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  • Author: Lynda Mullaly Hunt ლია ჯამბურია
  • ISBN: 9789941238543
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
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    • I don’t see why this book shouldn’t be read by every single middle schooler out there. Young adults also. And why not adults as well, it is pretty captivating. No one should keep themselves from reading it because of their age.Because it explores such timeless and important themes. I wish there was a book like this one when I was in middle school. I remember well having a really hard time the last year, and this would have helped a lot. Ally isn’t alone, but she does feel lonely. Even in a [...]


    • Soooo sheep here in a big way, but I"m completely at a loss to explain why this has an average of nearly 4.5 stars. I actually ALMOST gave it 2 stars, but thought maybe I was being too nitpicky about the biggest problems I had with the book (see below). I still might come back and do that, but thought I would give myself some time to consider. ETA: DAYS of considering this book in more detail has convinced me that I can't leave this at three starts so I've dropped it to my original thought of tw [...]



    • Read on the WondrousBooks blog."I want to give him an answer, but I have both too many words and not enough."To be honest, this book was an unexpected gem for me. I liked the cover and I was in for some new books from NetGalley, but I didn't think it would be awesome, I expected a pleasant enough read at most. Turned out it was quite the amazing book after all.Fish In A Tree tells the story of a young girl who can't make the words and letters stay in place and always feels out of her depth in sc [...]


    • This was a fairly sweet story, but I felt like it was too much what is "trendy" right now - writing books about children with difficulties fitting in who make great discoveries about their identities and gain sudden confidence. This is an easy story to tell, but it's not realistic. Furthermore, I felt that the characters were very stereotypical and not well-developed. This bothers me in children's books because the popular girls are always mean, the nerdy kids get beat up all the time, and the t [...]


    • Ugh. Two stars is definitely generous for this one, but I guess I would recommend it (not very enthusiastically) to middle-graders who like problem novels and aren't old enough to notice that this is hackneyed as hell. There is a mean girl who is cartoonishly mean, a sassy black best friend (SERIOUSLY?), a smart kid who talks like Data (ARGH), a super shy Japanese girl who talks in broken English (*headdesk*), and a warm-hearted cool male teacher who wears funny ties and saves the day while sayi [...]


    • I'm pretty confused at the amount of 4 and 5 star reviews for this one. It's almost like people haven't read this exact book 57 times already.Apparently I'm in the minority in proclaiming there to be way more wrong with Fish in a Tree than there is right. Sowe have a book about a dyslexic child that's close to 300 pages. Is Hunt trying to give dyslexic kids a panic attack? Also, as a sixth grade reading and writing teacher, it's UNFATHOMABLE to believe that a child could make it all the way to s [...]


    • 4.5 starsrong, relatable book about a girl with a secret. Ally gets into trouble all the time at school because she won't do her reading and writing. She won't follow directions, and she makes really bad decisions about what she does and says.She is a talented artist, as her brother is a talented mechanic long as they don't have to read the directions. For years they have both hidden the fact they can't read or write. They distract, they overcompensate, and they just take the hits as being a tro [...]


    • I read oodles of books. Always have. Always will. Sure wish these blogs were around when I was growing up in the age of typewriters. My reading experiences are quite different than the students I chat with on a daily basis. They come at books with their own unique perspectives. Just like me. Just like you. This book has an appealing emotional punch that is similar to "Wonder," by R.J. Palacio and terrific character development. As an adult reader who has many favorites when it comes to books on [...]


    • 3.5 stars"Everybody is smart in different ways. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing it is stupid"Ally Nickerson has successfully hidden her inability to read from all the many schools she's been in throughout her life. But a new teacher forces her to address the problem, and pushes her to places she'd never thought she could go.This book was fine. 3.5 stars in basically the very middle of the rating spectrum, so I'm just kind of neutral.Ally wa [...]


    • Ally struggles in school, often getting in trouble for flippant behavior that she uses to deflect the teacher's attention to the fact that she has trouble reading and writing. When she gives her teacher a sympathy card at a baby shower, she gets in even more trouble, but no one at school still pays attention. Her family has moved around quite a bit because her father is in the military, but her brother has had problems with reading as well. Luckily, the substitute for the pregnant teacher, Mr. D [...]


    • This is a book written with so much heart! It's a book for teachers everywhere. Mr. Daniels is the teacher we all want to be. It's a book for any student (or any person) who feels less than or invisible and wants to fit in. I laughed and cried and I really felt everything that Ally was going through. The characters are so real to meI miss them. This is one of those books that you don't want to miss!!! Get ready for an amazing reading experience! I know it's a book I'll be returning to again and [...]


    • Full review at: unleashingreaders/?p=56745 stars times 100. I adore so much about this book. Ally is so many students that I have had over the years that just needed a teacher to take the time. Mr. Daniels is the teacher that I hope I am, that I wish I could be, that I want all teachers to be, and that I want to be friends with. Ally's journey is one that I hope I inspire my students to have. Keisha is the friend I wish I'd had. Albert is so many student in our schools that are just a bit differ [...]


    • A story about finding your true friends, bravery and grit; about asking for help when you need it, and offering help when you see it is needed; about realizing that just because you struggle in school doesn't mean you don't have amazing gifts and talents that will take you far.



    • This book was compelling enough that I listened to the whole thing in two days and it is an encouraging look at a whole bunch of different kids who eventually learn to value each others strengths. I think kids will probably enjoy it and be able to see themselves in at least one of the characters.There are, however, some things that make me a bit uncomfortable about it. Several of the characters seem like caricatures of certain types of kids: the brain, the girl bully, the outspoken confident kid [...]


    • This book is about a girl named Ally, who's in six grade and she has a hard time reading. Ally would also get in trouble to get away from reading out loud. But, when her teacher got a sub for months, the sub realized that Ally was having a hard time reading. So, instead of letting her read, the sub would let her draw while the others read. This book is great because it has lots of actions.


    • WOW! I love a book that makes me want to cry when it's over because it's THAT good. If you loved Wonder, or Out of My Mind, or So B. It, or Counting By Sevens, this HAS to be your next read. I loved the way Hunt developed the characters in this storyI felt like I genuinely got to know all of them. Even though the "bully" in this story was dealt with a bit formulaically, the point was made and the lives of all the characters were better for it in the end. This was an incredibly engaging way to st [...]


    • This was an amazing book! I listened to it in the car and was absolutely riveted by the storyline. Every teacher can think of a student that has behavior issues and/or an attitude that is inexplicable and annoying. Every teacher will wonder, "Did I miss something? What did that child need from me?" This book tells a story like this from the viewpoint of a child who is oh so smart & talented in so many ways, but does not succeed in school. As a result she is frustrated and acts out. Highly re [...]


    • This book will be a sure hit with teachers. Kids will likely recognize classmates in the realistic classroom. Great message about grit and celebrating differences.


    • I was pleased to get my hands on an advance copy of this book. Being a huge fan of the author's first novel, ONE FOR THE MURPHYS, I was a little skeptical how this story would compare. However, I should not have worried. Mullaly Hunt has done it again! The author has a real talent for making fictional characters come alive, like "reach out and touch them and share their ice cream" alive, for her readers. The story tenderly follows the struggles of a student named Ally, a bright young woman whose [...]


    • I am fortunate to get my hands on an early copy of this book and this is a must read! Once again, Lynda Mullaly Hunt has created a cast of characters we immediately root for. Absolutely love Ally's friend Albert and Mr. Daniels reminds me of Mr. Terupt in Because of Mr. Terupt - one of those teachers we all wished we had.



    • Loved this book , and while it is geared towards upper primary, early secondary ,I think it is a must read for all adults too who have ever felt ,judged for being different or has lived with the difficulty of dyslexia. Don’t be put off by the title it relates to one of Albert Einstein’s best quotes,


    • Before I start this review, I want to say that ILOVEDFish in a Tree! This is one of my most absolute favorite books in the whole world! Thank you so much Gardenia for recommending me the book, I totally agree that this book was one of the best books I've ever read! WE NEED A SEQUEL!! But I digress.Fish In A Treeis about this girl named Ally Nickerson. Ally has dyslexia, which means that she has trouble reading. Ally never knew or told anyone she had dyslexia, and is smart enough to fool everyone [...]


    • Ally has been in trouble many times, most of the time it's even on purpose. But, this last trip to the principal's office was purely unintentional. Ally didn't mean to hurt Mrs. Hall's feelings by bringing a card to her baby shower. She didn't know that instead of saying congratulations, she brought a sympathy card. She just thought the yellow flowers on the card were pretty. Ally just made a mistake. No one suspects that the real reason Ally has been getting herself in trouble on purpose is to [...]


    • I started listening to this and had to stop about 10% in. It was so annoying. 1. The narrator, the gal we're supposed to be all sympathetic for, is freaking annoying. When she scribbled all over her desk.oi. 2. As a teacher I have a hard time believing that this girl made it all the way to sixth grade with no one seeing that she can't read. We're required to give individual reading assessments twice a year, usually takes me two whole days to get through the whole class, and if a child can't read [...]


    • Ally has been smart enough to fool a lot of smart people. Every time she lands in a new school, she is able to hide her inability to read by creating clever yet disruptive distractions. She is afraid to ask for help; after all, how can you cure dumb? However, her newest teacher Mr. Daniels sees the bright, creative kid underneath the trouble maker. With his help, Ally learns not to be so hard on herself and that dyslexia is nothing to be ashamed of. As her confidence grows, Ally feels free to be [...]


    • I had the chance to read an early version of Fish in a Tree. It is a phenomenal and relatable story for anyone who has felt they are less than because their talents fall outside the stereotypical intelligence of our society. Intelligence can be found in someones love of art, their range of interests in music, in their passion for science, in their people skills, or a person's heartfelt compassion. It is curiosity that is the marker of an intelligent individual and no matter where your curiosity [...]


    • "Fish In A Tree" is about a girl named Ally. She has dyslexia and her teacher is constantly frustrated with her. She goes to the principals office like many times before. When her teacher is having her baby, there is a substitute teacher named Mr. Daniels. Ally really likes him. He also really likes Ally and believes in her. Ally starts to get tutoring from Mr. Daniels, and she figures out that she is smart in a way that other kids aren't. When Ally starts to feel confident, she runs for class p [...]


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