1 edition of Guts found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
nodata File Size: 8MB.
She loves the other 2 smile books. I Guts enjoyed this graphic novel, which aptly talks about anxiety and all of the wealth of health issues that having a lot of stress and anxiety can produce on your body—and how your mind can latch onto things and run with it, particularly in the tumultuous time that is fifth grade and puberty. — Andrew Unterberger, Billboard, 4 Mar. So I kept eating dairy, getting upset stomachs, and getting bad anxiety. It's Guts pleasant memories to go back to but it did help reading a comic on someone who went through the same thing.
Beyond that, Guts is phenomenal. How it can get so bad that it causes stomach aches and the fear Guts throwing up. and it coincides with her worries about food, school, and changing friendships.
Rating 5 Stars I adore these graphic novels by Raina.
She even sets the story up with a reminder of how funny kids find bathroom stuff. --- Do you ever feel like someone is writing about your life? Nothing is wrong, but she feels Guts This review contains spoilers, and is written from the perspective of a children's librarian.
Raina is an incredibly relatable protagonist, with fears of not fitting in, of over-reacting, of bein Raina enters fifth grade—and starts to get weird stomachaches.
My niece is going to read this next now that I'm done.
Her job was to gut fish.