I'm asking for peace from you Oh River
Title: Peace I Ask Oh River
Winning Read …….. Recommended … 4 Stars
1. Chapter entitled "Return From Civilization" from reading the face to "Eleanor". "My mother writes to me to write" Do not want to leave the bed The mother decided to move her daughter to her feet, first caught her El PJ to throw her in the wash, she came back to the field and came back in a magazine El the summer El Campbell spent his summer camp at the Nichia camp, camp camp leader in the summer, Nichia's traditions, teaches rituals for campers, and the like. When Tiffin appears, the perfect summer of El falls fast on the hill.
Summer has really started, really everything goes really well El waits for the amusing summer, and El and his best friend, Katie, have led the camp together with all the other counselors to get the cabin duties and some "background" information about a caravan, reportedly Tiffin is perhaps violent and "a little spoiled".  Tiffin Ramsey; Tiffin, angry, without control, the campaign of the governor of the state is not a happy caravan. In the first hour, bite another camper. El and Katie will soon conquer in summer romance, ride and try to figure out what makes Tiffin. Tiffin does not try to follow the rules, finds the camp under the underwater water, will not attend the rites of the camp, he will not pick up the KP, leave his cabin at rest, play with basketball, leave the group and it frightens a small child, radiating a glowing starry, and behaves coldly for everyone, and vandalizes one of the cabinets. El's happy summer was filled with light spiritual spirals to a nightmare. The worst part of summer, when she finds out she is coming home and starts writing in her mother's diary; the fact that although he is not responsible for Tiffin's actions, he did not make friends with this unpleasant, cheerful little girl who was willing to do almost everything to get acquainted with the parents who seemed too busy to notice their children's wishes.
Peace Ask You Oh River Lyda Phillips has proven that she is dealing with stationery. Phillips has produced a new award-winning winner of the 2006 Children's Fiction 2006 Writer's Digest International's published books. Written by Phillips in English, this easy-to-read, well-talked tale in such a way as to preserve the page for the reader. This is not an amusing story coming in the teens age in the midst of the summer camp's glitter. This is a stunning reading that can help the reader take a moment to reflect on how Tiffin was treated and his self-destructive way. The lack of empathy shown by campers and consultants is astonishing.
Peace I Ask You Of Oh River relies on discussions with high school readers on how to deal with those with psychological problems. The book is easy to read that helps senior elementary and teen student students better perceive the problem and behavior of others through the narrative vehicle. From the camp co-ordinator who was too unwilling to see what was happening, young adult counselors who did not want to deal with them and did not deal with training or experience desperately lonely, wanting a child to campers who might have more empathy if the adults took over the lead, each of the children involved was a full-bodied, wart and developed into all very persuasive personalities.
The refusal to deny the camp manager was particularly troublesome because a mature woman she should know better taught the self-confident behavior of teenage counselors and the factual representation of undocumented campers. The confused little girl is particularly difficult to read to me; For me, a teacher and a parent, children struggling with the problems, are most in need of calm, sympathy, and acceptance. He resembles very much, he was in great need, and had little to do with what he wanted. 19659005. Not everybody, in some situations and in a few languages, some school librarians and / or parents do not want children to read the book. I ask questions about peace Oh River can be an excellent choice for counselors and educators who are willing to guide reading and should not miss what is often the actual behavior and language presented by society
Genre Young Adult  Author: Lyda Phillips  Reading level: Ages 12 -16
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. IUniverse 2021 Pine Lake Road Ste Lincoln, NE 68512