Eventown




      Eventown
The world tilted for Elodee this year, and now it s impossible for her to be the same as she was before Not when her feelings have such a strong grip on her heart Not when she and her twin sister, Naomi, seem to be drifting apart So when Elodee s mom gets a new job in Eventown, moving seems like it might just fix everything.Indeed, life in Eventown is comforting and exciting all at once Their kitchen comes with a box of recipes for Elodee to try Everyone takes the scenic way to school or work past rows of rosebushes and unexpected waterfalls On blueberry picking field trips, every berry is perfectly ripe.Sure, there are a few odd rules, and the houses all look exactly alike, but it s easy enough to explain until Elodee realizes that there are only three ice cream flavors in Eventown Ever And they play only one song in music class.Everything may be even in Eventown, but is there a price to pay for perfection and pretending Best Read [ Eventown ] By [ Corey Ann Haydu ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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      Eventown
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  • Hardcover
  • 328 pages
  • Eventown
  • Corey Ann Haydu
  • 27 November 2017

10 thoughts on “ Eventown

  1. Betsy says:

    Every year various dictionaries and encyclopedias try to determine what the Word of the Year is, and every year they make some pretty good choices Here s one that I don t think they ve done yet, but that s been on a lot of minds anyway Discomfort There s been a lot of talk about it lately, particularly in terms of the value of uncomfortable valuable conversations I am, personally, a person who tends to avoid discomfort at all costs, and my privilege is that I can too often do so...

  2. Kathryn says:

    I m not a huge elementary reader, but I absolutely LOVED Corey Haydu s EVENTOWN It starts as a typical upper elementary read, so its hidden depths prove all theprofound Tragedy devastates our main character Elodee s family, so when Elodee s mom gets a new job moving seems like it ll fix everything Welcome to Eventown A place where all the houses look the same, the air always smells like roses, and blueberries grow year round Where everything seems like the perfect summer day At lea I m not a huge elementary reader, but I absolutely LOVED Corey Haydu s EVENTOWN It starts as a typical upper elementary read, so its hidden depths prove all theprofound Tragedy devastates our main character Elodee s family, so when Elodee s mom gets a new job moving seems like it ll fix everything Welcome to Eventown A place where all the houses look the same, the air always smells like roses, a...

  3. Chance Lee says:

    With a blurb from Rebecca Stead, Eventown was a highly anticipated book for me However, I found it too slow paced for its climax, which hinges on a reveal of information that is only hidden because of narrative manipulation Eventown is narrated by Elodee, a sixth grader who bakes cookies for people based on their personalities She has a twin sister, Naomi, who likes gymnastics so much she does cartwheels almost as much as she walks They have a dad who likes to garden and a mom who not qui With a blurb from Rebecca Stead, Eventown was a highly anticipated book for me However, I found it too slow paced for its climax, which hinges on a reveal of info...

  4. Kate Willis says:

    I love this book for its intriguing cover and review by Rebecca Stead.Its truth about family and sisters and sorrow, and its truth about family and sisters growing apart because of sorrow Dad s sighs were particularly accurate Its portrayal of an easy world perfect for a fresh start Baking and blueberries and ice cream and s s and faded freckles and a rose but that would not be tamed.A slow reveal of what the tragedy was and how the eerily idyllic Eventown worked view spoiler The stori I love this book for its intriguing cover and review by Rebecca Stead.Its truth about family and sisters and sorrow, and its truth about family and sisters growing apart because of sorrow Dad s sighs were particularly accurate Its portrayal of an easy world perfect for a fresh start Baking and blueberries and ice cream and s s and faded freckles and a rose but that would not be tamed.A slow reveal of what the tragedy was and how ...

  5. Mandy Stallard says:

    I am a huge fan of The Someday Suitcase by Corey Ann Haydu, so I was thrilled that she shared an ARC of her newest book, Eventown, with BookPosse This middle grade novel will publish in February 2019, so you will have to wait a while to get your hands on it, but I promise it will be worth the wait We meet twin sisters, Elodee and Naomi, on their last day in their hometown of Juniper Things have been difficult for their family for a while something terrible happened, and now they are sad all I am a huge fan of The Someday Suitcase by Corey Ann Haydu, so I was thrilled that she shared an ARC of her newest book, Eventown, with BookPosse This middle grade novel will publish in February 2019, so you will have to wait a while to get your hands on it, but I promise it will be worth the wait We meet twin sisters, Elodee and Naomi, on their last day in their hometown of Juniper Things have been difficult for their family for a while something terrible happened, and now they are sad all the time Their parents decide to move the family, and they pick a small, idyllic place called Eventown Everything seems perfect in Eventown the food Elodee cooks tastes better than it ever has before her father s rosebush from Juniper flourishes her mom is fin...

  6. Jeanette says:

    From the start I could tell this book and I were not necessarily going to get on too well.The book started by laying it on thick that something really tragic, bad, world tilting, etc, etc had happened to our narrator and her family I quickly got tired of being told something awful had happened but with no story development to go along with constantly being told.It felt like the author was trying too hard to be profound.The big reveal occurred too far into the story, about 280 pages into a 320 p From the start I could tell this book and I were not necessarily going to get on too well.The book started by laying it on thick that something really tragic, bad, world tilting, etc, etc had happened to our narrator and her family I quickly got tired of being told something awful had happened but with no story development to go along with constantly being told.It felt like the author was trying too hard to be profound.The big reveal occurred too far into the story, about 280 pages into a 320 page book I feel like the story would have hadimpact for me if I had known what it was they were forgetting instead of just constantly being told they were forgetting something Instead t...

  7. Destinee Sutton says:

    This is basically like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind for kids As a grown up, I really don t need to read another story about a supposed utopia that is actually gasp a dystopia But, of course, to most child readers this will no...

  8. Barb Middleton says:

    A well written book is one that has different meanings and layered themes for readers to interpret as they may One person might like the character development on what it is like to have a twin Another reader might relate to the pressure the protagonist feels to conform to peers Another might interpret that pressure as isolation and the loneli...

  9. Ms. Yingling says:

    Haydu, Corey Ann EventownFebruary 12th 2019 by HC Katherine Tegen BooksCopy provided by Young Adult Books CentralElodee s family is struggling for reasons that aren t clear, and she and her twin sister Naomi are not getting along When their mother gets a job in Eventown, no one really wants to move, but they do, digging up a rose bush from their old home and bringing it with them Eventown has a lot of good opportunities and a lot of fun activities for the girls Elodee loves to cook, and Naom Haydu, Corey Ann EventownFebruary 12th 2019 by HC Katherine Tegen BooksCopy provided by Young Adult Books CentralElodee s family is struggling for reasons that aren t clear, and she and her twin sister Naomi are not getting along When their mother gets a job in Eventown, no one really wants to move, but they do, digging up a rose bush from their old home and bringing it with them Eventown has a lot of good opportunities and a lot of fun activities for the girls Elodee loves to cook, and Naomi does gymnastics When the girls go to the welcoming center for their orientation, they find out that Eventown was founded by Jasper Plimmswood for people whose homes were destroyed in a hurricane, and they needed to start over The girls are invited into a room where they tell six stories of their lives, including the most embarrassing moment and the most heartbreaking one, and after they do, ...

  10. Leonard Kim says:

    I am not sure the metaphor works that wanting to forget can be equated with social conformance Camazotz and Orphan Island and the Community in The Giver are similar setups and yet all meant different things, so I guess that s a quibble too the distinctive American attitude that individualism is prized over societal peace and welfare can be exploited in just about any kind of book like this, but this ...

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