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  1. says:

    This was at times incredibly painful to read Walter was borderline if not straight out emotionally abusive toward Jen and everyone made excuses for him There was a lot of Oh that's just how he is You just need to deal with it And he never changed never grew Everyone just accommodated him and let him go on with his belittling and dismissing of Jen—and everyone else for that matter In a graphic memoirnovel for adults this behav

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    What did this author Lucy Knisley do break into my childhood home rummage through the attic and then read my 9th grade diaryHow did she know exactly how much I hated my mother's boyfriend after my parents divorcedDid she know about the voodoo doll tooI gotta tell you this middle grades graphic novel hit almost too close to

  3. says:

    Stepping Stones is the completely adorable story of Jen a girl who after her parents' divorce is obliged to move with her mother and

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    A realistic take on the changes and stress brought about by divorce and a big move The illustrations are amazing and the characters w

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    I really really loved a lot about this book especially the depiction of life as a farm kid and navigating relationships with stepsiblings That said the stepfather character felt really unhealthy to me and in my opinion needed to apologize for his behavior towards the main character and possibly demonstrate personal growth I do believe the main character and supporting characters are modeled after the author's own experience and she does me

  6. says:

    A departure for the memoir comics storyteller Lucy Knisley a semi autobiographical she talks about it in the afterword middle grades graphic novel about a girl Jen who through divorce has to leave the city to live on a far

  7. says:

    Lucy Knisley takes a swerve from her usual memoirs for grown ups into Raina Telgemeier juvenile territory with th

  8. says:

    Walter was impossible It was too hard for me to see Jen who is actually the author Lucy treated the way she was My heart hurts for her

  9. says:

    I enjoy Lucy Knisley's graphic novels and this one was very good Walter was an annoying man and hopefully he will come around and treat Jen de

  10. says:

    Another one that I am reading with the kids I generally love Lucy Knisley books so I am hopeful that this is a good one

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characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Lucy Knisley

Boyfriend Walter She did not want to leave her friends and her dadMost of all Jen did not want to get new sisters Andy and ReeseIf learning new chores on Peapod Farm wasn't hard enough then having to deal with perfect at everything Andy mig A realistic take on the changes and stress brought about by divorce and a big move The illustrations are amazing and the characters were engaging There is one issue I really hope will be handled in the next book in the trilogy Jen s Mom s boyfriend Walter While I think it is realistic that at that age the girls would just deal with his behavior I hope it s addressed in detail

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Ht be the last straw for Jen Besides cleaning the chicken coop trying to keep up with the customers at the local farmers' market and missing her old life Jen has to deal with her own insecurities about this new family and where she fits in I enjoy Lucy Knisley s graphic novels and this one was very good Walter was an annoying man and hopefully he will come around and treat Jen decently The little girls got along fine and enjoyed the farmer s market as well as the chickens

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Jen is used to not getting what she wants So suddenly moving to the country and getting new stepsisters shouldn't be too much of a surpriseJen did not want to leave the city She did not want to move to a farm with her mom and her mom's new This was at times incredibly painful to read Walter was borderline if not straight out emotionally abusive toward Jen and everyone made excuses for him There was a lot of Oh that s just how he is You just need to deal with it And he never changed never grew Everyone just accommodated him and let him go on with his belittling and dismissing of Jen and everyone else for that matter In a graphic memoirnovel for adults this behavior could be offered without anyone changing because most adults have the tools to understand that this is not okay In a graphic novel for middle schoolers the normalizing of Walter s behavior and punishment of Jen for speaking up for herself can be harmful It sends a message that the adult especially the male adult is always right and that the women and girls just need to suck it up I don t think this was the message that Ms Knisley intended to convey but it is the one that came through most clearly to me