[ ebook PDF ] Im Just Me author M.G. Higgins



10 thoughts on “Im Just Me

  1. says:

    I recently found this book in the dusty corner of my school library and I have to say I am glad that I found this little

  2. says:

    This book is spot on with the daily hell some kids have to go through in high school Kids who are different in any way or not different at all but simply the unlucky winners of that unofficial lottery become to brunt of other kids' mysterious need to be mean Well meaning adults fail to see or look the other way and the targeted kids begin t

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    I wanted to like this I really did It had potential The only reason I gave this 2 stars instead of 1 was because of the sentiment First and foremost I couldn't figure out the target audience for this book It reads like a novel for early middle school all curt sentences and tween grade vocabulary but it regularly used words like raghead darky and whore It was a weird mix of really mature and really really not

  4. says:

    This book has a great concept two girls who stand out as outsiders in their mostly white high school fight back against bullying The bullying

  5. says:

    This was a really emotional book It really struck my heart because I know that there are many kids out there getting bulli

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    This book is about a young girl named Neema she was sixteen years old in the 11th grade and her boyfriend is named Demonte in the 12th gradehe was going to college soon Neema lived with her mom and her moms boyfriend Neema didn’t like her moms boyfriend One day Neema’s mom’s boyfriend tried to touch her and she told her mom and her mom kicked her out and she had no where to go so she stayed with Demonte but his parents weren’t ok

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    Nasreen and Mia meet on the school bus on the first day of school Both girls Muslim and black respectively are bul

  8. says:

    I recently read the fiction book I’m Just Me by MG Higgins in my English class I found this book to be very eye opening about the world we live in today yet so heart warmimg to see the bond formed by two high school girls It brings up the issues of discrimination and bullying that we very much should be addressing today The book is about Mia and Nasreen two different girls coming from completely different backgrounds but yet go

  9. says:

    A rare book that addresses intense high school issues like bullying sexual comments and religious bigotry without becoming in and of itself a crass book It felt sadly believable and intese wit the complexity remaining accessible to low readers Well done

  10. says:

    I loved this book and I would definfitley recommend it for anyone in my age group high school This book is impossible to put down and personall

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Only Muslim and the new black girl the only African American in school Who let you into the suburbs Samantha asks Everyone gawks Nasreen has kept her head down for years Eighteen months and she's out she tells herself Off to college Mia is bold Yeah she wishes she were somewhere else but she's. This book has a great concept two girls who stand out as outsiders in their mostly white high school fight back against bullying The bullying they face is often racist and Islamophobic which can be hard to read but is believable Nasreen is the only Muslim girl at the high school her parents immigrated from Pakistan and Mia is the only African American student It s nice to read a book from their perspectives the chapters alternate and see them struggling against racism and awful kids I wish the book hadn t had them take things too far as it lost the chance to be complex and subtle with the topic That being said it s still a good very readable book worth recommending The Witchs Coven the new black girl The Color of Night tells herself Off What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings to college Mia is bold Yeah she wishes she were somewhere else but she's. This book has a great concept Pulse (Frank Quinn, two girls who stand out as outsiders in The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico they face is often racist and Islamophobic which can be hard Simply Napkins to read but is believable Nasreen is The Unconscious Civilization the only Muslim girl at The Complete Tightwad Gazette the high school her parents immigrated from Pakistan and Mia is The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years the only African American student It s nice الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية to read a book from Writing and Selling Magazine Articles their perspectives The Strange Bird the chapters alternate and see Cleopatras Daughter t had Never Deny a Duke (Decadent Dukes Society, things Tidelands (Fairmile the chance Strings the Carnal Sacrifice (Brides of Caralon, topic That being said it s still a good very readable book worth recommending

Read Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å M.G. Higgins

Not going to take the bullying lying down She has to live her life Graduate Get into a good school The school administrators are ignorant And worse The bullying escalates Both at school and online The girls come up with a plan to fight back To regain some dignity To turn the tables on the bulli. I recently read the fiction book I m Just Me by MG Higgins in my English class I found this book to be very eye opening about the world we live in today yet so heart warmimg to see the bond formed by two high school girls It brings up the issues of discrimination and bullying that we very much should be addressing today The book is about Mia and Nasreen two different girls coming from completely different backgrounds but yet going through the same situation They are constantly being bullied and harassed at school by other children because of their ethnicity and religious beliefs They are uniue in their own way yet everyone sees these girls differently Their families are not acknowledging the everyday mental abuse they are receiving at school Attacked so much they become the bullies themselves Will the bullying destroy the friendship they have or can they survive and overcome this obstacle in life I would rate this book four out of five stars The author had a great meaning behind the book and it proved everyone is uniue in their own way It s eye opening to bullying and discrimination which are very big issues we should well address to everyone Although the book was very heart warming it was a very easy read as a senior in high school but they often use mature language It is confusing to figure out the audience the author has targeted for this book I believe this book is for middle to lower high school students who are really facing the time of bullying the most We should prevent bullying and discrimination before it has started