I Got This: To Gold and Beyond Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-09-23 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 65 user ratings

"Great bio from Laurie Hernandez about her journey to becoming part of "The Final Five" at the 2016 Rio Olympics (gold medalist). Hernandez has a warm, honest voice that middle grade readers will connect with instantly. Her message for young people - "You win whenever you commit to something, because you can't experience growth without even trying"- is a great life lesson to impart. Kids will love all the behind-the-scenes stories in this including Hernandez's visit with President Obama (who tried to do a split with the team!). Good companion read to Courage to Soar by Simone Biles." said.

"I LOVE Laurie Hernandez and LOVED watching her on Dancing With the Stars. This book was an absolutely warm, inspirational and amazing book. I read it in one sitting because I couldn’t put it down. Laurie is wise beyond her years. I felt like Laurie and I were chatting over a cup of coffee. Her humility, passion, and energetic spirit was definitely evident in this book. I loved how she included emojis before each chapter as a nod to her nickname as the Human Emoji. She provided the reader with so much love and inspiration. I absolutely adore her. This book is a must read! I cannot wait to witness what Laurie does in the future!" said.

"A bubbly, feel good account of an Olympic gymnast's path to gold, Laurie Hernandez is a role model for all young athletes, and uniquely Latina as well. A departure from my recent reading binge of negative accounts of the sport of women's gymnastics, "I Got This" is a mostly positive recap of Hernandez' athletic career and ultimate coronation as "Dancing With the Stars" champion.
A bit gushy, "I Got This" glosses over the negative publicity recently focused on the sport and the Karolyi Ranch, but hey, it's a Junior Biography!
In perspective, the Karolyis did achieve a high level of success and despite recent issues, gymnastics is an excellent whole body sport, providing that participants, coaches and parents are healthy, ethical and responsible.
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"I really liked the book. I used to practice gymnastics and even tho I didn't get in a high or elite level, I still love the sport and respect it. The way Laurie writes and tells you her story is wonderful and super entertaining. She reflects how it will never be easy to achieve your dreams and how there would be ups and downs but at the end it is going to be worth it. I have no complaints for the book and I put it 4 stars instead of 5 because it did not blew me away or achieve that level of awesomeness but I still really loved it and kind of gave me the inspiration I needed.

It was a really lovely read and the kind of book I needed at the time.It is super inspiring and if you like sports or specially gymnastics I do not know what you are waiting for to pick this one up!
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"I read the e-book and found the memoir to be delightful to read. The content reads like a middle grade or younger YA book. It's a great sports book for readers as well as a clean memoir for teenagers.

I enjoyed the inspirational aspect and the information about Ms. Hernandez's training, the camps, her wins, and her losses. Many readers will be able to identify with the long term aspect of training in a sport and its impact on the athlete's family.

The narrative is easy reading and especially interesting when we get to the part of the story about the trials for the Olympics and the teamwork required to get to the Olympics. I wasn't aware she was involved in Dancing With the Stars, but that too proved to be an athletic endeavor.

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"A very happy, positive, and quick read. Laurie faced her hardships (multiple injuries after she made junior elite) with a positive attitude and determination.

There are still several chapters post Olympics, mainly talking about the tour of champions and Dancing with the Stars.

Unlike Simone Biles, Laurie was actually part of TOPS, the USAG talent search, although the way the book is written it seems like her mom researched it more than her coach did. I find it very interesting that her coach had never had an elite gymnast before, but Laurie stayed with her the whole time.
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" The take away from I Got This is "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams!"Henry David ThoreauIncludes "possibility pages", Laurie's Official Records and Glossary of Gymnastics Terms. " said.

" Positive, Motivating & Inspiring! A Wonderful Read! I Loved It! " said.

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