Showing of next show all "The Circuit" is a chapter book about a child who comes to America and has his whole life changed. He has a very hard time adjusting to his new life in California because everything is different for him. This book could be helpful in a class because it tells stories from a perspective that most people do not have. It could also be a story that many children can relate to depending on the class.
This book is about a seven year old boy named Francisco and his family. They immigrate to the United States to find a better life. Before they could start a better life in the U. A they had to work very hard. But it took a while and struggle to brush off who they really were in El Rancho Blanco and start all over in the United Stated.
This book is interesting and very memorable. Immigration is something that goes on everyday and is usually always on the news and for me to read and see how it really is done had me biting my nails. My favorite memorable moment was on chapter one when he was describing how they crossed the border.
I was nervous myself if anything was going to go wrong. The book was very descriptive, it went right to the point, and if their was any confusion about anything it ended up explaining it in at some point. This affected me a lot because my friends and I sometimes make jokes about immigration and now I have changed my mind.
I would recommend this book to anyone that speaks or understands Spanish because its easier for them to understand the Spanish parts in the book and to see some of the struggles their ancestors went through.
If you liked Belle Teal by Ann M. Both of these books deal with family struggle and struggling for a better life. In conclusion I enjoyed reading The circuit and I hope to relate my opinion with someone who has also read this book.The story "Circuit", by Francisco Jimenez, is a story told from a young boy who is migrating from Mexico to the United States with his family.
His family struggles to provide for Francisco and his five other siblings, forcing Francisco to miss a month of school to work/5().
The Circuit: Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child is an autobiographical novel by Francisco Jiménez based in part on his journey from Mexico to the United States of America. The book, narrated by the child's point of view, follows the life of young Francisco Jiménez and his family as they move from one location to another to harvest Publisher: University of New Mexico Press.
The Circuit Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child. By Francisco Jiménez And so begins this collection of twelve autobiographical stories by Santa Clara University professor Francisco Jimenez, who at the age of four illegally crossed the border with his family in The Circuit, the story of young Panchito and his trumpet.
Nov 06, · The Circuit is a series of independent but intertwined short stories that brings the reader into the life of a young Francisco Jiménez, or Panchito as he was known as a child. Each autobiographical chapter can stand on its own, but when read in its entirety, it tells the story of Jimenez’ childhood growing up in a family of migrant farm workers.
The Circuit The Circuit has stories from the life of an immigrant child. It is an autobiographical novel by Francisco Jimenez based in part on his journey from Mexico to the United States of America.4/5.
c. he is going to be doing very hard work in very hot weather. d. he dislikes traveling by car What is the one sure and constant thing in Panchito’s family’s life? On the line provided, explain your answer. “The Circuit” Francisco Jimenez - -Open-Book Test.