|Author:||Valerie J. Weber|
|Title:||I Come from Ukraine (This Is My Story)|
|Format:||mbr txt doc azw|
|ePUB size:||1648 kb|
|FB2 size:||1717 kb|
|DJVU size:||1959 kb|
|Category:||Literature and Fiction|
|Publisher:||Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens Pub (July 1, 2006)|
This Is My Story" is a series published by Weekly Reader Early Learning Library, which very aptly introduces young readers (ages 9-12) to children who immigrated to the United States. Books in the "This Is My Story" series include those on: Afghanistan, Chile, South Korea, and Ukraine. Found in the juvenile nonfiction literature department of public.
I Come from Ukraine (This Is My Story). 0836872452 (ISBN13: 9780836872453).
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This is my Story at TED conference. Sue Klebold – School counselor. The last time I heard my son’s voice was when he walked out the front door on his way to school. He called out one word in the darkness: Bye. It was April 20, 1999. I’m trying to understand how his suicidal thinking led to murder. After a lot of reading and talking with experts, I have come to believe that his involvement in the shootings was rooted not in his desire to kill but in his desire to die. The third challenge I have when I talk about my son’s murder-suicide is that I’m talking about mental health - excuse me - is that I’m talking about mental health, or brain health, as I prefer to call it, because it’s more concrete. And in the same breath, I’m talking about violence