Our Eddie

[PDF] Our Eddie | by ↠ Sulamith Ish-Kishor - Our Eddie, Our Eddie Winner of the Newbery Medal Honor award this novel about the irreparable harm a maladjusted parent can do his family focuses on Eddie the eldest son and his relationship with an egotistical an
  • Title: Our Eddie
  • Author: Sulamith Ish-Kishor
  • ISBN: 9780394814551
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] Our Eddie | by ↠ Sulamith Ish-Kishor, Our Eddie, Sulamith Ish-Kishor, Our Eddie Winner of the Newbery Medal Honor award this novel about the irreparable harm a maladjusted parent can do his family focuses on Eddie the eldest son and his relationship with an egotistical and insensitive father [PDF] Our Eddie | by ↠ Sulamith Ish-Kishor - Our Eddie, Our Eddie Winner of the Newbery Medal Honor award this novel about the irreparable harm a maladjusted parent can do his family focuses on Eddie the eldest son and his relationship with an egotistical an
  • [PDF] Our Eddie | by ↠ Sulamith Ish-Kishor
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Our Eddie

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  1. 1970 Newbery Honor BookThis book is told by two narrators We are introduced to the Raphel family when Hal accidentally walks into their house He becomes fast friends with their oldest boy, Eddie whom the book is titled after After Hal moves away, Eddie s sister Sybil takes over as narrator for most of the book The book is first set in England where the Raphel family squeaks by on their father s meager salary as a Hebrew teacher The father can be a harsh man and is also a Zionist Their father has [...]


  2. This book was unclear to me, it seemed to be about everything and everyone at once, except about only one person at the same time Most of the other reviewers are saying they didn t like it, and I don t really either, except I do The writing was great, clear and crisp sentences and beautifully arranged words, but the story altogether was confusing, it is one I must read again to fully understand what is happening Eddie desperately wants to impress his Father, but it seems that about everything is [...]


  3. He was rather a quiet boy, but thinking quiet, or noticing quiet, not dull quiet He didn t talk very much at any time, but he was always with you He was really a bit of blue sky to us all, something from the world outside our house Mama had accustomed her from babyhood to getting up early, taking a bath nowadays she took a cold shower and being served a hearty breakfast by Mama, then going off in plenty of time, neat and fresh Unquestionably Lilie was The Child the rest of us were unavoidable ac [...]


  4. I kind of agree with one of the reviewers that compared this to The Chosen However, in that book I liked both boys AND both dads for the most part However, in this book I really didn t like any characters, except maybe Syble I didn t really like the story either I think it was supposed to be touching, but to me none of the characters really seemed real to me The words were well written, but the story was not Just not me, and I didn t like it.


  5. Reading this story made me really sad after I finished While the story and characters were realistic, the character development felt a bit flat and I wasn t clear on why it started with one character then switched to another I guess so the story could wrap up well in the end See The Chosen by Chaim Potok



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