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Mick Harte Was Here (1995)

– tekijä: Barbara Park

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Thirteen-year-old Phoebe recalls her younger brother Mick and his death in a bicycle accident.

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Näyttää 1-5 (yhteensä 22) (seuraava | näytä kaikki)
  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I don't know what to say. This is a sad, but hopeful little book. ( )
  Wanda-Gambling | May 9, 2020 |
Mick Harte Was Here by Barbara Park is a book that will grab your heart right from the start! At less than one hundred pages, it is a quick read, which is good because it will probably make you cry, but you will laugh too. Phoebe is such a down to earth character whose sadness, anger, and confusion really come through to the reader. She is honest right from the start and lets the reader know her brother is dead. Her memories about Mick will have you laughing out loud, and you will wish you had had the chance to meet him. As Phoebe searches for answers to what happens now, she is also filled with regret. She feels like she could have stopped the accident, and then no one would have to go through the pain of losing Mick. Reading her conversation about the “what ifs” that she has with her dad really opened my eyes about why we need to let things go because there is always something to regret if we let ourselves go down that path. I think this book would be helpful for anyone that has experienced a major loss because they would be able to relate to Phoebe and might learn from her about healing. It is also an excellent book for people to read who have friends that have gone through something big and they want to show they care but don't know the right words to say. I would recommend this book to anyone in fourth grade and up who is ready for an emotional story with characters that will really make them think. I know third graders who have read it, but I should also mention that Phoebe does swear a little bit in the book, which seemed natural because of the circumstances. This is a book that you shouldn’t miss because it will open your eyes and will make you think about safety and letting go of things you can’t change. ( )
  Robinsonstef | Jul 10, 2019 |
Phoebe’s brother has just died. And this book is about how she deals with it, from the morning of the accident to the months and months later. It’s not tragic like Bridge to Terabithia–death and dealing with trauma is the theme of the book and it starts from the beginning. So there’s no real heartbreak, except for watching the deceased’s younger sister deal with the aftermath.

I like this because it’s a good portrayal of dealing with grief as a young adult. Good for anyone going through the same thing–a death in the family–and is too young to truly process it. And it cuts through all the sugarcoating too. Death ain’t fun and it ain’t pretty. Or how people keep turning death into a chance to talk about themselves, how the grief never really goes away, the empty feeling of something missing. There’s always something missing. How trying to remember the good times doesn’t really help, that you just need time. And as we go on Phoebe’s journey, we gain the tools to handle that same situation ourselves.

My one qualm about the book is that you don’t really know how he died until the ending, when the build-up loses some of the impact. That’s where it gets a little preachy, even though I’m sure it’s not intended. Otherwise, this is a good book for kids and adults, like My Brother Sam Is Dead. It has a sense of humor despite the subject matter. And it teaches us all that, whether you want it to or not, life goes on. ( )
  theWallflower | Feb 14, 2019 |
At the recommendation of one of my 3rd grade students, I read Mick Harte Was Here, a juvenile book about a young boy, Mick Harte, who is killed in a tragic bike accident when he skids into a passing truck. The story is told from the point of view of his sister, Phoebe, who portrays Mick as being his very own person. He was the kind of kid that freaked his mom out by putting a ceramic eye in a defrosted chicken, and he was always involved in some kind of antic.
This is such a heart-rendering story that I read on a particular weekend when I was especially missing our beloved dog, Buddie, who had passed away earlier this year. As the family mourned the death of Mick, Phoebe takes the reader through the upheaval of their lives and the subsequent events, such as the memorial service and how routines suddenly become nonexistent or insignificant. Not having to use the appropriate silverware, or having grilled cheese sandwiches and mashed potatoes for dinner became completely fine after Mick’s passing.
I loved the way that Phoebe’s best friend, Zoe, spouts some magical words that are uplifting to Zoe. She says, “Put him everywhere, why don’t you?....Because like if God is everywhere the way they say he is, and Mick is with God, then Mick could be everywhere, too.” I think that she is right, and that by faith we can believe, that our loved ones who have passed, are really everywhere and at our side, too. ( )
  haymaai | Oct 26, 2014 |
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