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The boy with 17 senses

Sheila Grau

The boy with 17 senses

by Sheila Grau

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Giants,
  • Magic,
  • Senses and sensation,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Fiction,
  • Science fiction,
  • Fairy tales,
  • Synesthesia

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBoy with seventeen senses
    Statementby Sheila Grau ; illustrations by Adam Rex
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ8.G7477 Bo 2016
    The Physical Object
    Pagination250 pages
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27224741M
    ISBN 101419721194
    ISBN 109781419721199
    LC Control Number2015051081
    OCLC/WorldCa938991134

    The first chapter of this book identifies and discusses SEVENTEEN SENSES, and also has a competent bibliography updating the one found in the Schiffman book. Both of these books, as well as others, were almost completely ignored, and the conviction that we possess only five physical senses continues to hold sway today.   Haley Joel Osment was the little boy with the surprising gift in Sixth Sense. The movie was out in and he's grown up a lot since then, as these pics prove. Jump directly to the content.

    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Chapter 10 1. Describe Bruno’s walk along the fence. 2. Why does he almost turn back? 3. Describe the boy Bruno meets. 4. What are Bruno’s first impressions of the boy? 5. What is unusual about Shmuel’s birthday? 6. Does Shmuel have many friends? 7. What does Bruno say about Germany and how does he feel once. Parents need to know that The Boy is a "creepy doll" horror film. It's not entirely original, but it is well-made, and it could catch on with teen horror-hounds. While not overly gory, characters do die (both by stabbing and via suicide), words are written in blood on a wall, and there are scary sounds and jump-scares, characters fighting and being slammed around, and dead rats.

    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas relates to history through its poignant tale of a Nazi officer's son who befriends a boy in the Auschwitz concentration camp. The movie is based on a book written by. The protagonist and narrator, at the start of the novel Bruno is a nine-year-old boy living in Berlin during World War II. His Father, a Nazi officer, then moves the family to Auschwitz, Bruno is young and cannot pronounce certain words, throughout the novel Hitler is referred to as “ the Fury ” (the Führer) and Auschwitz is referred to as “ Out-With.”.


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The Boy with 17 Senses. Every resident of the planet Yipsmix has synesthesia—they don’t just hear sounds; they see and taste them, too.

On this unusual planet, poor Jaq Rollop must save his family’s farm. To do so, Jaq is forced to sell his beloved pet and only friend. Twelve-year-old Jaq is willing to do anything to save his family’s home; he’ll even travel to another world.

Everyone on the planet Yipsmix has synesthesia. They can see sounds, taste words, and feel colors. In fact, Jaq, pale-skinned with a shock of brown hair, has 17 different senses. The Boy With 17 Senses is a book about another planet in our universe (the planet of Yipsmix).

The people there do not only hear sounds, they see and taste them. The boy’s family is poor because of another rich family that stole their farm. So he finds The boy with 17 senses book wormhole to Earth, where there is a priceless substance called glug (which is actually gum).

Sheila Grau is the author of the Dr. Critchlore’s School for Minions series and The Boy with 17 Senses. She lives in California with her husband and four children. Praise For Boy with 17 Senses "Cleverly told, this original take on a classic tale uses an unconventional setting to.

About the Author Sheila Grau is the author of the Dr. Critchlore’s School for Minions series and The Boy with 17 Senses.

She lives in California with her husband and four children. A retelling of "Jack and the Beanstalk" on the unusual planet Yipsmix, where every resident has synesthesia, including Jaq, who travels through a wormhole to Earth, where he must rescue a fellow Yipsmixer with the help of a kind Earthling resident of the planet Yipsmix has synesthesia--they don't just hear sounds; they see and taste them, too.

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Bruno, the main character of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, is a nine-year-old boy who is the son of a German Commandant (Father) during World War has been rising in the ranks of the Nazi army, and Bruno has lived a sheltered life in Berlin with his Mother, sister Gretel, maid Maria, and butler story, which is a fictional “fable” of the Holocaust, features Bruno as the.

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