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Dicey's Song af Cynthia Voigt
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Dicey's Song (original 1982; udgave 1984)

af Cynthia Voigt

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Now that the four abandoned Tillerman children are settled in with their grandmother, Dicey finds that their new beginnings require love, trust, humor, and courage.
Medlem:ariaflame
Titel:Dicey's Song
Forfattere:Cynthia Voigt
Info:Collins (1984), Paperback, 196 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:paperback (trade), fiction, young readers, Newbery Medal Winner, needs cover image

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Dicey's Song af Cynthia Voigt (1982)

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After the events of the summer recounted in Homecoming, Dicey and her siblings are adjusting to life with their Gram in Maryland. Now no longer the sole one in charge of making decisions, Dicey deals with school and making new friends, while her Gram works on officially adopting the children knowing that their mother will probably never be well again.

I loved the Tillerman stories when I was younger - I don't know why, but stories about kids with hard home lives finding a place to call home appealed to me. This is very much in that vein, as Dicey learns to reach out a hand to others and allow them to become friends. It's much more focused on her character than any plot, running from the start of school to about Christmastime. I might be a slightly more harsher critic as an adult then I was when I first read it, but it's still a good story. Though it could technically be read as a standalone, I think it makes a little more sense to read Homecoming first because they quickly reference events of the summer a couple of times that don't have the same resonance with readers if you're not aware. ( )
  bell7 | Nov 28, 2020 |
Newbery Medal 1983. Dicey and her brothers and sister settle in with their Grandma after being left by their mentally ill mother. They learn to make friends in their new school and to truly contribute to a family life. ( )
  LindaLeeJacobs | Feb 15, 2020 |
The four Tillerman children, (feisty Sammy, sweet and slow Maybeth, brainy James, and relentlessly determined Dicey) are figuring out how to live with their odd and ornery Gram, who is adopting them. Dicey has never really had friends, and finds it difficult when a big, effervescent black girl, Mina, is determined to make friends with her, and also when a slightly older boy she sees after school, develops a crush on her. Maybeth struggles to learn math and reading, but picks up piano brilliantly, under the tutelage of Mr. Lingerle, a kind and obese music teacher who befriends the family.
Towards the end, Gram gets word from Boston about the children's mother, who has been in a state mental hospital in a vegetative state, and she packs up Dicey and takes off to the hospital. The children's mother is dying. ( )
  fingerpost | Nov 5, 2018 |
keeping her family together is what thirteen -year old Dicey does best. But now that all four Tillerman children have found a new home with their grandmother, Dicey has to learn to let
go a little and let them live their lives. She just can't solve all their problems anymore.

But when you've taken care of everyone else for so long, it's hard not to continue with the old ways. And Dicey's got a few problems of her own; she's bored with everyone and everything at school and doesn't think anyone can tell her anything she wants to know,

Slowly Dicey begins to understand that everyone has something to teach and that life is a lesson that doesn't get easier.......
  KDBA | Aug 28, 2017 |
2nd book in the Tillerman cycle. Now that the four abandoned Tillerman children are settled in with their grandmother, Dicey finds that their new beginnings require love, trust, humor, and courage.
  jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
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Ann Philips (Children's Literature)
In the second book of Voigt's "Tillerman family" cycle, Dicey and her younger brothers and sister settle in with their grandmother on a stark homestead by the Chesapeake Bay. Their mother remains unresponsive in a Boston psychiatric hospital. Dicey is confused about where she fits into the family now that Gram has taken over responsibility for the youngsters, but she soon learns that the family still needs her resourcefulness and solid good sense. Dicey and Gram steady one another as each reaches out, breaking Tillerman tradition. Gram is a hard, proud woman who has lived to regret her isolation and the scattering of her children. Gram makes overtures to town folk and her world expands. Dicey tries to remain aloof at school, but neither Jeff the musician nor the forceful Mina relents until Dicey allows them into her circle of caring. In her spare time, Dicey is restoring a derelict sailboat, meticulously sanding down layers of old paint. Metaphorically, her emotional defenses wear away as she slowly opens to hope, friendship, expressive writing, and finally to an acceptance of her mother's death. When Gram and Dicey bring her mother's ashes home, the broken family is nearly healed. Written in fine, spare prose, this outstanding Newbery Medal winner belongs in every school and community library collection. Readers will be eager to pick up the rest of the series. 2003 (orig. 1982), Aladdin/Simon and Schuster, $5.99. Ages 10 to 14.
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