[PDF] Riding Freedom | by ☆ Pam Muñoz Ryan Brian Selznick


  • Title: Riding Freedom
  • Author: Pam Muñoz Ryan Brian Selznick
  • ISBN: 9780439087964
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback

  • [PDF] Riding Freedom | by ☆ Pam Muñoz Ryan Brian Selznick - Riding Freedom, Riding Freedom Charlotte Parkhurst is raised in an orphanage for boys which suits her just fine She doesn t like playing with dolls she can hold her own in a fight and she loves to work in the stables Charlotte h
    Pam Muñoz Ryan Brian Selznick
    Pam Mu oz Ryan is the author of the New York Times Best Seller, ECHO, a 2016 Newbery Honor Book, and winner of the Kirkus Prize She has written over forty books for young people picture books, early readers, and middle grade and young adult novels She the author recipient of the NEA s Human and Civil Rights Award, the Virginia Hamilton Literary Award, the Willa Cather Award, the Pura Belpr medal, the PEN USA award, and many others Her novels include Esperanza Rising, Riding Freedom, Becoming Naomi Le n, Paint the Wind, The Dreamer, and Echo She was born and raised in Bakersfield, California, holds a bachelor s and master s degree from San Diego State University and lives in north San Diego county with her family.

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    Commentaires:

    Lena
    Riding Freedom starts a bit slow, but by the end, I wished there was Maybe the author kept it short for a young audience, or maybe there s just not a lot known about our subject, Charlotte Charlie, the heroine of this historical fiction biographical novel Whatever the case, I was left with questions about her life We know she lived as a man until she died and never married or revealed her secret But I wondered if her childhood friend ever returned to help her run the ranch that was their dream [...]

    Afton
    I totally loved this book I didn t discover it was a true story until the final chapter I thought a lot about how I admire those who can train horses without fear They are smart animals, but they are huge The final few chapters were set in Watsonville, CA Jonathan and I lived there at the beginning of our marriage It is so pretty there and home to the world s largest grower of strawberries The author did a great job describing the land s beauty It s the story of the first woman who voted She was [...]

    Casie W
    This book is about a girl that is stuck at an orphanage only because the person in charge of the orphanage keeps on hiding her when it comes to the day of adoption So everyone thinks the orphanage has only boys when it actually has one girl along with the boys She eventually runs away and spends majority of her life trying to survive by pretending to be a boy She spends the rest of her life hiding from the orphanage and anyone that would send her back to the orphanage Charlotte Parkhurst is dete [...]

    Megan Lane
    Possibly closer to three It s hard to judge chapter books because there s so little time for character development But Ryan did a surprisingly good job in this for only having 138 pages to work with.My only real issue is that it s bordering on feminism, which is a slippery slope Men and women have their roles, but also, the character was in a pretty awful situation.Anyway, it s a good story I don t really feel like analyzing the morals and everything right now I enjoyed reading this a lot Horses [...]

    Allie
    Riding Freedom is a historical fiction book by Pam Mu oz Ryan that is based on the actual person, Charlotte Charley Darkey Parkhurst The person is real, but most of the story is just from the author s imagination I really enjoyed reading the beginning, when I am introduced to Charley and how she was so strong to survive multiple fevers and even a large crash that killed her parents instantly when Charley was two and a half years old I think the title is called Riding Freedom because in the first [...]

    Sylvia
    This historical fiction book is based on Parkhurst s life and experiences Although this book has a slow and tragic beginning, it picks up speed as it moves along Charlotte was raised as an orphan with all boys She eventually ran away and spent her life disguised as a man Because she was disguised as a man, she was the first woman ever to vote even though no one realized she was a woman until her death As a woman living in the 1800 s, Charlotte had to maintain her disguise in order to live the li [...]

    Sherri
    I read this with my son as part of a school assignment It was wonderful Based on a true story I love those Well written and great messages I love books where everything works out in the end after a lot of adversity.

    Mia
    This book is awesome I read it a long time ago, but I still remember parts that I would say, but don t want to ruin the story for you READ THIS BOOK IF YOU HAVE SINCE just kidding

    Alan T.
    This story is about a kid that likes to ride freedom with his horse around the place he lives in So the kids parents bought him a horse at the age 9 because he really wanted one like he would beg his parents to buy him one so one day his parents went to a ranch where they sell the horses and they sall a cheap nice looking horse so they decided to buy it for his son so the parents go to the house and get the trailer and go back to get the horse after that they get home and the kid get really happ [...]

    Elise
    A lovely story of a girl who fought for her dreams I wished it was longer xD

    Abigail Lutz
    Riding Freedom is a wonderful historical fiction text that tells the story of Charlotte Parkhurst Taking place in the mid 1800 s, Charlotte s life is far from what you might expect of a female born in the northeast After being orphaned in a carriage accident as an infant, Charlotte s life is full of adventure after she runs away and begins her life as a stable hand disguised as a boy Learning to be a stage coach driver and moving out west to California to buy her own farm, Charlotte doesn t doub [...]

    Cesar
    Riding Freedom by Pam Mu oz Ryan is a Historical Fiction book The setting of this book takes place in California sometime during the women s suffrage Some main characters would be Charlotte Charley which is the main character, Mr Mill Shark which is kind of like the bad guy, Hayward which was Charlotte friend, and Ebeneezer which helped Charlotte a lot.The Conflict that basically started the story is that she did not want to stay in a orphanage behind the kitchen for the rest of her life The sol [...]

    Jennifer Ricks
    Great read for advanced elementary school readers boys or girls I ve always loved stories like this, and being based on fact makes it all the better I would have loved this as a kid.As an adult, my reaction is a little different I really enjoyed it the whole way through, but I found it really depressing in the end that Charley never came out in the open until she died Okay, so I guess the fairytale lover in me wanted her and Hay to get married I realize now that Ryan had to stick to some basic f [...]

    librarian4Him02
    Plot Charlotte Parkhust lived in a boys orphanage after the death of her parents She left the orphanage after her best friend was adopted After that she disguised herself as a boy and learned to drive a stagecoach She made her way in the world at a time when most doors were closed to women Why I picked it up This is another book a committee I m on is considering for our annual one book, one county reading event.Why I kept reading Charlotte was such a strong, inspiring character The author brough [...]

    Emily Bell
    I read this book for my Children s Literature class and was a little disappointed I never experienced much of an attachment for the characters after the first few chapters Charlotte in the orphanage was spunky and full of personality, but Charley the stagecoach driver seemed a stiff and purely biographical telling of a person who lived a long time ago I felt only confusion about the relationship between Charlotte and her friend Hayward I did enjoy the adventures Charley faced in her life, but I [...]

    Alize Ginel
    Charlotte is a girl who lived in a boys orphanage because when she was a baby her parents in a accident , she also lived in the time period of women s rights Charlotte loved horses In the orphanage there were horses where the boys there would have races Charlotte wasn t allowed to race because she was a girl not only was she not allowed to race but she was not allowed to be adopted.One day Charlotte had the bravery to run away from the orphanage She didn t want to live there When Charlotte ran a [...]

    fridasinvida
    Este peque o libro es precioso Nos cuenta sobre la vida de una chica que debe hacerse pasar por hombre para vivir una vida digna Nos habla de la libertad, de la perseverancia y de lo importante que es tener personas que crean en nosotros Qui n puede seguir diciendo que una mujer no puede trabajar y votar como un hombre

    Laura Hodgins
    Fascinating woman, never had heard of her before.

    Carolyn
    Set in the 1800s, this short book chronicles the life of a girl who overcomes tragic circumstances to live the life she wants to live There are also a few touches on the women s suffrage movement Those parts seemed a bit forced but worthwhile at the end when I found out this book is based on a true story A nice, short novel for 3 4 graders.

    Louisa Lesté-lasserre
    I really think this was a great book but it almost makes me cry when Freedom dies And I don t understand why the title is Riding Freedom But, I think it s called like that because it s the freedom of riding but why is there a capital letter Anyway, if she rides the filly that she named Freedom, we don t now it But I have to say that it s a wonderful story full of happiness

    Cheryl M.
    I usually read the first chapter where the little girl is thrown from the wagon and her parents are killed I then tell the kids that this story originates from a real woman s life story and that there is a secret to her life and because of that secret which they will find out if they read the book , she becomes the first woman to vote in the state of California.

    Dana
    I feel like a broken record, but this is another wonderful YA book The story follows the life of Charlotte Charley Parkhurst from an East coast orphanage to the roaring Gold Rush state Great characters support the story, and the action in the book gives this short read some major umph

    Goshen PL Childrens
    Original nomination suggestion Ms Laura Historical fiction, horses and sheer willpower These words best describe Riding Freedom Middle readers, both struggling and advanced, will delight in the struggle that Charlotte endures to be free and the be with her beloved horses.

    Sidney
    This book kept my attention I thought it was great and I used it for a report at school.

    Asa
    I loved this book it was very touching

    Sarah Parker
    I loved the book kind of reminded me the movie She s the Man.

    Makenna stull
    A girl named Charlotte was raised in an all boys orphanage She eventually runs away and spent her life disguised as a man Because she was disguised as a man, she was the first women ever to vote even though no one realized she was a women until her death This is a really phenomenal book for elementary students I really loved how much history the book gives off as I keep reading I would recommend this book to anyone who loves animals like me especially horses Anyone who loves a book about old cou [...]

    Becky
    This historical fiction book gives readers a look at a character who most people would not know anything about The story starts with Charlotte growing up in an orphanage where she finds an outlet in caring for and riding horses She wants to be free from the unfair treatment at the orphanage so she decides to run away Charlotte turns into Charley and learns to drive a stagecoach Charlotte is portrayed as a very strong girl and woman who knows her own mind and follows her dreams I really enjoyed r [...]

    Volkert
    This fine piece of historical fiction is loosely based on Parkhurst s life and experiences.Although this book has a slow and tragic beginning, it picks up speed as it moves along What we have here is an appealing piece of historical fiction, written at about a 5th grade level, which will appeal to middle readers who are interested in horses, stories about tomboys, history of the US in the mid 1800s, notably New England and California, and the early days of the women s suffrage movement.A brief e [...]

    Rachel Turner
    I read riding freedom in the fourth grade I also wrote a reflection on the impact this book had on me then It is about empowerment and never giving up It chronicles the life a young orphan girl who masquerades as a boy her whole life in order to accomplish the things she wanted to do She dies with no one ever knowing her secret, but everyone knowing her accomplishments This book is very good for young girls looking to break the staus quo.

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