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    YA Adventure Hits the MarkEleven year old Josh has a problem he can t read Despite the tutors, letters won t come together It was like wading through the mud in his rubber boots at low tide And his parents have split He s on Vancouver Island with his boat building dad, and his mother s in Toronto with his older brother Matt While he s adjusted to living on a schooner on the Canadian west coast, he d rather be sailing In a breeze like that, Nomad would be flying He could almost taste t YA Adventure Hits the MarkEleven year old Josh has a problem he can t read Despite the tutors, letters won t come together It was like wading through the mud in his rubber boots at low tide And his parents have split He s on Vancouver Island with his boat building dad, and his mother s in Toronto with his older brother Matt While he s adjusted to living on a schooner on the Canadian west coast, he d rather be sailing In a breeze like that, Nomad would be flying He could almost taste the salt spray misting across the bow Then he sees his chance to earn respect from his mockers, especially one girl at the marina A sailing contest for a crew of two is upcoming The girl issues him a challenge, and he s confident until he learns that Matt has to stay at home and go to summer school T...


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    I read this book with my twins who are 10 and we all thoroughly enjoyed the powerful story Jenny Watson is gifted at creating characters that are intriguing and who you can t help cheer for Both of my ...


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    While Prove It Josh would be an inspiration to any child who, like dyslexic Josh, is struggling to overcome a physical or social obstacle, it is also an exciting story of a sailing race, new friendships and the good feelings generated by doing the right thingThe author keeps the plot moving from the very beginning with intriguing hooks at the end of every chapter and by continuously raising the stakes for Josh and his new friend, Dakota Josh has just moved to the west coast to live on a boat wi While Prove It Josh would be an inspiration to any child who, like dyslexic Josh, is struggling to overcome a physical or social obstacle, it is also an exciting story of a sailing race, new friendships and the good feeling...


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    I really enjoyed this story The characters are interesting, the story is suspenseful, and the ending is unexpected but satisfying I definitely recommend it for any age, though children 9 12 may find it particularly engaging.


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    Josh is a determined kid He s determined to win the bet, to win the race, and to win over his inability to read Butimportantly, Josh is determined to do the right thing.Just in from Toronto, Josh is the new and weird kid on the block, and the cool kids in the class make it clear he is going to have to earn their acceptance, the hard way It feels like everything conspires to go wrong after Josh is goaded into making a bet on winning the Senanus Island Small ...


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    Prove It, Josh is a book that will resonate with any reader who has ever been the new kid Not only is Josh adjusting to a new school and life with his dad, he is also struggling with dyslexia The author, Jenny Watson, has handled the subject with a gentle touch that leaves the reader cheering Josh on, but not feeling sorry for him in any...


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    Prove It, Josh is an accessible read for a struggling reader like Josh not too long, fewer words per page, and short chapters Jenny Watson has a gift for crafting realistic, believable characters She also has a knack for using just the right a...


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    A book which graphically demonstrates the humiliation of negative peer judgement, the value of adult mentorship and true peer friendships, and the value of choosing the morally correct action over the drive to win at all costs ...


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    This is a really interesting book I just started at a new school, and I am having trouble adapting to a new environment and friends I would be very delighted to get a copy of this book so I can read about...


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    Disclaimer I know the author in real life.But that doesn t stop me from highly recommending Prove It, Josh It pulls you along at a good pace Jenny nails the age group and has a straightforward writing style that makes her struggling protagonist feel very real The wor...


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Prove It, Josh Josh Put His Finger On The Word And Tried To Sound It Out D D D D By The Time He Got To The Bottom Of The Page, A Headachehad Started To Pound Behind His Left Ear He Snappedthe Book Shut And Shoved It Across The Table I Hate Reading Eleven Year Old Josh S Summer Is Getting Off To A Bad Start It S The First Week Of Vacation, But Instead Of Being Out On The Water In His Nifty Sailing Dinghy, He S Stuck In The Library With The Latest In A Long String Of Tutors Josh Is Dyslexic And Since He Moved Out West To Live With Dad, A Whole New Crop Of Kids Have Been Teasing Him About His Problems Writing And Reading.At Least Josh Loves Living At The Marina On Dad S Cruising Yacht He S Counting The Days Until His Brother, Matt, Still Back In Toronto With Their Mom, Comes Out To Join Josh And His Dad For A Sailing Trip.When A Mean Classmate, Brittany, Bets Josh He Can T Beat Her In An Upcoming Boat Race, Josh Isn T Too Worried With Matt As His Racing Partner, He Ll Stand A Good Chance But When The News Comes That Matt Has To Enroll In Summer School Instead, Josh S Anxiety Goes Into Overdrive If He Loses The Race To Brittany, He Ll Have To Volunteer As A Reader At The Library His Worst Nightmare It S Time For Josh To Prove What He S Made Of, And Readers Will Cheer Him On As Help Comes From Unexpected Quarters.Combining Sailing Lore, Page Turning Adventure And Gentle Humour, First Time Novelist Jenny Watson Has Crafted An Engaging, Encouraging Tale Josh S Story Comes Full Of Inspiration, Not Just For The Learning Disabled, But For Anyone Who Has To Overcome Adversity.