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Trailer ☆ Stargirl PDF by ✓ Jerry Spinelli A Celebration Of Nonconformity A Tense, Emotional Tale About The Fleeting, Cruel Nature Of Popularity And The Thrill And Inspiration Of First Love Ages Leo Borlock Follows The Unspoken Rule At Mica Area High School Don T Stand Out Under Any Circumstances Then Stargirl Arrives At Mica High And Everything Changes For Leo And For The Entire School After Years Of Home Schooling, Stargirl Bursts Into Tenth Grade In An Explosion Of Color And A Clatter Of Ukulele Music, Enchanting The Mica Student BodyBut The Delicate Scales Of Popularity Suddenly Shift, And Stargirl Is Shunned For Everything That Makes Her Different Somewhere In The Midst Of Stargirl S Arrival And Rise And Fall, Normal Leo Borlock Has Tumbled Into Love With HerIn A Celebration Of Nonconformity, Jerry Spinelli Weaves A Tense, Emotional Tale About The Fleeting, Cruel Nature Of Popularity And The Thrill And Inspiration Of First Love Stargirl Stargirl, 1 , Jerry Spinelli Stargirl is a young adult novel written by American author Jerry Spinelli and first published in 2000 The word begins with a brief introduction to Leo at the age of twelve, and chronicles his move from his home state of Pennsylvania to Arizona Before the move, his Uncle Pete gives Leo a porcupine necktie as a farewell present, inspiring him to collect like it After his collection is mentioned in a local newspaper, Leo receives a second porcupine necktie for his birthday, left anonymously by Stargirl The story picks up four years later with the arrival of Stargirl Caraway Leo learns that up until this point, she has been home schooled, but even that doesn t seem to excuse her strange behavior for example, she comes to school in strange outfits kimonos, buckskin, 1920s flapper clothes, and pioneer clothes Very sweet I had this book lying around and picked it up to give myself a break from the Holocaust Monster I ve been chipping away at for the past month, and it definitely did the trick The kids seem a little innocent like elementary school than high school but dammit why CAN T there be beautiful and magical teenagers who hold hands at the movies and give their friends cupcakes and valentines Why do they have to do drugs and have sex and be JERKS all the time Nothing s fun than being carried awayStargirl is the happiest, bravest, most carefree, most non conformist girl you will ever meet She is everything every school girl wishes she could be but will never dare to be She does the last thing someone who wants to fit in will ever do She smiles at everyone She dances in the rain She wears the strangest outfit and wears no makeup Not anything like that I m exaggerating Lol She sings every celebrant a happy birthday with her ukulele With a personality like hers, how do you think will she survive high school or better yet, life Or an even better question is, how will anyone who has known her will survive with or without her read the book to find out What I like most about this book i For some weird reason I couldn t put this book down You should read it It grabbed my attention and I am a very picky reader Stargirl is an amazing book about individuality and nonconformism A home schooled girl named Stargirl begins attending the public high school for her sopho year Stargirl is different.
She learns everybody s birthdays and on the day of, she sings them a happy birthday song accompanying herself on the ukulele in the middle of the lunch room, whether they want her to or not She watches a young boy who lives across the street so that she can create a scrapbook for him without his knowledge She is, in almost every way, unconventional.
The voice of the book is a young man who becomes fascinated by Stargirl and befriends her, even though many of her antics make her an outcast, otherwise Through a series of events, she becomes wildly popular, then widely despised For this boy, she experiments with being conventional for awhile.
The book is fascinating It explores a lot of issues centered around if this book was a person i would kill them i would kill them in front of there mother and make them swallow there own heart it showed a sad message that HAS BENN PLAYED OUT OVER AND OVER again if you were locked in a box and told not to look at sun light for 12 years this book might be refreashing if not then dont bother simply it was so crappy here is the WHOLE STORY i ll save you time well she is differnt meets kids and then marginalized and then surprisingly becomes not differnt here i saved you 186 pages of pure crap going in to your brain your welcome.
i hope one day to be as brave as Stargirl I read this in middle school as required reading and absolutely LOVED it, but coming back to it years later, I couldn t help but notice some of its flaws I got very attached to the story despite it being less than 200 pages and I do love the moral that Spinelli is trying to get across, but I was not a big fan of the characters Although, with a book this short, exaggerated characters are pretty much a necessity I recommend this book to everyone, though, especially middle schoolers who feel the need to conform.
I feel conflicted about this book I liked the message it had about nonconformity and kindness and being yourself and selflessness, but I didn t like Stargirl I don t know if it s allowed to say I didn t like her, but I didn t I respect her and admire her, but there s such a thing as being too thoughtful and kind as in, disregarding someone s feelings which really makes it thoughtless and not nice at all Like, the idea of singing to people on their birthdays during lunch It s a nice idea, but what about people who are painfully shy, or even just regularly shy I don t think the author s right that we all like some validation and attention I think if I d been faced with someone serenading me in the lunchroom in high school I would have either skipped school or skipped lunch, because I would have been beyond mortified It would have made me sick I hate attention But she would have done it