Guts

Guts A true story from Raina Telgemeier the New York Times bestselling multiple Eisner Award winning author of Smile Sisters Drama and Ghosts Raina wakes up one ni

  • Title: Guts
  • Author: Raina Telgemeier
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  • A true story from Raina Telgemeier, the 1 New York Times bestselling, multiple Eisner Award winning author of Smile, Sisters, Drama, and Ghosts Raina wakes up one night with a terrible upset stomach Her mom has one, too, so it s probably just a bug Raina eventually returns to school, where she s dealing with the usual highs and lows friends, not friends, and classmates A true story from Raina Telgemeier, the 1 New York Times bestselling, multiple Eisner Award winning author of Smile, Sisters, Drama, and Ghosts Raina wakes up one night with a terrible upset stomach Her mom has one, too, so it s probably just a bug Raina eventually returns to school, where she s dealing with the usual highs and lows friends, not friends, and classmates who think the school year is just one long gross out session It soon becomes clear that Raina s tummy trouble isn t going away and it coincides with her worries about food, school, and changing friendships What s going on Raina Telgemeier once again brings us a thoughtful, charming, and funny true story about growing up and gathering the courage to face and conquer her fears Get A Copy Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBound 144 pages Expected publication September 17th 2019 by More Details Original Title Guts Edition Language English Series Smile 3 Other Editions 7 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail Edit Details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Guts, please sign up Popular Answered Questions I want this book SOO BADD Where do I get it 2 likeslike 6 months ago See all 3 answers Francisca Yo can get it at walmart ebook flag Is this book better than Smile and Sisters 2 likeslike 2 months ago See all 2 answers Teagan Parkin Smith For me, yes P flag See all 24 questions about Guts Lists with This Book Middle Grade Novels of 2019 425 books 391 voters Great Graphic Novels for Girls 318 books 129 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 4.45 Rating details 790 ratings 147 reviews All LanguagesEnglish 144 More filters Sort order Nov 06, 2018 Tucker marked it as not released tbr Shelves graphic novel, mystery, nonfiction, memoir, reviewed, most anticipated WHAT THE QUEEN OF GRAPHIC NOVELS IS RELEASING ANOTHER BOOK Blog Twitch Pinterest Buy Reddit flag 97 likesLike see review View all 49 comments Dec 10, 2018 Tova marked it as 2019 releases Do you ever feel like someone is writing about your life As someone with chronic stomach pain, this sounds painfully relatable flag 24 likesLike see review View all 5 comments May 31, 2019 Jen rated it it was amazing Shelves bea 2019, arc Absolutely amazing and brave of Raina to share her story to help others who might be going through the same thing Highly recommended for children who are anxious and nervous They may benefit from this book 5 stars, all the way flag 8 likesLike see review Jun 11, 2019 Karissa Fast rated it it was amazing Shelves 2019 children s Thank you to for the Advanced Reading Copy This review contains spoilers, and is written from the perspective of a children s librarian.It s been 5 years since Sisters, the sequel to Smile, was published From my experience working in libraries, interest in the series has only increased over time When I visit grades 4 6 and ask if anyone has read the Smile series, almost every hand goes up boys included For that reason alone, the 3rd book in the series is a must purchase for pu Thank you to for the Advanced Reading Copy This review contains spoilers, and is written from the perspective of a children s librarian.It s been 5 years since Sisters, the sequel to Smile, was published From my experience working in libraries, interest in the series has only increased over time When I visit grades 4 6 and ask if anyone has read the Smile series, almost every hand goes up boys included For that reason alone, the 3rd book in the series is a must purchase for public and school libraries.Beyond that, Guts is phenomenal The best book in the series thus far The pacing, dialogue, humor, and subject matter shows that Raina Telegemeier is truly a master graphic novelist at the top of her game.As with Smile and Sisters, Guts is based on elements of Raina s middle grade life Where Smile is about Raina s insecurities about her braces, and Sisters is about her difficult relationship with her sister, Guts is about her anxiety At first Raina develops a phobia of throwing up She experiences a panic attack at the thought of getting sick While the feeling is difficult to explain in words, Raina does an apt job communicating the feeling through images of the character falling through the bathroom floor while struggling to stay above Her anxieties expand to include social situations and eating Eventually her parents have her see a therapist I found the therapy scenes to be especially well done and realistic Raina is anxious about therapy, but her therapist is patient and understanding, often encouraging her to just try, even when the words don t come easily In the end Raina receives a diagnosis related to her upset stomach, and learns coping mechanisms for her anxiety.The book also depicts a tense friendship between Raina and another girl in her class Both girls feel that the other is unfairly unkind to them, but are able to open up and realize that they aren t so different after all.Readers of all ages will take away real mindfulness practices such as grounding and deep breathing The book will help destigmatize mental health issues and going to therapy I appreciate Raina telling her story with such honesty and using her platform to help children understand how to get help.This book is easily readable in one sitting, and I can imagine many children will do just that flag 10 likesLike see review View 2 comments Nov 05, 2018 Queen_ Awesome marked it as to read How do you read the book flag 5 likesLike see review View all 7 comments May 31, 2019 Jen Cline rated it it was amazing Read in one sitting Raina can do no wrong I personally feel this is her best yet flag 6 likesLike see review Jul 06, 2019 Stacy Fetters rated it really liked it review of another edition Raina is back and this is has become my absolute favorite of hers She shares all the details of one of the personal problems that she had faced as a young adult It s heartfelt and compassionate with her own twist of humor thrown in It s time to face fear head on and conquer it flag 3 likesLike see review May 24, 2019 Dylan Teut rated it it was amazing My childhood anxiety manifested itself in severe migraines, often accompanied by vomiting I would get so anxious nervous excited about things when I was young, that I would often have to miss out because I had such a strong migraine and was vomiting Field trips to the circus and fire station Christmas caroling with families, etc Raina shares how her anxiety manifested itself I grew out of my migraines, but it wasn t until college when I began seeing a therapist and was properly medicate My childhood anxiety manifested itself in severe migraines, often accompanied by vomiting I would get so anxious nervous excited about things when I was young, that I would often have to miss out because I had such a strong migraine and was vomiting Field trips to the circus and fire station Christmas caroling with families, etc Raina shares how her anxiety manifested itself I grew out of my migraines, but it wasn t until college when I began seeing a therapist and was properly medicated I wish I had this book growing up, and I am glad students will have it today, to encourage them to persevere, be resilient, and get help if you need it flag 4 likesLike see review Nov 06, 2018 Sarah added it This is a really long book but its worth the time.From guts fan 23 flag 3 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jun 03, 2019 Raven Black rated it really liked it Telgemeier s classic realism, charm and style flag 3 likesLike see review Jul 16, 2019 Elise rated it it was amazing Shelves biography memoir, childrens fiction, teens with issues, coming of age, realistic fiction ya, young adult, graphic novel, middle grade in Guts, author illustrator Raina Telgemeier shares her journey from experiencing panic attacks and anxiety at the young age of nine to discovering that she had anxiety and phobias with the help of a child therapist I deeply felt this story Raina s depictions of panic that accosts you in the middle of class, the overwhelming sense of isolation, the inability to describe what you re feeling to friends or family, and when you do they don t understand or make it a thing I began having panic atta in Guts, author illustrator Raina Telgemeier shares her journey from experiencing panic attacks and anxiety at the young age of nine to discovering that she had anxiety and phobias with the help of a child therapist I deeply felt this story Raina s depictions of panic that accosts you in the middle of class, the overwhelming sense of isolation, the inability to describe what you re feeling to friends or family, and when you do they don t understand or make it a thing I began having panic attacks at the age of 11 Like Raina, it would make me sick, it made making friends difficult, and turned me in on myself during a time when people around me were starting to bloom I felt like I was dying and Raina depicts that SO accurately in her new graphic novel The beauty of this story comes when she opens up about her experiences to a child therapist who helps her try Try to breathe, try to speak in class, try to eat an unfamiliar food, etc I wish this book existed when I was a pre teen it would have saved me years and years of confusion, guilt, anxiety This book should be in every library, every classroom, every child therapist s office, every church, everywhere Definitely Raina Telgemeier s strongest contribution to graphic novels youth literature yet flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 19, 2019 Bel rated it it was amazing Another stunningly wonderful book by Raina and undoubtedly another hit A brilliant look at anxiety and childhood stress, a fantastic book for kids and a fantastic resource for kids and adults alike flag 2 likesLike see review Aug 21, 2019 Kayla Burton rated it really liked it Shelves differently abled representation, young adult, graphic novels I received an ARC of Guts at Book Expo America in May I really loved it and I know my students will too I think it s an awesome way to open discussion on anxiety flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 22, 2019 mj rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves graphic novels comics and manga Excellent graphic memoir Introduces emotional and physical health in a compassionate, kid friendly, and relatable way Read the ARC and I cannot wait to buy it for my sis when it is released flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 26, 2019 Matt Glaviano added it Shelves 2019, graphic novels I was super excited to run across an ARC of this it s great to have a middle school librarian for a neighbor Raina always read quickly and is extremely easy to digest this was no exception The art is clear and the colors bright My only immediate complaint might be that it reads so quickly that I m left wanting.It s taken me a lot of time to come to understand my own anxiety issues And I ve never really extended those issues back to me as a young kid Some of what is described here hits I was super excited to run across an ARC of this it s great to have a middle school librarian for a neighbor Raina always read quickly and is extremely easy to digest this was no exception The art is clear and the colors bright My only immediate complaint might be that it reads so quickly that I m left wanting.It s taken me a lot of time to come to understand my own anxiety issues And I ve never really extended those issues back to me as a young kid Some of what is described here hits closet to home than I would have expected especially the nail biting and stomach troubles It s refreshing to see these issues addressed in a way that s accessible to a young audience.I m curious what my daughter thinks of this, both the anxiety aspects of it and the period conversations She s about to reread it with my wife what a great conversation starter this could be flag 2 likesLike see review Aug 03, 2019 Bang Bang Books rated it really liked it As always, Telgemeier tales a tale of a girl who we can all relate to.Issues I had with the Book The Ending It was a little to saccharin even for Telgemeier Critial This was not as critical as her previous four GN I ve had wonderful book discussions with high schoolers about Sisters but I don t see that with this book I do think it would be a great discussion with middle schoolers.What I Liked Telgemeier touches on topics that many of us have gone through as young kids and I ve never rea As always, Telgemeier tales a tale of a girl who we can all relate to.Issues I had with the Book The Ending It was a little to saccharin even for Telgemeier Critial This was not as critical as her previous four GN I ve had wonderful book discussions with high schoolers about Sisters but I don t see that with this book I do think it would be a great discussion with middle schoolers.What I Liked Telgemeier touches on topics that many of us have gone through as young kids and I ve never read about them in books before anxiety Kids suffer in silence and they think they are the only ones I think Guts would be a great conversation starter and to show kids that they aren t alone.That s all It was very good I teared up a bit because I was a worrier as a kid still am It s a great addition to your collection if you are a librarian and it will be a great title for a book discussion flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 27, 2019 Rachel rated it it was amazing I had stomachaches ALL THE TIME as a kid Nerves, anxiety, and lactose intolerance are a painful combination If I had had this book as a kid, I think I would have been better for it Telgemeier s best yet, imo flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 23, 2019 Theresa rated it it was amazing Shelves siblings, family, middle readers, graphic novel, juvenile, mental health, middle school, non fiction, memoir biography I m so glad I was able to grab a copy of this juvenile graphic memoir at BEA 2019 Raina s stories are so real and relate able Kids in intermediate and middle school will relate to Raina s anxiety in school around her friends I liked that the story demonstrated the normalcy of needing help and seeking advice I also liked the addition of young girls going through puberty It s been 25 years since I had these same problems in school, but it felt like yesterday reading her story I remember all I m so glad I was able to grab a copy of this juvenile graphic memoir at BEA 2019 Raina s stories are so real and relate able Kids in intermediate and middle school will relate to Raina s anxiety in school around her friends I liked that the story demonstrated the normalcy of needing help and seeking advice I also liked the addition of young girls going through puberty It s been 25 years since I had these same problems in school, but it felt like yesterday reading her story I remember all the associated stress and while I wouldn t want to relive it, kids need to know that they aren t alone Highly recommended for fans of Raina s other stories Smile and Sisters flag 2 likesLike see review May 01, 2019 Lily Williams rated it it was amazing I wish I had this book so so very badly as a kid flag 2 likesLike see review May 30, 2019 Ben Ace added it Shelves bea bc 2019, ownvoices, rep mental health, genre graphic novel, genre memoir, copy owned, age mg Holy heck, friends This book is perfect and I m like 98% sure Raina actually wrote this about me because dang, this book fit my experiences so perfectly I m crying Full RTC when I m not exhausted by BookExpo flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 03, 2019 Kate rated it really liked it Shelves age middlegrade, graphic novels, 2019, arcs I got this ARC from BookExpo.I haven t read any of Raina Telgemeier s other graphic memoirs, but it has the same tone as Drama This particular story addresses her issues with IBS irritable bowel syndrome , anxiety, and food issues The story has both fun moments and serious moments, but mostly keeps it light and easy to digest har, har for a middle school audience Members of my family have struggled with IBS and there aren t many books to help kids or teens make sense of it, so I think this I got this ARC from BookExpo.I haven t read any of Raina Telgemeier s other graphic memoirs, but it has the same tone as Drama This particular story addresses her issues with IBS irritable bowel syndrome , anxiety, and food issues The story has both fun moments and serious moments, but mostly keeps it light and easy to digest har, har for a middle school audience Members of my family have struggled with IBS and there aren t many books to help kids or teens make sense of it, so I think this is a great story flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 10, 2019 Diana rated it really liked it Another great graphic novel for kids and their parents from Raina Telgemeier This one is the story of Raina s childhood struggles with digestive issues and her growing fear around being sick to her stomach Lots to like in here about friendship and how it changes as kids grow up, the beginning of adolescence and the changes that brings, as well as dealing with phobias and anxiety Not as memorable somehow as Sisters or Smile, but nevertheless totally engaging with wonderful illustration and Another great graphic novel for kids and their parents from Raina Telgemeier This one is the story of Raina s childhood struggles with digestive issues and her growing fear around being sick to her stomach Lots to like in here about friendship and how it changes as kids grow up, the beginning of adolescence and the changes that brings, as well as dealing with phobias and anxiety Not as memorable somehow as Sisters or Smile, but nevertheless totally engaging with wonderful illustration and lots of food for thought for a tween teen audience flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 08, 2019 Heather rated it it was amazing Raina Telgemeier shares her own experiences dealing with anxiety as a child An important book to help students realize that everyone is dealing with their own problems, and going to therapy is a normal solution flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 25, 2019 Jules rated it it was amazing Shelves arc, library, graphic novels I received this as an ARC at the Reading Summit shortly before hearing Raina Telgemeier give the closing keynote It is quite literally, the story of my life When she described the premise I got goosebumps How I wish I had this book as an anxiety phobia laden 9 year old child flag 1 likeLike see review View 1 comment Jun 25, 2019 Stephanie Middleton rated it it was amazing Shelves kid lit, graphic novels comics Basically the story of my childhoodand adulthood flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 07, 2019 Brenda Kahn added it Shelves 2019 reading, 2019 favorite, family, anxiety, graphic novel memoir Important, relatable, humorous and sure to be a hit You will need multiple copies for your library flag 1 likeLike see review Jun 21, 2019 Casey caseydillabooks rated it it was amazing Shelves o informative, genre graphic novels, genre memoir or bio, genre nonfiction, rep issue book, pub scholastic, o based on a true story I am so grateful for this book I wasn t diagnosed with IBS until my teen years, but I still wish I d had this as a kid so I was at least familiar with what it was and with the concept that there isn t a cure but there are tools to manage it flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 30, 2019 Geri Gan rated it it was amazing WOAH ANOTHER BOOK OMG flag Like see review Jun 25, 2019 Tricia rated it it was amazing A delicate topic handled well in an accessible format flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 14, 2019 Kristen Beverly rated it it was amazing Super cute story that I think will help a lot of kids, and maybe even some adults, with dealing with anxiety Never too young to start learning about how your body reacts to stress and feelings flag 1 likeLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers also enjoyed

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