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Bloomability - Sharon Creech
Bloomability
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Set in the breathtaking landscape of Lugano, Switzerland, Bloomability is Sharon Creech at her very best.When 13-year-old Dinnie Doone is plucked out of her troubled life by her aunt and uncle and whisked away to an international school in Switzerland, her world is turned upside down. Suddenly... show more
Set in the breathtaking landscape of Lugano, Switzerland, Bloomability is Sharon Creech at her very best.When 13-year-old Dinnie Doone is plucked out of her troubled life by her aunt and uncle and whisked away to an international school in Switzerland, her world is turned upside down. Suddenly surrounded by different cultures, languages, and beliefs, Dinnie struggles to holdon to her past life. Gradually, through friendships and experiences she could have nowhere else, she learns to trust herself and discovers the beautiful "bloomabilities" her new life has to offer. 01 Blue Spruce Award Masterlist (YA Cat.), 00-01 Young Hoosier Book Award Masterlist (Grds. 6-8), Pacific NW Library Assoc. 2001 Young Reader's Choice Award Masterlist, and 00-01 South Carolina Book Award Masterlist(Grds 6-9) Young Adult's Choices for 2000 (IRA)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780064408233 (006440823X)
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pages no: 273
Edition language: English
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Jennifer108
Jennifer108 rated it
3.0 bloomability
This story was surprising because the start and the ending are so different.For example the way the chapters are written like chapter 1.first life 2.The dot 3.An opportunity, and far on they are all confusing because the book has different chapters about different things.Another reason that this boo...
Anne's IntermittentroPolis
Anne's IntermittentroPolis rated it
2.0
I remember reading this book in the summer of upcoming 6th grade. I loved and hated it. Doone is queer but I liked her. But I hated everyone else and their stupid personalities especially that whining roommate.
Melody Murray's Books
Melody Murray's Books rated it
2.0 Bloomability
Sweet, predictable, somewhat formulaic- kid goes to Switzerland, adjusts, makes friends, is sad to leave, grows in understanding, becomes more mature. Still, charming in parts, and quite readable.
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it
5.0
Reread 11/3/11 Changed rating from four stars to five stars.
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