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Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree (2008. Auflage)

von Lauren Tarshis (Autor)

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A quirky and utterly logical seventh-grade girl named Emma-Jean Lazarus discovers some interesting results when she gets involved in the messy everyday problems of her peers.
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Titel:Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree
Autoren:Lauren Tarshis (Autor)
Info:Puffin Books (2008), Edition: Reprint, 224 pages
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Sweet and charming book about a girl who is governed by logic, and her interactions with the messy and irrational classmates with whom she shares her life. I was able to strongly relate to the protagonist, Emma-Jean; she's never specifically labeled as anything other than "strange," but I could easily see her occupying a place on the autism continuum (and I like the way that Emma-Jean's being "strange" is framed as a positive trait). Altogether, a compelling storyline, difficult to put down -- as, with good intentions, Emma-Jean resorts to various forgeries. I kept waiting with apprehension for her ruses to be discovered. ( )
  Cynthia_Parkhill | May 27, 2019 |
This is a sweet little story of Emma Jean Lazarus, the quirky middle schooler who doesn’t quite fit in or fit in with her peers. She uses her analytical mind to try to help solve the problems of her classmates, with predictably bad result. I found this book on a couple lists of books with neurodiverse characters and while it’s not specifically stated, Emma Jean certainly possesses characteristics of Autsim Spectrum. It’s interesting to read the story from her point of view, how she perceives situations and the other kids in her school. She’s a wonderfully rich character and the book was a nice slice of middle school life. 4/5 stars ⭐️ ( )
  justjoshinreads | Mar 22, 2019 |
Maybe 4.5 stars. Folks in the industry talk about reluctant readers as if they're all boys. Well, if you've got a 10-12 yo girl who needs just the right book, try this one. It's early spring, 7th-grade, and in just a couple hours read addresses complex issues inside two different girls, and their families, and their school. Also would be great for dads who don't understand their girls. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
This book was recommended to me at a Science Fiction Convention (ConFusion 2008) at a discussion panel on the "new" world of YA fiction. I think Scott Westerfeld in particular recommended it (he wrote the Midnighters series and the Uglies/Pretties series). Anyway, I LOVED this book! I couldn't put it down last night, I think I read it in 2 hours or less. It's meant for middle school readers, and the characters are in the 7th grade. Emma Jean Lazarus is not quite like her peers (she almost has an Asperger's type of temperament) - she likes good hygiene, math, nature, order and doesn't really get all the emotional chaos, illogical behaviors and general rambunctiousness of her peers. But somehow she begins to get involved in their lives, helping them with problems - often with unintentional results. This is a wonderful book about a difficult time in a young persons life, and the author portrays the cliqueishness of that age group particularly well. Emma Jean is a very sympathetic protagonist, despite her sort of separateness from her peers - as a secret introvert, it was refreshing to see from her point of view. I cried during parts of the book towards the end, and I'm not sure it was just an emotional day or what, but in any case this is a great story about connections between others and what we risk when we dare to be involved. ( )
  chessakat | Feb 5, 2016 |
The writing in this book is very fun and fluid. The characters are well developed and interesting. The story is simple yet somewhat poignant. Well worth a read! ( )
  Jen.ODriscoll.Lemon | Jan 23, 2016 |
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