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Raymie Nightingale von Kate DiCamillo
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Raymie Nightingale (2018. Auflage)

von Kate DiCamillo (Autor)

Reihen: Three Rancheros (1)

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Raymie Clarke decides that if she can win the Little Miss Central Florida Tire competition, then her father, who left town two days ago with a dental hygienist, will see Raymie's picture in the paper and (maybe) come home. To win, not only does Raymie have to do good deeds and learn how to twirl a baton; she also has to contend with the wispy, frequently fainting Louisiana Elefante, who has a show-business background, and the fiery, stubborn Beverly Tapinski, who's determined to sabotage the contest. But as the competition approaches, loneliness, loss, and unanswerable questions draw the three girls into an unlikely friendship and challenge each of them to come to the rescue in unexpected ways.… (mehr)
Mitglied:JessicaZ
Titel:Raymie Nightingale
Autoren:Kate DiCamillo (Autor)
Info:Candlewick (2018), Edition: Reprint, 288 pages
Sammlungen:Deine Bibliothek
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Tags:dicamillo, 4th grade

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Raymie Nightingale von Kate DiCamillo

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    Turtle in Paradise von Jennifer L. Holm (BookshelfMonstrosity)
    BookshelfMonstrosity: Quirky Southern characters keep life interesting for the girls in both heartwarming works of historical fiction. Spare, repetitive prose and a leisurely pace make Raymie a meditative read, while Turtle moves more quickly.
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fan of the author. this book was perfect for tween girls coming of age story ( )
  MorbidLibrarian | Sep 18, 2021 |
Raymie Nightingale’s father has left her and her mother, and it’s up to Raymie to get him to come back home. If she wins the Little Miss Central Florida Tire Competition, he will see her in the paper and want to come home. During the process, she becomes friends with her two competitors Louisiana Elefante and Beverly Tapinski. This is a wonderfully engaging story about growing up and creating support systems.
  NCSS | Jul 23, 2021 |
This is a quick middle-grade novel about a mature, sensitive young girl who is going through a rough time. It humanizes and provides words for feeling lonely, hollow, and deeply sad, which I know I could have used in elementary school. The series focuses on unlikely friends, the Three Rancheros, who protect one another while each navigating their own difficult family situations. ( )
  sjanke | Dec 9, 2020 |
Kate DiCamillo is top-notch when it comes to handling difficult topics in a age-appropriate and heart-true way. Raymie Clarke's father has run off with a dental hygienist. But Raymie has a plan. She will win the Little Miss Central Florida Tire 1975 competition and he will read about it in the paper and realize what he has left behind and will come home again. To win the competition, Raymie must learn how to twirl a baton, so she is sent for lessons with Miss Ida Nee, a former baton phenom, but instead of instruction, Raymie finds 2 new best friends and fellow misfits: Beverly Tapinski and Louisiana Elefante. Beverly is a tough-talking, no-nonsense daughter of a cop (also missing from the family) and Louisiana is the daughter of circus performers and currently in the care of her paranoid grandmother. With characteristic humor, seriousness and sweetness, DiCamillo has the 'three Rancheros' (Louisiana is forever mixing things up) have a couple adventures and real-life challenges with a range of crazy characters (Mrs. Borkowski, an elderly, senile? neighbor who dies, Mrs. Sylvester, her father's secretary and her jar of luminescent candy corn, and Ida Nee herself who never does teach them to twirl. Raymie learns that her plan must be revised - not just to re-gain her father, but to approach life - because there are always twists and turns no one can anticipate. But she finds out she is pretty well-equipped to deal with it. Things come to a head in a serious accident, but the girls survive and prevail, friendship and futures intact. There is a beautiful sense of seeking life's purpose - even at the age of ten, and Raymie's soul often expands and shrinks in proportion to the events she experiences - at least that's how she perceives it. She is a seeker and she ends up finding just what she needs in the end. ( )
  CarrieWuj | Oct 24, 2020 |
I read a Kindle edition e-book borrowed from my public library.

This *might* have been a hit with me when I was 8 or 7.

I was surprised that Raymie was 10. The book seems “younger” and the sort I’d have read at age 8, maybe 7 or 9, on my own. Not older. For my taste right now it was too naïve and too simple a story.

I like that this is about three girls, told from the viewpoint of Raymie, and it looks as though there are two companion books/sequels from the points of view of Louisiana and of Beverly. I’m slightly intrigued and perhaps might even read the other two book at some point.

I got a kick out of this quote/in context: “Raymie thought how nice name tags were. She wished that everyone in the world wore them.”

I did appreciate how a friendship between three girls was shown, sort of, and how genuine feelings about real issues the girls were experiencing were shown, sort of. There wasn’t enough there for me though and it was way too predictable and unrealistic. There were some rather horrifying parts too and I found that weird given that I think this is aimed at a young audience, younger than most middle grade books.

2-1/2 stars, rounded up. I think I’d have liked it more if I’d read it at the target age AND my mood is such that my experience of it might have been less satisfying than it would have been had I been in a different frame of mine AND I seem to be in the minority of not really liking or even loving the book. It was okay and I did like it. I’m also glad it was a really, really fast read and I didn’t have to spend much time reading it. ( )
  Lisa2013 | Apr 29, 2020 |
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Raymie Clarke decides that if she can win the Little Miss Central Florida Tire competition, then her father, who left town two days ago with a dental hygienist, will see Raymie's picture in the paper and (maybe) come home. To win, not only does Raymie have to do good deeds and learn how to twirl a baton; she also has to contend with the wispy, frequently fainting Louisiana Elefante, who has a show-business background, and the fiery, stubborn Beverly Tapinski, who's determined to sabotage the contest. But as the competition approaches, loneliness, loss, and unanswerable questions draw the three girls into an unlikely friendship and challenge each of them to come to the rescue in unexpected ways.

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