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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free meets Faye a cape wearing, outspoken girl with losses of her own Together, they find an abandoned house by the cemetery and the old woman who lives there and who might be a witch The old woman asks for Wunder and Faye s help She asks them to go through graveyards and forests, to townhalls and police stations, by bike and by train She asks them to believe And together, they go on a journey that leads them to friendship, to healing and to miraclesE MIRACULOUS is Jess Redman s stunning debut about facing grief, trusting the unknown, and finding the brightness in the darkest moments."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • The Miraculous
  • Jess Redman
  • English
  • 04 July 2019
  • 0374309744

The Miraculous➳ [Read] ➮ The Miraculous By Jess Redman ➾ – Essayreview.co.uk Eleven year old Wunder Ellis is a miracologist In a journal he calls The Miraculous, he records stories of the inexplicable and the extraordinary These miracles fill Wunder with the feeling that he is Eleven year old Wunder Ellis is a miracologist In a journal he calls The Miraculous, he records stories of the inexplicable and the extraordinary These miracles fill Wunder with the feeling that he is not alone, that the world is magical, that he is part of something brighter than he can imagineBut then his newborn sister dies, at only eight days old If that can happen, then miracles don t exist So Wunder gets rid of The Miraculous And he stops believingThen Wunder meets Faye a cape wearing, outspoken girl with losses of her own Together, they find an abandoned house by the cemetery and the old woman who lives there and who might be a witch The old woman asks for Wunder and Faye s help She asks them to go through graveyards and forests, to townhalls and police stations, by bike and by train She asks them to believe And together, they go on a journey that leads them to friendship, to healing and to miraclesE MIRACULOUS is Jess Redman s stunning debut about facing grief, trusting the unknown, and finding the brightness in the darkest moments.


About the Author: Jess Redman

At age six, Jess Redman published a poem entitled I Read and Read and Read All Day in a local anthology She knew then, reading her printed words in a real book, that she wanted to be an author when she grew upShe spent the next couple of decades doing things like surviving middle school, traveling around the world, becoming a therapist, and having two kids She wrote the whole timeThen one day, she realized that she was probably an official grown up and it was time to try to get someof her words printed in real booksHer middle grade debut, THE MIRACULOUS, was published by FSG Macmillan on July , , and her second middle grade, QUINTESSENCE, comes out on May , She still reads and reads and reads all dayVisit her at jessredman or Twitter JessRed or on FaceBook at facebook pg JessRedmanBooks.


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    This was a different type of YA read for me I liked the main character, Wunder s, fascination with the miracles of everyday life and people It is the first book I have read where the main character actually goes to church and believes in Saints, which for me is a thumbs up The story starts off with Wunder s newborn s sister s death This is the moment he stops believing in all things miracle He makes a new friend Faye that eventually helps him with his loss as she suffers her own Then the s This was a different type of YA read for me I liked the main character, Wunder s, fascination with the miracles of everyday life and people It is the first book I have read where the main character actually goes to church and believes in Saints, which for me is a thumbs up The story starts off with Wunder s newborn s sister s death This is the moment he stops believing in all things miracle He makes a new friend Faye that eventually helps him with his loss as she suffers her own Then the story gets wacky with a witch, a tree, and spirals I guess it was supposed to be magical but I feltconfused than touched It was a debut novel by Redman and I think she will come to make a fantastic novel in the future

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    I can t think of another middle grade novel that deals with the loss of an infant sibling, and Jess Redman s THE MIRACULOUS does so with such grace and feeling it left me breathless Having lost a sibling myself, I know just how quickly and painfully even a close family can unravel around the death of a child Redman gets all that heartbreak on the page as she describes Wunder Ellis s confusion and loneliness, even as she balances it beautifully with a story about how faith in connection and com I can t think of another middle grade novel that deals with the loss of an infant sibling, and Jess Redman s THE MIRACULOUS does so with such grace and feeling it left me breathless Having lost a sibling myself, I know just how quickly and painfully even a close family can unravel around the death of a child Redman gets all that heartbreak on the page as she describes Wunder Ellis s confusion and loneliness, even as she balances it beautifully with a story about how faith in connection and community can help us heal, and restore our belief in everyday magic In spite of its painful subject, this is a warm and often funny book about friendship Wunder s relationship with Faye, an eccentric Korean American fan of the paranormal who has also lost her grandfather, helps him recover his passion for collecting miracles Wunder rebuilds a broken friendship with his oldest friend Davy he begins to understand that while he is grieving, even his best friends aren t always sure what to do or say to help him What I loved most about this book was the way it mirrored the rhythms of healing from grief the ebbs and flows, the passage of time THE MIRACULOUS movingly captures the way some things have to be dismantled like the empty baby crib that stands for too long in a corner of Wunder s bedroom before life can be rebuilt As with the magical flowering tree Wunder and his friends set out to find, there is a DoorWay to healing and connection with the departed We just have to be willing to look for it Note I read an Advance Readers Copy provided by the publisher

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    Wunder Ellis is a miracologist, dutifully cataloging stories of the miraculous in a journal However, after his newborn sister dies, Wunder stops the stories miracles don t exist But then he meets Faye and, in turn, the woman who lives in the crumbling house near the cemetery Though Wunder can t say for sure if she s a witch, he follows her instructions for a journey that makes him reconsider friendship, grief, and even miracles.There are few books that, within the first sentences, feel speci Wunder Ellis is a miracologist, dutifully cataloging stories of the miraculous in a journal However, after his newborn sister dies, Wunder stops the stories miracles don t exist But then he meets Faye and, in turn, the woman who lives in the crumbling house near the cemetery Though Wunder can t say for sure if she s a witch, he follows her instructions for a journey that makes him reconsider friendship, grief, and even miracles.There are few books that, within the first sentences, feel special They re different in an almost intangible way And yet, there s an energy that radiates through their prose effortless and compelling that suggests something wondrous is to come.That s what author Jess Redman has managed to accomplish in her debut novel To be fair, with a main character named Wunder, that s sort of implied Yet, this complicated and driven kid just trying to find his way after the death of his infant sister is the glue that binds this work together Disconnected from his friends and navigating a home life with parents who are also struggling, he pushes aside the miracles that have defined the first part of his life Yet underneath is his optimistic, curious side that drives him into an adventure full of potential magic.Perhaps that s what Redman has done best of all she s crafted an expression of the healing process as it relates to grief Wunder s moods buck and weave, grappling to find peaceful equilibrium in his sorrow And through it all he seeks answers, about miracles and about himself It s all part of the healing process.While this might sound heavy and it certainly is that s not to suggest there s no fun Faye is the perfect partner, unapologetically boisterous and ready to tackle the world She sneaks into Wunder s protective shell and propels him into taking risks After all, there s a potentially witch out there who has a quest, and that needs investigating Just like in life, there s plenty of joy in sorrow.Redman has written a story that thrusts the darkness of death into the light while punctuating with a hug As a result, The Miraculous is a breathtaking debut.Note I received a free ARC of this book through NetGalley.Review also posted at

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    Some books come straight from the heart, and this is one of them We meet Wunder Ellis shortly after the death of his baby sister, when his family is still spinning with grief What follows is an exploration of family, friendship, love and the miracles that surround us If you like heartfelt books with lyrical language, characters that will make you laugh and cry, and a beautifully detailed setting, then you will love THE MIRACULOUS.

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    The cover is beautiful No hint of violence, lust, or romance Just a girl and a boy trying to ride their bikes to or through a supposed adventure The setting is just stunning, lights with an ombre shadowing and a house that just begs the question of who lives there and what is its importance The blurb was exquisite A boy who believes in miracles and writes about them in his journal The line on the cover could have been omitted or at least changed in my opinion There are miracles a The cover is beautiful No hint of violence, lust, or romance Just a girl and a boy trying to ride their bikes to or through a supposed adventure The setting is just stunning, lights with an ombre shadowing and a house that just begs the question of who lives there and what is its importance The blurb was exquisite A boy who believes in miracles and writes about them in his journal The line on the cover could have been omitted or at least changed in my opinion There are miracles all around us would have been better without the If anyone can find them, it s you The inside was not as good as the outside I understand that this was meant for a younger person, but the writing was most, if not all, telling and little to no showing The sadness was told, the tears were told, the characters and their fears and anger and whatever emotion they had was told.I wanted to love this I wanted to feel for them because I feel like a child sometimes I feel lost, I have questions, I want answers, and sometimes I wonder if miracles aren t true and just happen without any magic, rhyme or reason that doesn t come from just the probability just landing on that outcome.The thing is while the story was cute and I absolutely loved the idea and wanted so badly to read a story about finding light even in the darkest of times, this did not cut it emotionally or even miracle wise for view spoiler the first miracle was about a bird That did not resonate with me at all hide spoiler I received this in a giveaway and will give an honest review Thank you so much The cover is stunning

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    This was such a beautiful and wholesome story about grief, friendship, and love I liked the characters and even though there wasn t much of a plot, I enjoyed simply reading about their lives Plus, I have to say it, the cover is gorgeous.

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    But sometimes the brightest miracles are hidden in the darkest moments This is what Faye tells Wunder in Jess Redman s beautiful debut about loss I loved this story for so many reasons First, the prose is gorgeous I found myself lost in the beauty of the scenes and the words The imagery throughout the story is magical the DoorWay Tree, the cemetery, the forest, the Witch and her house.Second, I fell in love with Wunder and Faye et cetera, et cetera Wunder is sincere and real I was mor But sometimes the brightest miracles are hidden in the darkest moments This is what Faye tells Wunder in Jess Redman s beautiful debut about loss I loved this story for so many reasons First, the prose is gorgeous I found myself lost in the beauty of the scenes and the words The imagery throughout the story is magical the DoorWay Tree, the cemetery, the forest, the Witch and her house.Second, I fell in love with Wunder and Faye et cetera, et cetera Wunder is sincere and real I wasthan happy to take this journey through grief with him because I knew he would guide us both back to the light.Finally, and maybe especially, I loved this story because it tackles a subject that few middle grade authors are brave enough to take on full force as Redman does All children have dealt with loss in some capacity This story shows the resilience and beauty hidden deep inside the grief the kind of beauty it takes a child to see.It is so easy to become cynical and see only the bad But just as Wunder reminds everyone in Branch Hill that miracles exist everywhere if you re willing to look for them he helped me remember that, too I needed Wunder right now I needed THE MIRACULOUS Thank you Jess Redman for sharing this exquisite story I know that it will be adored by kids and adults alike

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    I wondered if I could take another book with grieving being an important part of it, but actually this is the book to read if you think you can t read another book on this topic for MG readers The people of the small town at the center of this book learn to believe in what they cannot see and find light in the darkest of places This is no small challenge for an author to pull off, but I think Jess Redman has done it.

  10. says:

    I am fed up with the moms in depression But I love the main character and his crazy friend anyway.

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