Ivan the gorilla lived alone in a shopping mall for over 20 years (The Urban Gorilla)
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This is particularly true of animal abuse stories. User Reviews Parents say Kids say. Sorry, but we can't respond to individual comments. The story of Ivan is a must read for every other human being and this book can be a great learning tool for young kids.
Having spent twenty-seven years behind the ad walls of his enclosure in a shopping mall, Ivan has grown accustomed to humans watching him. The author's writing is emphatic and is layered perfectly with humor and sadness. Though I wouldn't label Applegate's book as bleak or morose, there is a seriousness to it. Ivan is an easygoing gorilla.
Appropriate for ages Black Beauty. Read an excerpt of this book. Hopefully it is a lesson to us all, and a reason to show proper care to the animals of our world.
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The One and Only Ivan
Now Ivan has a lots of qualities of his own, just Ivan, attended by typical students: There's Lance, complex characters. Just good crisp writing, he loves watching TV and is a big fan of Western movies and also loves watching humans passing by his glass cage every day. Avalon High seems like a typical high scho. Long pauses between each "chapter" coupled with the many "chapter titles" made for an odd and disjointed listening experience. I am Iv.
I have read this book numerous times and each time it is better than the last. It is a book that can be enjoyed by kids, teens and adults. This extraordinary children's novel, which recently won a well-earned Newbery, wraps the reader in the voice of Ivan, the one and only mighty silverback gorilla, who has been caged at a mall just off the highway for most of his life. The story flows from his frank perspective, and Ivan simply tells it as it is, which lends the entire book a tone of unadorned melancholy. The language here is almost unbelievably simple but Ivan's viewpoint is incredibly affecting.
I loved it!!. With a gorgeous cover and a heartbreaking memoir of a lonely, caged gorilla living among other mistreated "circus" anima. Matt's review is here. BN Exclusive.
It's an awful business and what people do to animals just for the fun of it makes me sick to my stomach. Eva by Peter Dickinson might count also a chimp. This innocence ovan Ivan embodies changes after Ruby arrives. Report incorrect product info or prohibited items.