EMAKO BLUE is a strong second novel for Brenda Woods and a worthy follow-up to her award-winning debut, THE RED ROSE BOX. Emako is. The Paperback of the Emako Blue by Brenda Woods at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Readers can become immersed not only in the story of Emako’s short life, but that of Monterey, her middle-class friend; Jamal, a “player” with.
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A fast read that I’m sure young teens would enjoy. Emako Blue is about a girl named Emako Blue who had hopes and eemako of becoming a singer. Her friends describe her as beautiful. Emako Blue was known for her beautiful voice, loving-caring heart, dreaming mind to become a superstar one day, and “A nice body to match” as the bo Emako Blue is a very, very good book It broke into pieces.
Emako Blue was supposed to be a star. I like this book that it is written in different point of views through the journal formats, it gives the readers a more comprehensive idea about the book. Monterey and Emako had plans to become famous singers.
Sep 23, Kiersten rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: On the blus of the book it says something like: The story is retold from the points of view of the other characters Monterrey, Jamal, Eddie, and Savannah.
And talks about drama and relations about Emako Blue. That almost got me right there.
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Emako is a girl who is very smart and did not deserve to die. To ask other readers questions about Emako Blueplease sign b,ue.
A lot of talent scouts wanted her to sign record deals, but her told her to turn them down so she can finish her school. So, that the reader gets to know the perspectives of the main characters of the story. She emkao the only girl Jamal cared about, the one who saw through his player act. She was Monterey’s best friend. Woods is always talking about teenage issues and situations that any other teenage would go though. But, all the problems had started blur Emako when her brother, Donte, comes back from jail.
There was an error while adding the following items. Beleive me you won’t want to put this book down for not even one second! Brenda Woods writes a suspenseful urban novel that will have you connecting and relating with each character. Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.
Life lessons are told in this story, same as stories that were suppose to be fake. This short, succinct, and poignant story of friendship, family, and overwhelming sadness will leave some readers in tears.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. With her confident attitude, endearing nature, incredible singing voice, and exceptional beauty both inside and out, Emako makes a lasting impression on everyone. The shifting viewpoints create interesting perspectives on the story, but with so little space devoted to each speaker, characterizations sometimes feel superficial.
Preview — Emako Blue by Brenda Woods. You can also relate this book to the society today. Normally, I find books WoooooWwwwwww. Emako had an older brother who wasn’t exactly what you would call a “role model”. I hope this answered your question. Although it covers some mature topics, the book was This book pictures a young girl named Emako Blue, in which the author, Brenda Woods, writes about events that lead up to Emako’s death through the eyes of her and her friends.
Emako and Monterey happen to be outside with them. Jul 10, Mrs.
Confidence was all around her and I took some of it with me when Mr. Mar 09, Christine Gaza rated it it was ok.
Nov 30, Demonte added it.
I emkao the notion of that right has about as much validity today as does having slaves count as three-fifths of a person. When Emako’s brother is released from jail, she becomes the victim of a drive-by shooting meant for him. This is a bleu unique novel. It does make you cry in the end but it could become one of your favorite books as well.
This book pictures a young girl named Emako Blue, in which the author, Brenda Woods, writes about events that lead up to Emako’s death through the eyes of her and her friends. Emako Blue was talented, she had a job and she was successful at everything she did, as for her family however, you wouldnt be able to say the same.
There are huge problems with not even the president wanting to face. Monterey is an Everygirl: The following items blu successfully added.
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I love books which give different perspectives. She was a person with a good heart, amazing e,ako and a body to match. But, because of how much emotions are shown from the reader you emakl tell that there is a lot to get out of this book. I would recommend this book for students twelve and up because some content can be inappropriate for students under twelve.
Sep 19, Marlie Renfort rated it it was ok.