The Giver, Graphic Novel



The Giver, Graphic Novel Now in graphic novel format, Lois Lowry s Newbery Medal winning classic story of a young boy discovering the dark secrets behind his seemingly ideal world is accompanied by renowned artist P.Craig Russell s beautifully haunting illustrations. Free Read [ The Giver, Graphic Novel ] By [ P. Craig Russell ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • The Giver, Graphic Novel
  • P. Craig Russell
  • 21 July 2017
  • 0544157885

10 thoughts on “The Giver, Graphic Novel

  1. JenacideByBibliophile says:

    Disclaimer This book was sent to me by the publisher, via Edelweiss , for an honest review Opinion I can picture it so clearly as if it were yesterday.I was sitting in class, a wee youngster at the time A black book with an old man on the cover was dropped on my rickety desk assigned reading for the semester Audible groans and grumblings of this looks boring and dude, come on Something from this century, PLEASE were heard throughout the room The story of a young boy was given to us w Disclaimer This book was sent to me by the publisher, via Edelweiss , for an honest review Opinion I can picture it so clearly as if it were yesterday.I was sitting in class, a wee youngster at the time A black book with an old man on the cover was dropped on my rickety desk assigned reading for the semester Audible groans and grumblings of this looks boring and dude, come on Something from this century, PLEASE were heard throughout the room The story of a young boy was given to us with a cover so wise beyond our years, with words so eloquently written, that it almost felt too much for our wandering minds to grasp A book we appreciated and grew to love, but one that still left a dryness across our eyes If ONLY we had been given this beautiful version You all know ...

  2. TJ says:

    What an incredibly faithful adaption of The Giver The art was beautiful and creative Kids in elementary, middle, and high school will be celebrating this faster read version of the novel they re forced to read in...

  3. Flavia says:

    I remember my first experience with The Giver I was in grade 7 and I had just moved from Austria to Canada, and we were expected to read The Giver for class Since it was the middle of term, the rest of the class was already almost done the book, so I felt really overwhelmed English didn t come easy to me yet, and I was so behind on the book that I didn t understand anything that was going on When...

  4. Alicia says:

    Wow, I taught The Giver and loved The Giver reading it before I had to teach it but has it been too long that I need to go back and re read it I wonder because I did not like this adaptation in graphic novel format And I m sooo, sooo sad about it.The illustration choices do the story justice, so I won t take that away from the adaptation, but it the mood felt voyeuristic...

  5. Amanda Carr says:

    I m always a little nervous when a book or story I loved is turned into a graphic novel, but I was NOT disappointed by this book Russell s illustrations are the perfect pairing for Lowry s text If you loved, The Giver, and it s been a while, I highly recommend revisiting it with this graphic novel.

  6. Stefanie Kellum says:

    Excellent adaptation of one of my all time favorite children s classics 50 million times better than the movie.

  7. Amanda Shepard (Between-the-Shelves) says:

    Read my full review at between the shelves.com The young adult classic, The Giver, has been adapted into a graphic novel format When Jonas is selected to be the next Receiver, he doesn t think much of it at first After all, it s just his placement Who is he to argue with the committee But they ve been hiding a lot from the community, and it s up to Jonas to change that.I received an advanced copy of this book for review from Edelweiss and HMH Young Readers for review As an avid reader of dy Read my full review at between the shelves.com The young adult classic, The Giver, has been adapted into a graphic novel format When Jonas is selected to be the next Receiver, he doesn t think much of it at first After all, it s just his placement Who is he to argue with the committee But they ve been hiding a lot from the community, and it s up to Jonas to change that.I received an advanced copy of this book for...

  8. Ami says:

    As so many others, the first time I read The Giver, it was in middle school as required reading material Since then, I blanked out most of it When I picked up the graphic novel, I knew the story was about a dystopian world that included population control and I distinctly remembered a scene where view spoiler there was a pair of twins born and one was killed to maintain their balance hide spoiler That was all I remembered.So I was really curious to see how true to the story this adaptati As so many others, the first time I read The Giver, it was in middle school as required reading material Since then, I blanked out most of it When I picked up the graphic novel, I knew the story was about a dystopian world that included population control and I distinctly remembered a scene where view spoiler there was a pair of twins born and one was killed to maintain their balance hide spoiler That was all I remembered.So I was really curious to see how true to the story this adaptation was But I found that the author didn t gloss over graphic moments to censor kids from what actually happens and I loved that The illustrations were beautiful This world is supposed to be in black and white and for an audience today, that s hard to do and hold someone s attention Luckily, the illustrations have some gray blue tones to them, so it wasn t just stark black and white, and then they slowly buil...

  9. Rana says:

    I first read The Giver 9 years ago with my 5th grade class I hadn t been terribly interested in the book prior, but I also hadn t taken the time to understand what it would be about Though there are some difficult scenes, it is a powerful dystopian novel before dystopians became popular Ultimately, I was glad to have read it with my students so we could share our thoughts and feelings as we read.The graphic novel retelling elicits the same emotions which come with the first one, but the descr I first read The Giver 9 years ago with my 5th grade class I hadn t been terribly interested in the book prior, but I also hadn t taken the time to understand what it would be about Though there are some difficult scenes, it is a powerful dystopian novel before dystopians became popular Ultimately, I was glad to have read it with my students so we could share our thoughts and feelings as we read.The graphic novel retelling elicits the same emotions which come with the first one, but ...

  10. stop_tolkien_and_read says:

    I think the appeal of The Giver for me has always been its reliance on the abstract, so I was apprehensive precision of words about reading a graphic novel adaptation That being said, this novel was extremely true to the original story and visually presented the abstract ideas, like the transfer of memories and Jonas s arrival in Elsewhere, well The reason I didn t give this a full five stars was because I do feel like the story lost some of its magic due to the concrete representation of ab I think the appeal of The Giver for me has always been its reliance on the abstract, so I was apprehensive precision of words about reading a graphic novel adaptation That being said, this novel was extremely true to the original story and visually presented the abstract ideas, like the transfer of memories and Jonas s arrival in Elsewhere, well The reason I didn t give this a full five stars was because I do feel ...

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