The Hate U Give Collector's Edition

The Hate U Give Collector's Edition

by Angie Thomas

Hardcover(Collectors)

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ISBN-13: 9780062872340
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 09/04/2018
Edition description: Collectors
Pages: 512
Sales rank: 3,095
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.40(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Angie Thomas made her debut with the #1 New York Times bestselling, award-winning novel The Hate U Give. A former teen rapper who holds a BFA in creative writing, Angie was born, raised, and still resides in Jackson, Mississippi. You can find her at www.angiethomas.com.

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The Hate U Give Collector's Edition 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
This book and movie puts into young African American minds that racism and slavery and racial discrimination is still around even if it's not put in plain sight and in regular words for you to read. It teaches kids that you do have a voice and that you should protest and say how you feel. It teaches African American males(young and old) that when you are born you have a target over your head and that people will try to hit that target and knock you down. It teaches all African Americans that you have a voice no matter what your name is and that you should use it. So therefore, anyone who isn't African American doesn't understand the meaning behind the book and movie and would give it a bad rating.
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Lisa_Loves_Literature 3 months ago
I'd been meaning to read this book since it first came out almost two years ago. I took it home two summers ago planning to read it while school was out. I did not. Then I planned to try to read it last year before I went to the big ALA Convention in New Orleans this past summer and had the chance to maybe meet the author. I did not. I didn't get to meet her, although I did go see a panel she was a part of. Maybe if I'd read the book, I'd have made sure to get to meet her, but of course her lines were really long, so without having read her book, I didn't plan out getting into her line early enough. I will definitely want the chance to meet her, next time there is a chance. I ended up finally reading the book shortly before the movie came out this past fall. I have to say that I loved the book and they did a pretty good job with the movie. Some of my favorite parts were of course left out of the movie. Like, as I read, so many different times I would get the theme song from The Fresh Prince of BelAir stuck in my head. That was not inserted into the movie as much as I'd have liked it to be. As you would expect, they left other things out of the movie, as well as changing some things. While I get some of the things they changed, I don't agree with a couple of them from the end of the movie. Like the part with her younger brother and the gun and the cops, don't like that change or agree with it. I do get why they left the end without the moving part in the movie. Even though in a way, it kind of defeats the way the ending should go according the book. A great book, a great story, a great new author that I can't wait to read more by!
EveCarter 4 months ago
This book is mind blowing. If you go in thinking you understand what racism feels like, if you think you understand police brutality, and if you think you understand why the “black lives matter” movement started, I can assure you, you never understood any of it to this extent. This book left me breathless. It’s not just another book on racism. This is a powerfully spoken book that will move your spirit.
Anonymous 10 months ago
The hate I see, is in this book. All it does is teach division, and misinform young minds.