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Newbery Honor author Shannon Hale and New York Times bestselling illustrator LeUyen Pham join forces in this graphic memoir about how hard it is to find your real friends―and why it's worth the journeyWhen best friends are not forever. No way I can’t believe how great this book is If I were a wealthy schoolteacher I’d gift this to all of my students This is unlike any memoir I’ve ever read For starters it’s a graphic novel so it’s not your usual memoir Also since Shannon Hale is obsessed with stories there are stories within this story It’s really special Truthfully the plot isn’t exceptional I mean it’s about a girl in middle school who has trouble making friends and even when she makes them she has trouble keeping them There is bullying involved but lots of happy moments as well I’m sure there are thousands of books exploring friendship in middle school So what makes this story worth your time Mini Shannon Hale that’s for sure She is absolutely relatable She herself is not the popular type and yet her honesty uirkiness and friendliness make her someone you’d want to be around She sees the world differently and that makes her interesting I remember having trouble making friends in middle school as well Like Shannon things started well but kids have a flare for drama so there were tears and sadness involved in my childhood too Shannon Hale wanted readers to be able to say ‘‘That’s exactly how I felt’’ and I think she succeededBecause it’s a memoir illustrating S Hale’s life from first grade to fifth grade—those are five years—it progresses really fast I liked that about it Not too fast to seem like the author doesn’t touch on anything substantial Just very very well But then again that’s how it has to be since this is a short book The graphics are wonderful I know I’ve only praised S Hale so far but the reality is this book wouldn’t have been half as engrossing if LeUyen Pham hadn’t done such a fantastic job of bringing S Hale’s past to life I can’t wait to read THE PRINCESS IN BLACK since I read she was the illustrator for that one tooI can’t stress this enough Kids need to read this book Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’

Summary Real Friends

Real FriendsO be Jen's and some girls would do anything to stay on top even if it means bullying othersNow every day is like a roller coaster for Shannon Will she and Adrienne stay friends Can she stand up for herself And is she in The Group―or ou. Real Friends will be highly relatable to many This is a nonfiction graphic novel account of author Shannon Hale's elementary years up to 5th grade specifically her upsetting experiences with friendship Going only by the title and cover art I thought this would be a mostly feel good story about friendships that grow into the solid kind that last a lifetime It's the opposite Hale struggled with a selfish cliue of popular girls who included her in their group sometimes but simply tolerated her when she was in then outright shunned her Real Friends's story line definitely isn't uniue but Hale effectively captured the painful and sometimes scary dynamics of cliues especially the all consuming loneliness the shunned feel I related to the story as I became the shunned in 6th grade my worst school year with memories that remain some of my most vivid and pain that's somehow still very sharp I also witnessed others get mocked and shunned usually for superficial reasons such as one nice girl the grade above me who was shunned because of her raging acne Children have a breath taking lack of or very little empathy and Hale's account is powerful in its highlighting of how absolutely essential empathy isI recommend this for children and adults though children probably will get out of it Hale's seuel is Best Friends which I'll read next

Shannon Hale ✓ 5 review

review Real Friends è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò ⚦ [PDF] ✎ Real Friends By Shannon Hale ✶ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Newbery Honor author Shannon Hale and New York Times bestselling illustrator LeUyen Pham join forces in this graphic memoir about how hard it is to find your real friends―and why it'sShannon and Adrienne have been best friends ever since they were little But one day Adrienne starts hanging out with Jen the most popular girl in class and the leader of a circle of friends called The Group Everyone in The Group wants t. I've had my eye on this graphic novel memoir set in the 80s for awhile now so I was beyond keen on getting my reading on I sped through this thrilling ride in one big whirlwind When best friends are not forever  Shannon and Adrienne have been best friends ever since they were little But one day Adrienne starts hanging out with Jen the most popular girl in class and the leader of a circle of friends called The Group Everyone in The Group wants to be Jen's #1 and some girls would do anything to stay on top even if it means bullying othersNow every day is like a roller coaster for Shannon Will she and Adrienne stay friends Can she stand up for herself And is she in The Group―or outThis book to be honest made me feel utterly frightened for my nine year old sister Like what kind of fresh hell is going on in the American education system where the amount of bullying Shannon went through in the fourth grade was completely overlooked to the point of oblivionThis is frightening The amount of pain and suffering school can bring to a child made me that feel sure about my decision to homeschoolI was then also gobsmacked by the abuse Shannon experienced at the hands of her older sister looking to alleviate her own pain by putting it all on this little girl I mean if it's unacceptable to hit a nine year old stranger then it sure as hell is unacceptable to hit your own sisterI'm still shellshocked at this panel This poor kid experienced utter terror in her own home Shannon ran to hide just at the sound of Wendy's voice and that had me nearly in tearsPlease treat your younger siblings with all the love and respect you haveShannon's perspective gave us a very keen look on her girlhood and it made me understand certain outbursts kids might have with a clear eye Like when she was playing with her siblings and starts crying when caught not at her loss but at the overwhelming build up of emotions from feeling left out It made me remember that kids tearing up isn't usually about the situation at hand but about something much deeper in their heads that only they have the knowledge about And it's our jobs to show them that they can trust us enough to share their thoughts On a uplifting note Real Friends has some incredible art that I'd like to highlight by sharing a few favorite panels of mine Note I’m an Affiliate If you’re interested in buying Real Friends   just click on the image below to go through my link I’ll make a small commission Support creators you love Buy a Coffee for nat bookspoils with Ko ficombookspoils This review and can be found on my blog