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Return to Sender By Julia Alvarez Return to Sender After Tyler s father is injured in a tractor accident his family is forced to hire migrant Mexican workers to help save their Vermont farm from foreclosure Tyler isn t sure what to make of these work

  • Title: Return to Sender
  • Author: Julia Alvarez
  • ISBN: 9780375958380
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Return to Sender By Julia Alvarez After Tyler s father is injured in a tractor accident, his family is forced to hire migrant Mexican workers to help save their Vermont farm from foreclosure Tyler isn t sure what to make of these workers Are they undocumented And what about the three daughters, particularly Mari, the oldest, who is proud of her Mexican heritage but also increasingly connected her AmericAfter Tyler s father is injured in a tractor accident, his family is forced to hire migrant Mexican workers to help save their Vermont farm from foreclosure Tyler isn t sure what to make of these workers Are they undocumented And what about the three daughters, particularly Mari, the oldest, who is proud of her Mexican heritage but also increasingly connected her American life Her family lives in constant fear of being discovered by the authorities and sent back to the poverty they left behind in Mexico Can Tyler and Mari find a way to be friends despite their differences In a novel full of hope, but no easy answers, Julia Alvarez weaves a beautiful and timely story that will stay with readers long after they finish it.From the Hardcover edition.
    Return to Sender By Julia Alvarez

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    1. Jean on said:

      I had high hopes for this books since Julia Alvarez is such a wonderful writer But I was sorely disappointed and about 3 4 of the way through I just gave up The story is told in two voices, one omniscient with the focus on Tyler and one in first person by Mari Both characters are 11, but other than glimpses of the bullies at school, we don t see very much that ties them to that age group Mari tells her story in the form of letters that are so stilted and overwritten that it strained credibility [...]

    2. Walt on said:

      Julia Alvarez knows how to characterize the blur in the line between right and wrong She knows how to make it clear that reality and morality are continuums and not dichotomies of this or that, up or down, or yes or no There are no absolutes Now, there s an oxymoron We have a long way to go.Alvarez begins with a young man, her protagonist, Tyler, the younger eleven year old son in a family who has survived and thrived by running a dairy farm in Vermont The family s farming heritage is at risk Ty [...]

    3. Arianne Thompson on said:

      I read this book along with my tutoring student it was her going in to 10th grade summer reading assignment I ll try to include both our perspectives, as she s certainly much closer to the intended audience than I am.I tell you what, though I m surprised by the school s choice These students are 14 15 years old, but the book s protagonists, Tyler and Mari, are only 11 I don t believe that the old kids only want to read about older kids saw is universally true of the millions of 9th graders annua [...]

    4. Kelly on said:

      the best part of this book was learning that this punctuation mark is called an interrobang who knew

    5. Anne on said:

      This book disappointed me I would give it 2.5 if I could Julia Alvarez is a brilliant novelist who should probably stick to writing for adults, because her young adult tone comes off as forced, oversimplified, and too young This is a compelling and timely story bogged down by an awkward format, too many exclamation points, and a style that isn t true to Alvarez s lyrical talents.

    6. Scott on said:

      Alvarez, J 2009 Return to sender New York, NY Knopf Books for Young Readers 336 p 978 0375858383 16.99 Gr 4 7.Tyler Paquette s family farm is in trouble after the death of his grandfather and an injury to his father When his family hires some migrant workers from Mexico, Tyler is torn between saving the place he loves and upholding the law of the country he loves As Tyler wrestles with his feelings, he begins to develop a friendship with a daughter of one of the workers, named Mari Alvarez s boo [...]

    7. Donna on said:

      Oh My What a lovely, heartwarming book Tyler s 12 years old father is injured in a tractor accident and in order for the family to continue working the family farmland, they hire migrant workers from North Carolina The Cruze Family members are Mari, Papa, Tio Felipe, Tio Armando, Luby, Offie and Mama Mama was left behind and Luby and Offie are the only members of the family that were born in the United States Most of the book consists of letters that Mari writes to her Mother explaining life on [...]

    8. Janet Frost on said:

      This book was on my list for Hispanic authors with Hispanic characters I was totally engaged with the characters The story was based on several pertinent struggles in our country today The main conflict was concerning migrant workers and the immigration issues But the secondary, and equally as heart wrenching story line was the farm family that is forced to hire the migrant workers in order to save their family farm The young characters genuinely struggle through the minefield of these very adul [...]

    9. Rachel on said:

      I could not put this book down I was engrossed in the story, waiting to see what was going to happen to Mari and her family and wondering how this was going to impact Tyler and the farm The continual shift in perspectives between these two main characters kept me engaged as well I tried to imagine that I was reading this novel as a middle school student, wondering how I would react and whose side I would have been on at that age I appreciated that Tyler was going through a similar struggle tryin [...]

    10. Ms. Sethi on said:

      This book tells the story of two families There are two narrators, fifth graders from each family I loved how the story was realistic about the challenges facing immigrant families and family owned farms in the United States today I loved the format of sometimes telling the story through letters and having Spanish integrated in the book I will be sharing this novel with my students especially as we are talking about immigration and what it means to be an American.

    11. Anne Marie on said:

      The topic of the book and the way the story is related through narrative prose and letters, and also through insightful points of view were really interesting, but ultimately completely overshadowed by how heavy handed, preachy, and condescending the book is There is also very little description of any characters or settings all emphasis is on dialogue and lesson teaching.

    12. AgnesO on said:

      Return to Sender by Julia Alvarez is a moving novel about the realities of migrant Mexican workers, immigration, patriotism, and friendship This chapter book is reviewed by Booklist and Kirkus Reviews It is the winner of the Pura Belpre and the Americas Awards In particular, when Tyler s father gets injured in a tractor accident, the family must hire Mexican workers to help run the dairy farm Eleven year old Tyler soon learns that the Cruz family is undocumented and lives in fear of la migra rai [...]

    13. Laura on said:

      Return to Sender was definitely not something I would have picked up on my own It was assigned reading for my intercultural connections class I don t usually read juvenile fiction but I m working on changing that From the beginning things were a little rocky with this title Even now, while I m trying to write a review, my opinion is still rocky.Tyler is a an eleven year old boy returning to his family s farm after a sabbatical in the city with his aunt and uncle to heal after the death of his gr [...]

    14. Amy on said:

      1 Genre Contemporary Realism 2 Mari s Mexican family and Tyler s American family are bonded unexpectedly as her family works on Tyler s family s farm Though this seems to be a simple business trade, Mari and her father are in America illegally This story is an account of the tribulations they endure together ultimately towards the acceptance of diversity 3 Critique a I m not sure if it s because of my personal beliefs about illegal immigration or if it was simply the way the story was written, b [...]

    15. Christy on said:

      I had to read this book for a children s literature class for pk 8 Honestly, my review may be slightly unfair as this genre just isn t my kind of book.It s about a boy, Tyler, and his family who own a farm They are in danger of losing the farm, and in order to keep it, they hire some Mexican workers who are in the country illegally The book mostly focuses on Tyler and one of the Mexican girls, Mari They are about the same age, and become good friends Overall, I thought the book was really boring [...]

    16. Sara Check on said:

      1.This is a Junior Book, Contemporary Realism.2.Tyler and his family are in jeopardy of losing their farm and the only way to save it is to hire illegal Mexican workers This story of friendships, morals and human decency ties these two families forever.3.A Julia Alvarez has created a plethora cast of fascinating characters in a real life setting where anything seems possible under a blanket of stars The setting of an innocent dairy farm in the state of Vermont and the very controversial subject [...]

    17. Sara Hannon on said:

      1 Contemporary Realism, Junior Chapter Book2 Return to Sender is a book about a family of illegal Mexican immigrants who come to work on a family farm The American family learns tolerance and not to judge because not only do the workers help save their farm, they also teach them about Mexican culture and the importance of the issue of immigration.3 One thing that stood out to me the most from this story was the way it was written Part of the narrative was in a basic narrative form told from the [...]

    18. Daniela on said:

      Grade Level 5 7th gradeMain Characters Tyler and MariSetting VermontPOV third person chapters about Tyler and first person diary entries letters from MariSummary This is a story about undocumented migrant workers told in two different perspectives Tyler is an 11 year old boy whose father was injured and are at risk for losing their dairy farm in Vermont In order to keep their farm, they hire undocumented migrant workers to help keep it running Mari is the same age as Tyler, and her family is hir [...]

    19. 529_Gary on said:

      The Cruz family just wants to earn a living in America They move from North Carolina to Vermont to find a better place to live and work There is one major problem They are illegal aliens in the United States The Cruz family moves into a trailer near the Paquette family and works on their dairy farm Things seem to be going ok but the Cruz family is always on the look out for immigration We learn that the Cruz family is searching for the childrens mother and that she has been held captive by the c [...]

    20. Wendy on said:

      Disappointing definitely not one of her best It s way too long for the middle grade audience actually, it s just too long, but especially for middle grade , repetitious, occasionally preachy I see several comments mentioning it as a teen book, but it s really not the main characters are eleven so no, it isn t that they just seem young , and the language is pretty simple, especially the author s notes in the back Half the book is told in letters, and you see the standard problems Mari apparently [...]

    21. Abby Johnson on said:

      Everything s changing on Tyler s family s Vermont dairy farm After his father had the accident and Tyler s older brother went to college, Tyler s dad had to hire workers from Mexico to help with the milking At first Tyler is appalled their their family would hire illegal aliens, but once he gets to know Mari, daughter of one of the workers, he begins to change his mind Mari writes letters to her mother who has been missing for months and might be dead The alternating viewpoints give a well round [...]

    22. Isabel Briseño on said:

      I did not enjoy reading this book Instead, I was very frustrated by how watered down the many important topics in this book were The overall narrative was dry and boring Further I think, the author did a poor job at developing Mari s character as well as her entire family s struggle Meanwhile, the reader was explained of important events or issues by Tyler, even if they did not pertain to his culture In contrast to Mari, Tyler was intelligent, cultural, daring, learned to be compassionate, and e [...]

    23. Libriar on said:

      A great story about undocumented Mexican workers told from two sides the daughter of a Mexican worker and the son of family that employs the undocumented workers I really got into the story and think Alvarez did a great job showing both sides to a controversial topic I was quite disappointed in how she went about telling both sides though The son s story was told in third person while the daughter s story was told through letters Every time I came back to the son s story it took me several minut [...]

    24. Hilary on said:

      Again, I wonder if I can rate things when I give up on the book, but it was THAT bad The entire plot was cliche, the writing was horrid if she used one exclamation point, I was going to go insane , it was just bad Which is disappointing, because Julia Alvarez is usually really good Anyway, don t try this one.

    25. dianne on said:

      i found this pedantic, prosaic, a real disappointment from Julia.Even for a younger audience i think it borders on insultingly simplistic, Manich ic a definite skip.

    26. Dana on said:

      This book was far preachier than any of Julia Alvarez s other works Also, when you read a lot of one author in a short amount of time, you notice repetitious things Like, when adults call their sons tiger.

    27. Christina N on said:

      The plot was so creative and I loved it Unfortunately, the pacing wasn t right for me, and I didn t pick up the book too much to start reading Still a pretty good read though

    28. Jordan Henderson on said:

      This book was well written, although sometimes it got confusing to follow the different voices It was about a little boy whose father had to hire immigrants to work for him after he is injured The little boy bonds with one of the daughters of the immigrant worker named Mari befriends him She is outgoing than him, while he focuses on his studies she is a little fun loving Tyler is concerned about the status of the workers but finds a friend in Mari who misses her home Together they get through [...]

    29. Natalie Varnell on said:

      Genre Contemporary RealismSummary Return to Sender is a story told through two different perspectives The two voices to be heard throughout the book come from two different twelve year olds One is a son of a farmer, and the other is the oldest of three Mexican daughters working without proper documents on a Vermont farm Tyler is the young boy in this story and he learns that sometimes being wrong is being right Mari is the young girl and through her letters we can see the struggle to be strong w [...]

    30. Kari on said:

      A couple things to note first off, the book is written in a mix of letters that Mari writes and 3rd person narration watching the character Tyler By doing this the reader is able to see things from multiple points of view and creating variety to the story telling At times it felt a bit stilted and if you didn t pay attention to whom the letter was written, it could be a tad confusing.I m conflicted writing this review Parts I really liked and otherst so much This is a hot topic right now, i.e Im [...]

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