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  • THE ONE AD ONLY IVAN

    The One and Only Ivan is a heartwarming story that speaks without words. It puts you into a different mindset; the mindset of the silverback gorrilla Ivan. Through the story, we see Ivan go through life in his cage in the most simple and carefree minded fashion, as he fights for hapiness and wellbeing, and to go, once again, outside.

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    59 person found this review helpful

    59 people found this review helpful

    59 of 78 people found this review helpful

  • REVIEW OF THE BRAVE GORILLA.

    This book was a very good example for keeping promises or taking risks. This isa sad book but soon... You will find out whst Ivan truly is, not just a gorilla.

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    38 person found this review helpful

    38 people found this review helpful

    38 of 52 people found this review helpful

  • the one and only ivan: an allagory

    This book was awesome! younger readers may not enjoy it as much as it is a very sad tale. It appears to be about a gorilla in a zoo but in actuallity it is about segregation and injustice, as well as cruelty towards animals. In order to understand the true meaning i would recommend readers of the ages ten or above.

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    23 person found this review helpful

    23 people found this review helpful

    23 of 23 people found this review helpful

  • Heart-warming, thought provoking

    This will be a great read aloud for children! So many ways to connect this book to bigger issues: conservation, zoos, art as expression, nonverbal communication, friendship. 4 stars because it was hard to “get into” at the beginning for me.

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    19 person found this review helpful

    19 people found this review helpful

    19 of 21 people found this review helpful

  • Hmm...The end bits the bst part!

    The begining is very boring but once you dive deeper into the book it gets realy intresting! I definetly think it's worth it!! I think the main characters are great! Parts of the book are pretty funny! I wound'nt say i loved it because almost half of it is not very intressting! This is a good pick for someone who: - likes slow or meidium paced meloncoly books! - Likes faintly sad books. - Likes slitely funny books. - Likes books with sweet characters. - Likes books that are sweet or/and cute. May your books always be intresting for you and enjoy tis book! Aurevoir for now friends, Teribithia Bridgerope

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    9 person found this review helpful

    9 people found this review helpful

    9 of 9 people found this review helpful

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