Nobody's Family Is Going to Change

Nobody's Family Is Going to Change

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Through a series of family disagreements over her seven-year-old brother's efforts to become a dancer and her own determination to be a lawyer, eleven-year-old Emma realizes it's up to children to take the initiative since parents rarely change.
Publisher: New York, New York : Lizzie Skurnick Books, [2016]
Edition: Reissue edition.
Copyright Date: ©1974
ISBN: 9781939601490
9781518202803
1518202802
Characteristics: 207 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm

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AbebechBekele
Jul 06, 2016

You should read this book because it talks about how the two siblings handled their future dreams while their father discourages them by telling them that their future dream is worthless.You might learn something from this book as a young age.

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AbebechBekele
Jul 06, 2016

This book is about how a girl and her brother's future dream was discouraged by their father. The girl wanted to become a lawyer and her brother wanted to be a top dancer despite this, their father was disliking their future dreams. Namely, he said, " women layers are stupid" and dance is "sassy". This proves that their father had a flaw because he did not accepted what his children wants for their future.

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AbebechBekele
Jul 06, 2016

If you don't prove your family what you are believing, you might get disrupted because of their misunderstanding or disbelieving about your future dreams.

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