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|Topic:||Principles, Nursing||Publication Year:||2007|
|Title:||Ana's Story A Journey Of Hope||Language:||English|
|Field of Study:||Medicine||Modified Item:||No|
|Author:||Jenna Bush||Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States|
|Special Attributes:||Dust Jacket||ISBN:||9780061379086|
|Ana's life is a collection of bits and pieces of her past. Infected with HIV at birth, she's unaware of many details of her early childhood and barely remembers her mother. Living with her strict grandmother, she learns how to keep secrets secrets about her infection and about the abuse she endures at home. But after Ana falls in love and becomes pregnant at seventeen, she begins a journey of hope a journey of protecting herself and others. She is living with HIV, not dying from it. Jenna Bush tells of Ana's struggle to break free from the cycle of abuse, silence, and illness with passion and eloquence. But this is not just Ana's story. It is also the story of many children around the world who are marginalized, neglected, and mistreated.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||59075591|
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|Grade from||Ninth Grade|
|Target Audience||Young Adults Audience|
|Author||Jenna Bush Hager|
|Illustrated by||Baxter, Mia|
|Lc Classification Number||Rc606.55|
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Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com First Daughter Jenna Bush spent time during an internship with UNICEF working throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. During that time, she met a young girl named Ana. This is Ana's story, and it's one filled with hurt and abuse, with illness and disease, but also with hope and triumph. Ana was born with HIV/AIDS. She knew, from the time she was young, that she was different from many other children. She was sick, and she didn't understand why. When she loses first her mother and then her father to AIDS, Ana knows pain and heartbreak. And then the abuse starts, from uncaring relatives to whose homes she gets shuffled around to. Ana's life seems to take a turn for the better when she finds a center that specializes in the treatment of her disease -- and when she meets Berto, a young man with whom Ana can, for the first time, share the secret of her illness. What once seems like a death sentence turns into the longing to have as normal a life as possible, including an education, a family, and a future with Berto. ANA'S STORY is both Miss Bush's story of serving as a UNICEF ambassador and Ana's story of wanting a better life for her young daughter, who was born without the HIV/AIDS virus. It's at times both sad and uplifting, but above all serves as a reminder that this disease is a very real problem that demands a solution. Filled with several photographs and written in short, easy-to-read chapters, it's the story of one brave young adult for all young adults.
Excellent book! Arrived as advertised!
The book was interesting.I liked the way it explained about children and Hiv, and how it affects there life. It had plenty of information to where you could contact certain athorities about just about anything. I did not like how it just ended. I felt like it was a total waste of time reading it, considering you dont know the rest of the story.It states that Ana is going to finish the story herelf, but when will that be? I bought it because i like to read true life stories.But this one disappointed me simply because of the way it ended.
This book was excellent!
This was an excenellt book! it was easy to read and easy to understand. it give's you a better understanding on the younger people living with HIV/AIDS I have a sixteen your old daudgher and I would have her read it. Ana's story is a perfect example of not judging a book by the cover..
Excellent book. Well written and easy to read. Read the entire book in 2 nights. Very eye opening to the average american. This book is good for both the adult reader and the young adult as well. Would like to see Jenna Bush write more books, I would buy them without a doubt. Good Job.