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[Ebook] ↠ Swan Boy Author Nikki Sheehan – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

Swan Boy When Johnny Moves House And Starts A New School He Has To Deal With A Bully Who Can T Leave Him Alone But Help Comes From An Unexpected And Surprising Source And Johnny S Growing Power Soon Puts Him In A Very Special Place.A Chance Encounter With A Swan Sparks A Series Of Events That Result In Johnny Playing The Lead In A School Ballet His Teacher Wants Him To Live The Role, And When Feathers Start Sprouting On His Chest, Johnny Begins To Understand His True Potential But Will He Be Strong Or Brave Enough To Beat His Bullies, Take Care Of His Brother, Support His Mother And Find A Place For Himself Among All The Chaos That Is Prevailing In His Life.

[Ebook] ↠ Swan Boy  Author Nikki Sheehan – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Swan Boy
  • Nikki Sheehan
  • 15 January 2017
  • 1780749244

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ Swan Boy Author Nikki Sheehan – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    I love this book so much It was a fast read filled with emotions I think that this book is for everyone, but especially for people who are bullied, feel like they don t fit in and for people who are bullies This book is very important...


  2. says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Thank you OneWorld Publications for the copy.This book took me by surprise I don t regularly seek out books about dance and I thought, when I requested for this, that it would be interesting to try and see how it goes Well, this book is about dance all right, yet it is about so muchThis is about bullying, fitting in, finding yourself, and being brave It is a wonderful piece of literature that will speak to everyone who fe I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Thank you OneWorld Publications for the copy.This book took me by surpri...


  3. says:

    REVIEW BY BETHAn intriguing novel which hasthan a hint of Billy Elliot about it but this can never be a bad thing Sheehan has brought a story similar to Billy s into the 21st century and Johnny Emin and his family are every bit as endearing as that of Melvin Burgess cast of Elliots There are many differences between the two novels and it is mainly the ballet element tha...


  4. says:

    And he flew THIS IS SO AMAZING i like the family theme, the siblings vibes esp when johnny being a great brother to mojo and when the journey where he is becoming himself OH GOSH it s beautifully plotted craved and i liked the autho...


  5. says:

    Kira kira ada enggak ya suata masa kelak ketika tidak ada lagi bullying di sekolah Selalu sedih kalau membaca buku buku tentang bullying Sebagai korban bullying waktu sekolah, gue tahu bagaimana perasaannya diperlakukan seperti Johnny di buku ini Walaupun kita bisa berhasil melaluinya, tetap saja ada luka yang membekas di hati yang entah akan pernah hilang atau tidak.Bagaimanapun orang tua dan guru harus bekerja sama dengan baik untuk mengatasi masalah bullying ini Tidak dengan cara lama y Kira kira ada enggak ya suata masa kelak ketika tidak ada lagi bullying di sekolah Selalu sedih kalau membaca buku buku tentang bullying Sebagai korban bullying waktu sekolah, gue tahu bagaimana perasaannya diperlakukan seperti Johnny di buku ini Walaupun kita bisa berhasil melaluinya, tetap saja ada luka yang membekas di hati yang entah akan pernah hilang atau tidak.Bagaimanapun orang tua dan ...


  6. says:

    It s only because I m feeling especially generous that this book is receiving a two star review.It may work for 12 year olds, but not for me, unfortunately.The first thing I noticed was that the story is written in both third person and past tense The story clearly belongs to Johnny and should be narrated by him, but the author uses the third person point of view as an excuse to randomly switch the focus onto another character for a couple of paragraphs, before switching back to Johnny This ha It s only because I m feeling especially generous that this book is receiving a two star review.It may work for 12 year olds, but not for me, unfortunately.The first thing I noticed was that the story is written in both third person and past tense The story clearly belongs to Johnny and should be narrated by him, but the author uses the third person point of view as an excuse to randomly switch the focus onto another character for a couple of paragraphs, before switching back to Johnny This happens a few times throughout the novel and it s really off putting.This book is clearly aimed at a younger audience than myself, but reading this as a 20 year old, the language and dialogue was so basic and, in my opinion, not well written, that I was constantly bored and had no motivation to continue reading.The story was barely held together, and just about everything that happened within the school was comple...


  7. says:

    I don t read many childrens or young adult books but I spotted this up and coming novel and something about the description appealed to me.Swan boy is obviously going to draw comparison with Billy Elliott with the young lad and dance connection, but Billy Elliott didn t captivate me as much as Young Johnny Emin did The lovely writing reminds me very much of David Almond David Almond of Skellig fame 13 year old Johnny doesn t have an enviable life, his Dad died recently, his Mum moved them to a I don t read many childrens or young adult books but I spotted this up and coming novel and something about the description appealed t...


  8. says:

    From the cover I imagined the story to have something to do with Swans, a boy and London from the red bus.I was not wrong.Swan Boy is about a boy called Johnny who has recently moved from his home with his younger brother and mum after his dad sadly died unexpectedly.Normally a book with a young child in can be a bit put off ish But Sheehan captured the essence of what being a kid is pretending to be anything you want Drawing on tables, being told its your bedtime when really its like 5 hou From the cover I imagined the story to have something to do with Swans, a boy and London from the red bus.I was not wrong.Swan Boy is about a boy called Johnny who has recently moved from his home with his younger brother and mum after his dad sadly died unexpectedly.Normally a book with a young child in can be a bit put off ish But Sheehan captured the essence of what being a kid is pretending to be anything you want Drawing on tables, being told its your bedtime when really its like 5 hours away I adored Mojo his brother so so much But anyway, the book begins when Johnny is being bullied by his schools bully Liam when suddenly a Swan comes to his rescue Now Johnny is a boy whose recently had to support his mum, look after his brother, move schools a...


  9. says:

    Recently I read that magical realism was coming back into fashion Well, Nikki Sheehan is most definitely waving the flag for the new phase, with Swan Boy The magical realism in the story is so subtle and realistic that you question whether it is truly there It reminded me of The Girl With Glass Feet by Ali Shaw Nikki Sheehan makes magic seem like it is a natural part of every day life This book has a Billy Elliot feel to it As Johnny finds himself dancing i...


  10. says:

    Originally on Fable s Library I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review This month is bullying awareness prevention month, and Swan Boy is the PERFECT read for not only this month, but every month I really did end up loving this book, so let me break it down NOTE I m having a hard time reviewing this book because I DID enjoy it that much I m going to do my best to explain my thoughts, but I m sorry if this ends up as a lot of rambling Swan Boy, as the title of Originally on Fable s Library I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review This month is bullying awareness prevention month, and Swan Boy is the PERFECT read for not only this month, but every month I really did end up loving this book, so let me break it down NOTE I m having a hard time review...

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