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Homeless at Harvard

Homeless at Harvard Finding Faith and Friendship on the Streets of Harvard Square

By John Christopher Frame
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.25 Stars

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On 10/30 Wade Harris wrote: Many of us have walked been many homeless people and perhaps much of the time we don’t even notice them. John Christopher Frame decided it was time to recognize the homeless people at Harvard Square and do something. One summer he spent ten weeks living on the streets getting to know those people so ... Homeless at Harvard: a book review

Wade Harris' Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/19 Donna Harris wrote: Homeless at Harvard is a story about the homeless community at Harvard Square and how the author’s life and the lives of those on the streets were woven together into a special tapestry. Harvard Square is at the center of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is the business district around Harvard University. ... Homeless at Harvard by John Christopher Frame [Book Review]

Donna's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/4 hottkat wrote: Have you ever taken the time to think of what it would really be like to be homeless? I know many times walking past beggars on the street many people have mixed emotions...lazy, poor guy, creepy, un-motivated...whatever your opinion it varies from person to person. One student at Harvard however, decided ... Eye opening

hottkat's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/12 S Club Mama wrote: "Homeless in Harvard" by John Christopher Frame was about a Harvard student who had befriended a few homeless people who live their lives on the Harvard Square (or thereabouts). He decided to live as a homeless person for a summer prior to his last year of college. I haven't had much experience with ... Homeless in Harvard by John Christopher Frame (book review)

S Club Mama's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/4 beth the book reader wrote: As a BookSneeze reviewer for Zondervan, I was intrigued when this volume came up for review. John Christopher Frame, a former Anderson University grad and Harvard student, chronicled his time spending one summer among the homeless population of the Harvard Co-op (pronounced like the place where chickens ... book review - Homeless at Harvard

beth the book reader's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/28 ladysown wrote: This book surprised me.  I order it fromBooksneeze because no one else was really reviewing it and I figured someone aught to.   BUT... oh my, I enjoyed this book.  John Christopher Frame is the author of it, and it's published by Zondervan.   The entire title is "Homeless ... Review: homeless at harvard

ladysown's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/25 Cheryl H wrote: I have found this book to be both insightful and surprisingly entertaining. Growing up in NYC, I have seen many homeless people and even spoken or given food or money to a few that I became familiar with while traveling back and forth to Manhattan or while out in field service distributing Bible literature. ... Excellent! Planning on including this in my homeschool curriculum

Cheryl H's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/22 TMD Reviews wrote: I'm not exactly sure what expectations I had when I chose to read and review "Homeless at Harvard," but unfortunately I couldn't get into this work and ultimately couldn't finish reading it.The author, John Frame, spent 10 weeks essentially living among the homeless near Harvard University, where he ... "Homeless at Harvard"

TMD Reviews' Rating:

2 Stars

On 8/21 Ian Cameron McLaren wrote: Homeless at Harvard is a memoir based on a specific time in the author’s life, when he decided to spend a summer, well, homeless at Harvard. He wasn’t REALLY homeless, of course. He was a student, with a loving family (albeit out of state), and he had money and resources at his disposal. ... Homeless at Harvard by John Christopher Frame

Ian Cameron's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/20 Steven Kopp wrote: Homeless at Harvard is a story about John Frame and the friends he made while living one summer with the homeless community in Harvard Square. The author himself was not homeless and so did not really experience what it was like to be homeless. He could leave at any time – his new friends could not. ... Book Review: Homeless at Harvard

Steven Kopp's Rating:

5 Stars