The Tiger Rising The National Book Award finalist from the best selling author of BECAUSE OF WINN DIXIE now in paperback Walking through the misty Florida woods one morning twelve year old Rob Horton is stunned to en

  • Title: The Tiger Rising
  • Author: Kate DiCamillo
  • ISBN: 9780763618988
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • The National Book Award finalist from the best selling author of BECAUSE OF WINN DIXIE now in paperback Walking through the misty Florida woods one morning, twelve year old Rob Horton is stunned to encounter a tiger a real life, very large tiger pacing back and forth in a cage What s , on the same extraordinary day, he meets Sistine Bailey, a girl who shows herThe National Book Award finalist from the best selling author of BECAUSE OF WINN DIXIE now in paperback Walking through the misty Florida woods one morning, twelve year old Rob Horton is stunned to encounter a tiger a real life, very large tiger pacing back and forth in a cage What s , on the same extraordinary day, he meets Sistine Bailey, a girl who shows her feelings as readily as Rob hides his As they learn to trust each other, and ultimately, to be friends, Rob and Sistine prove that some things like memories, and heartaches, and tigers can t be locked up forever.

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    1. Sometimes when I pick a read-aloud for my students I have one student in mind who I hope it touches. I was surprised by who connected to this short sad story. Beatriz is not my class star. She is not a trouble maker or time-taker either. She loved this book and today as I finished it and we spent sometime reflecting on it she surprised me by being the one student who really got that this story isn't really about a tiger. They key word in the title is actually "rising". This book is the first rea [...]

    2. this author probably gives out prunes to kids on halloween. this is the second of her books i have read, and it's another depressing one. it's true, both of them end on sortof upbeat themes like the redemptive power of love (once you are so broken and disfigured it's almost not even worth it) or the liberating feeling of overcoming grief (after so much death and senseless destruction that no one really cares about your tiny feelings) so yeah - little happy afterthoughts. but they are hardly a ba [...]

    3. Reviewed by Rusty Key Writer: Jordan B. NielsenRecommended for: EVERYONE aged twelve and up, both boys and girls. There are some adult themes, and mild, but poignant violence, which will probably be more affecting to those over twenty than the younger set, who might not feel its full force.One Word Summary: RadiantOh Kate, you’ve done it again. The words ‘Kate DiCamillo’ are becoming more than just a name, but a state of being. If you’re feeling a little ‘Kate DiCamillo’, chances are [...]

    4. I read this book while at camp. It wasn't very exciting, or with much of a climax. Let me give you a plot summary- There is a tiger in town, this girl likes it, and so does this boy. They want to let it out, but the boy's father works for the man who is holding the tiger captive. SO they finally let the tiger go, and guess what, the dad shoots it. He claims a loose tiger would've been dangerous. The ending leaves you with a "so what" effect, leaving you to wonder what you gained from the book. I [...]

    5. I’ve read several of Kate DiCamillo’s novels, and I use two of them with my students. I was hoping that The Rising Tiger would be one that I could add to my repertoire, but I’m afraid that I really didn’t care for it. I found the characters to be underdeveloped. I know that Rob and his father have suffered through a tragedy, but I didn’t learn much more about them beyond that. As a result, I didn’t really bond with them. I felt the same way about Sistine. She’s a flashy character i [...]

    6. The Tiger Rising is the story of two very sad and broken children, and how they are saved by a tiger, but not at all in the way you would expect. This story broke my heart. There's something about the way DiCamillo writes that touches my deepest emotions. I don't know if I can explain how or why, but it's as if I feel the stories, instead of reading them. It's some strange retro-childhood cathartic experience that makes me want to cry myself clean, as if my child-tears could wash away all the st [...]

    7. 2.5Estuvo bien, sin embargo, el libro claramente, desde un principio, busca conmover al lector y tratar de tocar su corazón, no está mal que lo haga, pero la intención es tan clara que resulta forzada. Tiene un inicio rápido y un final precipitado. Creo que la autora se inclina por este tipo de libros, cortos pero con peso, y está bien, solo que no siempre resulta adecuado, como en este caso. Toca un tema fuerte de una manera nerviosa y rápida, lo cual no permite que el lector conecte con [...]

    8. The tiger rising is a great book that shows how rob goes through all of these events with a tiger.He meets a girl named Sistine.Rob keeps all of his emotions down and feelings down ,but Sistine puts them out their for the whole entire world to see.When rob has to make a decision to let the tiger go or just to let it be.And if he does let it go what will happen to it?

    9. Kate DiCamillo could be my favorite or second-favorite children's book author. I love her deeply flawed yet lovable characters. Tiger Rising has two children, both with troubles, who against the odds become friends.

    10. Pernahkah kau merasa seperti menyimpan seekor harimau di dalam hatimu?Mungkin ada beberapa dari kita yang pernah atau masih menyimpan 'harimau' di dalam hatinya. Harimau itu bisa berupa kesedihan, kemarahan, kepahitan, pemberontakan, dan berbagai macam lagi yang terus dipendam dalam hati sampai berkarat, dan akhirnya menyedot sisa kehidupan yang kita miliki.The Tiger Rising mengisahkan seorang anak lelaki, Rob Horton, yang berjuang melawan kesedihannya karena ditinggal ibunda tercinta. Rob sampa [...]

    11. Wow. I'm quite speechless. This book is simply such an amazing book. Although the storyline particularly for me was a bit boring, but the meaning and the metaphors from this book were extraordinary! I didn't like how the author killed the tiger at the end but I understand why she did, it made it more powerful. I for one, did not clearly understand this meaning a bit confusing for me. Another thing that I thought would happen was if the rash did go away after he let out his sadness. The book didn [...]

    12. WOOHOO SPOILER FREEOf course I am going to give this five stars, it's by my favorite author. But if I could, I might have given it a 4. 8, just because it might have been my least favorite of her books. What I really like about this story is that there is a lot of character development in this book, with very important life lessons. I also related to Rob in away I've never related to a character before: his itchy legs. My entire life I have never been able to stop the scratching. No medicine, no [...]

    13. Moral cerita:1. Jadilah penyayang binatang yang tahu kalau ada seekor harimau dilepas di daerah pemukiman di mana masyarakatnya jarang melihat hewan ini berkeliaran bebas, harimau itu pasti akan mengejutkan banyak orang. Dan akan ada yang terluka saat berhadapan dengannya. Sebaiknya hubungi nomor kebun binatang atau BKSDA terdekat biar mereka yang mengurusnya. Atau panggil pedagang hewan langka profesional. Serahkan pada ahlinya. Jangan sok tahu.2. Melampiaskan perasaan marah, benci, atau cinta [...]

    14. **spoilers**I should preface this by saying that I usually love Kate DiCamillo. Although the book was very short, the characters were well developed. Here's the kicker for me: it read like a school book. Let's all talk about the tiger's death and whether it had to happen. Should Rob have done anything differently? etc. The setting is a little strange, almost like the book is set in a bubble. I don't mind this-- it gives it a timeless quality that many classic children's books have-- but it makes [...]

    15. 윈딕시를 읽고 나서 케이트 디카밀로의 책들에 관심이 생겨 연이어 읽고 있습니다.타이거 라이징은 평범하게 진행되는 듯한 면 속에서도 마음에 남는 대목들이 있어서 favorite으로 꼽게 되었어요주인공 롭이 머무는 모텔에서 객실 청소를 하는 아줌마는 롭의 친구 시슬리의 말을 빌자면 마치 예언자인 것 마냥사람의 내면이나 상황을 꿰뚫어 보고 그로 인해 결과로 나타난 문제 [...]

    16. 2 / 5Es bastante claro que esta pequeña novela esperaba entrar profundamente en mi corazón. Pero por desgracia no llegué a conectar con lo que pretendía hacerme sentir. O darme a entender.

    17. I thought this was a awsome book and it was very well written.It was a little hard to figure out that they were in florida.But over all great book.This is one of the best books i have ever read

    18. I liked it because the book was very described by that i mean you can really picture what was going on.

    19. I thought this book was very interesting. It had a lot of unexpected things in the book that I would not have expected. For me, this book was kind of hard to understand. One thing would lead to the next and sometimes I would just get lost in the book. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in action books. This book was about a boy named Rob who was wandering along in the forest one day and spotted a tiger in a cage. That same day he met this girl who happened to be in the forest as we [...]

    20. A book that gets better with each reading.Now that I know Kate DiCamillo's process, I appreciate her work that much more. She rewrites each draft from memory!

    21. You’ve probably had the experience of looking at a body of water so clear, that the bottom appears like it’s a couple of feet away. You’re sure you could reach down and touch it. You could stand in the water up to your hips. But then you wade in, and find that you lose your footing, and begin to swim or float or tread water, being surprised by the depth.That’s what Kate DiCamillo books have been like for me. They appear on the surface to be simple children’s tales. As an adult, you wad [...]

    22. Kate DiCamillo is a talented writer. I have at least four of her books, and always manage to find myself sucked into her stories; all of them except for this one. I debated writing this review for a few reasons. One was that as a 20 year-old adult I do not feel that I should have much input on children's novels. They aren't geared towards me, and any book that encourages a child to read is a good book. However, here I am, weighing in on this book and a few of the troupes I found within.The story [...]

    23. After the death of his mother, Rob Horton and his father, Robert moved from Jacksonville to a small town in Florida to get a fresh start. Unfortunately for them Lester, FL is not very kind to newcomers. Sistine Bailey, also new to town reluctantly befriends Rob despite her great desire to get back to Philadelphia with her father. When Rob is asked to stay home from school due to the rash on his legs, he happily takes to assisting his father with work at the hotel they are temporarily living in. [...]

    24. I read this as a sort of fill-in book (waiting for a book I ordered) and I thought it was ok, but quite bland and a little unimpressive with the symbolism I was expecting, but of course I have to keep in mind this is a children's s book. Overall, not one of the best children's books I've read, but would recommend younger kids read it just to try it.

    25. I enjoyed this book for what it was. A quiet, melancholy look at life, love, and grief from the perspective of a child. Some complain that it's too sad, but it's meant to be sad. Get over it. Life is sad. Sometimes we learn to love more for having been hurt. And some people relate best to the entire world from the standpoint of sadness. If you don't, and you don't understand it, go read Mary Poppins. I liked the two children who were thrown together. I liked how Sistine was not polite to Rob, sh [...]

    26. DiCamillo, K. (2001). The Tiger Rising. Massachusetts: Candlewick Press.Gr. 4-6. Rob and his father are starting a new life in Florida. One day, walking in the forest behind the motel they live in, Rob discovers a caged tiger; he tries to keep it a secret, but just can’t keep it to himself. When he meets Sistine, the two become friends and devise a plan for freeing the tiger – after all, nothing that beautiful can stay caged forever.Curriculum: This is a good book to use to talk about symbol [...]

    27. I was really surprised how much the story grabbed me in the beginning. I could connect and feel the emotions, with the main character Rob Horton. The story line kept me wanting me to read more This book would be good for readers who like mysteries. It keeps you guessing.The story takes place in Florida. Rob the main character is dealing with issues with his mother dying, and Sistene, who has problems dealing with people. Rob and Sistene get to know each other at the motel. Both of them wanted to [...]

    28. Άλλο ένα δυνατό έργο απο την Dicamillo. Αυτή τη φορά ασχολήθηκε με το ζήτημα bulling στα σχολεία και πως αυτό το χειρίζονται τα ίδια τα θύματα. Η γλώσσα που χρησιμοποίησε είναι απλή, η αφήγηση ρεαλιστική παρόλα αυτά καθόλη τη διάρκεια της ανάγνωσης υπάρχει διάχυτη μία έντονη μελαγχ [...]

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