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|Length: 256 pages||Book 1 of 1 in Ghosts||Age Level: 8 - 12|
|Grade Level: 3 - 7|
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About the Author
* "Telgemeier's bold colors, superior visual storytelling, and unusual subject matter will keep readers emotionally engaged and unable to put down this compelling tale." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
* "A can't-miss addition to middle grade graphic novel shelves; hand to fans of the author and newcomers alike." -- School Library Journal, starred review
* "The story is consistently engaging, the plot is tightly built." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review
"[A] gem of a graphic novel" -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"Raina Telgemeier’s characters fizz with visual energy." -- The New York Times Book Review
- File Size : 90185 KB
- Publication Date : September 13, 2016
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print Length : 256 pages
- Publisher : Graphix (September 13, 2016)
- ASIN : B01A8Z86H0
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #31,046 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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My favorite part of the book is when Catherine meets thatt old lady at the halloween party who she thinks is her grandmother. This part shows love and kindness because Catherine gives juice and love to that old lady who Catherine doesnt even know. Even if that old lady is a ghost, Catherine got used to it and gave love to almost everyone in the book. Also this book is very simalar to Sisters because Catherine and Maya get along and Catherine tries to help Maya feel better. Since there is no cure for Maya 's cystic fibrosis .....she keeps thinking about dying. That part makes me feel sad for Maya. Until when a little kid ghost (Carlos 's uncle) talks with Maya about how it is like to be a ghost. The part that leaves kind of a cliffhanger is the part when the cat at the end of the book looks like he/she cooks the food. I really want to know who that cat is and what did it do. I think The cat is the grandmother.
Overall...I definetely recommend this book to all readers of any age! Amazing book Raina Telemeiger!! :)
Why I picked it up: Raina Telgemeier is another one of those authors that I will read anything she writes forever.
Why I finished it: Telgemeier has a unique ability to take sensitive subjects and situations and create stories about how we can muster the courage to take the next step forward and recover from our own shortcomings. Ghosts deals with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that can cause a buildup of mucus in the lungs which can lead to other serious respiratory problems. Telgemeier takes us inside the lives of these two fictional sisters to explore the very real issues that individuals and families with loved ones batting cystic fibrosis must be aware of on a constant basis. It's a struggle for Cat to have to share her life with her sister, but she has also taken on the role of protector which perhaps prevents her from having to deal with her own fears. The festival of Dìa de lost Muertos that the town participates in each year (and is celebrated worldwide, usually around the same time as Halloween) helps Cat begin to put some perspective about how we celebrate life and how to live her life to the fullest. She knows Maya's cystic fibrosis will only get worse as she gets older, and at one point Maya asks her parents why she shouldn't make the most of the time she has now while things aren't too bad. Death is a weighty subject to be sure, but Telgemeier seems to arrange the notion in a context that is perhaps not so scary and foreboding to the reader. Thanks to the softness of her art style and the wonderful colors by Lamb, the story still has a lighthearted, wholesome feel to it - like having a conversation with a close friend. Ghosts is a story about how we connect with our family both in life and in death, and how they can give us the courage to keep going when the odds are against us.