Guts Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-11 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" 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. " said.

" Important, relatable, humorous and sure to be a hit. You will need multiple copies for your library. " said.

" Basically the story of my childhood...and adulthood... " said.

" I received this as an ARC at the Scholastic 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. " said.

" 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. " said.

" The third entry in Raina's autobiographical series, after Smile and Sisters. This one tackles anxiety and the resultant physical issues, which in her case center on her stomach. Middle schoolers will eat this up (sorry) (not sorry), and showing anxiety in someone they admire will be super-positive. " said.

" I was able to borrow an ARC of this book from a friend and was blown away! Raina Telgemeier does it again with a beautiful story that is so relatable for anyone. Not only does the author address tummy trouble and mental health with a real world perspective, but she also does this with humor and grace. Thank you to the author for creating books that help to bust down the stigma of mental health for so many young people. My students can't wait to read this! " said.

"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 ;) " said.

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