This book was a huge tear jerker for me. I would recommend it for an audience who can understand the seriousness of the real life situation which had such a big impact on society. This is a story about bullies and heroes. Sam was happy once he found out his past and sad when his friend Caroline had to move away. This book is great! Alex Douglas always wanted to be a hero. One thing I particularly loved was the kindness which arose from strangers after that morning. In the end, the story reveals that "The Man in T. In the beginning, this book didn't really make sense to me. It tells the major event that happened on September 11th, the nine eleven. This is one of few MG books that I find to be. A story that brings the family perspective to the 9/11 tragedy. Most editors wouldn’t recommend going over 80,000, as it will inspire bad taste among readers. This book is similar to Dork Diaries and Mostly Miserable Life of April Sinclair. ISBN: 0547577095. Similarly, most adults won’t be very interested in a 40-page picture book. Most importantly, she has Amanda, her BFF who is pretty, sweet, and popular. I really wanted to like it, after so many great reviews, but the best part about it was finishing it, and moving on to another book. The best part was the fact that there were three different characters and, in the end, all of their stories connected and they were all together. Station Eleven starts like any post-apocalyptic book, with the obligatory deadly flu that empties the earth. It is exciting and heart wrenching as well as well as a key event in many peoples lives. This book is literary the things that happen when your in middle school for a girl. This is an incomplete list of books about the September 11 attacks.In the first 10 years since the September 11, 2001 attacks, dozens of books were published that focus specifically on the topic or on subtopics such as just the attacks on World Trade Towers in New York City, and more have been published since.. A number of publications have released their own rankings of books about 9-11. "I hate you." I vaguely remember my mother picking me up from preschool. The unbelievably sad tragedy of 9/11 happened when I was at the young age of 5. I don't know, something about the book was so sweet and comforting. Of course I have learned more and more about the even throughout the years in school, listening to different lectures, watching different documentaries, and reading about it online. This is a wonderful story about a horrible day. However, this rule can be bent for the following reasons: ■ The memoir contains lots of personal messages and lessons Winnie knows that change isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially when it means her best friend, Amanda, might be dropping her for someone else. Tami Charles is a former teacher and the author of picture books, middle grade and young adult novels, and nonfiction. But it was still easy to understand the protagonist's (Winnie Perry, funny enough) personality and her friendships and how she acts. Most of the characters were extremely unlikeable. Station Eleven starts like any post-apocalyptic book, with the obligatory deadly flu that empties the earth. The main character Winnie has to go though drama, picking Friends, and talk about guys. I remember exactly why I loved these books so much when I was younger. We see the day from the eyes of a young boy, Alex. . All of the schools were closed for a few days because of the fear that terrorists might attack other. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Told from the perspective of both Alex (turning 11 on 9/11) and an unnamed (until the end) adult who sees the towers fall, it is a sensitive read that captures what it must have been like to be there that day. (Historical fiction. The mood of the story is happy and sad. Lauren Myracle did a great job opening The Winnie Years series, even though I am not eleven it would probably be easily relate able to an eleven year old. Welcome back. This would be a great book for a short plane ride. This book gives a good message that growing up is hard. Later on, when the disaster of nine eleven started and the main character Alex's parents are in the building while this disaster happened, the feeling suddenly gets nervous. This one is fine. When summer comes and sixth grade is inching closer Winnie finds that her relationship with her best friend,Amanda, is gradually fading. This is a story about bulli. In this book she turns eleven and her friend Amanda doesn’t really like Winnie anymore and is best friends with someone else. A little known book that is spot-on about a boy's life on the day of 911--He also happens to be turning 11. I was interested but a bit reluctant. It is a very emotional book with a clear and original plot line. In as many as I could, in my book, I wrote the Chapters so they can stand alone as little fables and tales of their own. When Alex rescues a stray dog as a birthday gift to himself, he doesn't think his life can get much better. I like her writing style and sense of humor. It would've been much better if there was a message delivered that your appearance isn't everything, and that you should seek an adult's assistance when dealing with tricky issues especially bullies. Eleven Eleven was an exciting book, it was very captivating and made us understand who the characters were and what they were like, Dowsell makes us really understand what the characters are going through and how they react to what is happening to them and their surroundings. Math. A great book for kids and adults, alike. When Alex rescues a stray dog as a birthday gift to himself, he doesn't think his life can get much better. After cleaning out my bookshelf, I stumbled upon The Winnie Years series. A lot can change in a year . yes I would all you have to do is read past chapter ten and you will be pulled in. We are proud to announce that ELEVEN by Tom Rogers is a B.R.A.G. While I read this book, I really though the character of Alex, who is a younger boy whose birthday happen to falls on September 11, 2001. The mean length of the chapters is 35 pages. It makes the events of 9/11 accessible to them through a kid's perspective, but also gives the perspective of a man who was at the Towers when it happened. I ran to my brother and we just played with our toys like any day. In the beginning, this book didn't really make sense to me. Original: My school is doing a One Read, where everyone in the school reads the same book. How many total pages are there in the 11 chapters? Dogs, adventure, and family. the author does a really good job making the story realistic to an eleven year olds life. This book on the reaction of an eleven year old boy to 9/11 was very well written, and very appropriate for middle grade children. But this day has bigger things in store for both of them. I finally gave it a read on 9/11/20 and I was emotional by the time I finished it. This is one of few MG books that I find to be very realistic. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Another aspect of this book that really adds to the story and could even be relatable to older adults would be the character of Mac and a mysterious man who are both at the World Trade Center. The right books are the page-turners that keep you riveted and picking up the book again and again. When Alex gets up the next morning, his father is already gone to work as a PATH train driver to the World Trade Center. But then the story began to weave with other characters' stories and I thought that helped the plot and characters develop deeper. Dinah is a very good and nice friend. He finds a stray dog that leads him to an elderly man waiting for his son to come home - just as Alex is waiting to hear from. Sweet book centered around the events of 9/11. Amanda is now getting caught up in boys and fashion. (THERE IS A PREQUEL TO THIS BOOK, TEN, BUT I NEVER READ IT AND DON'T THINK ITS NESSASARY TO, SINCE I THINK SHE WROTE TEN AFTER SHE WROTE THE SERIES). About tragedy and hope. We've got you covered with the buzziest new releases of the day. Natalie read 3/4 of a book that is 120 pages long. I liked the first book in this series more than this one: there were mulitple things and characters I disliked. But nothing heroic ever happened to Alex. Another fabulous and entertaining book in this series. If you read what Lauren Myracle(the author) says on the very last page of the book she says that she kinda based the book of of her own life and I thought that was pretty cool. For these reasons I give the book one star. Radar, his new dog, pretty much feels the same way. Refresh and try again. I'm 21 years old but when I was in middle school, these books were my favourite. In some ways it has a strong similarity to Guinea Dog, without the humor. I definitely recommend this book, because the characters are funny and relatable! This is Eleven: the journey of a boy turning eleven on 9/11. Unfortunately during this horrific event, I was only four years old. I finally gave it a read on 9/11/20 and I was emotional by the time I finished it. The unbelievably sad tragedy of 9/11 happened when I was at the young age of 5. This is just the start of their friendship fading. I think the author did an outstanding job of letting the reader be curious about who that is and why it appears so often in the story? To see what your friends thought of this book, The first book of the series is Ten, the second is Eleven, the third is Twelve, the fourth is Thirteen, the fifth is Thirteen Plus One, the sixth is T, The first book of the series is Ten, the second is Eleven, the third is Twelve, the fourth is Thirteen, the fifth is Thirteen Plus One, the sixth is Thirteen Plus Two, and the last one is Sixteen, This book is the voice of any tween girl. It focuses on a young man, named Alex, who turns 11 on 9/11/01 and what takes place during that day for him and the world. So cute and sweet. The Eleventh Hour: A Curious Mystery is an illustrated children's book by Graeme Base.In it, Horace the Elephant holds a party for his eleventh birthday, to which he invites his ten best friends (various animals) to play eleven games and share in a feast that he has prepared. It was a shorter book, and it had to do with 9/11. Winnie is like any other girl - she's growing up, she has family, friends, enemies, and crushes. Something that I can see children really taking to would be how Alex tells his father he hates him after a fight. Since 9/11 happened when I was so young I wasn't fully able to understand such a traumatic event which led me to choose this book. Winnie is like any other girl - she's growing up, she has family, friends, enemies, and crushes. I was only 2 or 3 when 9/11 happened, so I don’t really remember anything, but I know that it’s something that will always be remembered in everyone’s memories until that entire generation dies out. Their points of view are what really make the book intense and can really give kids a hint of how scary this event really was. A deftly told story that dramatizes how Danes appointed themselves bodyguards—not only for their king, who was in the habit of riding alone in Copenhagen, but for their Jews. Just, fine. I don't know if it's because we listened to the audiobook, but I thought this was horrible. Gail doesnt like Winnie so Amanda and her arent as close as before.Throughout the school year, Winnie meets her match,has to deal with a mean sister,a crush with a pink eye, and a new best friend. this book represents and encourages friendship between Leo Fizpatrick,and Amanda Ellbery, two kids who were born on the same day, and were best friends until some "misunderstandings." Eleven by Patricia Reilly Giff is a great mystery. I have always loved Lauren Myracle's books and this was SO STINKING CUTE! In hopes one can enjoy the Chapter w/out having to know the entire plot. We had to stop listening because it put us all in bad moods. I do like that the author did not make the entire ending a "happily ever after" because that wouldn't have been realistic with the topic. Winnie's sister had her worst moments, and I hated whom she chose as her boyfriend. Readers see he and his sister move through their day after school is released early. And if they are, maybe they’re not challenging them… But every month brings crazy adventures. Station Eleven study guide contains a biography of Emily St. John Mandel, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. 5 out of 5 stars. My dad was a Master Sergeant in the military at the time so me and my family were stationed in Frankfurt, Germany. I'm 21 years old but when I was in middle school, these books were my favourite. A 40,000 to 80,000-word memoir is around 150-265 pages, a standard book-length for the genre. I would certainly read more of her books because of this one. I was annoyed at the beginning with multiple chapters spent dealing with Alex whining about wanting a dog. To see what your friends thought of this book. The relationships with parents, sister, and other grown ups, are all sensitive and real. Book 1:This book is about an 11 year old girl named Winnie who is not like other girls. I LOVED IT I LOVED IT I LOVED IT IT WAS THE ABSOUT BEST ITS A MUST READ ALONG WITH ELEVEN AND THIRTEEN AND IMGUESSING FOURTEEN IS TO WHEM IN COMES OUT AND I USUALLY DONT READ ALOT BUT I READ ON=E WHOLE BOOK OF HERS IN ONE DAY AND IM 10!!! I’m not talking War and Peace. The dove tested its wings with a couple of flaps, then soared away in a blinding flurry of white.”. Alex meets a unique dog along the way, who is a kindred spirit during the entire book and knows how to look after Alex and his sister while they wait for their mom and dad to return home safely. “But there’s knowing, and then there’s seeing. They are so incredibly relatable and some of the themes really hit close to home. I liked this book because I can relate to Winnie about her grumpy teenage sister. Huge responsibility lies with parents. Radar, his new dog, pretty much feels the same way. A book has 11 chapters. There are many pleasures here, from Sam's touching friendship with Caroline to his delightful alternative family -- with his parents dead, he lives with his grandfather over their woodworking shop, next to a deli and a restaurant, whose owners live over them as well. But veteran author Patricia Reilly Giff doesn't need them to craft an utterly engrossing, deeply moving page-turner. I really wanted to like it, after so many great reviews, but the best part about it was finishing it, and moving on to another book. 2014 National Book Award Finalist A New York Times Bestseller An audacious, darkly glittering novel set in the eerie days of civilization’s collapse, Station Eleven tells the spellbinding story of a Hollywood star, his would-be savior, and a nomadic group of actors roaming the scattered outposts of the Great Lakes region, risking everything for art and humanity. While trying to cope over the loose of Amanda, she befriend DInah, and clumsy, not so popular girl who is looking for a friend. After cleaning out my bookshelf, I stumbled upon The Winnie Years series. I read this book when I was like 10 and it got me into reading. .maybe even Winnie. This part of the book can really teach students the idea of being careful what they say, because in Alex’s position he would have never known this would have happened on the same day of the argument with his father. Eleven by Tom Rogers is a great novel that could introduce or expand on younger student’s knowledge of 9/11. Winnie is is having a hard time with sociallife, but then she meets Diana, but she the newest and weirdest girl in her class, but then she realizes that they have a lot in common. When we read it with the class most people give it a 4 stars but I give it a 3 stars. Makes me a little mad that Amanda left Winnie for her! Welcome back. I don't know how many books about 9/11 exist for middle grade readers, but this one is a must-read. Blank Drawing Book: 150 Pages, 8.5 x 11 Large Sketchbook Journal White Paper (Blank Drawing Books) [Journals, Blank Books 'N'] on Amazon.com. Cute read. Sadly, too many homes lack books and too many parents do not encourage their kids to read. The characters are relatable and have a large development throughout the book. Through Alex's eyes. When I first started this book thought it was going to be boring and not interesting at all turns out the first ten chapters are quite boring but after that it does start to get better wouldn’t say it can relate to your life now. The side story of Radar added interest. when i read it, i couldn't put it down. But in Tom Roger's skilled hands, I was able to see this day differently. Personally, I was very young when this even happened, so I don’t have any recollection or memories of it occurring, but I have heard from my mother what she was doing when she found out about the Twin Towers falling, and in turn, where I was. Eleven book. See all links here. Most of all, I hated that sweet Amanda was being forced to hang out with demanding Gail, leaving poor Winnie with immature Dinah Devine. I'd love a more gritty book that deals with these topics - my students can't understand how that day impacted the world and how things changed. Eleven by Tom Rogers is a great novel that could introduce or expand on younger student’s knowledge of 9/11. The three other sequels are amazing as well, as Winnie advances toward her high school years and sees the world around her change. I can see an elementary class reading this book and being able to project themselves into the character of Alex, since he is learning about what is happening and so are the students that are ideally reading the book. All of the schools were closed for a few days because of the fear that terrorists might attack other places around the world. I would read it again if it wasn’t weird for me to be reading it now that I’m in college. Download the new Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 Guide and Premiere Elements 11 Guide ebooks, together containing 22 chapters and 185 pages of visual tutorials and feature how-to’s, and both 100% gratis for personal use…. this was a way better book then I thought it was going to be and I can not wait to read the next book in the series! Those were Alex Douglas's last words to his dad the night before his eleventh birthday. And it’s so similar to real life. Winnie's decided that she's going to remain exactly the same, no matter what the rest of the world does. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money! I unfortunately read this without realizing it was a series and missed the book before it, "10." Who doesn't love a story with a dog that gets a happy ending? We’d love your help. The explicit detail of the news that happened on that day was very hard for me to read and I can imagine that this would be hard for anyone who remembered this day and lost family/friends in this horrific terrorist attack. The men's voices made them all sound like idiots. Throw in a grumpy teenage sister, a cat who gets trapped in the wall, and a crush who has pinkeye, and you've got one big mess--one that Winnie's not going to clean up! You should definitely get your hands on this book if you haven't yet read it. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published I love how it expresses that in the next few coming years when you're a tween/teen, there will be some rough times, with your friends or boys, but you need to live your life and leave those bad times behind and live the present, not the past. No idea how many words that might be, but I might go and check. We had to stop listening because it put us all in bad moods. "Eleven" is the story of a young boy who is turning 11 on 9/11/2001 who has been struggling with his school work, bullying, and his relationship with his dad. It really looks to be the end this time, as the world slows to a halt...literally. After finishing this book in 2 days, all I can say is wow!! Alex meets a unique dog along the way, who is a kindred spirit during the entire book and knows how to look after Alex and his sister while they wait for their mom and dad to return home safely. (1point) I think it's p . Refresh and try again. In the book "Eleven", there are 176 pages. Add comment More. ELEVEN. In the short story, "Eleven" by Sandra Cisneros, I recommend this book a little because it's a little fun. January 14th 2014 This book gives a good message that growing up is hard. I thought the topic of 9/11 was handled very well in this book. She doesnt care about the way she looks or how she acts unlike most girls do. (Not a true story). I think this was done well for middle grade readers. To create our... Alex Douglas always wanted to be a hero. The school year starts and everything is going fine until Amanda finds a new best friend,Gail. Start by marking “Eleven (The Winnie Years, #2)” as Want to Read: Error rating book. Inequalities (Math) Sari has to read a book for English class by the end of the week. I have read Twelve, Thirteen and Thirteen Plus One. It's a touching book, full of comedy and realistic fiction. How many pages does the book eleven by Lauren myracle have? She wants to read at least 200 pages in the first 5 days of the week. And I was beguiled. The book concludes with the Jews' return, after the war, to homes well kept for them by their neighbors. What I thought about this book while I was reading it was that I liked it a lot because it had many details about what she did every day for one year until she turned twelve years old.I will recomend this book to girls in my class. Seeing was thousand times worse. Winner of the 2009 Académie française Grand Prix du roman In The Eleven, Michon lets us into the world of Corentin, a painter shaped by—and who eventually shapes—history.Brought up among provincial aristocracy to become a favorite of Parisian society—his paintings are commissioned by Louis XV’s mistress—Corentin’s career rides the tides of the French Revolution. Having an understanding of what happened, but even more how it affected so many people is so important. His mom is a nurse and his dad drives the train that passes under the World Trade Center every day. Need another excuse to treat yourself to a new book this week? While trying to cope over the loose of Amanda, she befriend DInah, and clumsy, not so popular girl who is looking for a friend. This book was a huge tear jerker for me. Alex immediately regrets his words when he learns about the World Trade Center and remembers his father drives a train to the towers, so there is a chance that his father is in trouble. This was a good read. Loved the idea, easy to read book with eleven thoughts on many different subjects. Lauren Myracle holds an MA in English from Colorado State University and an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College. Great Books to Give the Kids This Holiday. The switch between the three characters. In the end, the story reveals that "The Man in The White Shirt" is actually the main character's dad. There are some things you don't want to be reminded of. The men's voices made them all sound like idiots. Love. On a personal level, the primary characters of the novel are all connected to Arthur in some way. What is the time and place of the book eleven? For example, the birthday party was drawn out but after the party it was zoomed past. 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