Taking Sides

Taking Sides Nell knows other kids her age whose parents are divorced but they all live with their mothers She wonders what living with Dad will be like even though she s always felt closer to her father But is

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  • Title: Taking Sides
  • Author: Norma Klein
  • ISBN: 9780394928227
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nell knows other kids her age whose parents are divorced, but they all live with their mothers She wonders what living with Dad will be like, even though she s always felt closer to her father But is it right to love one parent than another There are other adjustments Nell has to makeke sharing a room with five year old Hugod having hamburgers and tuna fisNell knows other kids her age whose parents are divorced, but they all live with their mothers She wonders what living with Dad will be like, even though she s always felt closer to her father But is it right to love one parent than another There are other adjustments Nell has to makeke sharing a room with five year old Hugod having hamburgers and tuna fish a lot And what if Dad marries the woman he s been dating Nell can t imagine what it would be like to have helpless Arden for a stepmother.

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    1. Nell is 13, her parents have just gotten divorced from each other for the second time. She and her 5 year old brother Hugo go to live with their dad in NYC rather than with their mother, who -weirdly -lives with her loopy doopy friend, Greta, in Greta's family's house in New Jersey. This book is purely a product of the 1970's The character descriptions, the lackadaisical attitudes towards strange living arrangements, the ways in which adults interacted with their teenaged daughters. An example o [...]

    2. I loved all of Klein's books when I was growing up, but this is one that I don't remember a whole lot about.

    3. I think that taking sides was an exelent novel that was out dated by a long shot. It's name card has names from 1990 and 1991, its crazy! This book is basically about a 13 year old girl that has divorced parents that live in New Jersy and New York and Nell, the girl, is bouncing in between. my opinion is that this book is quite outdated and has strong language but i am fine with that. I also think that this book could use some imoproving.

    4. Another re-read from my youth. I love this. I read it every 8 years or so. I was well into my 20s before I realized that her mother was a lesbian. Yep, real careful reader, there. I was obsessed with the scene where the boy she likes visits her when she is babysitting at the Sherry-Netherland. Oh, the classy, classy Sherry-Netherland. It still rings like a poem in my head.

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