(E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby


  • Hardcover
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  • Hurricane Season
  • Nicole Melleby
  • en
  • 07 July 2020
  • 9781616209063

Nicole Melleby Û 1 REVIEW

READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby REVIEW ☆ Hurricane Season This debut novel about taking risks and facing danger about love and art and about growing up and coming out will make its way straight into your heartFig a sixth grader wants than anything to see the world as her father does The once renowned pianist who hasn’t composed a song in years and has unpredictable good and bad days is something of a mystery to Fig Though she’s a science and math nerd she tries taking an art class just to be closer to him t. Fig seems like any other 6th grader but due to some pretty serious issues at home she finds herself in an almost constant state of anxiety She lives alone with her father a once renowned pianist who is battling undiagnosed bipolar disorder As a conseuence of this Fig s role is often one of parent than childRegardless of daily struggles Fig loves her father with her whole heart and she knows that he loves her too He is trying his hardest he really is but without any sort of outside assistance or treatment they are barely getting by day to dayAfter her father causes an embarrassing incident at school one of Fig s teachers becomes concerned about his mental state and ends up contacting Child Protective Services With their life now overseen by a social worker Fig feels even pressure to project as much normalcy as she can During an art class she learns a bit about Vincent Van Gogh and his mental health issues She can see similarities between Van Gogh s personality and her father s This similarity propels her to find out all she can about the artist in an effort to better understand how her father s mind worksThrough it all Fig is also dealing with regular life things that any other 6th grader would be Feeling out of place at school tension with some friends and discovering her own sexualityThis book is so beautiful and pure I adore Fig with my whole heart She was such a precious little bean who is wise beyond her years Her relationship with her best friend Danny was just so darling as was her crush on Hannah the girl who works at her local libraryI was very impressed with the writing and feel Melleby does a seamless job of inserting important topics into the narrative without them seeming forced The story felt very organicI was legit an emotional mess upon finishing this It was just gorgeous The strength of the bond between Fig and her father His will to overcome challenges and work through his illness any way he could it wasughno words My heart is fullI would recommend this to anyone Even though this is a Middle Grade story I think this can absolutely be enjoyed by readers of all ages Shortcut to Infinity just to be closer to him t. Fig seems like any other 6th grader but due to some pretty serious issues at home she finds herself in an almost constant state of anxiety She lives alone with her father a once renowned pianist who is battling undiagnosed bipolar disorder As a conseuence of this Fig s role is often one of parent than childRegardless of daily struggles Fig loves her father with her whole heart and she knows that he loves her too He is trying his hardest he really is but without any sort of outside assistance or treatment they are barely getting by day to dayAfter her father causes an embarrassing incident at school one of Fig s teachers becomes concerned about his mental state and ends up contacting Child Protective Services With their life now overseen by a social worker Fig feels even pressure to project as much normalcy as she can During an art class she learns a bit about Vincent Van Gogh and his mental health issues She can see similarities between Van Gogh s personality and her father s This similarity propels her to find out all she can about the artist in an effort to better understand how her father s mind worksThrough it all Fig is also dealing with regular life things that any other 6th grader would be Feeling out of place at school tension with some friends and discovering her own sexualityThis book is so beautiful and pure I adore Fig with my whole heart She was such a precious little bean who is wise beyond her years Her relationship with her best friend Danny was Are You Ready to Hatch an Unusual Chicken? Unusual Chickens #2 just so darling as was her crush on Hannah the girl who works at her local libraryI was very impressed with the writing and feel Melleby does a seamless Gnarled Roots job of inserting important topics into the narrative without them seeming forced The story felt very organicI was legit an emotional mess upon finishing this It was In Your Shoes just gorgeous The strength of the bond between Fig and her father His will to overcome challenges and work through his illness any way he could it wasughno words My heart is fullI would recommend this to anyone Even though this is a Middle Grade story I think this can absolutely be enjoyed by readers of all ages

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Hurricane Season

READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby REVIEW ☆ Hurricane Season O experience life the way an artist does But then Fig’s dad shows up at school disoriented and desperately searching for Fig Not only has the class not brought Fig closer to understanding him it has brought social services to their doorDiving into books about Van Gogh to understand the madness of artists calling on her best friend for advice and turning to a new neighbor for support Fig continues to try everything she can think of to understand her fat. Honest to everything sane and insane I m still speechless over what I just read I feel that words can never justify the intensity of emotions that manage to barrel their way across the pages and hit me with the force Yes Episode 9 is out today and I ll definitely be bringing a pillow and a blanketFiona aka Fig was an 11 year old living with her musician dad Her mum took of when she turned a day old and for the next 4O14 days it had always been Fig and Dad I loved their relationship they were a team through thin and thick Perfect right until dad s bipolar disorder began to cause trouble for the dynamic duo to the extent of getting the CPS involvedI m a believer that kids should enjoy their childhood so reading Fig s emotional turmoil dealing with her dad s illness handling school and playing the role of a parent was heartbreaking Despite her dad s condition Fig was never ashamed of him and terrified of being separated from her dad Hope came through love for the both of them I wasn t really happy with the author s approach but since it was carefully structuredexecuted and missing the insta vibe I was okay with itFig was asked by her bestie to be his girlfriend she turned him down gently as she had her eyes set on the library volunteer When she confessed to her dad Dad So you like girls then Fig I like Hannah I don t know the rest well done Fig Creating the Good Life Applying Aristotle's Wisdom to Find Meaning and Happiness just read I feel that words can never Trupp A Fuzzhead Tale justify the intensity of emotions that manage to barrel their way across the pages and hit me with the force Yes Episode 9 is out today and I ll definitely be bringing a pillow and a blanketFiona aka Fig was an 11 year old living with her musician dad Her mum took of when she turned a day old and for the next 4O14 days it had always been Fig and Dad I loved their relationship they were a team through thin and thick Perfect right until dad s bipolar disorder began to cause trouble for the dynamic duo to the extent of getting the CPS involvedI m a believer that kids should enjoy their childhood so reading Fig s emotional turmoil dealing with her dad s illness handling school and playing the role of a parent was heartbreaking Despite her dad s condition Fig was never ashamed of him and terrified of being separated from her dad Hope came through love for the both of them I wasn t really happy with the author s approach but since it was carefully structuredexecuted and missing the insta vibe I was okay with itFig was asked by her bestie to be his girlfriend she turned him down gently as she had her eyes set on the library volunteer When she confessed to her dad Dad So you like girls then Fig I like Hannah I don t know the rest well done Fig

READ Hurricane Season

READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby REVIEW ☆ Hurricane Season Her to save him from himself and to find space in her life to discover who she is even as the walls are falling down around herNicole Melleby’s Hurricane Season is a stunning novel about a girl struggling to be a kid as pressing adult concerns weigh on her It’s also about taking risks and facing danger about love and art and about coming of age and coming out And than anything else it is a story of the healing power of love and the limits of that pow. An emotionally rich story about a sixth grade girl struggling to make sense of and care for her father a famous musician who has become increasingly mercurial and ill as a result of undiagnosed bipolar disorder To figure him out Fig immerses herself in biographies of Vincent Van Gogh an artist whose temperament reminds her of her father s If she studies art and this particular artist she thinks she ll understand her father better and perhaps unlock his secrets While at the library Fig develops a crush on the high school girl working at the circulation counter and befriends a classmate Danny who is also in her art class At home she finds herself relying on a new neighbor both thankful and troubled by his developing relationship with her dad Through all of this Fig watches the weather and worries about the physical and emotional toll an impending hurricane might take on those she loves


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  1. says: (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby

    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby Fig seems like any other 6th grader but due to some pretty serious issues at home she finds herself in an almost constant state of anxiety She lives alone with her father a once renowned pianist who is battling undiagnosed bipolar disorder As a conseuence of this Fig's role is often one of parent than childRegardless of daily struggles Fig loves her father with her whole heart and she knows that he loves her to

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    Nicole Melleby Û 1 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby This is a beautiful must read book for MG readers and their parents Covering everything from Vincent Van Gogh in the best way possible to mental illness to sexuality this debut novel has it all and it is all done with grace and compassion and great care Fig and her story will stay with you long after you turn the last pag

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    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby I do not have the words for how much I enjoyed HURRICANE SEASON or how important a book I think it will be to many kids Fig and her dad are on their own She's a sixth grader trying to navigate that tumultuous age while simultaneously taking care of her dad an out of the game musician whose mental health has deteriorated over time

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    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby Nicole Melleby Û 1 REVIEW just as good and even better the third time around this book means so much to me cries so this little book means the worl

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    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby E ARC from Edelweiss PlusFig given name Finola and her father Tim live along the coast in New Jersey Her father was an up and coming composer and performer before Fig's birth but after her arrival her mother left and her father struggled wit

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    READ Hurricane Season (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby Honest to everything sane and insane I'm still speechless over what I just read I feel that words can never justify the intensity of emotions that manage to barrel their way across the pages and hit me with the force  Yes Episode 9 is out today and I'll definitely be bringing a pillow and a blanketFiona aka Fig was an 11

  7. says: (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby

    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby An emotionally rich story about a sixth grade girl struggling to make sense of and care for her father a famous musician who has become increasingly mercurial and ill as a result of undiagnosed bipolar disorder To figure him out Fig immerses herself in biographies of Vincent Van Gogh an artist whose temperament reminds her of her father's If she studies art and this particular artist she thinks she'll understand her father better and per

  8. says: (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby

    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby Mini reviewI received this E ARC via Algonuin Young Readers and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review DNFTrigger warning Mention of ‘sick’ parent Most likely mental illness And child services Till the point I read When I heard about this book through the publisher I was sold I was so excited and happy when I got an arc Unfortunately it wasn’t for me I didn’t like the writing style And didn’t much

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    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of Algonuin Young Readers I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the book I'mma just sit here and be drenched in the hurricane of feels pleas

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    (E–pub New) [Hurricane Season] by Nicole Melleby READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK Û Nicole Melleby Nicole Melleby Û 1 REVIEW Synopsis Fionla Fig is a sixth grader with a lot on her plate Suffering from a psychiatric disorder that leaves him unable to make music any her father is barely able to function on the best of days No longer selling out large music halls he

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