[Epub] Tight By Torrey Maldonado – Tkcleaningservices.co.uk

Tight Tight Lately, Bryan S Been Feeling It In All Kinds Of WaysBryan Knows What S Tight For Him Reading Comics, Drawing Superheroes, And Hanging Out With No Drama But Drama Is Every Day Where He S From, And That Gets Him Tight, Wound UpAnd Now Bryan S Friend Mike Pressures Him With Ideas Of Fun That Are Crazy Risky At First, It S A Rush Following Mike, Hopping Turnstiles, Subway Surfing, And Getting Into All Kinds Of Trouble But Bryan Never Really Feels Right Acting So Wrong, And Drama Really Isn T Him So Which Way Will He Go, Especially When His Dad Tells Him It S Better To Be Hard And Feared Than Liked But If There S One Thing Bryan S Gotten From His Comic Heroes, It S That He Has Power To Stand Up For What He FeelsTorrey Maldonado Delivers A Fast Paced, Insightful, Dynamic Story Capturing Urban Community Life Readers Will Connect With Bryan S Journey As He Navigates A Tough World With A Heartfelt Desire For A Different Life

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10 thoughts on “Tight

  1. says:

    One of the most immersive, gripping, eye opening, and powerfully REAL books I ve read in some time With superheroically agile prose, Torrey Maldonado packs a staggering amount into TIGHT s 177 pages There is plenty here for EVERY kind of reader to love.

  2. says:

    I m looking forward to sharing this one with my students in the fall, especially those who like stories in urban settings and characters who face tough choices I loved the characters voices and the development of both Bryan and Mike, and would have appreciated knowing a littleof Pa s backstory as well And while I wanted to keep reading about what happened tomorrow, the ending presents a great

  3. says:

    Tight admittedly is one of those books that really isn t for me I listened to it because I liked the narration and the cover design and try to read as much diverse fiction as I can That said, I m a white woman in my 30s, and I wasn t as engrossed as I would have been were I younger I did think this was excellent, though, and I would encourage librarians to get this into their collections.First thing

  4. says:

    It s actually really great to read a book about toxic male friendships in middle school I feel like this is something we ve all acknowledged exists for girls around this age, but clearly it s not limited by gender Also a fantastic book that feels like YA but is totally MG, which is rare Would recommend this to fans of Kwame Alexander or Jason Reynolds the audio is great

  5. says:

    It s fresh and will give middle school readers an opportunity to reflect on friendships and choices they make or will potentially make Look for this one in Sept

  6. says:

    Strong voice, realistic characters, a great conversation starter for making choices in life when the choices aren t easy.

  7. says:

    I ve seen quite a few mentions of this book on Twitter and other various social media platforms that I follow for book recommendations and was planning on adding it to my next book order for the library Imagine my surprise when my December order came in and there it was apparently, I had already decided to order I am glad I did and can t wait to share it with my students This is a perfect introduction to literature featuring diverse

  8. says:

    Peer pressure can have serious consequences, which Bryan quickly learns after hanging out with his new friend Mike A quick, thought provoking read for ages 10 and up.

  9. says:

    I grabbed an ARC of this book from the Book Portage group.An introspective look at a boy s friendships and the choices he needs to make in order to navigate his way through adolescence, Tight is the story of a sixth grade student growing up in New York City This emotional, compact story takes us through Bryan s emotions as he knows what makes him happy but is also dealing with what society, his family and classmates expect him to be as he grows fro

  10. says:

    Bryan loves quiet places and quiet times that allow him to read and draw in peace Why does that earn him the name Nerd from the other dudes He likes to hang out with his mom at her work where he gets his own little office for homework and reading comics Why does that seem strange to his frequently incarcerated father At the urging of both his parents, Bryan hooks up with a kid named Mike He and Mike have some common interests comics and drawing They love q

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