Navigating Early

Navigating Early At the end of World War II Jack Baker a landlocked Kansas boy is suddenly uprooted after his mother s death and placed in a boy s boarding school in Maine There Jack encounters Early Auden the st

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  • Title: Navigating Early
  • Author: Clare Vanderpool Mark Bramhall Cassandra Campbell Robbie Daymond
  • ISBN: 9780385361064
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Audio CD
  • At the end of World War II, Jack Baker, a landlocked Kansas boy, is suddenly uprooted after his mother s death and placed in a boy s boarding school in Maine There, Jack encounters Early Auden, the strangest of boys, who reads the number pi as a story and collects clippings about the sightings of a great black bear in the nearby mountains Newcomer Jack feels lost yet canAt the end of World War II, Jack Baker, a landlocked Kansas boy, is suddenly uprooted after his mother s death and placed in a boy s boarding school in Maine There, Jack encounters Early Auden, the strangest of boys, who reads the number pi as a story and collects clippings about the sightings of a great black bear in the nearby mountains Newcomer Jack feels lost yet can t help being drawn to Early, who won t believe what everyone accepts to be the truth about the Great Appalachian Bear, Timber Rattlesnakes, and the legendary school hero known as The Fish, who never returned from the war When the boys find themselves unexpectedly alone at school, they embark on a quest on the Appalachian Trail in search of the great black bear But what they are searching for is sometimes different from what they find They will meet truly strange characters, each of whom figures into the pi story Early weaves as they travel, while discovering things they never realized about themselves and others in their lives.

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    1. Sabe o que é não conseguir parar de chorar? Foi uma corrente de lágrimas que começou e não parou mais, e sem nenhum impacto em específico. Não foi um acontecimento TCHAM - chorei. Foi a realização do todo. A correlação com as minhas próprias experiências. O apego aos personagens e ao universo. Essa história é incrivelmente linda, bem escrita, tocante, inocente e que te pega de surpresa. A narrativa é deliciosa, poética e misteriosa. Eu tô é chocado.Eu me apaixonei desde o come [...]

    2. "Minha mãe dizia que, se o mundo fosse virado de cabeça para baixo, daria para mergulhar no céu e nadar nele."Eu não sei se vou saber explicar direitinho como esse livro é bonito. Em Algum Lugar nas Estrelas é uma história sobre amizade, perda, luto, e aqueles momentos da vida onde a gente simplesmente não sabe qual caminho seguir. A escrita da Clare Vanderpool é leve e ao mesmo tempo impactante. Ela carrega muita beleza, muita poesia e vários socos no estômago. Early Auden é um dos [...]

    3. Reading Navigating Early, I totally see why Clare Vanderpool won the Newbery last year. Hers are books that fall within that special category of middle grade fiction that speak as well to adults as to children, capturing not only the magic of childhood but also the hard hitting realizations of growing up. Even more impressively, I have to say her skillful yet subtle exploration of the themes of friendship, loss, and self discovery really snuck up on me here, and only serves to make this even mor [...]

    4. The best characters in children's literature are ones we can believe as people. We read about Ramona Quimby, or Dicey Tillerman, or Bud Caldwell, and we feel like they're living, breathing human beings, people we wouldn't be surprised to meet. This is true even in books that aren't realistic fiction -- although the adventures of Meg O'Keefe, Will Stanton, and Lyra Belacqua may be otherworldly, their personalities are still recognizable and sharply focused. And, maybe most of all, it's true of ch [...]

    5. I enjoyed the artistry of this book, but often questioned the intended audience for this book. It seems like the kind of book that adults adore and few kids read. While promoted in some circles as a middle grade novel, I don't know of a single ten year old in the past decade I could have given this book to that would understand it or finish it. Don't worry about who you are going to pass it to when you are done. Read Navigating Early for yourself and enjoy Vanderpool's gift for language and inte [...]

    6. Dear Heavy Medal Blog,Good luck trying to tear this book apart. I'm sure that it will be a part of your Newbery discussions, and hope first look at all of the amazingness that this book contains. Early is the type of character that once he enters a reader's heart he never leaves.Your friend,Mr. Sharp

    7. Que história mais fofa! Como os personagens se conhecem, como eles se entendem e como vão viver uma aventura em que imaginação e realidade são meio borradas. Nós, como leitores, não sabemos se eles estão vivendo ou inventando tudo e tudo bem, porque essa nem é a questão do livro. São duas crianças de 13 anos aprendendo sobre perdão, sobre perdas, sobre saudade e sobre amizade. Por mais que a narrativa engane em alguns momentos, é importante ler o livro tendo em mente que é uma cri [...]

    8. The books of a Newbery Medal winner all somehow seem to have more shine after the award has been won, whether the author has been published for decades or is only starting out in the business. For Clare Vanderpool, striking Newbery paydirt in 2011 for Moon Over Manifest meant achieving the highest honor possible in her first effort as a published author. There were no other books of hers sitting on the shelves to suddenly be imbued with the soft, glowing halo of Newbery success, transfusing them [...]

    9. Esse livro é uma história muito bonita sobre amizade, perdas, sobre relação de pais e filhos mas acima de tudo, eu acho q é sobre se encontrar. O nosso personagem perdeu a mãe e é obrigado a ir estudar em um colégio militar onde ele se sente deslocado. O pai, que voltou da guerra, não consegue se comunicar com ele. Então ele se sente sozinho e abandonado. Até fazer amizade com o Early. Early é um menino bem diferente. Ele tem pequenas obsessões e vê o mundo onde os números são ma [...]

    10. As personal challenge, I have decided that the majority of the books I read in 2017 are either ones recommended to me by my friends, or books my friends have rate 5 stars. ‘Navigating Early’ was given a 5 star rating by my friends, Jonathan Trout, Rebekah Eddy, and Grace Karlson - so I decided to check it outOnly to discover that is just another one of those award winning children’s books that seem to be written with the sole purpose of disturbing its readers. This book is essentially abou [...]

    11. Well that was amazing. There were no coincidences, just boatloads of miracles in this story and its telling. Everything had a purpose and a place by the end. The characters were few and important and endearing. Early's strangeness and confidence combined with Jack's normality and turmoil was beautiful. Everything revolved around pi and direction, even more so than you'll find possible. It is tumultuous and somewhat intense, deep and still simple. Great for ages 12+

    12. Navigating Early is the story of three boys. Jackie, the protagnoist, a Kansas transpant who finds himself in a military boarding school in Maine after the sudden death of his mother. Jackie feels guilty about his mother's death, disconnected from his father and unsure about the world. He's learned some tough life lessons too young. Early, a strange but intelligent boy who lives more in his own head than reality. He too has experienced a loss. Instead of balling everything up inside like Jacky, [...]

    13. Complete marginalia HERE."Finding your way doesn’t mean you always know where you’re going. It’s knowing how to find your way back home that’s important.”What an inspiring, touching story about friendship, loss, family, connections, and love. What a wonderful story to start the new year with!

    14. If you read and loved Vanderpool’s heartwarming debut and Newberry Medal Winning Moon Over Manifest and are hoping to find the same depth of humanity in her sophomore novel, Navigating Early, you are in luck. In fact, my greatest criticism about Navigating Early is that it’s too thematically similar to Moon Over Manifest, so let me get that gripe out of the way before I can dive into why Navigating Early is such a wonderful read.Both books involve children who are displaced–they have left [...]

    15. When a book is a slow-starter, it's not as tough as an audiobook. If you're halfway through the audiobook and you don't feel as if anything as happened, it's tough. Things definitely pick up halfway through, but will any kid stick with this? The reader is great. It's just a tough sell.

    16. Eu gostei bastante, mas não foi esse livro incrível que muita gente diz. Talvez eu tenha ido com expectativas muito altas?

    17. for me, the idea of reading is something like an escape, don't get me wrong my life isn't bad, but you know human beings always want something else :/ sometimes(in my case most of the time) they want things they can't have.if you read, you'll understand that when you're reading it's like you can't get enough, you're always hungry for more, well i like to read, but not any genre. that's a little unfortunate if you ask me. in the case of this book, well it wasn't my genre , not my kinda book :/it' [...]

    18. FromThe Page WalkerA Trail, A Bear, and A SoldierTo start off, this book is about grief, getting lost, then finding the right path back to life. In other words, it is hopeful. Like I said before, this book will stitch your heart back the right way. I think this is the right kind of inspiration that my countrymen and I badly needed in these catastrophic times.“…the team captains had yet to learn: life can’t be held in a cup, and nothing lasts forever.”The setting is set at the end of Worl [...]

    19. It’s the end of World War II and 13-year-old Jack Baker’s father is finally coming back home. Unfortunately his return is marred by the death of the sudden wife he left behind and without knowing what to do with a son he barely knows, he sends Jack to a boarding school in Maine.There, Jack meets Early Aiden, a strange boy who often misses lessons and who can always be found listening to records in his basement room where he also spends time reading the number pi as a story and collecting new [...]

    20. Oh. My. Goodness. Guys. This book was amaaaazing. GAH. Literally one of the most well-written books I've ever read. Everything was woven together so perfectly to create a moving story with a valuable message. So basically Early is autistic. (at least I think he is I don't remember if it was explicitly stated though) He reads the numbers in pi as the story of a young man. Jack is the main character, but through the book, Early tells Jack the story of Pi. Many of the chapters are from Pi's point o [...]

    21. "From the author of Newbery Medal book, "Moon Over Manifest", comes the odyssey-like adventure of two boys' incredible quest on the Appalachian Trail where they deal with pirates, buried secrets, and extraordinary encounters." Delacorte PressI just finished "Navigating Early". This is an amazing story! Like "Moon Over Manifest" I could not put this book down. Clare Vanderpool is a masterful story teller. I found this to be an interesting, poignant, layered story with some thing for boys and girl [...]

    22. Eu adorei o livro.A autora criou uma atmosfera incrível, personagens incríveis e tudo isso é tratado de uma maneira muito bonita; numa história cheia de Frank Sinatra e Dias Chuvosos, uma busca por um soldado perdido, a história do 3,14 e a história de um pai e um filho, além de ser a história de dois amigos, uma amizade verdadeira e real.O livro é sobre o Jackie, porém, NÃO TEM COMO você não amar o Early, um personagem incrível que te surpreende e te encanta a cada palavra.A ediç [...]

    23. Quando terminei o primeiro capítulo, bastante emocionado, eu percebi que essa leitura seria incrível. Os temas (a distância entre pessoas, o luto, a amizade, a família, o diálogo) foram abordados de uma maneira bem sutil, mas mexeram muito comigo. A narrativa fantástica da autora é emocionante e o texto dela é gostoso de ler, apaixonante, daqueles que você gosta de cada página (incluindo os agradecimentos!!). Lindo!

    24. From a purely craft perspective I don't think that this book is remarkable (so my rating might change when I'm more objective idk). But I found myself sobbing as I read one of the Stargazer sections, and that says a hell of a lot, doesn't it?

    25. As an adult, one of the joys of reading children's literature is in the letting go of conformity and rigidity so that one's inner child can be spellbound with adventurous wonder and delight, where anything and everything is lush with possibilities and is often ripe with eccentricities. Not being hit over the head with unsavory language and/or gruesomely descriptive violence are more good reasons for reading books targeted toward a juvenile audience. Navigating Early is a delightful example of al [...]

    26. I really wanted to read this book since I liked the author's Newbery-winning "Moon Over Manifest" so much, however, I nearly put it aside about halfway through. It was slow going in the beginning; very well-written, but it just didn't grab me. I didn't give up on it though, and it picked up considerably in the second half. Ms. Vanderpool is a super talented writer and the book is layered with nuance. It is a Bildungsroman, with the two main characters each searching for answers in a bewildering [...]

    27. What a heartwarming read. My throat constricted and I had tears on my eyes. Early, you are an amazing kid. Looking forward to reading Moon Over Manifest. More thoughts soon.***UPDATE***It’s been a while since I’ve read a middle-grade/children’s book and I was excited when I learned that the book club’s book of the month for January has chosen a book along this genre. There is something soothing and uplifting in a children’s book and Navigating Early is no exception. It tells a strong s [...]

    28. Navigating Early has an old-school Newbery feel - not because it's historical fiction, but because it feels like a book that could have been published thirty years ago. It feels like a book I could have read growing up. I didn't know they published books like this anymore.Navigating Early can be by-the-numbers in terms of plot, in that it's very well-plotted and all its threads tie in neatly. It feels familiar, in a way, but it still manages to be surprising. It's about loneliness and grief and [...]

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