review ↠ In Your Shoes

Donna Gephart Ï 3 review

Girl at school who wishes she didn't have to live above her uncle's funeral home and tries to write her way to her own happily ever after Then Miles and Amy meet in the most unexpected way and that's when it all begins I enjoyed many elements of this book the bowling alley setting which you don t see too often Amy turns to writing for solace the book is divided into ten sections t

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In Your Shoes

The critically acclaimed author of Lily and Dunkin delivers another heartfelt story that will remind readers you never know who needs a friend the most about two imaginative tweens who help each other find new beginning Rating 45 StarsWhat happens when the anxious bowler s shoe hits the lonely new girl on the head They strike up a great friendship of course Pro This book deliver

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SMiles In Your Epubis an anxious boy who loves his family's bowling center even if though he could be killed by a bolt of lightning or a wild animal that escaped from the Philadelphia Zoo on the way there Amy is the new It s difficult to write about loss because everyone experiences loss differently but death has become all too common and teachers need novels to help their stude


10 thoughts on “In Your Shoes

  1. says:

    “We can enjoy our messy imperfect lives so much when we simply live in the moment filled with gratitude for exactly what it is” –Donna Gephart from In Your Shoes

  2. says:

    I loved this book so much It was so sweet and the characters moved me so much I was sad and happy

  3. says:

    Rating 45 StarsWhat happens when the anxious bowler's shoe hits the lonely new girl on the head They strike up a great friendship of course• Pro This book delivered so many feels It was touching and heartwarming and just so precious and sweet I swear my heart exploded over and over again as I read this book • Pro Family was a r

  4. says:

    I loved Lily and Dunkin and fully expected to love In Your Shoes I think grief is underrepresented in middle grade and children's fict

  5. says:

    It’s difficult to write about loss—because everyone experiences loss differently but death has become all too common and teachers need novels to help their students deal with loss and gain empathy for their peers who are coping with grief “12 million children will lose a parent to death before age 15” Dr Elizabeth Weller Dir Ohio State University Hospitals 1991; last year 400000 people under 25 suffered from t

  6. says:

    Amy and Miles Randall and Tate; it made it even cuter that everyone was friends to begin with Amy has just moved to town after her mother's death Miles's family runs a bowling alley Randall who wore a bow tie to school everyday of 5th grade and

  7. says:

    'In Your Shoes' is a wonderful new contemporary middle grade novel that tackles important topics such as mental illness friendship trust trying to fit in and family I don't normally read this genre but I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book The story was sweet and definitely relevant to today's kids I also really liked how it touches on mental illness in the form of anxiety and makes it accessible t

  8. says:

    I enjoyed many elements of this book the bowling alley setting which you don't see too often Amy turns to writing for solace the book is divided into ten sections the number of frames in a game of bowling and a bowling score sheet appears the beginning of each section no bullies Amy's friends from her before life don't drift away as commonly happens in MGAlthough I loved the fact that Amy was a writer I didn't enjoy the story she was writi

  9. says:

    Even though I'm 38 I related to Amy and her need to not spend much time in the lunch room When I was in school I used to sit in the ha

  10. says:

    35 starsSo contemporary is not my usual genre but I was curious about this one because of the blurb on the back I will admit that it took me a bit to get into it but overall I did enjoy itIt's about a couple of odd middle graders and the awkwardness that goes along with meeting new people and becoming friendsMiles pretty much lives at his parent's bowling alley and is always working on getting that perfect score He is pretty much a worry

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