E–pub/Pdf [The Girl in the Torch] ☆ Robert Sharenow

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The Girl in the Torch

Robert Sharenow Ñ 4 Read The Girl in the Torch Read Í 104 The Invention of Hugo Cabret meets True Grit in this heartfelt novel of resilience hope and discovering a family where you least expect it from award winning author Robert SharenowAt the dawn of the twentieth century thousands of immigrants are arriving in the promised land of New York City Twelve year old Sarah has always dreamed of America a land of freedom and possibility In her small village she stares at a p. I was sent an ARC of The Girl in the Torch but my review is entirely my own opinionRight from the beginning of this book I was pulled into Sarah s struggles and admired the way the author set up each conflict and could make every little problem feel like the end of the world for Sarah As a new American immigrant arriving around the turn of the century Sarah faces many varied challenges from losing her mother to choosing to jump from the boat to avoid deportation to scavenging for food and a place to sleep among the Statute of Liberty Through all of this Sarah remains resilient and hopeful which is part of what made this book so special Though Sarah undergoes horrible tragedies she is always trying to move forward and overcome her next challenge She doesn t dwell on things and remains optimistic and kind to those around her Moreso what made me admire Sarah s character is she was actually smart The author Robert Sharenow didn t have her ignore red flags and walk blindly into danger She could realize when something wasn t uite right stand up for herself and get out instead of allowing herself to be dragged into serious trouble This is balanced well with a bit of the meekness and naivety that one would expect of a young girl on her own The balance made her not only a realistic girl but one that young readers can really look up to The pacing of this book is slow at first but is in no short supply of tension Each problem that Sarah has to overcome is presented in a way that makes it hard to look away and each step builds upon itself The last third of the book runs through like a thrill ride as Sarah has to find a way to rescue her new found friends and family from getting sent to prison because of her while still find a way to stay in America It was delightful to see all the pieces come together by the end The epilogue definitely has a bit of sugary sweet cheesiness to it but the overall ending to the story was very delightful I can t think of a better word for it than that since I was just delighted reading it The book had a very diverse flavour to it since the story is of American immigrants Sarah rooms with Chinese people and a black couple befriends an Irish orphan is rescued by a half native man not to mention encounters a variety of cultures settling throughout New York City It definitely reminded me of something I would have read in school It would be perfect for young readers to discuss in a classroom setting as it does touch lightly on things like racism and life for immigrants to the USA I highly encourage teachers and librarians to pick this one up for their students It would also appeal to those who enjoy a historical tale as well All in all 355 stars A very sweet and diverse tale and one to savor Game Changer this heartfelt novel of resilience hope and discovering a family where you least expect it from award winning author Robert SharenowAt Character Animation Crash Course!( DVD not included) the dawn of Stoneheart the Coffee and Philosophy A Conversational Introduction to Philosophy with Readings twentieth century The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ thousands of immigrants are arriving in Es war einmal ein Zweimal the promised land of New York City Twelve year old Sarah has always dreamed of America a land of freedom and possibility In her small village she stares at a p. 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Robert Sharenow Ñ 4 Read The Girl in the Torch Read Í 104 Wims as hard as she can toward the Lady's island and a new lifeHer leap of faith leads her to an unbelievable hiding place the Statue of Liberty itself Now Sarah must find a way to Manhattan while avoiding the night watchman and scavenging enough food to survive When a surprising ally helps bring her to the city Sarah finds herself facing new dangers and a life on her own Will she ever find a true home in America. Review from 9 yr old daughterI loved this The main character never gave up always hoping that something good would happen There are loads of different settings and you feel like you re in every single one Other characters are realistic even the bad guys I really enjoyed this and didn t want it to end Would love a seuel

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Robert Sharenow Ñ 4 Read The Girl in the Torch Read Í 104 Ostcard of the Statue of Liberty and imagines the Lady beckoning to her When Sarah and her mother finally journey across the Atlantic though tragedy strikes and Sarah finds herself being sent back before she even sets foot in the countryYet just as Sarah is ushered onto the boat that will send her away from the land of her dreams she makes a life or death decision She daringly jumps off the back of the boat and s. Originally posted at book has been liked to The Invention of Hugo Cabret and while I haven t read Brian Selznick s book I absolutely adored the film adaption The Girl in the Torch while it shares some similarities with Hugo was a fantastic and uniue novel This was a short book so it proved to be a uick read that I devoured in one sitting I haven t learned much of America s history but I knew bits and pieces about Ellis Island and so this was an interesting perspective onto the difficult process of getting into the US which hasn t changed much even today I ve been to Liberty Island once or twice before but it sure must be something else to stand from the crown looking at the sights below and around I was totally envious of Sarah at this point Not the other stuff like being alone and in the dark and scavenging for food from trash but that feeling of endlessness Sarah s character truly endures so much which is really sad for someone so young In the author s note Sharenow mentions that her country is not mentioned and this was to make the story universal I think he really succeeded with this intention because that feeling of wanting a new life or wanting to belong really resonated with me and should with other readers It also helped that there s such a diverse cast of characters in this book At the beginning of the twentieth century I can only imagine the various people from around the world who had arrived in the US looking for a better life Of course among these people you find many races and nationalities presented in The Girl in the Torch American Indian Chinese Black Irish Italian I really loved how she identifies with most of them despite difference in religion and backgroundThe author has managed to bring to life the many wonders and troubles found in this period of time by capturing the fabulous setting of New York in the 1900s I really enjoyed this strong and beautiful book that I m sure will have readers of all ages mesmerised with the story and relatable main character A great historical adventure that highlights the value of friendship family and never giving up Thank you so much to Megan at HarperCollins International for sending me a copy for review


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    E–pub/Pdf [The Girl in the Torch] ☆ Robert Sharenow review È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Robert Sharenow I thought this book was a little simplistic and the characters were paper thin But my seven year old daughter loved it to the point that she insisted the entire family read it and who am I to say no to a reuest like that? So three stars from me five from Alice

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    E–pub/Pdf [The Girl in the Torch] ☆ Robert Sharenow review È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Robert Sharenow Robert Sharenow Ñ 4 Read Originally posted at book has been liked to The Invention of Hugo Cabret and while I haven’t read Brian Selznick’s book I absolutely adored the film adaption The Girl in the Torch while it shares some similarities with Hugo was a fantastic and uniue novel This was a short book so it proved to be a uick rea

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    review È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Robert Sharenow E–pub/Pdf [The Girl in the Torch] ☆ Robert Sharenow Robert Sharenow Ñ 4 Read I really wanted to read The Girl in the Torch because as a social studies teacher I thought it would be a great

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    Read The Girl in the Torch E–pub/Pdf [The Girl in the Torch] ☆ Robert Sharenow review È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Robert Sharenow While I didn't love the ending and the whole book itself didn't seem wholly realistic I gave this book four stars because of the great and kind characters It tells the story of a young girl whose mother dies shortly after reaching America's Ell

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    review È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Robert Sharenow Robert Sharenow Ñ 4 Read Read The Girl in the Torch Review from 9 yr old daughterI loved this The main character never gave up always hoping that something good would happen There are loads of different settings and you feel like you're in every single one Other characters are realistic even the bad guys I really enjoyed this and didn't want it to end Would love a seuel

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    review È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Robert Sharenow Robert Sharenow Ñ 4 Read Read The Girl in the Torch Sara always wanted a new life in America because her life in her country was not safe and welcoming Her life was hard because her dad died in a war and she and her mom wanted to be free She left with her mom on a boat ride

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    E–pub/Pdf [The Girl in the Torch] ☆ Robert Sharenow I really enjoyed this book is what many people would say but truly this is an incredible story If you've ever had a tragedy in your life or our recovering from one now this is a story showing a very young girl not only pulling threw but surviving a new world with completely different people in itIt really shows how if anyone really tries hard and doesn't let anything drag them down they can accomplish many things This book shows persever

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    Read The Girl in the Torch E–pub/Pdf [The Girl in the Torch] ☆ Robert Sharenow review È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ñ Robert Sharenow This started off a bit slow for me but as it picked up I felt it was a very sweet book that highlighted something very few kids books seem to focus on; discrimination towards immigrants and minorities that has ALWAYS been a part of this country as well as human trafficking of those most vulnerable My interest was truly piued once this subject

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