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Beverly, Right HereRevisiting Once Again The World Of Raymie Nightingale, Two Time Newbery Medalist Kate DiCamillo Turns Her Focus To The Tough Talking, Inescapably Tenderhearted Beverly Beverly Put Her Foot Down On The Gas They Went Faster StillThis Was What Beverly Wanted What She Always Wanted To Get Away To Get Away As Fast As She Could To Stay AwayBeverly Tapinski Has Run Away From Home Plenty Of Times, But That Was When She Was Just A Kid By Now, She Figures, It S Not Running Away It S Leaving Determined To Make It On Her Own, Beverly Finds A Job And A Place To Live And Tries To Forget About Her Dog, Buddy, Now Buried Underneath The Orange Trees Back Home Her Friend Raymie, Whom She Left Without A Word And Her Mom, Rhonda, Who Has Never Cared About Anyone But Herself Beverly Doesn T Want To Depend On Anyone, And She Definitely Doesn T Want Anyone To Depend On Her But Despite Her Best Efforts, She Can T Help Forming Connections With The People Around Her And Gradually, She Learns To See Herself Through Their Eyes In A Touching, Funny, And Fearless Conclusion To Her Sequence Of Novels About The Beloved Three Rancheros, New York Times Best Selling Author Kate DiCamillo Tells The Story Of A Character Who Will Break Your Heart And Put It Back Together Again

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Beverly, Right Here
  • Kate DiCamillo
  • 17 May 2018
  • 0763694649

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  1. says:

    Quite honestly, I am becoming a big Kate DiCamillo fan Having enjoyedLousiana s Way Home last year, I just couldn t resist reading her latest middle grade novel Fourteen year old Beverly Tapinski is devastated after the death of her dog and so she decides to leave and head out for adventure Eccentric characters and hilarious situations occur and I fell into this tale immediately I would certainly recommend it to a classroom library Goodreads review published 25 08 19 Publication Date 24 Quite honestly, I am becoming a big Kate DiCamillo fan Having enjoyedLousiana s Way Home last year, I just couldn t resist reading her latest middle grade novel Fourteen year old Beverly Tapinski is devastated after the death of her dog and so she decides to leave and head out for adventure Eccentric characters and hilarious situations occur and I fell into this tale immediately I would certainly recommend it to a classroom library Goodreads review published 25 08 19 Publication Date 24 09 19Thanks to Netgalley and Candlewick Press for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review.


  2. says:

    I read the Three Rancheros series out of order Louisiana s Way Home was my first Kate DiCamillo read ever and it remains my favourite of the series I absolutely adored Louisiana and every Burke Allen competed to become my favourite character When I read Raymie s story I was introduced to this wonderful spitfire of a young girl called Beverly I suspected at the time that Beverly would wind up being my favourite character of the series and couldn t wait to readabout her A little over I read the Three Rancheros series out of order Louisiana s Way Home was my first Kate DiCamillo read ever and it remains my favourite of the series I absolutely adored Louisiana and every Burke Allen competed to become my favourite character When I read Raymie s story I was introduced to this wonderful spitfire of a young girl called Beverly I suspected at the time that Beverly would wind up being my favourite character of the series and couldn t wait to readabout her A little over three months ago I read her story and was shocked to discover that it was my least favourite book of the series at the time I didn t want to accept that so I decided a reread was in order I m so glad I tried again because I absolutely fell in love with Beverly s story this time Before I go any further I want to share with you what is quite possibly my favourite passage of the entire series It s an excerpt of the author s letter to the reader at the beginning of this book It s so beautiful that I keep rereading it It makes me want to be a better person every time I see it Raymie Nightingale is about the saving grace of friendship Louisiana s Way Home is about deciding who you are And Beverly, Right Here is about acting on that knowledge of who you are They are all stories of becoming, I think And all three of these books are about the power of community the grace of someone opening a door and welcoming you in, and maybe most of all, having the courage to walk through that door once it s open I get a little misty eyed even thinking about it Anyway, without further ado It s August 1979 and Beverly Tapinski is now 14 years old Buddy, the one eyed Dog of Our Hearts , has died and Beverly has decided to leave home She had run away from home plenty of times, but that was when she was just a kid It wasn t running away this time, she figured It was leaving She had left Grieving the loss of her dog but determined not to cry, Beverly winds up at Seahorse Court There she meets Iola Jenkins, an elderly lady who lives in a pink trailer with His Majesty, King Nod, an overweight grey catIn a crooked little house by a crooked little seaPretty soon Beverly, who doesn t like fish, is working in a seafood restaurant and eating tuna melts regularly This child who believes she belongs to no one becomes important to some new friends and despite her best efforts not to let anyone into her heart, they find a way.With a horse that takes you on a ride to nowhere, a determined and hopeful seagull and Christmas in July in August, this story cracked my heart wide open during my reread I wanted to adopt both rough around the edges Beverly and quirky but loveable Iola, but my favourite character was Elmer He s polite, smart, sensitive and willing to step outside of his comfort zone, and he s the type of friend that you know will be there for you no matter what I adore him and would love to read about what happens to him in the years after this book finishes Or he can just be my friend Whatever comes first.While I feelsatisfied after my reread and aren t as desperate in my search for a nonexistent epilogue, I would love to one day learn that a fourth Rancheros book is being published, one that takes place 20 or 30 years later It would be wonderful to catch up with this trio once they re all grown up to find out what s become of their lives and their friendship.I ve already read two of the Ranchero books twice and I loved boththe second time I get the feeling that no matter how many times I return to them in the future I m going to enjoy themwith every reread Content warnings include view spoiler mention of the death of a beloved pet, inappropriate touching, bullying, abandonment and neglect hide spoiler.Thank you so much to NetGalley and Candlewick Press for the opportunity to read this book.Original Review 15 June 2019 Just finished reading and I have no idea what to write in my review so I m going to ponder for a while Oh, and while I m at it, I m going to frantically search for an epilogue because I don t want to accept that the end is truly the end I have too many question marks about everything that s unresolved I need closure


  3. says:

    My thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Magical writing and great character development I was riveted, watching a closed off Beverly slowly evolve into a fuller, happier young person This book really highlights the damage people do to one another when we isolate or exclude anyone in a community, or fail to ensure that children are adequately cared for, emotionally and physically Beverly had to leave town, get a job and lear My thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Magical writing and great character development I was riveted, watching a closed off Beverly slowly evolve into a fuller, happier young person This book really highlights the damage people do to one another when we isolate or exclude anyone in a community, or fail to ensure that children are adequately cared for, emotionally and physically Beverly had to leave town, get a job and learn to become a part of a community of her own choosing Just a wonderful story with enough loose ends to keep you reading on in this series Highly recommended


  4. says:

    Beverly, Right Here is a work of art I am in awe of its beauty, perfection and nuances This is how a middle grade masterpiece is written I loved Raymie Nightingale The book was magical I may love Beverly, Right Here just as much if notHow I adore reading middle grade books written with actual middle grade children in mind Too often children s literature is written to please adults In content and maturity level Today s kid s are bombarded with depressing news and images in various Beverly, Right Here is a work of art I am in awe of its beauty, perfection and nuances This is how a middle grade masterpiece is written I loved Raymie Nightingale The book was magical I may love Beverly, Right Here just as much if notHow I adore reading middle grade books written with actual middle grade children in mind Too often children s literature is written to please adults In content and maturity level Today s kid s are bombarded with depressing news and images in various media formats Author s should allow them to have some escapism through their stories.Every character in Beverly, Right Here is well developed and interesting I think children will really get Beverly and come to care for her deeply as well as Iola, Elmer and Nod the cat I also love that the color Lapis Lazuli is mentioned frequently in the book A favorite color of mine It is easy to tell when a book is so good The writing feels easy and personal Almost like it was written just for you A characteristic only the best children s classic titles possess Books written by E.B White, Beverly Clearly and Paula Danziger come to mind There will be many accolades when Beverly, Right Here is officially released It is truly a gem


  5. says:

    5.0 Kate DiCamillo always amazes me She can write perfectly well about imperfect things in life.Story of Beverly is connected to Louisiana s Way Home and Raymie Nightingale.Beverly has left her house, her alcoholic mother, her best friend Raymie and Her best friend Buddy s grave, a Dog She doesn t have a reason to stay She sets out into the world and tries to stay on her own But she meets Iola, who takes her in into her Trailor, People in Mr C s where she finds a job and Elmer, a gro 5.0 Kate DiCamillo always amazes me She can write perfectly well about imperfect things in life.Story of Beverly is connected to Louisiana s Way Home and Raymie Nightingale.Beverly has left her house, her alcoholic mother, her best friend Raymie and Her best friend Buddy s grave, a Dog She doesn t have a reason to stay She sets out into the world and tries to stay on her own But she meets Iola, who takes her in into her Trailor, People in Mr C s where she finds a job and Elmer, a grocery store clerk who likes Poetry and she again falls for them Everyone she meets is broken in some or other way but she sees a spark of life in them which in turn helps her to find her own spark Just because you can t stand to think about something doesn t mean it ain t happening, that it ain t true People wait on other people People rely on other people I loved this book It has the feel of Louisiana s Way Home and I am eager to read Raymie s story next DiCamillo is wonderful in narrating Friendship, Dreams, hope totally LIFE.ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review Thanks for making this available Happy Reading


  6. says:

    Beverly, Right Here is the perfect finale to Kate DiCamillo s wonderful series This book is both heartwarming and heartbreaking But above all, it highlights the importance of seeing the good in others, the need to trust and rely on other people, and the power of letting people in.If you re looking for a book with complex, utterly lovable characters, and insightful dialogue, pick up Beverly, Right Here Read my full review here I received an e ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest r Beverly, Right Here is the perfect finale to Kate DiCamillo s wonderful series This book is both heartwarming and heartbreaking But above all, it highlights the importance of seeing the good in others, the need to trust and rely on other people, and the power of letting people in.If you re looking for a book with complex, utterly lovable characters, and insightful dialogue, pick up Beverly, Right Here Read my full review here I received an e ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review


  7. says:

    THIS ISN T OUT FOR EIGHT MONTHS BUT IT GETS 5 STARS BECAUSE KATE DICAMILLO.Come quickly, September O_O September 2019 cries for a million years GO READ IT.


  8. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with the digital ARC of this book in exchange for my honest reviewactual rating 4.6 5 well, what do i expect from this amazing author she literally did it again reading this book makes me want to hug Beverly so badly.This is a story of Beverly Tapinski after the events ofRaymie NightingaleandLouisiana s Way Homeand after the death of his dog, Buddy She lived with her alcoholic mother who barely acknowledged her existencThanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with the digital ARC of this book in exchange for my honest reviewactual rating 4.6 5 well, what do i expect from this amazing author she literally did it again reading this book makes me want to hug Beverly so badly.This is a story of Beverly Tapinski after the events ofRaymie NightingaleandLouisiana s Way Homeand after the death of his dog, Buddy She lived with her alcoholic mother who barely acknowledged her existence in their home so she decided to run away.I love her characterization and how she managed to pull everything off she got herself a job and she met new people just to survive in an unfamiliar place She was supposed to be a cold hearted girl but something happened that turned her all soft and belonged again.If you love reading Kate s other books, this one should be in your anticipated list too because it has all the right mixture of tragedy, friendships, poetic and melodramatic rhythms


  9. says:

    The story of three friends that began in Raymie Nightingale is concluded in this third book Beverly s spunk and honesty has made her one of my favorite characters from the beginning But it s in Beverly, Right Here that we really get that final picture of who she is and who she wants to be.Kate Dicamillo has created a masterful series It s not packed with action or daring plot twists or subplots so don t approach it with those expectations But rather it a straightforward look at the longings The story of three friends that began in Raymie Nightingale is concluded in this third book Beverly s spunk and honesty has made her one of my favorite characters from the beginning But it s in Beverly, Right Here that we really get that final picture of who she is and who she wants to be.Kate Dicamillo has created a masterful series It s not packed with action or daring plot twists or subplots so don t approach it with those expectations But rather it a straightforward look at the longings and intricacies of the heart We watch as these lovable but hurting characters are handed hope through humor and friendship Highly recommend Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for my honest review


  10. says:

    Beverly, Right Here was a touching middle grade story that connected the characters from two of DiCamillo s early books Louisiana s Way Home and Raymie Nightingale The story starts off with a girl who feels lost after her dog dies, while living in a less than suitable home and she decides to runaway I did enjoy reading this one, and loved all the characters surrounding Beverly I think Louisiana way Home is still my favorite, but would recommend all three Thank you to Candlewick Press and Ne Beverly, Right Here was a touching middle grade story that connected the characters from two of DiCamillo s early books Louisiana s Way Home and Raymie Nightingale The story starts off with a girl who feels lost after her dog dies, while living in a less than suitable home and she decides to runaway I did enjoy reading this one, and loved all the characters surrounding Beverly I think Louisiana way Home is still my favorite, but would recommend all three Thank you to Candlewick Press and NetGalley for the opportunity to review this advanced copy

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