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10 thoughts on “Jessaloups Song

  1. says:

    As a nanny of a ten year old girl I am always looking for literature that she will enjoy Unfortunately I have found that many of the newest book

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    I found this book great it was unlike the previous book for I found that ISABEL OF THE WHALES did surpass this book However it was still enjo

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    Follow up to Isabel of the Whales one of my most favorite books ever Loved the ending

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    First I won this book in a give away so Thank you Also the postcard received with the book was a very nice personalized touch So th

  5. says:

    I can't wait to read this book Isabel of Whales was my favorite book for about two and half year and I'm embarrassed about how many times I've reread it think the Harry Potter obsession on steroids So now I can't wait to r

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    THIS IS GOING TO T BE AMAZING I LOVED THE FIRST BOOK

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    A Perfect Seuel I adored Isabel of the Whales even though it is geared towards a younger audience than I am and I was hoping for a seuel the first time I read it The story is magical beautiful and this seuel does not disappoint It is

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    Great

  9. says:

    This book was amazing a must read for people of all ages

  10. says:

    i read isabel of the whales eleven ELEVEN years ago and it changed my life i only found out about this book earlier last year and it's taken me a while to read it but it is truly everything i could have ever hoped for and absolutely perfect not to be emoTM but im a MESS

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Jessaloups Song

Ciously bad music if they are to Save the Humans A follow up to the magical Isabel of the Whales Jessaloup's Song clears up the mystery of Isabel's origins while exploring teenage love and celebrating the family ties that bind all specie This book was amazing a must read for people of all ages

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A sixty ton humpback whale lies stranded gasping for breath on the sands of Cape Cod and there's just one girl in the world who knows who he is When Jessaloup is transformed into a boy Isabel has to teach him to walk talk and act human s As a nanny of a ten year old girl I am always looking for literature that she will enjoy Unfortunately I have found that many of the newest books aimed at this group of youngsters are inappropriate or simply set bad examples for young girls Twilight Whatever happened to strong intelligent kind heroines like Pippi Longstocking It goes without saying that when I received Jessaloup s Song I had this age group in mind and hoped that I would be presented with a book that I could happily pass along Fortunately Jessaloup s Song is an appropriate and intelligent book and certainly gives a nod to children who are much smarter than we give them credit for The main character Isabel isn t uite on par with Pippi Longstocking but she is a far cry from the whiny self indulgent passive shallow female characters that we are too often presented with Isabel is a determined young girl who puts forth an effort to get what she wants and works alongside the male protagonist through much of the story rather than behind him Again a refreshing change It also should be mentioned that the author gives a nod to green living and natural disasters which I can really appreciate It s never to early to instill an appreciation of the earth we live on Plenty of information is given about marine life primarily Humpback whales and children will surely learn a few interesting facts while reading the story All in all a wholesome read that is informative entertaining and not in the least bit demeaning

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O that together they can raise the alarm about a terrible natural disaster that's threatening the East Coast With the calamity's deadline drawing near the two teens must overcome skepticism jealousies misunderstandings and even some atro First I won this book in a give away so Thank you Also the postcard received with the book was a very nice personalized touch So the book I was pleasantly surprised I wasn t sure if I was going to like it but I ended up liking it a lot Although I d give it about 35 stars I rounded up to four I hadn t read the first one which sounds like it would be good and kind of like an adventure book This book I think did a good job of briefing the reader on the important aspects of the first book in which they might of missed I really liked Isabel and I really liked Jessaloup in the story I realize this was written aimed for ten year olds so I tried to keep that in mind My son is almost 8 so that is my only reference on that category other than I used to be 10 years old once lol I don t think I would of choose this book to read on my own for the simple fact I ve never had any interest in whales and once I read the back of the book the book sounded insanethe summary on the back was probably my least favorite thing about this book I really like the summary on Goodreadscom though and I definitely think it s for girls than boys I thought once I was finished that it was a shame it didn t have a alluring summary because I would of definietly enjoyed it as a young girl I did enjoy it as an adult and thought it was better than a lot of YA books I ve read I liked the way the story flowed in the most beliveable fashion possible and I liked the ending that concluded with Jessaloup s song which is something I was looking forward too though I did wish I had some details on right after she changed into the whale at the end Also got to learn a few things about whales while reading it got me thinking they were kinda cool

  • Paperback
  • 218
  • Jessaloups Song
  • Hester Velmans
  • English
  • 14 January 2017
  • 9780983550594

About the Author: Hester Velmans

I make my living translating modern novels French Dutch into English but my real love is reserved for writing my own brand of fiction My latest is a historical novel SLIPPER which tells the story of Cinderella as if she had been a real life historical character in the 17th century who meets the original author of the fairy tales the little known Charles Perrault My two books for children