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Genesis begins again / Alicia D. Williams. [print]

By: Williams, Alicia, 1970- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : A Caitlyn Dlouhy Book, Atheneum Books for Young Readers, [(c)2019. Edition: First editionDescription: 364 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeAudience: Age level: Children | Age level: Preteens | Educational level group: Fourth grade students | Educational level group: Fifth grade students | Educational level group: Sixth grade students | Educational level group: Seventh grade students | Educational level group: Eighth grade students | Educational level group: Middle school students | Educational level group: School childrenISBN: 9781481465809; 1481465805; 9781481465816; 1481465813; 9781725494282; 1725494280Subject(s): Human skin color -- Juvenile fiction | Self-esteem -- Juvenile fiction | African Americans -- Juvenile fiction | Moving, Household -- Juvenile fiction | Human skin color -- Fiction | Self-esteem -- Fiction | Family problems -- Fiction | African Americans -- Fiction | Prejudices -- Fiction | Moving, Household -- Fiction | Grade four | Grade five | Grade six | Grade seven | Grade eightGenre/Form: Young adult fiction. | Contemporary realistic fiction. LOC classification: PZ7.1.W555PS3623.W555PZ7.1.W5456.W721.G464 2019COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Chapters 1-33 (untitled)
Awards: Coretta Scott King John Steptoe Award for New Talent (Author) Award, 2020 | Newbery Honor Book, 2020 | William C. Morris Prize Finalist, 2020Summary: This deeply sensitive and powerful debut novel tells the story of a thirteen-year-old who must overcome internalized racism and a verbally abusive family to finally learn to love herself. There are ninety-six things Genesis hates about herself. She knows the exact number because she keeps a list. Like #95: Because her skin is so dark, people call her charcoal and eggplantSummary: Thirteen-year-old Genesis tries again and again to lighten her black skin, thinking it is the root of her family's troubles, before discovering reasons to love herself as is.
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Chapters 1-33 (untitled)

This deeply sensitive and powerful debut novel tells the story of a thirteen-year-old who must overcome internalized racism and a verbally abusive family to finally learn to love herself. There are ninety-six things Genesis hates about herself. She knows the exact number because she keeps a list. Like #95: Because her skin is so dark, people call her charcoal and eggplant

Thirteen-year-old Genesis tries again and again to lighten her black skin, thinking it is the root of her family's troubles, before discovering reasons to love herself as is.

Ages 9-13.

670L lexile

Sentence length: 2 (easy) Word frequency: 1 (very easy) Lexile.

Grade four. Grade five. Grade six. Grade seven. Grade eight. https://www.amazon.com/Genesis-Begins-Again-Alicia-Williams/dp/1481465813/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Genesis+begins+again&qid=1622813012&sr=8-1

Accelerated Reader MG 4.5 11.0.

Accelerated Reader Arkansas Middle grade 4.5 11.0 199648. fsmlib

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Coretta Scott King John Steptoe Award for New Talent (Author) Award, 2020

Newbery Honor Book, 2020

William C. Morris Prize Finalist, 2020

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