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If she's going to survive In her most incisive and insightful book yet beloved author Wendelin Van Draanen's offers a remarkable portrait of a girl who took a wrong turn and got lost but who may be able to find her way back again in the vast harsh dese. mystrangereading Wild Bird by Wendelin Van Draanen I loved loved loved this book Wren goes through such an incredibly powerful journey of growth healing and forgiveness I love the honesty of her journey I love the Native American influences and I really enjoyed listening to this on audiblecom because I felt like it added to the story telling aspect of her journey If you enjoy realistic fiction and like stories of healing and empowerment this read should be on your list bookstagram bookworm wildbird lonestarlist reading bookstagramer bookish booksofinstagram instabooks Marriage by Deception yet beloved author Wendelin Van Draanen's offers a remarkable portrait of a girl who took a wrong turn and got lost but who may be able to find her way back again in the vast harsh dese. mystrangereading Wild Bird by Wendelin Van Draanen I loved loved loved this book Wren goes through such an incredibly powerful journey of growth healing and forgiveness I love the honesty of her journey I love the Native American influences and I really enjoyed listening to this on audiblecom because I felt like it added to the story telling aspect of her journey If A Tangled Affair (The Pearl House you enjoy realistic fiction and like stories of healing and empowerment this read should be on

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347 am That's when they come for Wren Clemens She's hustled out of her house and into a waiting car then a plane and then taken on a forced march into the desert This is what happens to kids who've gone so far off the rails their parents don't know wha. 3 12 starsThere s nothing inspiring than following the adventures of someone who is set on turning their life aroundTechnically that s not Wren s decision her parents forced her to this camp for kids with problems And she s not well there Mostly she s hella angry at her parents for doing that to herNot that she didn t deserve it She knows it but she doesn t want to admit it If she does admit it she might just realize she hasn t been someone who is worthy of her brother s love latelySo camp is hard on her but it s a necessary step And eventually she starts to open up to nature and to others I found the story than worthy of being on readers shelves If you doubt it read an excerpt and you ll see The emotions the full fleshed out heroine the lyricism Impossible to overlook One of the things I like most about Van Draanen is that she is never wordy She does get repetitive sometimes or rather the heroine does but that s part of the rehabilitation process in this case The camp itself is pretty curious Frankly the campers are not three dimensional enough and that s problematic but at the same time it was always about Wren finding her true self one without toxic relationships and drugs and she needs alone time to do that tooPleased with the way things turned out Beautiful though a bit rushed ending Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin

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T to do with them any This is wilderness therapy camp The Wren who arrives in the Utah desert is angry and bitter and blaming everyone but herself But angry can't put up a tent And bitter won't start a fire Wren's going to have to admit she needs help. I found this recommended on a Newbery blog about six months ago and I have no idea why Like Vincent and Theo I don t see it fit the age bracket at all My first two potential Newbery reads are therefore 0 2 much like the Yankees this ALDS and I d be kinda depressed if not for Patina Patina is SO GREATAnyway I found this to be overwritten decent pacing though but mostly I found this spectacularly insultingly unbelievable Eight weeks


10 thoughts on “Wild Bird

  1. says:

    3 12 starsThere’s nothing inspiring than following the adventures of someone who is set on turning their life aroundTechnically that’s not Wren’s decision—her parents forced her to this camp for kids with problems And she’s not well there Mostly she’s hella angry at her parents for doing that to herNot that she didn’t deserve it She knows it but she doesn’t want to admit it If she does admit

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    Richie’s Picks WILD BIRD by Wendelin Van Draanen Random HouseAlfred A Knopf September 2017 320p ISBN 978 1 101 94044 0“You got a lotta nerveTo say you are my friend” Bob Dylan “Positively 4th Street” 1965“We start near some green plants at the base of a rocky area and work our way up to a small pool o

  3. says:

    I'm blindfolded for what feels like an hour jostled around on a dirt road breathing in dust feeling like I'm on a sketchy version of Disneyland's Raiders of the Lost Ark ride Like in another turn we might go crashing down a

  4. says:

    I loved this because it was so unexpected I loved the humor This book had me laughing out loud than once I loved the MC's sarcasm and her obliviousness to the feelings of others It was really funny I also liked Wr

  5. says:

    I found this recommended on a Newbery blog about six months ago and I have no idea why Like Vincent and Theo I don't see

  6. says:

    Made me cry Loved it

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    Wren is 14 and is hanging out with friends who do drugs and shoplift Her parents have tried everything and as the book opens she is dragged out of bed and taken to the airport to travel to a therapeutic wilderness programThis book follows the same pattern as similar stories I'm familiar with Wild by Cheryl Strayed Dear Cassie by Lisa Burstein and to a lesser degree This is How it Happened by Paula Stokes but I guess that

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    “Out here Mother Nature is my judge and jury and no amount of objecting or redirecting or even being out of order will get me out

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    #mystrangereading Wild Bird by Wendelin Van Draanen ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I loved loved loved this book Wren goes through such an incredibly powerful journey of growth healing and forgiveness I love the honesty of her journey; I love the Native American influences and I really enjoyed listening to this on audiblecom because I felt like it added to the story telling aspect of her journey If you enjoy realistic fi

  10. says:

    This book was sooooooooooo good Like so goodWHAT I LIKED It's placed in a middle school setting and I think it relates to a

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