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Cancel anytime. Seven-year-old Chellamuthu’s life – and his destiny – is forever changed when he is kidnapped from his village in Southern India and sold to the Lincoln Home for Homeless Children.
His family is desperate to find him, and Chellamuthu anxiously tells the Indian orphanage that he is not an orphan, he has a mother who loves him. But he is told not to worry, he will soon be adopted by a loving family in America. By: Camron Wright.
Katie Connelly has lived in San Francisco all her life. Her late father made his career as an ironworker on the Golden Gate Bridge, and the many stories of him trying to save jumpers still haunt her.
When she’s asked to write a history about the bridge, her research uncovers a secret journal hidden in her father’s desk, pages of familiar advice penned by the hand of a stranger. The scribbled words tell of a promise ring and a distant love, clues that Katie hopes may answer her own unresolved sorrow. By: Cameron Wright. Texas, A time of abundance. The Great War is over, the bounty of the land is plentiful, and America is on the brink of a new and optimistic era.
Until the night she meets Rafe Martinelli and decides to change the direction of her life. With her reputation in ruin, there is only one respectable choice: marriage to a man she barely knows. By: Kristin Hannah. In September of , during the Blitz in London, Audrey Stocking is blending in with other civilians who are trying to survive the nightly bombings, but she has a secret.
Her fake passport and nearly perfect English allow her to blend in as she works hard to help evacuate British children into the countryside. Audrey longs to reunite with her family in Hamburg, but her double life, the bombings, and the watchful British Military Intelligence have forced her to stay put.
And then there are the paralyzing nightmares. The only two white boys in the school are orphan brothers Odie and Albert, who, under the watchful eyes of the cruel superintendent Mrs. Brickman, are often in trouble for misdeeds both real and imagined. The two boys’ best friend is Mose, a mute Native American who is also the strongest kid in school.
And they find another ally in Cora Frost, a widowed teacher who is raising her little girl, Emmy, by herself. By: William Kent Krueger. Captain William Brighton has been entrusted by his superiors with a revolutionary starship, one destined to change the face of the known universe. With it, no place is too far to explore.
But such a prize turns out to be too intoxicating for others to ignore. The competition manages to infiltrate Brighton’s team and take control of the ship. By: Jeffery L. Cheney , and others. Somewhere out beyond the edge of the universe there is a library that contains an infinite number of books, each one the story of another reality. One tells the story of your life as it is, along with another book for the other life you could have lived if you had made a different choice at any point in your life.
While we all wonder how our lives might have been, what if you had the chance to go to the library and see for yourself? Would any of these other lives truly be better? By: Matt Haig. She runs a bookstore. She has a son, Luca, the love of her life, and a wonderful husband who is a journalist. And while there are cracks beginning to show in Acapulco because of the drug cartels, her life is, by and large, fairly comfortable.
By: Jeanine Cummins. The Vignes twin sisters will always be identical. But after growing up together in a small, Southern Black community and running away at age 16, it’s not just the shape of their daily lives that is different as adults, it’s everything: Their families, their communities, their racial identities. Many years later, one sister lives with her Black daughter in the same Southern town she once tried to escape. The other secretly passes for White, and her White husband knows nothing of her past.
By: Brit Bennett. Sarah Nickerson is like any other career-driven supermom in Welmont, the affluent Boston suburb where she leads a hectic but charmed life with her husband Bob, faithful nanny, and three children—Lucy, Charlie, and nine-month-old Linus. By: Lisa Genova. Escaping from an abusive marriage, year-old Lakshmi makes her way alone to the vibrant s pink city of Jaipur. There, she becomes the most highly requested henna artist – and confidante – to the wealthy women of the upper class.
But trusted with the secrets of the wealthy, she can never reveal her own. Known for her original designs and sage advice, Lakshmi must tread carefully to avoid the jealous gossips who could ruin her reputation and her livelihood. As she pursues her dream of an independent life, she is startled one day when she is confronted by her husband.
By: Alka Joshi. But small-town Kentucky quickly proves equally claustrophobic, especially living alongside her overbearing father-in-law. The leader, and soon Alice’s greatest ally, is Margery, a smart-talking, self-sufficient woman who’s never asked a man’s permission for anything. By: Jojo Moyes. Commodore William Brighton was sure that losing his ship, WNS Pathfinder , to thieves within his own crew was the worst thing he would ever have to deal with. Now he knows that his ordeal is just beginning.
As soon as he makes it back to Earth, the chase is on to find and retrieve Pathfinder. But the longer he spends in pursuit, the more evidence he uncovers that the enemies of his government are more numerous and better prepared than anyone on Earth is aware.
By: Catherine Ryan Hyde. Sophie Whalen is a young Irish immigrant so desperate to get out of a New York tenement that she answers a mail-order bride ad and agrees to marry a man she knows nothing about.
San Francisco widower Martin Hocking proves to be as aloof as he is mesmerizingly handsome. Sophie quickly develops deep affection for Kat, Martin’s silent five-year-old daughter, but Martin’s odd behavior leaves her with the uneasy feeling that something about her newfound situation isn’t right.
By: Susan Meissner. In her mesmerizing fourth work of fiction, Sue Monk Kidd takes an audacious approach to history and brings her acclaimed narrative gifts to imagine the story of a young woman named Ana.
Raised in a wealthy family with ties to the ruler of Galilee, she is rebellious and ambitious, with a brilliant mind and a daring spirit. She engages in furtive scholarly pursuits and writes narratives about neglected and silenced women. Ana is expected to marry an older widower, a prospect that horrifies her. An encounter with year-old Jesus changes everything. By: Sue Monk Kidd. By: Fredrik Backman.
They make their living scavenging recyclables from the trash. Life would be hard enough without the worry for their chronically ill child, Nisay, and the added expense of medicines that are not working. Just when things seem worst, Sang Ly learns a secret about the ill-tempered rent collector who comes demanding money – a secret that sets in motion a tide that will change the life of everyone it sweeps past.
The Rent Collector is a story of hope, of one woman’s journey to save her son and another woman’s chance at redemption. It demonstrates that even in a dump in Cambodia – perhaps especially in a dump in Cambodia – everyone deserves a second chance. I thought this was a good story and has some good messages. I found myself getting a little emotional at times as I was listening because of the strong themes of friendship, motherhood, and kindness.
However, I was quite distracted by the reader. The fake accent and breathy reading made it difficult to connect with the reader. At times these phrases were used so often and in such an obvious way that I found myself rolling my eyes as I listened to the story.
All that said, the story itself was still good enough that I wanted to keep listening and I finished the book. This hasn’t been my favorite book, but overall, it’s a good story. The story started off slow and I found the characters frustrating. It was also a bit predictable. At first I thought I’d be returning it, but decided to keep going. By the end, the writing had improved and the overall story was much better. I think the book could easily be read and understood by someone in 6th grade on up.
It’s a good story, but everytime you think it is about to end it limps into another episode. I’ve been living in Cambodia for the past 5 years and I had to put this audiobook down after the first couple of chapters. The way the characters talk to one another, and the internal dialogue of the main character doesn’t seem realistic. But for someone who is less familiar with the Khmer language and culture, I think this could be a great story with a great message.
How could the performance have been better? The other reason I had to put the book down was because of the narration. The narrator speaks in a really strange accent and I have never in 5 years of living in Cambodia heard someone speak with that accent. For example, Khmer people speaking English never pronounce consonants at the ends of words. But this narrator pronounces them very sharply. The accent just doesn’t work for me.
– The Rent Collector, by Camron Wright
The characters were complex, interesting and evolving. The Rent Collector offers inspiration insights into an individual’s striving to exist and provide for family. It’s not only a wonderfully uplifting story , but a captivating portrayal of those values in action.
This book is a beautiful story of hope! Todd Smith Emmy winning director. A rich and rewarding tale of hope!
Reading Guide. Print the Reading Discussion Questions by clicking the link or the icon. Video comments from the author for several of the questions are included below. Don’t feel like every question with its corresponding video must be discussed. Select only those most appropriate for your group and adapt your group’s discussion according to interest.
Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t yet read the book, we suggest you do so before you review the Reading Discussion Questions or watch the videos below, as they discuss elements of story and plot. Reading Guide Question One. Reading Guide Question Two. Reading Guide Question Three. Reading Guide Question Four. Reading Guide Question Five. Reading Guide Question Six. I had read this book first and I liked it so much I purchased the book with a full credit. Unfortunately the narrator sounded too young for this story.
What did you love best about The Rent Collector? The characters were well-developed. When I finished reading the book, I felt like I would miss my old friends.
What did you like best about this story? I like that the characters had interesting backgrounds. In the end, there was an understanding of why they had become who they were. It offered interesting insight into the complications of the human condition.
Which scene was your favorite? I enjoyed the scene when the two main characters said their good-byes in the dump. Who was the most memorable character of The Rent Collector and why? Sopiap for sure. She was a difficult and complicated woman. As her story unfolded, she became very lovable. Any additional comments?
I highly recommend this book. The woman who narrated was excellent. Her various voices were distinct in unique. Her narration pulled me into the story. Would you listen to The Rent Collector again?
Yes, I would listen again. The audiobook really makes you think about what’s important in life and makes you re-evaluate your priorities. The narrator perfectly brings out the characters’ voices and tones and gives such humanness to the characters.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? A very pleasant listen. This is a surprisingly beautiful book despite the unfortunate setting. I really enjoyed this book, perhaps because I am an English teacher myself. I loved learning about Cambodia, experiencing the intense emotions along with the characters, the irony and metaphors in the book, and I appreciated the idea of joy found in simplicity.
Hey yeah Want to believe almost Everything, in this story, for the rubbish dump real people. Also literacy such a Gift for great potential.
This was a simply beautiful story with great narration. For all the book lovers, listen to it! You are so young. You may wonder what an old man like me could teach? I wonder as well. I certainly don’t claim to know all the answers. I’m barely figuring out the questions Life has a strange way of repeating itself and I want my experience to help you My hope is that you’ll consider my words and remember my heart.
Katie Connelly has lived in San Francisco all her life. Her late father made his career as an ironworker on the Golden Gate Bridge, and the many stories of him trying to save jumpers still haunt her. When she’s asked to write a history about the bridge, her research uncovers a secret journal hidden in her father’s desk, pages of familiar advice penned by the hand of a stranger.
The scribbled words tell of a promise ring and a distant love, clues that Katie hopes may answer her own unresolved sorrow. By: Cameron Wright. In September of , during the Blitz in London, Audrey Stocking is blending in with other civilians who are trying to survive the nightly bombings, but she has a secret. Her fake passport and nearly perfect English allow her to blend in as she works hard to help evacuate British children into the countryside.
Audrey longs to reunite with her family in Hamburg, but her double life, the bombings, and the watchful British Military Intelligence have forced her to stay put. Nothing Stays in Vegas. The Mistletoe Promise. What the Heart Sees: A Collection of Amish Romances. Dashing Through the Snow: A Christmas Novel. Drink a lot ofwater. Ybu eat less. B Read the article and check your answers in part A.
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B write a short article. Use your tips and the article in Exercise l as a model. C脇存w融Read your partner,s article. What do you like about the article? OnFriday”Thetripw川beaboutsixhours,SO-guesswe,一istopfor dimerontheway. Make notes about plans, POSSible Plans, and advice. Wite a letter describing your Plans and giving advice・ Use your notes and the letter in Exercise l as a model.
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C肋r wo血Read your partner,s notes. What do you like about the notes? Do you think the requests are reasonable? 叩く仰SECOND D舶用 A use your partner,s answers to revise your notes. B脇h wo而Exchange notes. Write short replies to your partner,s notes. How does she organize the information? Louisa, 丁hanks for offering to house-Sit for me whiie i,m on vacation川ere are a few things to remember, 1″ Make sure to feed the goIdfish every mo「n-ng.
Be sure to shop at the supermarket on Main Street. Thanks again! 脚u傭HRST D舶用 A Imagine a friend is going to house-Sit for you while you,re on vacation. What does your飾-end need to know about the house or apartment and the neighborhood?
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What do you like about the reply? not honest and hardworking. Ybu will have to drive over a thousand Ybu kilometers a day. Which ad is easier to read? Which ad suggests the salary may be good? Which ad suggests the job may be hard? Which ad do you prefer? 書 けl仰H傭ST D働け A Imagine you own a company. Ybu want to hire someone for a position With your company. Make notes about your company and the position. B write an ad. Use the ad you preferred in Exercise l as a model.
C p擁wo而Read your partner,s ad. What do you like about the ad? Write the correct heading from the box above each paragraph. Attraction s Lo c ati on Hi story B Read the brochure again and underline all the passive verbs. yOき作用傭ST D舶用 A choose a landmark in your country.
Complete the chart with information about the landmark. Write one paragraph about its attractions, One about its Iocation, and one about its history. Use your notes and the brochure in Exercise l as a model. C p訪靴wh Read your partner,s brochure. What do you like about the brochure? Number the topics in the order they appear. i have just compieted a Bachelor of A巾S degree in chiId psychoIogy, and i am now Iooking for a position where l can appIy my experience and education, i am very interested in this position.
Make notes about your relevant experlenCe. B write a cover letter. Viite answers to these questions. How is it organized? He does no川ke his job, and he wants to move to the big city. Use the infomation from your chart and the review in Exercise l as a model. What do you like about the review?
City Tra能c Rules a. Ybu have to obey the street signs. Ybu can park in the parking garages. Which rules express permission? Which rules express obligation? Which rules express prohibition? Use the rules in Exercise l as a model. What do you like about the list?
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