The Take Back of Lincoln Junior High

The Take Back of Lincoln Junior High Lincoln Junior High is out of money For Andrew and Hannah this means no sports no music and no fun That is until the principal begins a corporate sponsorship program to Take Back the school A few

  • Title: The Take Back of Lincoln Junior High
  • Author: Roseanne Cheng
  • ISBN: 9781940014937
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lincoln Junior High is out of money For Andrew and Hannah, this means no sports, no music, and no fun That is, until the principal begins a corporate sponsorship program to Take Back the school A few advertisements in exchange for cool programs and new technology can t be that bad Or can it

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      Finalist Best YA Fiction, International Book AwardsFinalist Best Pre Teen Fiction, National Indie Excellence Awards

    280 thoughts on “The Take Back of Lincoln Junior High”

    1. This is a great example of teachable literature and the subject of corporate sponsorships is timely! I loved her ability to take the reader through both sides of the argument as the book progresses -- seemingly without bias. So much so, that at times I wondered where it was going to land. (For the record, I didn't see THAT ending coming!) Her characters are sixth graders, and they come across as sweet and identifiable, but a bit older than they perhaps would be in real life. All in all, a wonder [...]

    2. It's impossible for me to be neutral about this review since this book was written by my amazing sister-in-law, Roseanne. That said, if I were a teacher, I'd add this book to my curriculum right now. Not only is this first novel in Roseanne's Teachable Lit series thought provoking for both students and those of us well past our student years, but it comes with its own chapter-by-chapter teaching guide! The Take Back of Lincoln Junior High tells the story of a junior high school divided by the pr [...]

    3. Looking for a book for your middle school aged child to read this summer? THE TAKE BACK OF LINCOLN JUNIOR HIGH would be an excellent choice. This book fits the category of "Teachable Lit" and would give you and your child an opportunity to discuss financial implications of keeping schools open and offering all the opportunities that parents and kids want in their educational experienceE TAKE BACK OF LINCOLN JUNIOR HIGH covers a topic that hits close to home for many school districts. Funding for [...]

    4. The Take Back of Lincoln Junior High by Roseanne Cheng is a fun, yet thought-provoking novel for the middle school years. The author builds her story around the timely topic of the growing practice of commercial sponsorships (and financial support) of public spaces, in this case, a junior high school. As the story unfolds, it reveals both the positive and negative aspects of the impact that such sponsorship and product placement has on the school in a manner that is easy to read, understand, and [...]

    5. Jonathan Swift comes to middle school, and boy, is he fun. But Roseanne's story is more than a satire. It's a coming of age story and a complex treatment of what at first seems like a simple issue: should public schools accept corporate sponsorships?I must say that when I started the book, I knew exactly who I was going to root for and against, but Roseanne is clever. Against all odds, she got me wondering if accepting corporate money might actually be a good idea, despite its very obvious disad [...]

    6. If this book was meant to get kids thinking (and I believe it is), it will accomplish its job. The story is well-written and keeps your attention, and the topic is relevant and relatable.I didn't agree 100% with all of the philosophies (seems to be slightly anti-corporation and pushes the need for more funding for schools), but it did a great job of presenting two sides of an issue and presenting the opportunity for kids to discuss the pros and cons of various issues.Overall, a great read.Please [...]

    7. It was a very good book in my opinion I felt like it had some similarities to the Disney movie "Lemonade Mouth". The book was very entertaining.This book has some very hard realities, but that's what makes you want to turn to read the next page. Normally I don't read this type of book, but I really loved this book.I received this book free, but this is an honest review.

    8. Can I just start off with, Roseanne's way of writing is amazing. I really do love her work. So, when she wrote this story, I was overjoyed. I love this book so so so so much, it's definitely up there with my other favorites. I am so glad that I read this, this is a totally great book that I would recommend to everyone.

    9. I highly recommend this book! Andrew is a nice kid trying to survive middle school by keeping his head down but finds himself getting pulled into the politics of school funding and manipulative in-school advertising. After the first two chapters (that set the stage for the advertising debate but felt a little slow to my 10-year-old) I really connected. There's great tension with his now uncool grade school friend, and fun interactions with teachers and parents. I appreciated the balanced treatme [...]

    10. It is a book for pre-teens, you can totally use it in classroom (it actually comes with a guide of how to use it in classroom) but more than that it's a light reading with a critical message underneath. I was not sure what I would find in this book and was quite delighted at how down to Earth the junior high environment and the kids were depicted. There was a bit of stereotyping and of course a cliché here and there but what really made a difference about this one is that it focus on discussing [...]

    11. I highly recommend this book. It has energy with insight, the very quality bright, young students have that is often overlooked. Roseanne Cheng not only understands students, she understands what makes them tick and the importance of paying attention to their ideas. By telling the story of how students react to cuts in education programs, to corporate support and to being ignored, Cheng captures not only the essence of the young teen, but the hearts and minds of adults who forget how important i [...]

    12. I would highly recommend this book to both middle school students and/or their parents. This is a book about the power of influence - in this case, the influence of corporate sponsors on a middle school. It examines both the positives - funding, increased educational opportunities, and the negatives - the constant bombardment of advertisements and product placements, and the educational trade offs made to receive the funding. The book is really smartly developed to force readers to ask hard ques [...]

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