The Nameless World

The Nameless World While trying to escape the persistent class bully Noah discovers several mysterious metallic puzzle pieces lying on the ground Beside them are the glasses of his missing science teacher and mentor

  • Title: The Nameless World
  • Author: Heather Payer-Smith Patricia E. Rudy
  • ISBN: 9781461112655
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • While trying to escape the persistent class bully, Noah discovers several mysterious, metallic puzzle pieces lying on the ground Beside them are the glasses of his missing science teacher and mentor, Mr Porter As Noah fits the pieces together he disappears through a portal into a mystifying world filled with creatures and adventures beyond all imagination His first insWhile trying to escape the persistent class bully, Noah discovers several mysterious, metallic puzzle pieces lying on the ground Beside them are the glasses of his missing science teacher and mentor, Mr Porter As Noah fits the pieces together he disappears through a portal into a mystifying world filled with creatures and adventures beyond all imagination His first instinct is to find a way back home, but Noah suspects there may be a link between this strange world and Mr Porter s disappearance Throughout his search for Mr Porter and his journey to find a way back home, Noah learns the nameless world is in trouble and finds himself a pivotal player in the struggle to save it.

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    1. “The Nameless World” is a wonderful and colourful adventure book with a vital environmental and spiritual message. Noah, the main protagonist is very young, shy, insecure and full of fear. He is bullied at school on regular basis. His self-esteem is at the lowest possible level. One day at school when he finds out that his favourite teacher - Mr. Potter is gone, Noah gets into big troubles with bullies and skips school. Or at least this is what he thinks has happened.When Noah wakes up, he f [...]

    2. According to one review I'd heard about, The Nameless World by Heather Payer-Smith reads like a second-rate Wizard Of Oz. By story’s end I can see – vaguely – where the Oz comparisons might be drawn, but ‘second-rate’ is an unfair dismissal.For one thing, the book struck a note for me more in tune with Narnia and perhaps the Hobbit, with a side-serving of Wonderland. This, I appreciate, is suggestive of some extensive borrowing, but all stories are the sum of borrowed goods and they’ [...]

    3. Noah is a fifth grader who is regularly bullied by an older boy, Kevin, and his followers. Other than science with his favorite teacher, Mr. Porter, school life is far from enjoyable for young Noah.One day, when Mr. Porter is mysteriously absent from the classroom, Noah stands up to Kevin and the knock-on effects lead him to discover two puzzle pieces that transport him to the titular Nameless World. This new and fantastically imagined world is a wonderful place filled with the strangest of crea [...]

    4. Noah is the target of the school bullies every day. They taunt him, take his possessions and even hit him over the head with his own book! The young protagonist is afraid to fight back, but when the bullies throw his favorite book into a mud puddle during recess he snaps and launches a rock at the biggest bully's head. A teacher comes at the sound of the bully's distressed cries and Noah hides behind a large oak tree. It is there that he finds his missing science teacher's glasses and two myst [...]

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