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Beverly Right HereBeverly put her foot down on the gas They went faster stillThis was what Beverly wanted what she always wanted To get away To get away as fast as she could To stay awayBeverly Tapinski has run away from home plenty of times but that was when she was just a kid By now she figures i uite honestly I am becoming a big Kate DiCamillo fan Having enjoyed Lousiana's Way Home last year I just couldn't resist reading her latest middle grade novel Fourteen year old Beverly Tapinski is devastated after the death of her dog and so she decides to leave and head out for adventure Eccentric characters and hilarious situations occur and I fell into this tale immediately I would certainly recommend it to a classroom library Goodreads review published 250819 Publication Date 240919 Thanks to Netgalley and Candlewick Press for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review

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Beverly Right Here doc ☆ Hardcover ¼ eyltransferservices ☆ ➹ [Read] ➵ Beverly Right Here By Kate DiCamillo ➼ – Beverly put her foot down on the gas They went faster stillThis was what Beverly wanted — what she always wanted To get away To get away as fast T’s not running away It’s leaving Determined to make it on her own Beverly finds a job and a place to live and tries to forget about her dog Buddy now buried underneath the orange trees back home; her friend Raymie whom she left without a word; and her mom Rhonda who has never c This is the third in a series that follows Kate DiCamillo’s Raymie Nightingale and Louisiana’s Way Home and follows Beverly Tapinski who has faced the loss of her father who left when she was young followed by her friends Raymie and Louisiana whose families moved away leaving her to face her life with her alcoholic mother with only her beloved dog Buddy to give and receive the love she so desperately needs And then Buddy dies and with nothing left to tether her to this place when her cousin Joe Travis who lives in Tamaray Florida Beverly thinks Buddy is dead – my dog is dead They can’t make me stay I’m not staying No one can make me stay And so she left With her cousin in his red Camaro It was a hot August day in 1979 and she was fourteen when he dropped her off on A1ANo stranger to running away she is smarter than her age would imply and knows enough to realize she will need to find a job and a place to stay A bit unrealistically she finds a job right away and soon after spies a phone booth where she stops to phone her mother – not for help but just to inform her that she’s okay to which her mother replies ”Whoop de do” She hangs up she closes her eyes for a minute and opening them notices the words scratched in the glass above In a crooked little house by a crooked little seaIt sounded to her like the beginning of a story And as her new story begins she begins walking down the road and meets Iola Jenkins a lonely older woman who ends up offering her a place to stay in her pink trailer with its crooked steps by the seaI loved reading this latest book in this series by Kate DiCamillo and while I know this is listed as the last one in this series I’m torn between wanting it to continue and realizing knowing this is such a perfect conclusion offering humour and hope for the future Many thanks once again to the Public Library system and the many Librarians that manage organize and keep it running for the loan of this book

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Ared about anyone but herself Beverly doesn’t want to depend on anyone and she definitely doesn’t want anyone to depend on her But despite her best efforts she can’t help forming connections with the people around her and gradually she learns to see herself through their eye In BEVERLY RIGHT HERE DiCamillo proves again that she is the master of proving that small acts of generosity matter as simple as a dime for a horse that goes nowhere That looking out for each other matters like teaching someone to dance or writing someone's name over and over again eighty times And that even flawed people deserve happiness acceptance and a place to call home I was whining to myself the other day about how weary I was growing of reading books where children suffered from the bad choices and sins of their parents And by sins I mostly mean illnesses alcoholism depression and other mental illnesses I understand I really understand that an important benefit of literature is allowing children to see the the hard parts of their own worlds reflected back reinforcing that they are not alone And to build empathy and compassion in readers who are on the outside of a particular issue But in the case of 2019 my shoulders are sagging under the pure weight of the terrible issues children face Makes a girl want to turn to reruns of the Penderwicks Then along comes Beverly a runway escaping her alcoholic mother who flies straight into the caring hands of an older woman dealing with depression At their first meeting she moans to Beverly that she has 'mislocated my capabilities' Instead of feeling burdened with Beverly's problems this book elevated my mood and sent it floating into the sky on the wings of angles to steal a metaphor from the book at hand