✰ My Jasper June Author Laurel Snyder – Diclofenac16.us

My Jasper JuneThis Book Is A Treasure A Touching Story Of Friendship, Loss, And Finding Beauty In The Everyday, With Characters Who Stay With You Long After You Ve Turned The Final Page I Absolutely Loved It R J Palacio, New York Times Bestselling Author Of WonderLaurel Snyder, Author Of Orphan Island, Returns With Another Unforgettable Story Of The Moments In Which We Find Out Who We Are, And The Life Altering Friendships That Show Us What We Can BeThe School Year Is Over, And It Is Summer In Atlanta The Sky Is Blue, The Sun Is Blazing, And The Days Brim With Possibility But Leah Feels Lost She Has Been This Way Since One Terrible Afternoon A Year Ago, When Everything Changed Since That Day, Her Parents Have Become Distant, Her Friends Have Fallen Away, And Leah S Been Adrift And AloneThen She Meets Jasper, A Girl Unlike Anyone She Has Ever Known There S Something Mysterious About Jasper, Almost Magical And Jasper, Leah Discovers, Is Also Lost Together, The Two Girls Carve Out A Place For Themselves, A Hideaway In The Overgrown Spaces Of Atlanta, Away From Their Parents And Their Hardships, Somewhere Only They Can FindBut As The Days Of This Magical June Start To Draw To A Close, And The Darker Realities Of Their Lives Intrude Once , Leah And Jasper Have To Decide How Real Their Friendship Is, And Whether It Can Be Enough To Save Them Both

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  1. says:

    I LOVED this book Check out my video review.


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I won this book in a giveaway from Goodreads and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this book This is the first YA novel I have read in awhile so it was refreshing It talks about things that might be a little bittaboo for kids including death and a child being homeless This wasn t something where there were twists and turns, but the book really came all together at the end I guess if I really had thought about it, this would be something that would be very predictable, but I won this book in a giveaway from Goodreads and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this book This is the first YA novel I have read in awhile so it was refreshing It talks about things that might be a little bittaboo for kids including death and a child being homeless This wasn t something where there were twists and turns, but the book really came all together at the end I guess if I really had thought about it, this would be something that would be very predictable, but I was okay with that.It s a cute read about friendship, hard times and trying to get through those things


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    I stayed up late reading this one because I could not put it down Leah and her parents have struggled through the past year after he brother s accidental death Leah feels alone, with her friendships fading and a feeling of being mostly ignored by her parents A few days into summer break Leah meets Jasper, who quickly becomes a friend and fills that deep dark hole that rests within Leah She quickly finds that Jasper s living situation is horrible, as she is staying in an old abandoned house I stayed up late reading this one because I could not put it down Leah and her parents have struggled through the past year after he brother s accidental death Leah feels alone, with her friendships fading and a feeling of being mostly ignored by her parents A few days into summer break Leah meets Jasper, who quickly becomes a friend and fills that deep dark hole that rests within Leah She quickly finds that Jasper s living situation is horrible, as she is staying in an old abandoned house It becomes Leah s mission to help Jasper, although Jasper insists that her circumstances must be kept secret As time passes, this secret becomes difficult, even impossible, to keep When does truly helping a person take precedence over keeping your word Early digital copy provided by Edelweiss


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    A summer story soaked in magic, My Jasper June is a beautiful exploration of friendship, loss, and family Feeling neglected by her parents and lost in her own sadness, Leah finds an instant kindred spirit in Jasper and for the first time, begins to see the luster in life again Jasper also knows a thing or two about abandonment, and as the girls bond over one magical summer, they realize they can t hide from reality forever Luckily, Snyder is the perfect writer to tackle these tough subjects a A summer story soaked in magic, My Jasper June is a beautiful exploration of friendship, loss, and family Feeling neglected by her parents and lost in her own sadness, Leah finds an instant kindred spirit in Jasper and for the first time, begins to see the luster in life again Jasper also knows a thing or two about abandonment, and as the girls bond over one magical summer, they realize they can t hide from reality forever Luckily, Snyder is the perfect writer to tackle these tough subjects and does so with astounding grace and brilliance My Jasper June is soon to be a beloved classic of book clubs everywhere


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    Snyder s summery offering is another middle grade winner In MY JASPER JUNE, two girls with problems much bigger than them find that the bonds of friendship empower them and enrich their lives Snyder writes a unique kind of fiction that straddles the line between realism and fantasy, and this book is sure to please both kinds of readers.


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    A feel good, magical story about a family s experience with grief and all of the emotions that loss can exhume Leah is a young girl trying to find her way after experiencing a devastating loss that she never thinks her family is going to come back from and then she meets Jasper, a girl who becomes a sliver of light in their world of darkness Jasper s life isn t typical in any way to Leah, but Leah slowly learns that normal is not a label she aspires her family to withhold After her families A feel good, magical story about a family s experience with grief and all of the emotions that loss can exhume Leah is a young girl trying to find her way after experiencing a devastating loss that she never thinks her family is going to come back from and then she meets Jasper, a girl who becomes a sliver of light in their world of darkness Jasper s life isn t typical in any way to Leah, but Leah slowly learns that normal is not a label she aspires her family to withhold After her families loss she becomes aware that everything is forever different, and Jasper is the friend she needed to ensure her life is lived A story of hope, friendship, and family


  7. says:

    There are good stories and then there are perfect stories, laurelsnyder s new middle grade book is one that will sit in my heart for a long time and one that I hope others will find and love as well Perhaps we all just needstories to not feel broken, perhaps we all need to find our very own Jasper so we can remember how to live Adding this to my best books of year list pernillerecommends


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    Holds interest family dynamics post death in family children fending for themselves community friendship trying to fill a broken cup


  9. says:

    Ooh, I love the cover The Orphan Island vibes are strong


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    When you re a kid it s so easy to feel isolated and alone Especially when your family has suffered a loss like Leah s Laurel Snyder has written a deeply beautiful book in MY JASPER JUNE that addresses tough topics in genuine and accessible ways After an isolating school year, Leah finds herself aimlessly drifting through a boring summer in her Atlanta neighborhood That is, until she meets Jasper Their friendship changes Leah s life in big ways Not only does Leah find the courage to address When you re a kid it s so easy to feel isolated and alone Especially when your family has suffered a loss like Leah s Laurel Snyder has written a deeply beautiful book in MY JASPER JUNE that addresses tough topics in genuine and accessible ways After an isolating school year, Leah finds herself aimlessly drifting through a boring summer in her Atlanta neighborhood That is, until she meets Jasper Their friendship changes Leah s life in big ways Not only does Leah find the courage to address the elephant in the room with her parents, but she learns to stand up for what is right This is the type of book that could unlock a discussion on some difficult subjects with your young reader Sometimes you just need an opening

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