Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

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  • Hardcover
  • 139 pages
  • Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
  • Barry Denenberg
  • English
  • 20 September 2018
  • 0439194466

About the Author: Barry Denenberg

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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall Blinded after a terrible accident, Bess must learn to overcome her disability with the help of new friends and skills at the Perkins School for the Blind, in the wake of America s Great Depression.After Bess Brennan is blinded in a sledding accident, she must face a frightening, much altered world Confronted with a new set of obstacles, Bess manages to overcome her disabi Best Read Mirror, Mirror on the Wall [ author ] Barry Denenberg [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

  1. Jerrica says:

    This book made me really afraid to go sledding because the girl went blind from a sledding accident Thanks a lot, Dear America.

  2. Ana Mardoll says:

    Mirror, Mirror Perkins School for the Blind 0 439 19446 6 Mirror, Mirror is a solid addition to the Dear America series, and with a new kind of fictional diarist a blind young woman When Bess eyesight is lost in a sledding accident, she despairs that she will ever be able to live a normal life With the urging of her understanding and concerned family, she gains admission to the Perkins School for the Blind, and begins the onerous process of learning how to live independently without si Mirror, Mirror Perkins School for the Blind 0 439 19446 6 Mirror, Mirror is a solid addition to the Dear America series, and with a new kind of fictional diarist a blind young woman When Bess eyesight is lost in a sledding accident, she despairs that she will ever be able to live a normal life With the urging of her understanding and concerned family, she gains admission to the Perkins School for the Blind, and begins the onerous process of learning how to live independently without sight.So much of this book is quite fascinating, as Bess describes senses and feelings that would never occur to me as a sighted person She learns, for instance, to walk down corridors snapping her fingers, listening to the different types echoes as the corridors widen and narrow while she walks She describes how the most thoughtful teachers automatically say Hello and Goodbye when entering and leaving rooms, so that the blind students can instantly know who has entered or left E...

  3. StarMan says:

    Another of the Dear America series books for kids Set in 1930s Boston, MIRROR, MIRROR is not the happiest title in the series nor is it a complete downer It is, however, a good book for kids to learn a little about what the Great Depression was like, and how a young girl who suddenly lost her sight found out that life can go on.MIRROR, MIRROR provides a good dose of historical reality It would also make a good book for a class or family discussion Like all these books, it s not deep or Another of the Dear America series books for kids Set in 1930s Boston, MIRROR, MIRROR is not the happiest title in the series nor is it a complete downer It is, however, a good book for kids to learn a little about what the Great Depression was like, and how a young girl who suddenly lost her sight found out that life can go on.MIRROR, MIRROR provides a good dose of historical reality It would also m...

  4. Courtney Shevchenko says:

    I think this is my least favorite Dear America book It was so sad

  5. Olivia says:

    I have always liked Dear Americas I read this one a while ago and just bought it at a thrift store because I couldn t remember what I thought of it I won t be keeping it It seemed to me that Bess outlook wasn t too bright I realize that she just went blind, but shutting people out and hiding in yourself isn t a very good way to handle it Mostly, though, I thought the story was incomplete I thought it was really short I was really getting into the story and then BAM it s done As a final I have always liked Dear Americas I read this one a while ago and just bought it at a thrift store because I couldn t remember what I thought of it I won t be keeping it It seemed to me that Bess outlook wasn t too bright I realize that she just went blind, but shutting people out and hiding in yourself isn t a very good way to handle it Mostly, though, I thought the story was incomplete I thought it was r...

  6. Jeni Enjaian says:

    A review from my old blogThe Dear America series is probably one of the best historical fiction series for children I enjoy reading these books even as an adult Part of that is because I always wonder what life might have been like for a person living in different ages of history and how their life would have unfolded.From the prospective of a future middle school English possibly teacher I definitely would assign at least one or two books from this series to my students.This particular b A review from my old blogThe Dear America series is probably one of the best historical fiction series for children I enjoy reading these books even as an adult Part of that is because I always wonder what life might have been like for a person living in different ages of history and how their life would have unfolded.From the prospective of a future middle school English possibly teacher I definitely would assign at least one or two books ...

  7. Rebecca says:

    After she is blinded in a sledding accident, twelve year old Bess Brennan s life changes forever Bess would like to hide in her room forever, but her family forces her to face the world, a world that will never be the same for Bess, ever again For years, Bess has kept a diary, faithfully writing daily entries Now, Bess s twin sister Elin must write for her instead Bess s family decides to send her to the Perkins School for the Blind, where she can learn to live in the world without her sight After she is blinded in a sledding accident, twelve year old Bess Brennan s life changes forever Bess would like to hide in her room forever, but her family forces her to face the world, a world that will never be the same for Bess, ever again For years, Bess has kept a ...

  8. Camille says:

    When I was in grade school, I loved to read these Dear America books I read them like nobody s buisiness, and every now and again, if I find one, I will read them They tickle my fancy And my favorite, favorite, favorite Dear America book was Mirror, Mirror on the Wall I just loved it I don t even really know why I could just see their house so clearly in my mind, and it was a lovely experience I simply adored this book growing up, and I think it has something to do with B...

  9. Jayme(the ghost reader) says:

    I enjoyed this book I have heard of the Perkins School for the Blind I am a semi sightless person myself That is what they called people with some sight The only thing I didn t like is how blind people were called blinks I don t understand what that means I also didn t like how blind people were treated then like everyone was walking on needles around a sightless person I have friends who are blind and semi blind and i treat them like human beings Some people still treat blind people a I enjoyed this book I have heard of the Perkins School for the Blind I am a semi sightless person myself That is what they called people with some sight The only thing I didn t like is how blind people were called blinks I don t understand what that means I also didn t like how blind people were treated then like everyone was walking on needles around a sightless person I have friends who are blind and semi blind and i treat them like human beings Some people still treat blind people ...

  10. Angeleah Brothers says:

    i think this book perfictly shows a blind persons point of viwe but the one thing i hated is that they sead that two blind people can t fall in love and thats not the case people should beabl to love who ever and when ever thats what i think about this book and if you have a problum oh well.