights Management (DRM) The publisher has supplied this book in encrypted form, which means that you need to install free software in. Product Description: These lively stories follow Rey Castaneda from sixth through eighth grade in Nuevo Penitas, Texas.

As Rey begins to cross the border from childhood into manhood, he turns from jokes and games to sense the meaning of work, love, poverty, and grief, and what it means to be a proud Chicano — moments that sometimes propel him to show feelings un hombre should never express.

Read "The Jumping Tree" by Rene Saldana, Jr. available from Rakuten Kobo. These lively stories follow Rey Castaneda from sixth through eighth grade in Nuevo Penitas, Texas.

One side of Rey's fam Brand: Random House Children's Books. The jumping tree: a novel. [René Saldaña] -- Rey, a Mexican American living with his close-knit family in a Texas town near the Mexican border, describes his transition from boy to young man. These lively stories follow Rey Castaneda from sixth.

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Description. These lively stories follow Rey Castaneda from sixth through eighth grade in Nuevo Penitas, Texas. out of 5 stars Mandie and the Jumping Juniper (Book 18#) Reviewed in the United States on December 3, Mandie and her friends are on their way to Germany to visit the Baroness Geissler.

But their journey gets off to a bad start when their carriage breaks down in the middle of nowhere/5(5). The Jumping Tree by René Saldaña, Jr. Rey Castañeda lives in Nuevo Peñitas, Texas, “a stone’s throw read more.

Rey Castañeda lives in Nuevo Peñitas, Texas, “a stone’s throw from Mexico.”. Get this from a library. The jumping tree: a novel.

[René Saldaña] -- Rey, a Mexican American living with his close-knit family in a Texas town near the Mexican border, describes his transition from boy to. BOOKS. GUYS READ LIBRARY; GUYS AND READING; START YOUR OWN GUYS READ; MORE GUYS STUFF; BLOG; MAIN BOOK PAGE; BOOK OF THE MONTH; READING LISTS; READING LISTS; AUTHORS; The Jumping Tree Rene Saldana Jr.

Genre: Fiction: Page Count: Part of a Series. No: Age Level: 10 — up This book is The Best Almost Great Good Decent Okay. Resolution The Jumping Tree Summary By:Rene Saldana Jr. Create by: Alex Filshill Exposition The Jumping Tree by Rene Saldana Jr.

is about Rey, his cousin Jorge, and his friend Ricky. Rey's cousin, Jorge, was visiting from Mexico. Climax First Jorge jumped then Ricky jumped then.The Jumping Tree is a book about a boy named Rey. He is a Mexican. When he was little, he had an earthquake in his home.

His house got ruined and now half of his famaly moved to south texas to nuevo penitas and the other half to mexico about fifty miles away/5.René Saldaña Jr. graduated from Georgia State University (Ph.D.) with degrees in English and creative writing. He and his family live in south Texas, where he teaches English and writing at the university level.

He is the author of "The Jumping Tree "and "Finding Our Way."/5.