El libro de los hechizos (Literatura Infantil (6-11 Años) - Sopa De Libros)

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Críticas Like Stephen Hawking who becomes her hero Melody discovers that her inner strength and intelligence are more reliable than most of the humans around her. She becomes an activist for herself even as Draper challenges those who read her story to become activists for those who are different. -The Columbus Dispatch Unflinching and realistic...Rich in details of both the essential normalcy and the difficulties of a young person with cerebral palsy. -Kirkus STARRED REVIEW This powerful story by a two-time Coretta Scott King winner offers a wrenching insight into so many vital lives that the able-bodied overlook. If there's only one book teens and parents (and everyone else) can read this year Out of My Mind should be it. --The Denver Post *Born with cerebral palsy Melody 10 has never spoken a word. She is a brilliant fifth grader trapped in an uncontrollable body. Her world is enhanced by insight and intellect but gypped by physical limitations and misunderstandings. She will never sing or dance talk on the phone or whisper secrets to her friends. She's not complaining though; she's planning and fighting the odds. In her court are family good neighbors and an attentive student teacher. Pitted against her is the normal world: schools with limited resources cliquish girls superficial assumptions and her own disability. Melody's life is tragically complicated. She is mainly placed in the special-ed classroom where education means being babysat in a room with replayed cartoons and nursery tunes. Her supportive family sets her up with a computer. She learns the strength of thumbs as she taps on a special keyboard that finally lets her talk. When she is transitioned into the regular classroom Melody's undeniable contribution enables her class to make it to the national quiz team finals. Then something happens that causes her to miss the finals and she is devastated by her classmates' actions. Kids will benefit from being introduced to Melody and her gutsy candid and compelling story. It speaks volumes and reveals the quiet strength and fortitude it takes to overcome disabilities and the misconceptions that go with them. -School Library Journal STARRED REVIEW *Fifth-grader Melody has cerebral palsy a condition that affects her body but not her mind. Although she is unable to walk talk or feed or care for herself she can read think and feel. A brilliant person is trapped inside her body determined to make her mark in the world in spite of her physical limitations. Draper knows of what she writes; her daughter Wendy has cerebral palsy too. And although Melody is not Wendy the authenticity of the story is obvious. Told in Melody's voice this highly readable compelling novel quickly establishes her determination and intelligence and the almost insurmountable challenges she faces. It also reveals her parents' and caretakers' courage in insisting that Melody be treated as the smart perceptive child she is and their perceptiveness in understanding how to help her encourage her and discourage self-pity from others. Thoughtless teachers cruel classmates Melody's unattractive clothes (Mom seemed to be choosing them by how easy they'd be to get on me) and bathroom issues threaten her spirit yet the brave Melody shines through. Uplifting and upsetting this is a book that defies age categorization an easy enough read for upper-elementary students yet also a story that will enlighten and resonate with teens and adults. Similar to yet the antithesis of Terry Trueman's Stuck in Neutral (2000) this moving novel will make activists of us all. -Booklist STARRED REVIEW Eleven-year-old Melody Brooks has a photographic memory synesthesia and cerebral palsy. She can't speak or feed herself and her motor skills are limited to whatever her thumbs can manage. The neighbor woman who takes care of Melody while her parents work is determined that Melody will learn as much as possible and she works tirelessly to expand the girl's vocabulary. Eventually with the help of a communication device Melody manages to show her teachers and classmates just how much she knows. The premise of Melody's cognitive skills being trapped in a minimally functioning body recalls Trueman's Stuck in Neutral (BCCB 6/00) and the theme retains its fascination; Draper's smooth style enhances the story and there's a romantic element to the notion that Melody isn't simply capable but actually gifted. The drama is overplayed though with Melody's abilities implausibly superlative. Melody's school experiences are somewhat anachronistic and her classmates are little more than a collection of cliches from the special needs kids who are unfailingly kind and noble to the normal kids who are outspokenly rude. Draper is a master of melodrama though and Melody's story certainly doesn't lack that; she may not be a particularly believable character but she's an interesting one and her plight will do its work of making students think twice about their classmates acquaintances and siblings with special needs. -- BULLETIN March 1 2010 Melody Brooks in a wheelchair and unable to speak narrates this story about finding her voice. The first half of the book catalogues Melody's struggles--from her frustration with learning the same preschool lessons year after year to her inability to express a craving for a Big Mac. Draper whose daughter has cerebral palsy writes with authority and the rage behind Melody's narrative is perfectly illustrated in scenes demonstrating the startling ignorance of many professionals (a doctor diagnoses Melody as profoundly retarded) teachers and classmates. The lack of tension in the plot is resolved halfway through when Melody at age 10 receives a talking computer allowing her to speak. Only those with hearts of stone won't blubber when Melody tells her parents I love you for the first time. Melody's off-the-charts smarts are revealed when she tests onto her school's quiz bowl team and the story shifts to something closer to The View from Saturday than Stuck in Neutral. A horrific event at the end nearly plunges the story into melodrama and steers the spotlight away from Melody's determination which otherwise drives the story. Ages 10-up. (Mar.) -Publishers Weekly Reseña del editor From award-winning author Sharon Draper comes Out of My Mind the story of a brilliant girl who cannot speak or write. Melody is not like most people. She cannot walk or talk but she has a photographic memory; she can remember every detail of everything she has ever experienced. She is smarter than most of the adults who try to diagnose her and smarter than her classmates in her integrated classroom-the very same classmates who dismiss her as mentally challenged because she cannot tell them otherwise. But Melody refuses to be defined by cerebral palsy. And she's determined to let everyone know it...somehow. In this breakthrough story reminiscent of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly from multiple Coretta Scott King Award-winner Sharon Draper readers will come to know a brilliant mind and a brave spirit who will change forever how they look at anyone with a disability. Biografía del autor Sharon M. Draper is a New York Times bestselling author and recipient of the Margaret A. Edwards Award honoring her significant and lasting contribution to writing for teens. She has received the Coretta Scott King Award for both Copper Sun and Forged by Fire and was most recently awarded the Charlotte Huck Award for Stella by Starlight. Her novel Out of My Mind has won multiple awards and was a New York Times bestseller for over three years. She lives in Cincinnati Ohio where she taught high school English for twenty-five years and was named National Teacher of the Year. Visit her at SharonDraper.com.

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