|Statement||by Andre Norton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
My son at age 2 wanted to understand the phases of the moon - took me like a month to find an age appropriate book on the subject that made sense to him. At age 3, he now wants to understand about rockets and the stars. I cannot find the right book on the stars for his age bracket. This was the best I could find, yet its not really what I wanted/5(14). The Stars Are Ours This is the first novel in the Astra duology. Mankind had reached the Moon, Mars and Venus, but found little to justify terra-forming, so interplanetary flight was used only for scientific research/5(23). The Stars are Ours! Was the very first book I purchased with my Babysitting money waaaaay back in the sixth grade. If you read only one Andre Norton Book this is the if you are like me you'll get hooked on anything that Ms. Norton has or will write!5/5(5). Movie Differences In the book, Hazel notices Gus when she finds a seat at support group. In the film, she chooses to take the stairs and collides with Gus in the hallway., In the book, Gus invites Hazel over to see V for Vendetta. In the film, there is no mention of what film he wants to see with her., In the book, Gus and Issac are fans of a band called Hectic Glow, which Gus introduces Hazel.
I would like to award this book with four stars out of five. The topic chosen by the author is a critical topic that can only be dealt with care and compassion. The story is about Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters, both victims of different kinds of cancers. The main story starts off when Hazel Grace finds a blue-eyed boy staring her throughout a Cancer Support group in the literal heart of Jesus.4/5(5). Parents need to know that The Fault in Our Stars is a story about teens fighting cancer, and sensitive readers might be uncomfortable with the subject matter and sometimes graphic descriptions of what it's like to die. Hazel has some near-death experiences and also copes with Gus as he vomits uncontrollably, etc. Characters lose eyes, legs, control of their personalities, and more.5/5. But with The Fault in Our Stars, we have the opportunity to bring a new discussion to the table: rabid fandom, and how to appease it. Sure, there are diehard fans behind just about every piece of literature, but none so fervent as those devoted to John Green's coming-of-age tale about two "star-crossed cancer kids" (at least among the novels. Directed by Josh Boone. With Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff, Laura Dern. Two teenage cancer patients begin a life-affirming journey to visit a reclusive author in Amsterdam/10(K).
The Fault in Our Stars Book vs Movie Add A Difference. Add/Edit a Difference. This Spoils the Ending In the Book: In the Movie. Movie tie-in: Producers often use a book as a springboard for a movie idea or to earn a specific rating. Because of this, a movie may differ from the novel. To better understand how this book and the movie differ, compare the book review with Plugged In’s movie review for The Fault in Our Stars. The Fault in Our Stars is a love story, one of the most genuine and moving ones in recent American fiction, but it’s also an existential tragedy of tremendous intelligence and courage and sadness.” —Lev Grossman, TIME Magazine “This is a book that breaks your heart—not by wearing it down, but by making it bigger until it bursts.”. Hazel’s transcendent journey throughout the novel is truly multifaceted. Physically speaking, we witness Hazel grow weaker. This change is apparent in the fact that she uses the stairs at Support Group at the beginning of the novel and opts for the elevator near the novels end, as her physical condition deteriorates. The more nuanced aspect.