Sunny Side Up: A Graphic Novel (Sunny #1)
  • Sunny Side Up: A Graphic Novel (Sunny #1)
  • Sunny Side Up: A Graphic Novel (Sunny #1)
  • Sunny Side Up: A Graphic Novel (Sunny #1)
ISBN: 0545741661
EAN13: 9780545741668
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 25, 2015
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 7.9" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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When is a summer vacation not really a summer vacation?

Sunny Lewin has been packed off to Florida to live with her grandfather for the summer. At first she thought Florida might be fun -- it is the home of Disney World, after all. But the place where Gramps lives is no amusement park. It's full of . . . old people. Really old people.Luckily, Sunny isn't the only kid around. She meets Buzz, a boy who is completely obsessed with comic books, and soon they're having adventures of their own: facing off against golfball-eating alligators, runaway cats, and mysteriously disappearing neighbors. But the question remains -- why is Sunny down in Florida in the first place? The answer lies in a family secret that won't be secret to Sunny much longer. . .

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   Good age appropriate option for Dyslexic Daughter
A great graphic novel for my 13 year old who has Dyslexia. She also told us she has a very difficult time finding age appropriate graphic novels. Several out-of-control companies now want to drag our tweens and early teens into young adulthood before they are ready, and are being marketed as appropriate for this age, despite not being. The book, "Siblings: The Road Ahead," looks at the complicated relationships that come with being a teenager. In "The Class," Nicely shows the relationship between a child and her grandparent, who lives in a retirement community. It is, however, not over a 13 year old's head, as some critically acclaimed graphic novels are.
   Not for younger kids
My 8 year old really liked this book, but if I had known of the content prior to her reading it would not have let her. Some of the things in this book are inappropriate for the innocent, young, highly impressionable child. I scanned the book after she read it and questioned her about some parts. Some of the children, she said, were "100 percent" certain that they had read the entire book. She read the book in a day which is great that something could hold her attention all the way through, but I feel if I want to pump information in her head it should not be about drinking, drugs and abuse. When she sits down to read, I want it to be fun, too. That last part is just a happy place. I think it should be at least 10 years old.
My daughter absolutely adored this book, it had so many emotions to it. It was also very emotional, because I'm not a huge movie buff. It's great for children, especially if they have asthma.
   she loved it so much
Bought this book for my 10 year old daughter for her birthday and she absolutely loved it. She has read other books by Jennifer Holm and is a huge fan of the paranormal fiction writer.
   I sorta liked it
It was okay, said Dr. Goin. It was mostly a monologue, but I liked it less then some. If you are like me and thought this book was okay, I am glad you are not the only one. I would not recommend books by Gillian Anderson or Elizabeth Gilbert. Another amazing graphic novel is the baby sitters club.
   I thoroughly enjoyed this book!
I'm not generally a fan of graphic novels, but this one was right up my alley. I'm not a big nostalgia guy, but I enjoyed the nostalgic feeling I got seeing the woody station wagons, products and ads from the 1970s, and America's Bicentennial celebration. Even today, many kids living in any era can relate to family struggles. The old folks in his community are hilarious and remind me of so many people I knew during my childhood. It was a crochet toilet roll cover that had me hysterical.
I like his book because it had logical ups and downs, and I would recommend it to 4th-5th graders because it's great.