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Ana's Story CD: A Journey of Hope [Livre audio, CD, Version intégrale] [Anglais] [CD]

Jenna Bush Hager
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28 septembre 2007

She's seventeen. She's been abused. She has a child. And she's HIV-positive.

She is Ana, and this is her story. It begins the day she is born infected with HIV, transmitted from her young mother. Now she barely remembers her mamá, who died when Ana was only three. From then on, Ana's childhood becomes a blur of faint memories and secrets—secrets about her illness and about the abuse she endures.

Ana's journey is a long one. Shuffled from home to home, she rarely finds safety or love. And then she meets a boy. Berto is one of the only people Ana trusts with all her secrets. That trust puts Ana on a path to breaking the silence that has harmed her and leads her to new beginnings, new sorrows, and new hope.

Jenna Bush has written a powerful narrative nonfiction account of a girl who struggles to break free from a vicious cycle of abuse, poverty, and illness. Based on Jenna's work with UNICEF and inspired by the framework of one girl's life, it is also the story of many children around the world who are marginalized and excluded from basic care, support, and education. Resources included on this audiobook share how you can make a difference to children in need and how you can protect yourself and others.

A portion of proceeds to benefit the U.S Fund for UNICEF.


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Biographie de l'auteur

Jenna Bush shares her mother's love of reading and teaching. Jenna taught elementary school in Washington, D.C. after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004 with a degree in English. She has also written articles for CosmoGIRL! and the New York Times. Her first book, #1 New York Times bestselling Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, is based on her work with UNICEF.


Jenna Bush comparte el amor que su madre siente por la lectura y la enseñanza. Jenna enseñó en escuelas primarias en Wash­ington, D.C. después de graduarse en la Universidad de Texas, en Austin, en el 2004, con una licenciatura en Letras Inglesas. Ha escrito artículos para CosmoGIRL! y el New York Times. Su primer libro, # 1 en la lista de libros más vendidos del New York Times, La Historia de Ana: Un camino lleno de esperanza, está basado en su trabajo con UNICEF.


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  • CD
  • Editeur : HarperFestival; Édition : Unabridged (28 septembre 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0061441546
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061441547
  • Dimensions du produit: 13,8 x 14,4 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Courtesy of Teens Read Too 16 février 2011
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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.

Reviewed by: Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius"
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Amazon.com: 3.8 étoiles sur 5  69 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Journey of Hope -- A Story of Purpose 5 octobre 2007
Par Karen Zacharias - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I read the first 50 pages of this book to a couple of high school classes today, along with the article about the book published in Newsweek. I was surprised by the empathic response from these 10th graders. Several were compelled to share their own stories of HIV/AIDs -- relatives who suffer from it, friends who've died from it. These are students in rural Oregon.
How many of you would tell your friends if you were HIV-positive,I asked. Almost all said they would be too afraid to tell. Afraid of being shunned. Afraid of the shame they'd feel -- even if, like Ana, such shame is undeserved.
Jenna Bush has written a compelling story, in a language that speaks to teens about a subject that remains taboo. Ana's Story should be required reading in schools across this nation.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Reality Bites 30 septembre 2007
Par Ronalda - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Ana's story is an emotional, compelling read. The narrative is simple as it should be - this is not a work of literary art, it is a factual telling of the events of Ana's life. The simplistic nature of the telling allows you to focus not on Jenna Bush's words, but on Ana's story and her ability to rise above and beyond her circumstances. It places HIV, poverty, and abuse in a personal context and provides information and resources to teens in a fresh way. Beautiful photos add to the appeal of the story. An easy read, but well worth the time.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 An important story that needs to be told 29 septembre 2007
Par Kim Baccellia, "YA Books Central reviewer" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
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. Living with her strict grandmother, she learns to keep secrets-secrets about her infection and the abuse 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.

This story is based on Jenna Bush's work with UNICEF. This narrative nonfiction tale is an important story about HIV and also lists resources on how to be better educated about the infection.

I loved the premise of this piece and do feel that Jenna Bush had good intentions as she shares the story of a teen's life with HIV. I feel that teens will be able to relate with the struggles of Ana. I also feel it's important that teens know the facts of HIV. Knowledge is power.

What didn't work for me was how telling this story was. Instead of showing the reader the story, Ms. Bush tells. I know this is a narrative nonfiction book but still I felt the author missed opportunities to make Ana's story stronger.

Still the fast pace of the story will appeal to reluctant readers. And the story is an important one that needs to be told.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't hate her because of who her father is 5 janvier 2008
Par C. kalinowski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I think it's sad that in most of the negative reviews that it was about Mr.Bush rather than about the book. I think what Jenna is doing with her life is wonderful and it wasn't long ago that these same people were bashing her and her sister for being party girls.
If you have issues with her father that's one thing but she doesn't control her father.

As for the writing in the book..I do think it's silly to say it's written poorly and that it's not enough to hold a readers attention.
IT WAS WRITTEN FOR TEENS!
Also, why not give credit where it's due. She is over there helping when she doesn't have to be.
ALSO when is still living your life with the war going on a crime..aren't we all living? Planning a wedding is something she should be doing..why punish her!
As for her "daddy not passing the bill on childrens healthcare" how would that help over there? that had to do with the U.S.

I think it's a wonderful story and my 9 year old cared and wasn't forced to read it. SOME KIDS are raised to care about others and would want to read this.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Courtesy of Teens Read Too 13 décembre 2007
Par TeensReadToo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
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.

Reviewed by: Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius"
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