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Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World (edição 2019)

por Ashley Herring Blake (Autor)

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"Twelve-year-old Ivy Aberdeen's house is destroyed in a tornado, and in the aftermath of the storm, she begins to develop feelings for another girl at school"--
Membro:BlueSquirrel
Título:Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World
Autores:Ashley Herring Blake (Autor)
Informação:Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (2019), Edition: Reprint, 336 pages
Colecções:ACQ Queue, Favoritos
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Etiquetas:AZ-HOME, middle grade, sexual identity, LGBTQIA, realistic fiction, family, relationships, friendship, coming of age, art, crush

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This book was so adorable, emotional and sweet. Ivy was so sweet and her fears etc., were so well written that I couldn't believe it. The cover makes total sense, the fact that it started so raw was unreal - never read anything like twister but darn I felt like I was there. Secondary characters were superb, the end was so cute and sweet - I literally am now obsessed with AHB ( )
  ashezbookz | Oct 20, 2020 |
One of the best LGBT middle grade books I've read - emotions are complex and authentic throughout. Highly recommended. ( )
  scout101 | Sep 15, 2020 |
This book! THIS BOOK!! Oh my gosh this book was so sweet, and touching, and beautiful, and I have so many feelings! This book made me laugh and cry and everything in between. I adored this book.

And it warms my heart to see such an unapologetically queer middle grade book. I feel like there's far less queer middle grades than there is queer YA, and we need to start seeing more middle grade books like this. And this book is just... it's so good. I cannot recommend this book enough (both for younger kids and older readers). It was truly spectacular.

RTC. ( )
  irisssssssss | Jun 17, 2020 |
Ivy Aberdeen is struggling with feeling invisible in her family—her mom is busy with Ivy’s new twin brothers. Things get worse when a tornado destroys their home, displacing the family. In the aftermath, Ivy—an artist—loses a notebook filled her most precious drawings. When they start showing up in her locker with notes attached, Ivy realizes the note-leaver may be on to what Ivy can barely voice herself: she has crushes and dreams about girls. Can Ivy make herself seen and follow her heart?

"How was Ivy supposed to know how to handle all these feelings... all these feelings at all, if everything she saw and read about and heard was all boy-girl, girl-boy?"

I genuinely don’t know what we did to deserve Ashley Herring Blake, but we are lucky. She’s become one of my favorite authors. This unique middle grade novel (Ivy is 12) is yet another beautifully written book from Blake that tells a story so many kids need to hear.

And Ivy. Oh Ivy. I loved this kid. She goes through so much, and we see her present tough, real feelings. She’s artistic, resilient, and witty. And, oh yeah, she likes girls. It’s just the best sort of representation in the world, you know? I wish this was on the shelves and being read in every middle school.

This book is lovely, real, and tells an invaluable story. It’s so funny and sweet, and I honestly would recommend it for everyone.

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  justacatandabook | Dec 4, 2019 |
Twelve year old Ivy Aberdeen's life turned upside down when her house was destroyed by a tornado. At the elementary school gym, which was being used as a shelter, she meets June, the daughter of their family doctor. As the two develop a friendship, Ivy thinks she wants something more but is too afraid to broach the subject.

She's even too afraid to tell her big sister, Layla, about it because Layla and her best friend Gigi had an argument when Gigi came out to Layla.

When Ivy can't find her notebook in the school gym, her notebook with all her drawings showing her and an unknown girl, Ivy panics. When pages of the notebook appear in her locker, she is even more upset and afraid.

the interesting thing about Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World is the author Ashley Herring Blake describes how Ivy would paint a scene, describing the colors and the components of the picture.

The books tackles friendship and sexuality in a very realistic way. It's a good book for middle graders who are grappling with who they like vs who they are supposed to like. ( )
  EdGoldberg | Dec 1, 2019 |
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