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Obras por Dan Gemeinhart

The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise (2019) 649 exemplares, 37 críticas
The Honest Truth (2015) 616 exemplares, 36 críticas
Scar Island (2016) 334 exemplares, 14 críticas
Some Kind of Courage (2016) 259 exemplares, 17 críticas
Good Dog (2018) 156 exemplares, 6 críticas
The Midnight Children (2022) 90 exemplares, 3 críticas
Coyote Lost and Found (2024) 37 exemplares, 5 críticas
La pura verdad (2016) 2 exemplares
A Pura Verdade 1 exemplar

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This sequel to Coyote Sunrise was similar in the message and tone. A sweet story of growing up, friendship, grief and love with interesting adventures.
 
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EllenH | 4 outras críticas | Jul 20, 2024 |
Another lovely juvie book! This young girl and her Father were well developed but yet a bit unbelievable in the situations they managed to get into and out of. In spite of this I enjoyed it thoroughly with a few serious teary spots.
 
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EllenH | 36 outras críticas | Jul 6, 2024 |
There is so much to love in this book. The characters, the unseen narrator, the action. Ravani is a great hero and his journey is realistic and inspiring.
 
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SusanVTwriter | 2 outras críticas | Jun 5, 2024 |
*Trigger Warnings: Grief, remembering death of parent and siblings, Covid-19

It’s been almost a year since Coyote and her dad settled down in a small Oregon town. But just as their lives were being close to “normal”, Coyote finds a box containing her mom’s ashes that was hidden in the bus and she thinks she’s ready to say goodbye. When Covid-19 hits and school is canceled, it’s the perfect time. The only problem - Coyote doesn’t know where her resting place is supposed to be. Her mom wrote it in a book of poetry that Coyote mistakenly sold last year on the road. Now, it’s up to Coyote to find the book so she can tell her dad where her mom’s resting place should be - all without her dad knowing she lost the book in the first place. Firing up their trusty bus, Yager, Coyote and her dad are ready to hit the road with some old friends and ready to discover some new ones.

Ah - Coyote and her dad have held a special place in my heart since reading about their first adventure. When I saw there was a sequel I immediately grabbed a copy as soon as I could.

This book is about moving on to the next chapter of your life and, even if it’s scary, accepting change, and finding things.

“…Finding ashes and finding books and finding friends and finding where you belong and finding clues and finding wings and finding a way and then, at the end, finding peace, Because we lose a lot, all of us on our journeys. There’s no way around that. But we find a lot, too, if we’re lucky. And I was.”

This book is aimed at middle grade readers, but I think those of all ages will enjoy it. Coyote is only thirteen in this novel, and she’s dealing with big emotions and grief of her mother and sisters death - so some may not like how she reacts to things - but, as someone who lost her dad at the age of twelve, the grieving process is weird and I hope think this novel will hope young readers in their own grieving processes. The characters will dig their way into your heart and you’ll think about them long after the last pages.

*Thank you Henry Holt and Co and NetGalley for an advance digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
… (mais)
 
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oldandnewbooksmell | 4 outras críticas | Jun 3, 2024 |

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Obras
14
Membros
2,152
Popularidade
#11,950
Avaliação
4.1
Críticas
118
ISBN
87
Línguas
6
Marcado como favorito
1

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