Adara Author Beatrice Gormley Read À 2

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Adara Author Beatrice Gormley Read À 2 ´ The soldier heaved me over his shoulder as if I were a spring lambI am not Israelite I screamedI beat his back hurting my hands Let me goAdara has always longed to do the things that well brought up girls of her time are not supposed to do She wants to learn to read and write like men And she wants theVel like men outside the boundaries of her sheltered lifeOne day she awakens to a blast of trumpets as the Israelites and Arameans battle just outside the safety of her village walls Curious Adara sneaks out to see the battle Little does she know that this will be her last day of freedom for a very long timeSold into. Read it for homeschooling It was ok I don’t love the main character But the setting is interesting in telling a story of the lands around ancient Israel

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Slavery Adara becomes a servant to General Namaan and his family and begins a remarkable journey of self discovery healing and redemption a journey that in the end faces her with the hardest decision of her life download discussion guide PDFAccelerated reader uiz available For information see wwwrenaissancelearningc. The story Adara was about a girl who is kidnapped and sold for slavery It tells the story of how she made her own way despite the tough situation she finds herself in For the most part I enjoyed this book however it was extremely boring in the beginning It eventually got interesting and the reader gets to experience character and plot developments It is a slow read for the first few chapters and easy to put down This novel asks and answers many essential uestions however one main uestion is present throughout the story Should you fear the unknown In the story Adara is brave enough to go and watch the war that is waging right outside of her city planning to take a secret passageway that leads to a well and beyond the gates of the city She tells a friend that “'She is not at all afraid of the passageway'” 14 She goes through the passageway driven by her curiosity She isn't at all frightened despite the fact that she does not know what is coming She seems to be brave enough to carry on but once she is captured she begins to fear all of the things she does not know She fears the thought of slavery because she does not know what to expect She finds that her fears may have been in vain and is comfortable enough in her new life as a slave that Spoiler alert after two years in her new home of Damascus when her father sends a messenger to pay a ransom and bring her home she lied about her parentage Rather than admitting who her father was and getting to go home she told the messenger and her slave owners that “'she had never seen this merchant before Her father is Avner ben Gideonof Ashtaroth'” 103 After all of her fears she found a place where she belonged and was happier than she had been with her family The book answers the essential uestion regarding the fear of the unknown in an unusual way It suggests that perhaps the unknown isn't as scary as we make it out to be My favorite passage from this novel was “Her expression seemed to say that she too thought it was absurd but wonderfully true” 120 I enjoyed this passage because of the way it was worded The descriptive words absurd and wonderful are not words that generally go together but they work well together I really like the way these adjectives are used Also this is from the point of view of the general and it is interesting to see how he has begun to notice smaller details and even his slaves' expressions Overall this book was good despite the slow start

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Adara Author Beatrice GormlThe soldier heaved me over his shoulder as if I were a spring lambI am not Israelite I screamedI beat his back hurting my hands Let me goAdara has always longed to do the things that well brought up girls of her time are not supposed to do She wants to learn to read and write like men And she wants the freedom to tra. This book gave me a different perspective and I enjoyed learning about another culture I chose to read this book because it was historical fiction and I do not have much experience with reading historical fiction I would recommend this book to students who are religious because there were mentions of Bible stories I would also recommend this book to people who are adopted or have adopted siblings as well as anyone who has ever lived in the Middle East In school this book could be used when discussing multiculturalism It would be beneficial to use for a discussion on slavery or in a history unitDrugs noneSex noneRR noneLanguage noneViolence yes