Again, Josefina!



Again, Josefina! Nine Year Old Josefina Wants To Give Up Learning To Play The Piano Until She Sees How Much Joy Her Music Gives To Her Baby Nephew Discusses The Importance Of Music On The New Mexican Frontier And Describes How To Dance La Vaquerita.

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  • Hardcover
  • 39 pages
  • Again, Josefina!
  • Valerie Tripp
  • English
  • 04 May 2018
  • 1584850329

10 thoughts on “Again, Josefina!

  1. Adriana says:

    This book was a nice read To be honest, this is not the book I would normally pick up For starters, I am not too fond of short stories My daughter is homeschooled and there is a group of homeschoolers who have come together to read the collection of American Girl books, as a fun way to learn about women s history We meet a few times a month to discuss these sweet books We also are to prepare a meal from that historical...

  2. Emily says:

    I thought this was a great little book for children about being the best you can be at anything you do I wish I had josefinas determination when I was her age.

  3. Meghan says:

    The section at the end is outdated where it recommends to check out certain cassette tapes from the library It would have been better to say something less specific to account for technology changing over time.

  4. Sarah Crawford says:

    In this story Josefina is taking piano lessons but loses faith in her ability to play and is tempted to give up taking the lessons She ends up playing and taking care of a toddler who absolutely loves her playing, dancing around and enjoying himself, constantly falling down but getting right back up again.Josefina realizes that, like the toddler, she is still just learning and if she enjoys what she is doing she will end up managing to play the piano all right after all.Again, a cultural histor In this story Josefina is taking piano lessons but loses faith in her ability to play and is tempted to give up taking the lessons She ends up playing and taking care ...

  5. Hannah Guerra says:

    This historical fiction book would be great for girls in 2nd 4th grades It follows Josefina, a young Mexican girl as she tries to learn piano She struggles at first and wants to give up, but her father encourages her to keep tryi...

  6. Miri says:

    When Tia Dolores came to the rancho she brought her beautiful piano and Josefina desperately wants to learn to play, when her father approves of Tia Dolores giving her lessons, he s firm that she not slack on her other chores, but Josefina is finding it hard to find time to practice at al...

  7. Kaetlyn says:

    Josefina wants to take piano lessons with her aunt.It starts to get boring.She just wants to make music.When it was time to watch Ana s youngest boy she wanted to play the piano he let her and he liked it.She was happy that he liked the music.

  8. Andd Becker says:

    Third grade girls will enjoy reading this book featuring vignettes by Susan McAliley and illustrations by Jean Paul Tibbles.

  9. Katie says:

    I really like these short shorties by American girl They are nice to read when you are on a trip and don t want to bring a huge book along I liked the plot of this story too

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