Karina

About the Author: E.B. Mann

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  • Paperback
  • Karina
  • E.B. Mann
  • 17 September 2018
  • 1732843080

Karina For Karina Morgan, every day is another chance to be bullied by the pretty girls at school–all because of an accident when she was just a baby that left her horribly scarred. Her life seems hopeless, until she stumbles upon a mysterious cave near her home. What she learns from the cave's extraordinary inhabitants will change her perspective–and her life–forever. Read Karina – theheartwork.co.uk

11 thoughts on “Karina

  1. Betsy Myers says:

    I won this book via Goodreads First Reads I am an ECE Administrator and I added this book to the lending library for parents and staff at my school.

  2. KarmA1966 says:

    Karina is a YA novel that can connect with kids of any age Karina is a middle schooler who has self esteem issues She doesn t feel pretty enough She doesn t feel like she fits in at school She doesn t feel like she has a place in her own family, a family often dominated by her two rowdy younger brothers She feels, frankly, like lots of young girls of this age Young girls who are trying to find their identity, place, and purpose in the world.To tell this story, EB Mann mines a rich tradit Karina is a YA novel that can connect with kids of any age Karina is a middle schooler who has self esteem issues She doesn t feel pretty enough She doesn t feel like she fits in at school She doesn t feel like she has a place in her own family, a family often dominated by her two rowdy younger brothers She feels, frankly, like lots of young girls of this age Young girls who are trying to find their identity, place, and purpose in the world.To tell this story, EB Mann mines a rich tradition of storytelling by paying homage to classics like Alice in Wonderland where a young protagonist goes to a magical or fantasy land to help explain the real world and the hero s place within it I had the good fortune of reading this book with my own middle schooler and Karina helped us to open up a dialogue and talk, for the first time, ...

  3. Gmr says:

    A much headier tale than I initially imagined, but filled with the positive message of reader heal thyself Karina was hurt by the world, once upon a time, but that hurt, that accident, created a rift in how she approached life The world was no longer her oyster, but an oyster farm, out to get her when she least suspected One day, she stumbles upon the door to her inner voice stay with me and after this initial discovery, she is changed She no longer sees simply the ugliness of the world, A much headier tale than I initially imagined, but filled with the positive message of reader heal thyself Karina was hurt by the world, once upon a time, but that hurt, that accident, created a rift in how she approached life The world was no longer her oyster, but an oyster farm, out to get her when she least suspected One day, she stumbles upon the door to her inner voice stay with me and after this initial discovery, she is changed She no longer sees simply the ugliness of the world, but the hidden battle between our true selves and that which we present to the world Visit after visit, she comes to under...

  4. Wendy says:

    In Karina the plot opens when eighth grader Karina Morgan her face disfigured in a childhood accident, lacking in self confidence and withdrawn especially when faced with bullying and inconsiderate remarks at school discovers a door to a mysterious cave in the woods near her home while chasing her terrier Henry Entranced by the faint glow of light in the darkness she follows it to an icy world where she meets Algernon and a magical singing fish As the story progresses Karina slowly opens up In Karina the plot opens when eighth grader Karina Morgan her face disfigured in a childhood accident, lacking in self confidence and withdrawn especially when faced with bullying and inconsiderate remarks at school discovers a door to a mysterious cave in the woods near her home while chasing her terrier Henry Entranced by the faint glow of light in the darkness she follows it to an icy world where she meets Algernon and a magical singing fish As the story progresses Karina slowly opens up to her mystical guide and begins a healing journey that has her not only empathetic to the deeper emotions of others, reacting differently to friends and family, reaching out to a boy next door but bringing change to the landscape of the cave.In the Karina s search for healing and self discovery E.B Mann blends reincarnation and the power of positive thinking into a story that touches the heart as she...

  5. Cora says:

    This book would probably best be appreciated by young girls between 6th and 8th grade Karina stumbles upon a mystical cave and an elderly being there named Algernon becomes her advisor of sorts Young girls will like the adventure journey aspect of this novel.Karinais termed An Alice for the new age There were some very Alice in Wonderland type influences, but the emphasis would be on new age Clairvoyancy, reincarnation and many other alternative spiritual customs are the main subject m This book would probably best be appreciated by young girls between 6th and 8th grade Karina stumbles upon a mystical cave and an elderly being there named Algernon becomes her advisor of sorts Young girls will like the adventure journey aspect of this novel.Karinais termed An Alice for the new age There were some very Alice in Wonderland type influences, but the emphasis would be on new age Clairvoyancy, reincarnation and many other alternative spiritual customs are the main subject matter My criticisms for this book would be, I would have liked to have seencharacter development, and I would have been drawn inby a different cover This cover brings to mind a sullen, depressed, withdrawn young girl With deeper character development, I may have found that to be the case with Karina, but as it was, I found Karina to be an optimistic, fairly well adjusted girl Not enough focus was given to the bullying she sustained at school I think ...

  6. Finley says:

    I received a free digital copy of this book through a giveaway hosted on GoodReads Karina is a sweet coming of age story, about accepting yourself as well as being aware of those around you The main character, Karina, is busied at school due to a scar above her eyebrow that she received after a fall as a toddler Due to this, Karina goes through life hiding her face and trying to avoid others, fearing that anyone who sees her scar will find her ugly and instantly hate her Then, one afternoon w I received a free digital copy of this book through a giveaway hosted on GoodReads Karina is a sweet coming of age story, about accepting yourself as well as being aware of those around you The main character, Karina, is busied at school due to a scar above her eyebrow that she received after a fall as a toddler Due to this, Karina goes through life hiding her face and trying to avoid others, fearing that anyone who sees her scar will find her ugly and instantly hate her Then, one afternoon while walking her dog in the woods, she discovers a hidden door, inside which lives a strange man named Algernon who helps her to really look past her outward imperfections to see the strong, brave, beautiful girl she can be if she can only allow herself to heal And while going on this emotional journey over subsequent visits to the cave, she also gains powers to see into ot...

  7. Ruth says:

    This is a middle grade novel with a compelling story of beauty is in the eye of the beholder Karina is an eight grade student , smart and trying hard to be a wallflower Her attempts follow from her childhood trauma of an accident leaving her with what she calls the scar It rules her thoughts and guides her actions She is also a rather gifted empathic She encounters the early teen crushes, desire to emulate others, but feels like it will be hopeless Her family is also confused in roles This is a middle grade novel with a compelling story of beauty is in the eye of the beholder Karina is an eight grade student , smart and trying hard to be a wallflower Her attempts follow from her childhood trauma of an accident leaving her with what she calls the scar It rules her thoughts and guides her actions She is also a rather gifted empathic She encounters the early teen crushes, desire to emulate others, but feels like it will be hopeless Her family is also confused in roles and purpose and she feels the pain and anger One evening after a day at school being ridicul...

  8. Pamela Sewell says:

    Goodreads Giveaway win This was a most unusual book Thirteen year old Karina suffered a fall as a two year old that left her face badly scarred This disfigurement makes her the target of derision and bullying by her schoolmates At home she feels invisible and alone amidst the chaos and noise of a household of two bickering brothers and parents wrapped up in their jobs and making ends meet One afternoon while walking the family dog, Karina discovers the door to a mysterious cave concealed in Goodreads Giveaway win This was a most unusual book Thirteen year old Karina suffered a fall as a two year old that left her face badly scarred This disfigurement makes her the target of derision and bullying by her schoolmates At home she feels invisible and alone amidst the chaos and noise of a household of two bickering brothers and parents wrapped up in their jobs and making ends meet One afternoon while walking the family dog, Ka...

  9. Michael W Clinton says:

    Loved it Karina by E.B Mann will definitely lore you in and make you not want to stop reading till the book is over With its well written characters, especially Karina, and well written plot, it will open your eyes and make you think while also teaching you a few things about life The book felt so real and had so much meaning, and a lot to me was true and made sense It will definitely get you thinking, especially about your own life and its meaning and purpose I can t say enough good abo Loved it Karina by E.B Mann will definitely lore you in and make you not want to stop reading till the book is over With its well written characters, especially Karina, and well written plot, it will open your eyes and make you think while also teaching you a few things about life The book felt so real and had so much meaning, and a lot to me was true and made sense It will definitely get you thinking, especially about your own ...

  10. Patrick Hodges says:

    The story Disfigured by a childhood accident, thirteen year old Karina Morgan has it tough Labeled an outcast because of her appearance, she must deal with bullying, rowdy brothers, and parents struggli...

  11. Kelly Knapp says:

    A well written story of adolescent angst, self discovery, and accepting yourself and others Karina is an atypical story of a young girl who needs a different way to look at herself and others She finds it in a secret door.While this is a b...