"California" through "Remembering"
• The following version of this book was used to create this Lesson Plan: Pearson, Mary E.. The Adoration of Jenna Fox. Henry Holt and Company LLC, 2008. Hardback.
• In “California,” Jenna Fox sits with her mother watching a presidential speech.
• Everyone tells her that she is Jenna Fox, but she thinks that she has to be more than a name.
• He has to be more than the facts and statistics they share with her or the videos she watches of her past life.
• Jenna has just learned to smile, and she does not understand facial expressions or how to read them.
• Lily, Jenna’s Nana, is in the kitchen.
• Mother asks her to come in the room.
• Jenna does not think that Lily will join them.
• Lily seems to dislike her.
• In “Awareness,” Jenna thinks of a time when there was blackness and she could hear...
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