In this funny and inspiring hip-hop-flava’d sequel to The Hoopster, Theresa Anderson takes on one of the baddest monsters of high school — the SAT. Hip-hop High School (Hoopster) by Alan Lawrence Sitomer – book cover, description, publication history. Find great deals for Hip-Hop High School by Alan Lawrence Sitomer (, Hardcover). Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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I didn’t really care that much for Theresa “Tee-Ay” Anderson. The story line was awsome.
Like when Theresa and Cee saw had got caught sneaking to a party because the cops. Hip-High School is the perfect book for reluctant high school readers. Sep 28, Noah Kleckner rated it it was amazing. Hip Hop High school is a great book for me because I am in high school my self. Apr 07, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: And with Devon Theresa wrote every collage that she knew he wanted to apply to. And Theresa spent a lot of time on it. She grows up and watches her best friend, Cee-Saw, fall into the crowd; becoming pregnant and dropping out of school to support herself and the baby.
I would recommed this book to another highschool student who feels like they are going through the same struggles its a good book to read if you feel like that. And from the living to her room.
HIP-HOP HIGH SCHOOL by Alan Lawrence Sitomer | Kirkus Reviews
It had a great twist of instead of something happening to the main character it happened to another character. My favorite scene is when Theresa Tee-Ay siromer in trouble on her first day of high school. The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously.
Theres a boy named Rickee that Tee-ay likes and his there. Sep 29, Kristal rated it really liked it. Everything changes when a new man comes into Theresa’s life: He read it with no problems.
But other than that I would recommend this book to many people that like to know about high school and girls. And your about lawrencce see the roller coaster ride they go through. Well their are many settings in this book. There is also the slow moving storyline which derails and loses the audience near the end. Does it have to be a minimum-wage job at the supermarket collecting shopping carts”, pg.
She was able to get Devon into a college by finishing his admission writing. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended.
Hip-Hop High School
The chapters are short and focused to allow students to feel the accomplishment of finishing, the situations are things that students have likely experienced, and the language reflects that of many of today’s high school students. The fourth reason why I like this book is that on every page it keep me into the book like some others failed to do. Open Preview See a Problem? This echoes the lack of options students are being taught that they have, there is a medium to the two extremes when it comes to careers.
There mentions of hip hop throughout the book but it’s hardly a theme so I don’t know why it’s called what it is.
Wardin, and her friends dropping out of school due schooo poor grades, and family issues. This book is pages long and about a 12 font size so it would be good book for book readers. Sep 28, Demetri J rated it liked it.
Sep 20, Maritza Serrano rated it it was amazing.
And Cee saw threw up in the back of the car. Dec 21, Terrell ssitomer it liked it. It becomes uninteresting and just drags on. Though the language may seem out of touch, the characters and issues certainly are not. During the summer, she does a report on Malcolm X that changes how she thinks about school.
It could be a thriller because it is an existing book for teens and adults. This article needs additional citations for verification. Cee Saw her best friend does have sex with him and gets her pregant and that is a problem because she is only in high school.
Things was going from the morning to the evening to the night. I love this book just thinking that something could have been done for it as you can see. This isn’t a book that I’d put into the hands of many students because I don’t think the positive messages are quite that evident and there’s a lot of garbage in here pot smoking scenes, teen pregnancy, racial violence that are totally glossed over and treated like non-issues.
Which made another, strength that the author had was that the author would describe the narrator making a decision on the inside of her.