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Summary Because of Winn Dixie

Because of Winn Dixie

Rl and her dog Children who also feel lonely can identify with Opal and realize that there is always hop It s not difficult to see why this beautiful book has won numerous awards After reading a few friends reviews for this book I simply knew I had to read it and I m so glad I did This is a heartwarming tale of a young girl named Opal who lives with her father Growing up without her mother has not been easy for Opal and she s been feeling a sense of loneliness through her childhood But that s all about to change the day she comes across a dog who appears just as lost and lonely as Opal does Opal names the dog Winn Dixie and uickly the pair become inseparable A beautifully written story of friendship love and loss A fabulous children s book to be read and savoured for all ages Highly recommended

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We like this book because It is a Newbery Honor Book and a New York Times best seller Topics such as fri I think this is the year that I have discovered young adult and middle grade fiction as a genre full of uality books Always looking for wholesome books for my kids I saw this book on a few friends feeds and it happened to be at the library the last time I went Because of Winn Dixie is Kate DeCamillo s Newberry Award winning debut novel It features ten year old India Opal Buloni who has just moved from Watley to Naomi Florida with her father the Preacher Lonely for the last seven years since her alcoholic mother ran away Opal shops one day and discovers a lost dog who she aptly named Winn Dixie Opal and Winn Dixie need each other and the preacher allows the dog to stay in their adult trailer park home We meet the cast of characters in Naomi and they all have a sad past From Otis at the pet store to Miss Franny Block at the library to Glori

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Endship loneliness and acceptance are explored in depth It portrays a touching relationship between a gi Opal Buloni goes to the Winn Dixie store and comes home with a big scraggly dog she claimed on impulse Because of this dog now named Winn Dixie she meets her new neighbors in the Florida town she now lives in Nothing bad happens to the dog Let me repeat Nothing bad happens to the dogThis book is carefully balanced with dark and light It could so easily have been one of those syrupy sweet stories with charmingly eccentric townspeople spouting folk wisdom and the dog bringing everyone together at an ice cream social But it s not The town is only a bit twee Opal s mother left her and her minister father Gloria one of the townspeople Opal meets used to be a drunk Still a magical synergy of some kind brings everyone together as friends Nothing bad happens to the dog I love this book

  • Paperback
  • 185
  • Because of Winn Dixie
  • Kate DiCamillo
  • English
  • 19 January 2018
  • 9780439250511

About the Author: Kate DiCamillo

Kate DiCamillo the newly named National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature for 2014–2015 says about stories “When we read together we connect Together we see the world Together we see one another” Born in Philadelphia the author lives in Minneapolis where she faithfully writes two pages a day five days a week Kate DiCamillo's own journey is something of a dream come true After



10 thoughts on “Because of Winn Dixie

  1. says:

    India Opal and her father the preacher have moved from Watley to Naomi Florida Opal had to leave all her friends behind and she’s adapting to living in a new place Her mother has abandoned her and she’s feeling very sad and lonely Her father preaches at a church he opened that was previously a convenience store He w

  2. says:

    I think this is the year that I have discovered young adult and middle grade fiction as a genre full of uality books Always looking for wholesome books for my kids I saw this book on a few friends' feeds and it happened to be at the library the last time I went Because of Winn Dixie is Kate DeCamillo's Newberry Award winning debut novel It

  3. says:

    Because of Winn Dixie is such a beautiful and enchanting book I loved reading this with my daughter I am glad she was a little bit older when we read it I think she was about 8 as it may have been a little heavy for her if she had been much younger Although it I guess it depends on the childYoung Opal has just moved to Flo

  4. says:

    A wonderful dog who brings people together What's not to like

  5. says:

    Opal Buloni goes to the Winn Dixie store and comes home with a big scraggly dog she claimed on impulse Because of this dog n

  6. says:

    A children's book I read for a Challenge and what a treat it was Beautifully written delightful characters a bittersweet story No wonder it won awardsThe Winn Dixie of the title is big sook of a stray dog who co

  7. says:

    Because of Winn Dixie Kate DiCamilloA 10 year old girl named India Opal Bulloni has just moved to a trailer park in the small town of Naomi Florida with her father who is known as The Preacher because he preaches at the local church While in the supermarket Opal sees a scruffy dog wrecking the store Opal decides to take him home Miss Franny Block a librarian shares great stories about her past including one about her great grand

  8. says:

    It's not difficult to see why this beautiful book has won numerous awards After reading a few friends' reviews for this book I simply knew I had to read it and I'm so glad I did This is a heartwarming tale of a young girl named Opal who lives with her father Growing up without her mother has not been easy for Opal and she's been feeling a sense of loneliness through her childhood But that's all about to chan

  9. says:

    “Because of Winn Dixie” is an uplifting novella that made me laugh out loud while enjoying the read Winn Dixie is a supermarket chain located throughout southeastern US India Opal a girl of ten or so goes into one of th

  10. says:

    My friend Lauren read this to her elementary school kids last year one day she read it to them aloud for an hour and a half This is especially remarkable considering the usual behavior of her students which is NOT sitting still listening and engaging in meaningful waysThe story is well told in the ten year old main character's voi

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