Nobody s Boy Ron Green s family is broken just like him He isn t able to live with his mum or dad or step mother He s nobody s boy Now he s being fostered by his aunt who has three sons of her own It s a chaotic

  • Title: Nobody's Boy
  • Author: Dianne Bates
  • ISBN: 9780987255600
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ron Green s family is broken, just like him He isn t able to live with his mum or dad, or step mother He s nobody s boy Now he s being fostered by his aunt who has three sons of her own It s a chaotic, angry environment, and young Ron isn t at all happy When strangers, Rosie and Bob, offer to care for him, he jumps at the chance, rebels against his aunt, and is placedRon Green s family is broken, just like him He isn t able to live with his mum or dad, or step mother He s nobody s boy Now he s being fostered by his aunt who has three sons of her own It s a chaotic, angry environment, and young Ron isn t at all happy When strangers, Rosie and Bob, offer to care for him, he jumps at the chance, rebels against his aunt, and is placed with them It s the kind of home he s always dreamed of There is only one thing missing He aches to be with his dad.

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    1. I'm coming at this review as the now-parent of a child who spent several years in the foster system.The characters inNobody's Boy are engaging. Ron is a typical foster child - uncertain about his future, fighting the people who are caring for him, unclear about why he can't live with his parents, feeling like he's the one at fault.The verse novel format is easy to read, and Ron's voice as he talks about his situation and the people around him is clear. The situation of every foster child is diff [...]

    2. This book only took me about 2 hours to read. I just could not put it down. This book talks about foster care, it shows the struggle of a 10 year old boy just trying to find away to live with his dad. I did get a bit emotional at some points. Highly recommended!

    3. Nobody’s Boy by Dianne BatesPublisher: Celapene PressJunior fiction PB 10+ Price: AUD $12.95ISBN: 978-0-9872556-0-0Reviewer: Jenny MounfieldRon is nobody’s boy—and everyone’s. He has spent his young life moving between his troubled mother. foster parents, Pearl and Brian and assorted relatives. When Ron’s mother is sent to prison, he must stay with a new couple, Rosie and Bob. All he wants is to live with his father, but Dad now has Anna and the situation is complicated.‘I hid behind [...]

    4. Nobody’s Boy is engaging!Ron Green’s life is anything but idyllic. His daily fight for survival both physically and emotionally has taken its toll. Ron just wants to belong. But most of all he wants to be with his dad. Being passed around from family to family doesn’t exactly instill a sense of worth. It isn’t until Ron meets Rosie and Bob, his new foster parents, that he experiences a little normality. But the news of dad and Anna’s new baby stirring up emotions Ron has bottled for a [...]

    5. A great read, that really gets into the mind and emotions of the main character. Heartbreaking though, as this is a very realistic story of many children.

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