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The way to Bea

Kat Yeh

The way to Bea

by Kat Yeh

  • 380 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Families,
  • Middle schools,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Poetry,
  • Fiction,
  • Authorship,
  • Taiwanese Americans,
  • Schools,
  • Best friends,
  • Labyrinths,
  • Friendship,
  • Newspapers,
  • Family life

  • About the Edition

    Everything in Bea"s world has changed. She"s starting seventh grade newly friendless and facing big changes at home, where she is about to go from only child to big sister. Feeling alone and adrift, and like her words don"t deserve to be seen, Bea takes solace in writing haiku in invisible ink and hiding them in a secret spot. But then something incredible happens, someone writes back. And Bea begins to connect with new friends, including a classmate obsessed with a nearby labyrinth and determined to get inside. As she decides where her next path will lead, she just might discover that her words, and herself, have found a new way to belong.

    Edition Notes

    StatementKat Yeh
    ContributionsDown, Dianne, narrator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.Y3658 Way 2017ab
    The Physical Object
    Format[sound recording] /
    Pagination5 audio discs (6.1 hr.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26933883M
    ISBN 109781478994312
    OCLC/WorldCa983825560

    Yeh’s most recent chapter book, The Way to Bea, introduces us to Beatrix Lee. After a painful falling out with her best friends, Bea has decided to remain silent and invisible at school. But her mind and fingers can’t be quiet as she composes poetry and hides it in a special place in the woods. The Way to Bea (Hardcover) By Kat Yeh. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, , pp. Publication Date: Septem Other Editions of This Title.

    The Way to Bea, by Kat Yeh, is a great novel that depicts the challenges of transitioning from the innocence of childhood to the harsher realities of becoming a teenager. Bea’s struggles are so relatable. Every preteen knows how hard it is to figure yourself out and find true friends that love you for you, weirdness and all.   She navigates the maze of middle school and finds direction through her talent for writing poetry, which helps her find new friends, big adventure, and knowledge of herself. With a cast of characters that is instantly likeable and events that everyone can relate to, we should all find The Way to Bea! Find this book in our catalog here.

    Book Cover Premiere: The Way to Bea. In Book Premiere, Books by Hannah Barnaby Ma Leave a Comment. Share this Post. Kat Yeh joins us today for the cover reveal of her brand new middle grade novel, The Way to Bea! Watch the video below, then scroll on to learn more about the inspiration behind the story, and to read an exclusive.   With a charming voice, winning characters, and a perfectly-woven plot, Kat Yeh delivers a powerful story of friendship and finding a path towards embracing yourself. Everything in Bea's world has changed. She's starting seventh grade newly friendless and facing big changes at home, where she is about to go from only child to big sister. Feeling alone and adrift, and like her words Author: Kat Yeh.


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The way to Bea by Kat Yeh Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Way to Bea by Kat Yeh, in my opinion, is packaged much younger than it reads. It sounds like a cute, middle-grade story about friends and mazes and labyrinths and secret notes. And there was a lot of cuteness, but the lying, skipping school, oblivious parents, and more made it feel much older than the blurb let on and not what I was hoping for/5.

Parents need to know that The Way to Bea is a charming coming-of-age story about a year-old girl who uses her poetry to cope with the arrival of a new sibling and the awkward transition to middle school.

Without explicitly naming popular movies, TV shows, books, or songs, the book references The Karate Kid, Grey's Anatomy, Jerry Spinelli's Stargirl, Natasha Bedingfield's "Unwritten," Jimmy 5/5. When Bea emerges from the intricately drawn maze of her conflicting feelings, she makes a mature decision with a compassionate twist.

The author includes a list of the songs in Bea’s soundtrack, but her allusions to other books go unidentified, enjoyable Extra Credit Curveballs (as Bea’s teacher would call them).Author: Kat Yeh.

The Way to Bea is beautiful -- it captures the joys and pains of the deep friendships of childhood as well as the excitement that comes with learning one's strengths and craft. Bea's message encourages strength, courage and hope - and also kindness.

It's a book to enjoy and to share/5(36). In a welcome divergence from the traditional coming-of-age novel, Kat Yeh's The Way to Bea is not the story of a young girl discovering who she is, but rather a girl who knows from harsh experience that being yourself can be the fastest way to trouble.

Yeh has created an indelible character in Bea. Her story shines most brightly in its juxtaposition of Bea's "true" self—in all its dancing Brand: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

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As Allie and Bea begins, Bea, a tough woman in her seventies, has been fleeced of her remaining money by a con man.

Left with few options, Bea decides to live in her van and make her way up the coast of California to try and find a place to reside/5. We love the way that Bea works through her struggles and discovers who she’s really meant to be, and we know this book will inspire other kids like Bea, break out of their shell, and find the hope to get them through their troubles.

About the Book: THE WAY TO BEA Author: Kat Yeh Pub. Date: Septem Publisher: Little, Brown Books for. Welcome to BookExpo BookExpo is carefully crafted with content and experiences for all those that play a part in the publishing industry.

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A Taiwanese American, she lives in a creative family, with a painter mother and a famous comic book artist for a father. Bea’s parents provide her with a loving home while encouraging her independence.

Situationally appropriate for ages nine and up, The Way to Bea touches on family and friendships and finding your way. Ultimately, Yeh helps. Counting by 7s by way of Judy Blume in this charming and insightful middle grade novel about being yourself and finding your place Seventh grade isn't starting off so well for Beatrix Lee.

Bea used to have friends and now she doesn't. She was an only child and now she's going to be a big sister. She used to fit in and now she stands out for all the wrong reasons.

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Please keep them out of the comments as well. Title: The Way to Bea Author: Kay Yeh Stars: ★★★★★ Marketing Effort: 2 (a bit less than average) About half-way through this book, I stood and stared at the front cover. Despite Will not liking mazes, that's all I could see thanks to.

And Bea begins to connect with new friends, including a classmate obsessed with a nearby labyrinth and determined to get inside. As she decides where her next path will lead, she just might discover that her words, and herself, have found a new way to belong.

The Way to Bea. By: He joins the Hitler Youth, taking part in their horrific games and book burning, despising everything they stand for but using his insider knowledge to bring important information back to his parents and the British Secret Service.

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Beah was 12 years old when he fled his village after it was attacked by rebels, and he wandered the war-filled country until brainwashed by an army unit that forced him Author: Ishmael Beah. The Way to Bea by Kat Yeh My rating: 4 of 5 stars Received: Hachette Book Group Canada Publication Date: September 19th, Publisher: Little, Brown BFYR Point of View: 1st Person & Feminine Recommended Age: 8+ Pacing: Fast Genres & Themes: Middle Grade, Friendship BLURB: Everything in Bea's world has changed.

She's starting seventh. Get this from a library. The way to Bea. [Kat Yeh] -- Recently estranged from her best friend and weeks away from shifting from only child to big sister, seventh grader Beatrix Lee consoles herself by writing haiku in invisible ink and hiding the poems.

When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. THE WAY TO BEA By Kat Yeh pp. Little, Brown. $ (Middle grade; ages 8 - 12). In my new middle grade novel, The Way to Bea, Beatrix Lee enters seventh grade facing the loss of her friend group, including her best friend since kindergarten (referred to as S through most of the novel.) Up until this year, Bea had easily and effortlessly spent her days living the only way she knew how – with joyful exuberance and expression.The Way to Bea by Kat Yeh Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books 71(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Praise for The Way to Bea: *"A winning combination of humor, heart, and redemption." —School Library Journal, starred review "Yeh, the author of "The Truth About Twinkie Pie," has created an indelible character in Bea In a welcome divergence from the traditional coming-of-age novel, "The Way to Bea" is not the story of a young girl discovering who she is, but rather a girl who knows from.