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A Boy Called Dickens av Deborah Hopkinson
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A Boy Called Dickens (utgåvan 2012)

av Deborah Hopkinson (Författare), John Hendrix (Illustratör)

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Narrates the tale of twelve-year-old Charles Dickens who, despite poverty and long hours of factory work, still has time to discover and share the stories of other residents of 1824 London. Includes author's note about Dickens' life and some of the books he wrote.
Medlem:S.Heintz
Titel:A Boy Called Dickens
Författare:Deborah Hopkinson (Författare)
Andra författare:John Hendrix (Illustratör)
Info:Schwartz & Wade (2012), Edition: 3rd Print, 40 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
Betyg:*****
Taggar:Easy, historical fiction, Charles Dickens, old London, working class, poverty, k-1st

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A Boy Called Dickens av Deborah Hopkinson

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    Charles Dickens and the Street Children of London av Andrea Warren (sweetiegherkin)
    sweetiegherkin: For older children, Warren's book provides more detailed information on Dickens and his life. For younger children, Hopkinson's book whets their appetite by providing a good, but brief, overview of Dickens's early years. Because both books emphasize the poverty of Dickens's youth, either would be good to pair with Oliver Twist (in an adapted form for younger children) to give children a feel for how Dickens's fiction was based on real-life experiences.… (mer)
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This story highlights the youth of one of the greatest writers of all time, Charles Dickens. He was a poor young man trying to achieve his dreams, however it was in far reach from reality in his youth. His family was imprisoned for debt and he was left alone to fend for himself. He worked hard in a blacking factory to survive. His imagination fueled his survival as he used his storytelling to escape reality. His bright imagination led him out his despair and he eventually got back to writing when his family entered him into school again. He adored writing from a young age and had many stories written that had not been told about his childhood. However, today Charles Dickens is remembered not as the poor boy growing up on the old streets of London, but the astonishing writer he is beloved and know as. This story encompasses Dicken's hardship battle he fought through to tell his tales. ( )
  S.Heintz | Sep 4, 2019 |
This is a story about Charles Dickens childhood. Charles Dickens was fond of books. However, Charles Dickens was forced to work in a factory and could not afford books. Dickens father was in prison and his family attended him their. While his father was in prison Dickens worked in a factory letting his childhood waste away. Eventually, after Dickens father was released from prison Dickens had the chance to attend school and enjoy his childhood. This is a good book for children to read. However, I would use this book as an intro to another read written about Charles Dickens. ( )
  A.Bode | Feb 17, 2019 |
I enjoyed reading this book. I appreciated the illustrators work and how he used a different color scheme for when the main character was thinking or imagining something. I never knew the struggles that Charles Dickens went through as a young child with having to cope with his family in prison and being in dept. I couldn't imagine having to go to work at such a young age and being on my own. I appreciate his drive for school and an eagerness to learn because many kids tend to take education for granted. ( )
  rabertucci | Oct 25, 2018 |
This book tells the tale of the childhood of Charles Dickens. It tells of how he had to work to make money while his father was in prison for not paying his debt to the bakers. After that winter, his family was freed. After his father had a disagreement with the owner of the shop his son worked at, Dickens was then allowed to go back to school. I enjoyed this book, but I feel as though it could be better. I do not think I would keep this in my classroom library, I would look for a different version of the story. ( )
  SLAdams | Feb 16, 2018 |
This book is a good introduction to the life and works of Charles Dickens. It seems a fairly accurate account of the phase in Dickens' life when his father was in debtors' prison and young David was forced to work for his keep. It also accurate relates this phase of Dickens' life as his inspiration for David Copperfield. The illustrations were a good supplement to the narrative.

This book would be a good intro to a unit on Victorian writers. This book would appeal to readers who like biography. This is also a good book for a unit on life in Victorian England. ( )
  mcintorino | Mar 21, 2017 |
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Narrates the tale of twelve-year-old Charles Dickens who, despite poverty and long hours of factory work, still has time to discover and share the stories of other residents of 1824 London. Includes author's note about Dickens' life and some of the books he wrote.

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