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read & download À eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ú Nathan L. HenryLesson uick read memoir Chapters alternate between nate s life leading up to his crime "and imprisonment and then his time in prison His childhood will break your heart Some "imprisonment and then his time in prison His childhood will break your heart Some of prison rape mostly nate s ear of it not graphic Also mentions of violence alcohol use guns and sex but again not graphic or gratuitous Pairing and Overview I will pair the book Good Behavior by Nathan Henry with the book Monster Both texts depict a young adult male in jail the protagonist in Monster is not guilty of his charge but Henry recalls real life crimes he did commit and his experience after being tried as an adult Both texts present accurate portrayals that should hopefully deter teens Dangerously Attractive (Harlequin Intrigue from a delinuent lifestyle1 Book Citation Henry Nathan L Good Behavior New York Bloomsbury 20102 Audience Junior and senior high students who have an interest in crime and violence and recovery Stories such as this often appeal to urban teens but this one may appeal to a wider audience because Henry isrom a small town 3 Selection Criteria Good Behavior is a recent text that contains the Mistress factualirsthand experiences of the author Bloomsbury publishing was ounded in Britain and was named Publisher of the Year in author Bloomsbury publishing was ounded #in Britain and was named Publisher of the Year in and 2000 they attribute much of their growth to the #Britain and was named Publisher of the Year in and 2000 they attribute much of their growth to the Potter series The subject matter and language of this book are of interest to high school students and much of it is unfortunately relatable to underprivileged teens The scope of the text is limited to the author s personal experience but the work presents an important and meaningful perspective Various editorial reviews note that the writing is somewhat limited and uneven but the graphic style of writing will appeal to many teens This autobiographical text will ill a gap in the collection by providing an important view of a delinuent lifestyle that will hopefully inspire struggling teens to make good choices and see hope in their A Doctor, a Nurse, a Christmas Baby futures4 Review Source Chipman Ian Booklist May 1 2010 Vol 106 No175 SOL Connection95105115125The student will read interpret analyze and evaluate nonfiction texts6 Ordering Information Good Behavior Hardcover Nonfiction 2010 272p Bloomsbury 1799 978 1599904719. Ough reading and reflection he comes to see that his life can be differentrom all he's known up to this pointNathan's story of his year in jail and the life that led him there combine to create a powerful portrait of an American youth gone bad and a moving story of redempti. Life that led him there Every other chapter is what he s currently doing while every other chapter is a A Mother in the Making flashback to his rough childhood Nate grew up with his parents and his brother I think that Nate sather is at Her Kind Of Cowboy faultor his psychotic issues Throughout his His Pregnant Christmas Princess flashbacks Nathan describes how his dad got entertainment out of scaring him when he was 5 saying how people will come kill him in his sleep His dad also expected violence and thought that homicide was humorous Nate sathers stories gave him psychotic paranoia which turned into Through the Language Glass fear then anger thenrustration Sooner later he got a etish or weapons just like his dad Nate started imagining himself as Hitler while having thoughts about killing animals kids and bombing the school While also dealing with his crazy
*father Nate s mother was the only one that worked and they *Nate s mother was the only one that worked and they t wealthy at all They barely had anything Throughout the #Story Nate Comes In Contact And Deals With Many Other #Nate comes in contact and deals with many other in prison that have done way worse things than him Dealing with these people Nate realizes how he becomes ashamed and realizes he doesn t want to waste the rest of his life in prison While in prison Nate read a lot of books rom the jail s library to make the time go by He even copied a whole book down so he could keep rereading it While doing this he explained how a whole new world opened up "for him with writing and he wanted to be a part of it This is where he started writing a story "him with writing and he wanted to be a part of it This is where he started writing a story is now published as his memoir Good Behavior I definitely think that Nate s ather was the reason he had psychological issues and through the memoir he realized how that s affected him all his life I wish Nate realized that before he wound up in jail but I m glad he did when he was still young and even though he was in jail he didn t let that get the best of him and give up on life Instead he tried to turn himself around Being Nate s age I think this was a great book and I recommend it It only took me 3 days to read and it kept making me want to read It has a uniue writing style with the You Are Not A Gadget flashbacks and it shows how bad people are bador a reason and everyone has a story It s a great book with a good life. Wn in rural Indiana Nate's personal history is both disturbing and Sanctuary fascinating A rough childhood becomes an adolescenceull of half realized violent antasies that slowly build to the breaking point But these scenes alternate with chapters about Nate's time in jail where thr. So I was strolling in the
section of my library one afternoon after work and saw this book I didn t even read the inside lap before I knew that I would give it a chance Anyway I m glad I didThis is a "nonfiction memoir about a year that the author "memoir about a year that the author in prison at the age of 16 Friendfluence for armed robbery In between the chapters of the descriptions of mind numbing dullness of prison life there are chapters that detail the author s life leading up to his crime which are highly disturbing to say the least The author s childhood was very dysfunctional with incidences such as the torture of animals casual violence underage sex and racism His lack of conscience as he does these things and otherorms of cruelty made him an unlikable person yetYA Section Of My
i realized early on that he is justrealized early on that he is just much of a victim as a villain here Nathan s One Part Woman father is abusive as well beating and psychologically tormenting hisamilyAlthough this book is labeled YA I wouldn t recommend it Stranger for everyone in that age range Nor would I advocate taking any of the brutal details out either as they re absolutely critical in understanding why the author ended up in prison The only thing I didn t like about this book is the way that the emotional change of the author was portrayed here While we know that prison did change him and he s certainly not the same as before veryew details are given on when and how the exact moment of this realization occurs For a person as rotten as the author was these details are important Definitely do recommend this book Not Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis for theaint of heart though Good Behavior by Nathan L Henry is a good book to read I thin this because its really entertaining and it shows you how bad prison really is It goes into a lot of detail about what goes on in there I eel like after you read this it will make you think twice about your actions because they may lead you to prison and reading this will make you not wanna be there I just inished reading the book Good Behavior by Nathan L Henry or my PIG class This is a memoir about main character Nate Henry who is 16 years old He tells the story in irst person about his life in jail To See Paris and Die from armed robbery and his rough. Jailed at age sixteenor armed robbery Nathan Henry was the kind of teenager most parents and teachers have nightmares about His crime was the culmination of a life lived on the edge guns and drugs sex and violence all set against the ordinary backdrop of a one stop light to.
Nathan L. Henry
Nathan L. Henry