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  • 144 pages
  • Guts
  • Raina Telgemeier
  • English
  • 13 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Guts

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    Goodreads Raina Telgemeier is releasing a new book Me

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    Do you ever feel like someone is writing about your life As someone with chronic stomach pain, this sounds painfully relatable.

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    Absolutely amazing and brave of Raina to share her story to help others who might be going through the same thing Highly recommended for children who are anxious and nervous They may benefit from this book 5 stars, all the way

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    How do you read the book

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    Read in one sitting Raina can do no wrong I personally feel this is her best yet.

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    This is a really long book but its worth the time.From guts fan 23

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    Thank you to Scholastic for the Advanced Reading Copy This review contains spoilers, and is written from the perspective of a children s librarian.It s been 5 years since Sisters, the sequel to Smile, was published From my experience working in libraries, interest in the series has only increased over time When I visit grades 4 6 and ask if anyone has read the Smile series, almost every hand goes up boys included For that reason alone, the 3rd book in the series is a must purchase for public and school libraries.Beyond that, Guts is phenomenal The best book in the series thus far The pacing, dialogue, humor, and subject matter shows that Raina Telegemeier is truly a master graphic novelist at the top of her game.As with Smile and Sisters, Guts is based on elements of Raina s middle grade life Where Smile is about Raina s insecurities about her braces, and Sisters is about her difficult relationship with her sister, Guts is about her anxiety At first Raina develops a phobia of throwing up She experiences a panic attack at the ...

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    Copy provided by the publisherIn this third graphic novel memoir, popular author Telgemeier recounts the difficulties she faced in fourth and fifth grade Living in a small apartment with her parents and younger sister and brother, her family often passed around stomach flu Combined with the anxiety she felt at school, this morphed into a fear of certain foods, and a terror about vomiting She often would have an upset stomach, which caused her to miss a lot of school The doctors could never find any physical ailment, so eventually her parents sent her to a therapist, who helped her with her anxiety Late elementary school has a lot of friend drama, and Raina had to deal with the impending move of her best friend, as well as a mean girl Therapy helped her learn some coping mechanisms that made it possible for her to get through school and even make some supportive friends Strengths There are not many books that deal with children participating in therapy Gerber s Focused being the most recent exception , and with the growing number of children with anxiety issues, this is a needed topic It is good to see that there were supportiv...

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    My childhood anxiety manifested itself in severe migraines, often accompanied by vomiting I would get so anxious nervous excited about things when I was young, that I would often have to miss out because I had such a strong migraine and was vomiting Field trips to the circus and fire station Christmas caroling with families, etc Raina shares how her anxiety manifested itself I grew out of my migraines, but it wasn t until college w...

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GutsBOOKS Guts Author Raina Telgemeier A True Story From Raina Telgemeier, The 1 New York Times Bestselling, Multiple Eisner Award Winning Author Of Smile, Sisters, Drama, And Ghosts Raina Wakes Up One Night With A Terrible Upset Stomach Her Mom Has One, Too, So It S Probably Just A Bug Raina Eventually Returns To School, Where She S Dealing With The Usual Highs And Lows Friends, Not Friends, And Classmates Who Think The School Year Is Just One Long Gross Out Session It Soon Becomes Clear That Raina S Tummy Trouble Isn T Going Away And It Coincides With Her Worries About Food, School, And Changing Friendships What S Going On Raina Telgemeier Once Again Brings Us A Thoughtful, Charming, And Funny True Story About Growing Up And Gathering The Courage To Face And Conquer Her Fears.

About the Author: Raina Telgemeier

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