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Does that description make you long to crack the covers of this Printz Award winner? Noah is imaginative, artistic and open. Later, Nelson corrects this vision of Noah and complicates his character to great effect. He is also intensely relatable because of his flaws and is often in so much emotional pain that it is impossible not to empathise with him. When she dies, the bond between the twins dissolves and they become strangers to each other. However, initially it seems that Noah was closest to their mother and is pulled under by grief which he refuses to share with his sister.
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By Mike Fleming Jr. Book is described as a multi-faceted, cross-generational coming-of-age drama of teenage twins, Noah and Jude.
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It's one of those rare stories that keeps you immersed in the pages, not flipping them quickly to find out what happens, but meditating on them because it makes you think about those big themes: life, art, family, growing up, fate. I'll Give You The Sun tells the story of twins, a boy and a girl named Noah and Jude, from two time periods and each of their perspectives. It's not easily described otherwise in an elevator pitch. It's just a story particular people, in a particular time, under particular circumstances — but it's so well-told it feels like it's happening to all of us, everywhere, all at once. Because it's so hard to describe in a quick sentence or paragraph, let's break it down into the five ways in which it shines. In YA, so often stories are told with family, particularly brothers and sisters, in a background role.