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Download Mend by Sophia Recca Epub À 96 pages ð Mend A Story of Divorce is the first in a series of graphic novels written by young adults for their peersSophia the fourteen year old author and protagonist tells the heart wrenching story of her parents’ divorce She was just nine years old happy and enjoying life with her mom dad aNews they were getting divorced Her dad was moving to California while Sophia and her brother would stay with their mom Any child who has experienced the trauma of divorce will understand Sophia’s reactions First she blamed herself But then she remembered a note a teacher once wrote on her report card and was inspired to focus on bringing both parents back into her life Even if they could not be under the same roof she thought they could still share in c Recca Sophia Mend 50 pages GRAPHIC NOVEL Zuiker Press 2018 10 Language G 0 swears Mature Content PG Violence G Sophia has a happy home life and can’t imagine anything changing Until one day her world does change As her mother and father work through their tumultuous divorce right in front of her she scrambles to keep her family together and try not to blame herself This was a pretty flimsy interpretation of how a child would actually feel during their parent’s divorce It makes a lot of surface observations but there is little to no depth in the narrative I don’t even know what the target audience for this book would be as it’s too simplistic for a middle schooler but too advanced for a young childMS – OPTIONAL Jewelshttpkissthebookblogspotcom2017

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Aring for her and her brother Sophia’s story will resonate with children and adults who have faced a split in their family or who have friends dealing with divorce The book includes helpful advice for parents as well as a special Teacher’s Corner page Zuiker Press is proud to publish stories about important current topics for kids and adolescents written by their peers that will help them cope with the challenges they face in today’s troubled world It was okay I think the idea of books written by teens for teens can be good Outsiders as a classic example but sometimes it falls flat I saw this book in our school library I teach junior high and it drew me in because I am divorced and I wanted to see if I could find additional insight as to how my own children might have viewed things The beginning was much better than the end It seemed to come together too nicely and not very realistically at the end However I am definitely not the intended audience and I know our students will probably really like it

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Mend by Sophia RecMend A Story of Divorce is the first in a series of graphic novels written by young adults for their peersSophia the fourteen year old author and protagonist tells the heart wrenching story of her parents’ divorce She was just nine years old happy and enjoying life with her mom dad and little brother in Las Vegas Nevada Unexpectedly one night a violent argument disrupted her sleep and shattered her life The next morning her parents told her the dreaded This series of books for teens written by teens strikes me as a well intentioned but poorly thought out experiment I remember giving a workshop to a bunch of high school students where I gave a prompt about cats and every single person in the workshop ended up writing about how cats were like this particular boy in their class that either broke up with them or with one of her friends It was very therapeutic for them and I'm glad they were able to express themselves and bond but Nobody Else should ever have to read those stories or hear them It's not that they're bad it's that they were intensely personal immediate and Very Teenager Many teen's stories are so focused on themselves that they don't really belong outside of a classroom or a really supportive writing or performing group I don't know who this series is for apart from whatever adults felt that there should be a series of books about teenage problems written by teenagers Trying to inspire kids with stories about divorce and cyberbullying reuires some sort of maturity away from the events that these teen writers haven't been given the opportunity to achieveThese books feel to exploity for me to recommend to anyone