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Her prolific output includes books for all ages, from very young children to adults, but she is most well-known for her novels aimed at the year age range. In The Stone MenagerieAlly struggles with a domineering mother and an ineffectual father.
As he tells Chloe, his mentally-ill aunt with whom he feels a particular empathy: Refuse to budge, like you. But tell them why. The novels also become more humorous from this point onwards.
Convinced that this is an act of pure selfishness, the children embark on a campaign of manipulative tactics to persuade their parents to change their minds. However, the behaviour of Ivan, the eldest child, in particular, is so extreme that the narrative tone shifts to sympathising with the parents or, at least, suggesting that the situation is far from clear-cut.
Ivan collapses with exhaustion and all four find that their rather self-righteous compassion for Granny is challenged by the daily grind. Finally, a compromise is agreed in which parents and children will share responsibility, before Granny rather conveniently dies.
However, Fine does not do this with pessimism; rather, she suggests the importance of simply accepting the chaotic nature of family life and the fallible nature of individuals both adults and children.
Adult characters must learn to understand and accommodate their children, but the child is also expected to make an effort.
Even more poignantly, Simon in Flour Babies gradually comes to terms with the father who abandoned him. His school project - caring for a sack of flour as if it were a real baby - enables him to understand the stresses of parenthood, and he realises that his father simply could not cope.
Thus, Fine invites us to come to terms with the imperfections in ourselves and others. The Tulip Touch was inspired by the story of James Bulger, who was murdered by two year old boys in Her novels show great empathy with children, but also suggest that a successful or even reasonable family life depends upon effort and compromise from both adults and children.
Fine has also written a collection of short-stories, Very Different: She also compiled three collections of well-known poetry, A Shame to Miss, volumes 1, 2 and 3each aimed at a different age-group, with the intention of making poetry enjoyable to young people.
She continues to produce a regular output of novels, and has now published more than 50 books in total.Awards and Honours Major awards. Anne Fine was the second Children's Laureate ().
She received an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. In the same year, she was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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Precocious doesn’t really describe him he’s different, yes, but not in that nerdy way that gets kids bullied. This page contains reviews on horror fiction that involve zombies.
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The category finalists and the grand prize short list are further noted. Use the links . The Project Gutenberg EBook of Anne of Green Gables, by Lucy Maud Montgomery This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.