Tangerine review æ 105

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Tangerine review æ 105 Ð ❮Epub❯ ❦ Tangerine Author Edward Bloor – Berkingmad.co.uk Paul Fisher sees the world from behind glasses so thick he looks like a bug eyed alien But he’s not so blind that he can’t see there are some very unusual things about his family’s new home in T Paul Fisher sees the world from behind glasses sEpub Tangerine Author Edward Bloor Berkingmad.co.uk Paul Fisher sees the world from behind glasses so thick he looks like a bug eyed alien But he’s not so blind that he can’t see there are some very unusual things about his family’s new home in T Paul Fisher sees the world from behind glasses so thick he looks like a bug eyed.

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Alien But he’s not so blind that he can’t see there are some very unusual things about his family’s new home in Tangerine County Florida Where else does a sinkhole swallow the local school fire burn underground for years and lightning strike at the same time every dayThe chaos is compounded by constant harassment from his football–star brother and adjusting.

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TangerineTo life in Tangerine isn’t easy for Paul—until he joins the soccer team at his middle school With the help of his new teammates Paul begins to discover what lies beneath the surface of his strange new hometown And he also gains the courage to face up to some secrets his family has been keeping from him for far too long In Tangerine it seems anything is possibl.

Tangerine review æ 105 Edward William BloorPersonal Information Born October in Trenton NJ; son of Edward William and Mary Cowley Bloor; married Pamela Dixon a teacher August Father to a daughter and a son Education Fordham University BA Career Novelist and editor English teacher in Florida public high schools ; Harcourt Brace School Publishers Orlando FL senior editor.

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  • Chris Donaldson

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineWhat can I tell you except my daughter Phoebe is reading this She's in 7th grade up here in Washington State and she brought it home and laid it down with a big thud and a groan and Here it is Dad I can't believe you want to read it too Which is something I'm trying to do read all the books my two daughters are reading which is surprisingly easy since kids these days don't do much reading it appears at all in school Novels anyway So I dug in and was immediately swept up in this story about a 7th grader who moves from the boring suburbs of Houston to a strangely overdeveloped region in Florida another suburb once proudly occupied by tangerine groves the best in the world But this 7th grader is far from bor

  • Jumana Abou-karr

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineTangerine by Edward Bloor is a novel about the Fisherman family and their sons Erik and Paul They moved from Texas to Lake Windsor Downs in Tangerine County Florida One of the sons is legally blindHis whole life he was told that he was blind because he stared into a full solar eclipse when he was youngbut doesn't rememberNow he is in a particular time in his life where he is starting out in

  • Casey Schneider

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineThis is actually the best book I've read before even though I don't read much I can relate to it a lot because it's about soccer and I play it a lot In this book Paul Fisher is a young boy who moved from Texas too Tangerine Florida He goes to a school where he can finally play soccer but then has a conflict because of his impaired vision That is a whole different part of the story my favorite part His parents have been lying to him his whole life about why he has impaired vision Erik Paul's brother is not a nice brother at all they do not get

  • Annie

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineAs I figured out which shelves to put this on I was realizing that Bloor really tried to pack a lot of issues into a relatively short b

  • Alexander L

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineI don't say this for a lot of books But this is a very special caseFuck this bookThis piece of shit is an absolute and utter perversion of the English language If I could give it zero stars I would Hell if I could give it two middle fingers I would Reading this book was like eating chicken shit infected with avian flu with the writing being the chicken shit and the story being the avian flu The author evidently tried to write a adult drama about kids friggin bludgeoning each other to death but failed so he called it a kids' book and sold it as it was It felt like a really bad modern take on Hamlet I've never read Hamlet just with lightning strikes wasting fools left and right like it's the Old Testament up in this bitch Florida in this story is like a whack ass Texas with rain and that's not true at all so on behalf of the the State of Florida I say fuck you buddy The only use I'd have for this goddamn g

  • Faith M ✨

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineI wrote an essay for this book in the 7th grade without actually reading it and got 100%I did read it eventually though obviously

  • Asghar Abbas

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineI don't think I have ever been this furious this hopping mad indignant filled with righteous anger seething with a Jane Eyre type impotent rage as when I was reading this novel Lemme think about it Nope Never This is the only one Because I kinda figured out what was happening and what was the reason behind our hero's tragic condition What had happened Now that is something really revolting Not to mention unfairLook I get it; parenting is hard Not everyone is cut out to be parents and certainly some shouldn't even be one But the level of negligence and utter neglect not only takes the cake but the entire goddamn bakery too In fact it took the Red Riding Hood Bakery one of my favorite places here in my new personal wastelandWhat do you do when someone who hurts your child is also your child For sure no child should be exempt from accountability nor from your succor and importantly

  • Cathleen

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineTangerine is about a blind boy who realizes why he is blind I thought that this book was so metaphoric I don't think the story is about the blind boy Paul though I think it is about his brother Eric I think that this story has a shadow of it showing the actions and thoughts that make up a psychopath Eric has caused a lot of trouble by stealing spray painting his brother's eyeballs and killing people I think that by putting the thought of soccer and football it relates to all the kids who don't have a good income and depend on these kinds of sports scholarships especially Cubans who live in Miami or Latina families in California I think that these kinds of things like punching happens all the time but this book really helps people come to a sense that they may be killing that kid

  • Freddy

    Tangerine review æ 105 TangerineI read it in 7th Grade in school as reuired reading Out of all the books I read that year I personally found And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie was and is still the best However this came in secondThis book about a boy who is nearly blind and moves to Florida The book generally was uite nice However I felt the plot wa