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by Dana Lubotsky,Barbara Park

  • Author: Dana Lubotsky,Barbara Park
  • ISBN: 0807261890
  • ISBN13: 978-0807261897
  • ePub: 1420 kb | FB2: 1707 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Classics
  • Publisher: Listening Library; Unabridged edition (March 27, 2001)
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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Mick Harte Was Here ePub download

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Mick was more upset than I was. As soon as she was gone, he started feeling guilty that he hadn’t spent more time with he. His name was Mick Harte. And from now on, if you want to talk about him-which you’re not even fit to do-you use his name. As soon as she was gone, he started feeling guilty that he hadn’t spent more time with her. I should have gotten you to take me out there more often, he told Po.

Mick Harte Was Here book. Barbara Park, Dana Lubotsky

Mick Harte Was Here book. Barbara Park, Dana Lubotsky. Mick Harte Was Here was on top of all the other books and it was as if I'd seen it for the first time in that sale, I pulled it out of the box and opened it to the first page and sat down and read that one page. Afterward, I closed the book and told myself, I'm keeping this and put it on my desk to read and I'm so glad I did.

Earphones Award Winner. Without a trace of reading, Lubotsky makes this seem like her own story. by Barbara Park Read by Dana Lubotsky. Although her high-pitched voice is initially surprising, after one paragraph her clear, expressive lilt is a pleasure to hear. She sensitively conveys the full range of emotions that the grieving, reminiscing Phoebe and her parents experience. Park's heartwarming story will leave a lasting impression, as will Lubotsky's flawless portrayal of Phoebe. Winner of AUDIOFILE Earphones Award (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine.

Mick Harte Was Here (Hardcover). Published March 14th 1995 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. Author(s): Barbara Park. ISBN: 0679870881 (ISBN13: 9780679870883). ISBN: 0807277975 (ISBN13: 9780807277973).

MICK HARTE WAS HERE is the perfect writer’s resource on how to be real.

I don’t know if it will help anyone use better judgment than my brother did. I hope so, though. Honest to God, I do. Because Mick died from a massive head injury. Because Mick died from a massive head injury n inch of Styrofoam would have made the difference between his living and dying. It’s been a month since the accident now. Things have gotten a little better at home. Nana from Florida went back to Orlando. And my mother gets dressed in the mornings, usually. She’s gone back to work, too-just two days a week, but it’s a start. We sit down to dinner every night at our new places

Mick Harte Was Here by Barbara Park is a book that will grab your heart right from the start! At less than one hundred .

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. Barbara Park is also the author of award-winning middle grade novels and bestselling picture books, including Skinnybones, Mick Harte Was Here, and The Kid in the Red Jacket. Barbara Park was born in New Jersey in 1947 and spent most of her adult life in Arizona, where she and her husband, Richard, raised two sons. Barbara died in 2013, but her legacy lives on in the laughter her books give to readers all over the world.

put this short, intense novel across in virtuoso style. -School Library Journal.

Read by Dana Lubotsky1 hour 42 minutes2 cassettesThis is Phoebe's brilliantly told story about her younger brother and best friend, Mick, who dies in a bicycle accident.  her struggle to accept his death and deal with her own grief is told in the touching, witty narrative of a 13-year-old girl taht will evoke both laughter and tears and will long be remembered.
When discussing favorite children’s books, my friend, a counselor, said his was the fictional middle grade novel, MICK HARTE WAS HERE. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that the 1995 treasure was written by the author of the beloved JUNIE B. JONES series, recently deceased Barbara Park.

Park wrote this conversational story with such heart and humor, I’d swear narrator Phoebe Harte really was Park’s 13-year-old self. As a storyteller, Park knew and loved her audience. She tackled the complex subject of death candidly, yet compassionately, without being overdramatic or condescendingly romantic about the deceased person’s life. We felt Phoebe’s pain and we marveled in her hope. MICK HARTE WAS HERE is the perfect writer’s resource on how to be real. I can see why it was a counselor's favorite.

Favorite lines:
But I can still remember the exact conversation I had with Santa Claus when I was in kindergarten.

He said, “Ho ho ho.”

I said, “Your breath smells.”

And he said, “Get down.”
My brother died.

He wasn’t 12 and it wasn’t a bicycle accident. I’m not a child, I’m a grown woman with a husband and 3 kids.

But this simply told story about a little girl and her grief is so unbelievably relatable for anyone who has suffered the untimely death of a loved one. I’ve tried to read grief books and talk to people about it, but people say stupid things, and grief counselors who write books may not know what this type of loss feels like. Like a cannonball wound to the abdomen, as she so aptly describes it.

Thank you to the writer of this book. Just, thank you.
I first read this book as a young teenager, and it still is fondly held in my memory of how the story plays out. Mick Harte is dead, and the book doesnt waste time telling you that or how he died. It was a fluke, an accident that could happen to anyone at anytime. But the story isnt about Mick, it is about his older sister and how his death has impacted her life in the days after his death. It goes over things the parents have done, and how people have supported the sister and the family. If you have not lost anyone close to you, this is likely the closest you will come to feeling the pain that someone who has lost a loved out has felt.

This purchase was as a gift, but as I recall the book is easy reading, and it may seem too easy a read for adults. A perfect book for teens, but an amazing story for adults as well.
Touching novel. I read this when I was a little girl. I purchased this for our daughters to read now. I think it is very powerful. Not many books/novel from my childhood stuck with me like this one did. I can only count maybe 5 or 6 that stayed with me that I want our daughters to read and this is the first of that list. Thank you Barbara Park for writing such a memorable book.
I loved this book. It shows the sisters point of view and stories. It will make you cry but vet recommended
A bike helmet... that is what mick Harte decided NOT to wear for 12 years and 5 months and look we're that got him, In a hospital We're he died. but if only mick had worn that helmet he would have lived. Reality or not, mick Harte died just because he said the helmet made him look like a dork. (Which it doesn't!) Barbara park wrote this book for a reason you know, we're a bike helmet! And as Barbara park says, please, don't let mick Harte's story Be your story!!!
heart of sky
My 8-year old Granddaughter read this and was telling me about it. I had to get the book for myself and was I ever happy I did. What a great story. A few tears, a few laughs made for a great book on the death of a young boy. A great lesson was learned from reading this book.
This was different than I expected but a good (short) read. It's a story about how an accident changed a family and the ending is an unexpected twist but insightful.
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