[Read] ➪ Jane, le renard et moi By Fanny Britt – Pocket-bikes.us

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[Read] ➪ Jane, le renard et moi  By Fanny Britt – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Hardcover
  • 104 pages
  • Jane, le renard et moi
  • Fanny Britt
  • French
  • 17 October 2017
  • 2923841328

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➪ Jane, le renard et moi By Fanny Britt – Pocket-bikes.us


  1. says:

    Not enough fox Ahonest title Me reading Jane and briefly meeting a fox.Past that, not a bad book.


  2. says:

    If you like the book Jane Eyre, you will probably like this beautiful graphic novel Jane, the Fox and Me is the story of Helene, a young girl who is shy and lonely and is being bullied by a group of mean girls at school They make fun of her weight and taunt her about not having any friends Helene s one source of comfort is reading the book Jane Eyre, which she carries with her every day She burrows into it on the bus as a way of blocking out the awful things the other kids say.Things c If you like the book Jane Eyre, you will probably like this beautiful graphic novel Jane, the Fox and Me is the story of Helene, a young girl who is shy and lonely and is being bullied by a group of mean girls at school They make fun of her weight and taunt her about not having any friends Helene s one source of comfort is reading the book Jane Eyre, which she carries with her every day She burrows into it on the bus as a way of blocking out the awful things the other kids say.Things come to a crisis when Helene has to go on an outdoor field trip with her class, and even though she tries to avoid the bullie...


  3. says:

    No one likes to use the B word, and when it is used, what comes to mind are characters like the teenage bully in Junior s sixth grade class in the film Problem Child 2 You rememberthe one who likes picking his nose and employing the art of spitball archery The irony is that often times, bullies are not unkempt misfits, or the posh, popular kids of the Mean Girls trio Most of the time they re ordinary, nice people who were at some point close friends of yours.Helene is a young girl in No one likes to use the B word, and when it is used, what comes to mind are characters like the teenage bully in Junior s sixth grade class in the film Problem Child 2 You rememberthe one who likes picking his nose and employing the art of spitball archery The irony is that often times, bullies are not unkempt misfits, or the posh, popular kids of the Mean Girls trio Most of the time they re ...


  4. says:

    QUE LIVRO LINDO


  5. says:

    Jane, the fox and Me tells the story of an outcast, socially awkward girl who doesn t seem to belong anywhere All of that changes when she encounters a mysterious fox and she enters a world of creativity a...


  6. says:

    These illustrations are amazing, I love them, this artist is so skillful at capturing body language and expressions Some lovely images of trees and hands made to look so effortless Brilliant Helene is bullied at school and receives abusive comments about her weight, she seeks comfort and escapism in reading, in particular Jane Eyre.I found the storyline lacking, I gathered this was set perhaps 30 years ago due to the music mentioned, my daughter suspected it wasn t current due to the lack of These illustrations are amazing, I love them, this artist is so skillful at capturing body language and expressions Some lovely images of trees and hands made to look so effortless Brilliant Helene is bullied at school and receives abusive comments about her weight, she seeks comfort and escapism in reading, in particular Jane Eyre.I found the storyline lacking, I gathered this was set perhaps 30 years ago due to the music mentioned, my daughter suspected it wasn t current due to the lack of phones, but as this is mainly a book about being bullied I wondered how helpful it would be to a child in that situation For example abusive comments about a childs weight written on a wall and left there would not be tolerated in the way it was portrayed in this era, even struggling schools have some sort of help for children who are experiencing bullying I also felt that as Helen didn t look over weight at al...


  7. says:

    This was so beautiful, and being a Jane Eyre lover, I really wanted to read this I could relate so much to the main character, but I felt like the story never really went anywhere and ended rather abruptly It was beau...


  8. says:

    Esse livro incr vel Um exemplo perfeito de quadrinho que junta uma hist ria linda com ilustra es incr veis.S rio, a arte de Jane, a Raposa e Eu me deixou de queixo ca do Cen rios maravilhosos, texturas incr veis e o uso das cores conversa muito com o humor e as experi n...


  9. says:

    Isn t it strange how few children s graphic novels are published in a given year This is one of those phenomena that defy the basic tenants of capitalism The need, as anyone who has ever fielded reference questions from 10 year olds will attest, is vast Yet the product sputters out of publishing houses so sparsely and randomly that you can t help but be baffled The only justification I can come up with is that graphic novels are bloody expensive to produce That would certainly account for h Isn ...


  10. says:

    I consider this to be the best graphic novel I have ever read, even though Jane, the Fox, Me is targeted towards girls in middle school, My inner critic insists that this declaration speaks to my mental emotional makeup, but I disagree I feel that it speaks to the quality of the book So shut up, me, and listen to why this book is great The story ...

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