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  • Unknown Binding
  • A Really Weird Summer
  • Eloise Jarvis McGraw
  • English
  • 06 January 2018
  • 9780689500770

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About the Author: Eloise Jarvis McGraw

Eloise Jarvis McGraw was an author of children s books She was awarded the Newbery Honor three times in three different decades, for her novels Moccasin Trail 1952 , The Golden Goblet 1962 , and The Moorchild 1997 A Really Weird Summer 1977 won an Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Mystery from the Mystery Writers of America McGraw had a very strong interest in history, and among the many book

10 thoughts on “A Really Weird Summer

  1. says:

    This was on the For Sale stack at the library, and I snatched it up because I ve loved every other book by this author which I ve ever read It s a story about four siblings who have been sent to spend the summer with a great aunt and uncle while their parents are working out the details of their divorce All of the kids are miserable at being removed from their home, friends, and neighborhood And they are sooo bored And then certain elements creep into the story which seem to indicate that this will either be a fantasy or a book with supernatural bits But alas It all turns out to be merely psychological The eldest, Nels, is coping with the pressures of having to parent the younger children while himself grieving over his parents abandonment And he s secretly worrying about where and with whom they ll all be living after the summer ends Unbenownst to his siblings, their father has privately proposed that Nels go to live with him in Alaska after the divorce Nels doesn t know what he wants to do, and as the summer progresses, withdraws further and further from his brothers and sister Then he discovers a wonderful secret and a perfect friend Or has he I think the book would have been much improved if it had been ambiguous about whether Nels adventures with ...

  2. says:

    I think I d understand a bit about depression if I d read this book as a kid Lots of symbolism Yes, it s a kids book, but I think adults would get something out of it as well.

  3. says:

    not quite time travel sad atmosphere.

  4. says:

    C fantasy, children s fiction

  5. says:

    I actually read this book along time ago I remember it being a good read I cannot remember how old I was though.

  6. says:

    I liked it, sort of, but probably not enough to re read The writing was good, as always with this author, but the story was depressing And rather a bit unsettling than an ordinary fantasy.

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