☃ Jip Author Katherine Paterson – Bassgrotto.co.uk

Jip While Living On A Vermont Poor Farm During 1855 And 1856, Jip Learns His Identity And That Of His Mother And Comes To Understand How He Arrived At This Place.

  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Jip
  • Katherine Paterson
  • English
  • 03 August 2018
  • 014240411X

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10 thoughts on “Jip

  1. says:

    Jip is an interesting character An orphan, as the book opens, Jip works hard on the poor farm, thinks he cannot learn, and makes the most out of his life He appreciates the friendships he has with other poor farm folk, and feels proud about his special ability to work with the animals of the farm But he does wonder why no one came to get him after he fell off the cart that left him where the poor farm people found him when he was a baby They have called ...

  2. says:

    Critique The book is about a boy named Jip he is a young boy Jip lives on this farm, Sheldon was also a boy that growed up with Jip, they both have to do chores around the farm This book is very interesting, there were parts in the book that made you get on the edge of your seat because how intense it gets The book can make you feel happy when something good happens to Jip The book can also make you get sad because of the things that Jip did and what happened to him This book is about some Critique The book is about a boy named Jip he is a young boy Jip lives on this farm, Sheldon was also a boy that growed up with Jip, they both have to do chores around the farm This book is very interesting, there were parts in the book that made you get on the edge of your seat because how intense it gets The book can make you feel happy when something good happens to Jip The book can also make you get sad because of the things that Jip did and what happened to him This book is about someones life what happened to them I think the author wants to show how child labor is It affected me by showing how child labor...

  3. says:

    Jip is a story of the evilness of slavery, of poverty, of classism, of hope and the wonderful commitment to safety via the underground railroad Jip so named because allegedly as a baby, he fell off a wagon while traveling with gypsies , lives and works on a poor farm, uneducated and mistreated, still his love of others shines through.When an older man deemed a lunatic is sent to live on the farm, Jip soon befriends him and looks upon him as a father he never had When an untrustworthy man come Jip is a story of the evilness of slavery, of poverty, of classism, of hope and the wonderful commitment to safety via the ...

  4. says:

    I agree with my sister who called this book an exquisite little gem of historical fiction I read it first and recommended it to her, but she beat me to reviewing it Wendy, you always have been good at turning a phrase Anyway, this story is set in pre Civil War New England The protagonist is a likeable boy who was a foundling He lives on the town poor farm with an assortment of odd characters and animals Then one day a sinister stranger comes to town and seems to take an unusual intere I agree with my sister who called this book an exquisite little gem of historical fiction I read it first and recommended it to her, but she beat me to reviewing it Wendy, you always have been good at turning a phrase Anyway, this story is set in pre Civil War New En...

  5. says:

    So this ended up being my last book for the USA by the book challenge started by Moonlight Reader She can t give me any guff since I did finsih all of the books I signed up forwho cares that it took me til December to finish this up JIP His Story ended up being my last book but only because I accidentally left it at the office and started on Devilish I wish that I had not ended the book challenge with this book because it really was a downer That does not mean it s not a gre...

  6. says:

    Jip doesn t know his real name or who his parents are at the poor farm he lives on in Vermont in the 1850 s When he is sent to school, he is read Oliver Twist and his teacher loans him Uncle Tom s Cabin, but it s some slave catchers who identify who he is And it is his Teacher, view spoiler one grown up and been to college Lyddie Worthen title character from the author s Lyddie hide spoiler and his and her friends who get him away to Canada I...

  7. says:

    Jip, a young boy who lives on the poor farm has no knowledge of his family or any clue about where he came from other than the oft told story that he fell off the back of a gypsy wagon when he was three years old Then one day a peculiar stranger comes to town and starts poking around and asking about Jip s history.This book does not have a good beginning It took me a solid three chapters to get totally into it, but once I was in, I was hooked There are so many themes in Jip, I wanted to stop Jip, a young boy who lives on the poor farm has no knowledge of his family or any clue about where he came from other than the oft told story that he...

  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Summary In the beginning of the book, Jip only knows the ways of life in his village and only learns what he needs to learn about himself and for an education overall He goes to school to becomeeducated even though his foster mother doesn t think he needs to His crazy friend, Put, guides him in his studies when he is not a raving madman He makes friends with a girl named Lucy who enjoys learning as much as he does Later he is told that he is technically a slave and strange men are aft Summary In the beginning of the book, Jip only knows the ways of life in his village and only learns what he needs to learn about himself and for an education overall He goes to school to becomeeducated even though his foster mother...

  9. says:

    Growing up on a poor farm, Jip has always believed he fell off a gypsy wagon as a small child and could never understand why nobody tried to find him The appearance of a persistent stranger holds the promise for an answer...

  10. says:

    I hope, one day, to write characters as interesting, heartfelt and authentic as Katherine Paterson s.

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