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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.

Biographie de l'auteur

Jenna Bush Hager is a contributing correspondent on NBC’s Today show and an editor-at-large for Southern Living magazine. She is also the author of the New York Times bestseller Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope, which she wrote after traveling to Latin America in 2006 as an intern with UNICEF. Ana’s Story is based on the life of a seventeen-year-old single mother with HIV who struggles to shield her child from the life she had of abuse and neglect.

Hager remains involved with UNICEF and is currently the chair of its Next Generation initiative, which is dedicated to reducing childhood deaths around the world. Hager holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She is also coauthor with Laura Bush of the children’s books Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It!

Hager is the daughter of former US President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. In 2008, she married Henry Hager, and they have two daughters, Margaret Laura (Mila) and Poppy Louise.



Jenna Bush Hager is a contributing correspondent on NBC’s Today show and an editor-at-large for Southern Living magazine. She is also the author of the New York Times bestseller Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope, which she wrote after traveling to Latin America in 2006 as an intern with UNICEF. Ana’s Story is based on the life of a seventeen-year-old single mother with HIV who struggles to shield her child from the life she had of abuse and neglect.

Hager remains involved with UNICEF and is currently the chair of its Next Generation initiative, which is dedicated to reducing childhood deaths around the world. Hager holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She is also coauthor with Laura Bush of the children’s books Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It!

Hager is the daughter of former US President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. In 2008, she married Henry Hager, and they have two daughters, Margaret Laura (Mila) and Poppy Louise.

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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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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth the Read and Some Reflection 17 mai 2008
Par M. Shaw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
It appears that some readers are put off by the format and the fact that this is not great literature. However, it is a well-enough-written book in an interesting format that can be enjoyed by younger and older readers. It is nonfiction and it is the story that counts and we decide how we respond to it. This is a book that leaves room for response and reflection. No, the story is not told in vivid description nor are the characters developed as a novel would be. It is a straight-forward story that less experienced readers can enjoy. When I say "enjoy" I mean it is a story that one feels connected to and it matters little if we have heard similar stories before. This is about one human being and there is enough in it to lead to discussions among young adult readers that will allow them to share their own meanings as it touches their experience and understandings.I cannot belive that some would doubt that Jenna wrote this? Why? (I cannot help but comment that one very negative reviewerdidn't even spell "matter" correctly.) Jenna is an educated woman and let's get over the fact that her father is President, please. Did she have an advantage by having a recognizable name, sure! But the story is still one that is worthy of the telling and the photo easy-to-read format adds to the uniqueness of the book. It is what it is and what it is,is a good read on an important subject. It need not be more. Someone else can write a book about this topic in a more literary format and many young people who will find enlightenment in this will not read that book. There is room for a variety of books for a varied audience in this world.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Compelling and well-written 23 décembre 2009
Par Rene L. Hinds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought Ana's story because I wanted to see what kind of book Jenna Bush would write. Jenna spent some time as a worker for Unicef, and during this time she interviewed Ana - not her real name - who had been infected with the HIV virus at birth.

Ana's story is enlightening because it reveals how one very real person is coping with living with HIV, through no fault of her own. Jenna did a good job both in telling her story and in providing resources at the end of the book for more information or to help with this growing problem. The book is short; I finished it in just a few reading sessions.

Ana's story is useful to me for another reason: It shows how a young person can make a meaningful contribution. Granted, Jenna Bush is the daughter of a president, but she didn't have to spend time in a third world country and she didn't have to record Ana's story for us. She is a teacher, and it is obvious from her work that she is also a person with a passion.

I recommend Ana's story to anyone, but especially to young people looking for ways they can "make a difference."
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I ordered this for a friend and she loved it. So I am writing this for her 30 novembre 2016
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I ordered this for a friend and she loved it. So I am writing this for her. IT's awesome.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 30 août 2014
Par Anne Wiser - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I ordered this on the recommendation of my daughter-in-law. Very well written book. Gives a different slant on those who live in 3rd world countries facing AIDS. The story was so riveting that I did not want it to end..
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book for teens 8 mars 2009
Par Pat J. Vanhooser - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I run a reading group for middle-school girls. This was a perfect book to get the discussion going on boys, AIDS, step-parents and child abuse. Jenna tells a gripping tale of Ana who has had a tough life and faces many problems in her future. Even though Ana lives in South America she could be from anywhere - even here in the U.S.

This book has short chapters and is written on a 7th grade level - great for kids dealing with grown-up subject matter.
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