[Read] ➼ Navigate Your Stars ➹ Jesmyn Ward – Godeals365.co.uk

Navigate Your Stars A Revelatory, Uplifting, And Gorgeously Illustrated Meditation On Dedication, Hard Work, And The Power Of Perseverance From The Beloved, New York Times Bestselling, And Two Time National Book Award Winning Jesmyn WardFor Tulane University S Commencement, Jesmyn Ward Delivered A Stirring Speech About The Value Of Hard Work And The Importance Of Respect For Oneself And Others Speaking About The Challenges She And Her Family Overcame, Ward Inspired Everyone In The Audience With Her Meditation On Tenacity In The Face Of Hardship Now, In Book Form, Ward S Moving Words Will Inspire Readers As They Prepare For The Next Chapter In Their Lives, Whether, Like Ward, They Are The First In Their Families To Graduate From College Or Are Preceded By Generations, Or Whether They Are Embarking On A Different Kind Of Journey Later In Life Beautifully Illustrated In Full Color By Gina Triplett, This Gorgeous And Profound Book Will Charm A Generation Of Students And Their Parents Ward S Inimitable Voice Shines Through As She Shares Her Experience As A Southern Black Woman And Addresses The Themes Of Grit, Adversity, And The Importance Of Family Bonds Navigate Your Stars Is A Perfect Gift For Anyone In Need Of Inspiration From The Author Of Salvage The Bones, Men We Reaped, And Sing, Unburied, Sing


About the Author: Jesmyn Ward

Jesmyn Ward is the author of Where the Line Bleeds, Salvage the Bones, and Men We Reaped She is a former Stegner Fellow Stanford University and Grisham Writer in Residence at the University of Mississippi She is an associate professor of Creative Writing at Tulane University.Her work has appeared in BOMB, A Public Space and The Oxford American.



10 thoughts on “Navigate Your Stars

  1. says:

    Navigate Your Stars is one of those books that comes out around graduation time it is itself a commencement speech the author delivered in 2018 at Tulane A lot of these sorts of speeches are expanded upon for the book version, but this one doesn t seem to be it is a very small amount of text, spread out over a pretty small amount of pages The message is also a fairly basic one We all find ourselves in var


  2. says:

    I was fortunate to receive an advance copy of this meditation on persistence, hard work, and the rewards of following your dreams Every sentence is something to savor Every illustration is breathtaking I am inspired by words such as these My years in college and afterward taught me this success is not the result of making one good choice, of taking one step Real success requires step, after step, after step, after step I


  3. says:

    Ward s speech to the 2018 Tulane graduating class is a reminder that we should refrain from judgement until we understand She speaks of her youthful pride and the experiences that put her feet back on the ground Throughout, the love and support of her family form a consistent theme acting as the foundation she falls on when all else seems to lost This is an inspiring challenge to all who read it to hold fast to the dream, persis


  4. says:

    Navigate Your Stars, Jesmyn WardHaving read several books by this author, I eagerly looked forward to reading her latest brief, but very poignant, beautifully illustrated, inspirational book I received an uncorrected proof which I immediately sat down and read I was not disappointed.The prose is easy to read, her suggestions are common sense and her background is similar to mine in many ways I am sure there are many others who will also


  5. says:

    An amazing piece of work that will motivate you, inspire you, fill you with something that will help you keep going Some people call it hope You can call it hope, or aspiration, or optimism, or the thing with feathers, but whatever it is, it is what keeps us putting one foot in front of the other towards a horizon we cannot always see It helps us to create, to write, to draw, to sing it keeps us than alive So read this, be fed, and keep going.


  6. says:

    So much inspiration in a 64 page book I think I will re read this book often and share it with my daughters I can t forget to mention how much I love the whimsical illustrations throughout.Release date April 2020Thank you to Simon Schuster for my Advanced Readers Copy My opinions are my own.


  7. says:

    I requested this ARC from a promo ad in Shelf Awareness It s a very short illustrated book of the text of a commencement speech by Jesmyn Ward in 2018 It is delightfully illustrated by Gina Triplett A wonderful story about hard choices and hard work to reach your goals Perfect for any grads you might know Looks like the planned publication is April.


  8. says:

    I was excited to get this to review It goes to show that the harder you work at something, the likely you are to succeed Murray people don t win right out of the gate, it can take years and years of hard work and patience If you think that your circumstances prevent you from acheiving your dreams Prove those circumstances wrong


  9. says:

    I received an ARC yesterday and started reading immediately The writing is beautiful I was moved to tears Nothing that I ve read has ever spoken to me and touched me on such a deep level as this did I highly recommend it And now I m on to finally read Jesmyn Ward s backlog


  10. says:

    This was a quaint and powerful take on a commencement speech the author gave for a college graduation The illustrations were beautiful I obtained an ARC of this book from Shelf Awareness GLOW gallery of the week I kindly thank the author and publishers.


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