Clap When You Land
ISBN: 0062882775
EAN13: 9780062882776
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 5, 2022
Pages: 448
Format: Paperback
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   Must read
Loved the book and couldn't stop reading it. Very relatable and a jerk. Will reread it.
   One of the Best Books I've Read in a Long Time
Before we talk about the cover, we must talk about the story. With and without the dust jacket, this book is breathtakingly gorgeous and immediately draws you in. Clap When You Land is a Dual POV story about two sisters, who know nothing of each other. Their father had been secretly living a double life, and when he died suddenly in a plane crash, the two sisters learn not only of each other, but how to be a sister. Elizabeth Acevedo, the star of the show, did the rest. The book is an emotional rollercoaster. I'm gutted.. [but] I'm going to keep working.
   Elizabeth does it again.
It's just breathtaking. Elizabeth Acevedo continues to shine as a writer committed to meaningful and authentic representation, in a time when we need it most. A true star.
   Highly recommended !
One of my all-time favorite books of the year so far. The way the writer of this book writes is just amazing. It's a story of sadness, but I toke me back to my culture. Memories are good, but not so good. This book is a 5 star book, I love it!
   A work of art.
Such a beautiful and beautifully written story, Gillian. Even if the teen takes away all the junk, adults will take away just as much, if not more.
   Just so you know.
I wish I had been informed that this story contained a lesbian storyline. The publisher or Amazon should at least have it mentioned in the book description.
   I’d read Acevado’s grocery list.
A story of a plane crash, followed by a desperate search for help in making a family work after losing a vital piece of furniture, the book tells. It's written in verse like the first book, The Poet X, and this one didn't hit all my notes personally, but I still felt all the sadness and sweetness when I finished it. These are such fast reads and worth every penny.
   Such a fan!
Elizabeth Taylor has a very good reputation, and I have read all of her books, too. While I am not a Latina, I relate to her work and I love her writing style, Sosa said. If you enjoyed the book, you should probably read it.
   This is great!!!!!
I can't remember the last book I read that made me so emotional, she said. It was phenomenal, the story is so relatable and deep, said Blair. Great story.
   Another Book Ready For Curriculums Across US America
I first heard of the book by Elizabeth Acevado on the popular Ghanaian entertainment show, Kojo Nnamdi. It was great to hear directly from the author, said Barbara Comstock, a co-host of the program. It occurred to me that I wanted to purchase the book and read it. Two days later, I read the book in three sittings, over four hours, both in the comfort of my own home. As a 30-year-old man, I thought to myself, kids should be reading this book instead of, let's say, The Tempest. Yes, that is just my opinion, take it for what it is. I believe Acevado's book should be in every US elementary and middle school curriculum. And, of course, there is the tantalising glimpse of the cultural bridge that exists between so many US Americans and other parts of the world. I'm proud to say that I was born in the United States. Three cheers for the author.