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Semaine 6 des Lectures ados: Critique de livres, livres semblables et prix

12/08/2019

Bienvenue aux Lectures ados!

Tous les lundis cet été, pendant huit semaines, le blogue ado publiera une critique de livre et des recommandations de lecture portant sur un thème en particulier.
Les critiques de livres seront rédigées par des membres d’un des Groupes consultatifs 
d’adolescents de la BPO.
Voici la critique et les recommandations de cette semaine. 

Critique de livre écrit par Sara, bénévole ado à la succursale Cumberland.

La vie compliquée de Léa Olivier (Tome 1: Perdue) par Catherine Girard-Audet

Cette série est à propos d’une fille adolescente qui déménage de sa ville natale à Montréal avec sa famille. J’ai aimé ce livre parce que c’est super-intéressant et car ca suit une adolescente, ca parle beaucoup plus aux ados. J’aimais aussi que ce livre montre des questions tells que l’intimidation et montre les bons façons de trouver de l’aide.

 

 

 

 

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Commentaires

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes reading about real life situations. It talks about bullying, friendship, self acceptance and many more. I liked reading this book a lot and there’s a movie for this book as well. Synopsis: August Pullman is a fifth grader who has a medical condition in which his face is disfigured. He used to be homeschooled but his parents decided that he should start going to school to get more experience. At school, he faces bullying, making new friends, and betrayal.

Je proposerait ce livre car c’est une belle histoire d’amour, basée sur la royauté, mais version future. Ce livre aborde plusieurs sujets touchants les jeunes ados comme l’amour. J’ai adoré lire l’an série et j’ai été captivée du début à la fin.

It's a non-fiction story that could be for a mature teen or adult. It follows the life of Zoe who lives in an abusive home, she then gets moved to a community home where she gets trafficked. She eventually discovers that she can get away from the people that traffic her and when she comes of age, she tries to piece together her life. It's a dark recount of her past but really eye opening and inspiring. The fact that after everything she is able to continue with her life and push forward is amazing. Would definitely recommend it.

Écrit par Delphine de Vigan, ce roman nous présente Lou Bertignac, une adolescente qui aime les expériences excentriques. À l'école, elle choisit au hazard faire un exposé sur les sans abris. Un jour elle rencontre No, une sans-abris de 18 ans, qu'elle interview pour son exposé. Elle l'invite d'ailleurs à habiter chez-elle. Entre elles naît une amitié, mais pas sans problèmes et conséquences...

Scars by Rainfield, C. A., is about a fifteen year old girl named Kendra who is now remembering memories of her childhood abuser. This book covers abuse, self harm and has a bit of violence including cutting herself and shooting. I think this book fits the Real life theme because, unfortunately, this could be reality for someone. I personally thought this was a great short read.

Scars by Rainfield, C. A., is about a fifteen year old girl named Kendra who is now remembering memories of her childhood abuser. This book covers abuse, self harm and has a bit of violence including cutting herself and shooting. I think this book fits the Real life theme because, unfortunately, this could be reality for someone. I personally thought this was a great short read.

Scars by Rainfield, C. A., is about a fifteen year old girl named Kendra who is now remembering memories of her childhood abuser. This book covers abuse, self harm and has a bit of violence including cutting herself and shooting. I think this book fits the Real life theme because, unfortunately, this could be reality for someone. I personally thought this was a great short read.

Scars by Rainfield, C. A., is about a fifteen year old girl named Kendra who is now remembering memories of her childhood abuser. This book covers abuse, self harm and has a bit of violence including cutting herself and shooting. I think this book fits the Real life theme because, unfortunately, this could be reality for someone. I personally thought this was a great short read.

Scars by Rainfield, C. A., is about a fifteen year old girl named Kendra who is now remembering memories of her childhood abuser. This book covers abuse, self harm and has a bit of violence including cutting herself and shooting. I think this book fits the Real life theme because, unfortunately, this could be reality for someone. I personally thought this was a great short read.

Scars by Rainfield, C. A., is about a fifteen year old girl named Kendra who is now remembering memories of her childhood abuser. This book covers abuse, self harm and has a bit of violence including cutting herself and shooting. I think this book fits the Real life theme because, unfortunately, this could be reality for someone. I personally thought this was a great short read.

Twerp is about Julian Twerski, a 12-year-old boy growing up in the 60's. Julian's English teacher tells him to write a journal about something he and his friends did that got them all suspended for a week. If he does, he gets out of a different assignment, which he's dreading. Julian talks about everything from hilarious mishaps to friendship troubles, except for the reason he has to write the journal in the first place (until the very end).

L'étranger by Albert Camus
“My mother died today. Or maybe yesterday, I don't know."
Meursault is an indifferent and self-centered French-Algerian. He attends his mother's funeral, where he doesn't seem to be concerned by her death. A few days later, he kills an Arab man who was involved in a conflict with his friend, and thus, is sent to trial. The story is written in a very neutral tone to and the book is a classic of the absurdism movement.

A great read for everyone. Educates people on issues seen in the media a lot. Gives on a perspective not commonly seen. Deals with race and identity, which a lot of people struggle with and can relate to the main character.!

A great read for everyone. Educates people on issues seen in the media a lot. Gives on a perspective not commonly seen. Deals with race and identity, which a lot of people struggle with and can relate to the main character.!