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Wild Girl A contemporary and irresistible story from Patricia Reilly GiffLidie lives in Jales Brazil where she s free to ride to be a wild girl and to dream of going to live with her father and older brothe

  • Title: Wild Girl
  • Author: Patricia Reilly Giff
  • ISBN: 9780375838903
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A contemporary and irresistible story from Patricia Reilly GiffLidie lives in Jales, Brazil, where she s free to ride, to be a wild girl, and to dream of going to live with her father and older brother, Rafael, in New York City Finally Lidie is 12 time to leave Brazil for New York.Meanwhile, a filly is born and begins her journey to a new home As Lidie s story unfolds, sA contemporary and irresistible story from Patricia Reilly GiffLidie lives in Jales, Brazil, where she s free to ride, to be a wild girl, and to dream of going to live with her father and older brother, Rafael, in New York City Finally Lidie is 12 time to leave Brazil for New York.Meanwhile, a filly is born and begins her journey to a new home As Lidie s story unfolds, so does the filly s.Lidie s father runs a stable at a famous race track, and Rafael is training to be a jockey As much as they want to make Lidie feel welcome, they still think of her as the little girl they left behind They don t even know what a strong rider she is, and that she s determined to befriend and ride the wild filly her father has just bought Wild Girl.

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    About Author

    1. Patricia Reilly Giff says:
      PATRICIA REILLY GIFF is the author of many beloved books for children, including the Kids of the Polk Street School books, the Friends and Amigos books, and the Polka Dot Private Eye books Several of her novels for older readers have been chosen as ALA ALSC Notable Books and ALA YALSA Best Books for Young Adults They include The Gift of the Pirate Queen All the Way Home Water Street Nory Ryan s Song, a Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators Golden Kite Honor Book for Fiction and the Newbery Honor Books Lily s Crossing and Pictures of Hollis Woods Lily s Crossing was also chosen as a Boston Globe Horn Book Honor Book Her most recent books are Number One Kid, Big Whopper, Flying Feet, Eleven, Wild Girl, and Storyteller.

    Comment 112 on “Wild Girl

    1. Christina says:
      A good story about learning to follow your dream Lidie moves to New York from Brazil, to live with her father and brother whom she hasn t seen in several years They still think of her as a little 7 year old girl, who likes Snow White, while she has moved on to be a horse crazy young woman who can ride just like they can and dreams of becoming a jockey Her father is a racehorse trainer and her brother is training to be a jockey, but they won t include her in any of the racetrack business She has [...]

    2. Christina says:
      I was hesitant to get this book I dislike horse racing, and this is a book about the daughter of a racehorse trainer and a racehorse to be She wants to be a jockey Her brother is a jockey It takes place on a racing farm They go to the races Obviously, this book didn t really scream take me But I kept seeing good reviews The book was cheap, and short, and minus the racing bit, the story really did sound interesting So I gave it a shot I m so glad I did The story is short and sweet, and even thoug [...]

    3. Memrock says:
      Lidie is a not so average girl She has lived with Tio Paulo and Titia Lusia in Jales,Brazil When Her mother died her father, the horseman, and brother Rafael moved to NYC without her when she was seven In NYC the horseman could train racehorses Ever since that day Lidie has hoped and dreamed that one day, some day the horseman and Rafael will come get her and take her to their home in New York Finally Lidie is twelve and the day has come for her to pack up and move to the horseman and Rafael s h [...]

    4. Paige Lent says:
      Name Paige LentDate 10 21 16Assignment Book plugBook title Wild Girl Author Patricia Reilly GiffGenre Realistic FictionJust imagine riding a horse Feeling free and wild This is exactly how 12 year old Lidie felt when she went to her father s house The move was difficult for her She moved from Brazil to New York After Lidie s mother did when she was only seven, life has been difficult After finally adjusting to her father s farm, Lidie began to ride his horses Then, both Lidie and her father went [...]

    5. Kiara Lafromboise says:
      This book was interesting This girl named Lidie lives in Jales, Brazil She loves to ride horse all the time But her dad moved to New York City with her brother Raefael Her dad said that he would bring her to New York City until he gets enough money and buys a house which he does and paints her room Snow White and the seven dwurfs But she was living with her aunt and uncle She sad when she has to leave because she gonna miss her horse But when she gets to New York City she get s to pick out her o [...]

    6. Jeannie says:
      Okay, my rating is probably a little harsh, but it drives me nuts when writers choose characters from other countries and seemingly do no research than look up a few foreign words and foods Aside from that complaint, or perhaps as a part of that the main character seems through most of the book to be bratty than wild, and the outcome is too pat But hey, I m not the target audience, and although I haven t anything against horses, stories about them wouldn t necessarily be first choice So, we l [...]

    7. Alexandra says:
      I thought this book was really good It reminds me of me trying to prove myself as not a little girl any to my family It was also funny in some parts This book is about a girl who moves from South America to New York to live with her dad When she gets there her room is pink, she goes to school where no one speaks spanish, and she knows how to ride horses, but her brother and dad don t know that She tries to prove to her brother and dad that she is not little any If you want to see the outcome the [...]

    8. *LadyElk#30!*(KD) says:
      this book is definetly for people a 3rd 6th grade reading level this book show s the life of a girl that moves from brazil who faces the hardships of a new life ina america where you only know youre brother and father, and end up wetting your pant on the first day of sixth grade but the book also tells about a horse and her journwey through life with an erge to run and run until you cant feel your legs moving underneath you.

    9. Ash24 says:
      one of my closest friends gave me this book as a gift and its really good.



    10. Abigail says:
      I have always had this book, but never read it I took it upon myself to start it one day when I was bored Turns out, it s not that a bad book, but a little bit boring Patricia Reilly Giff wrote Wild Girl It is about a girl, Lidie, who likes horses and goes live with her father in America, who runs a stable When a horse arrives for Lidie s father to train, she starts to connect with the horse I found it for of an early teen or preteen book I read it because it s horse themed You wonder, will she [...]

    11. Daniela says:
      This book was good Especially because it was based on a girl who came from and different country That struggled to fit in but still tried Even if she wanted to give up What she really loved helped her in the strange place.I think the story was great It needs a little detail and information It needs to be specific so you know what they are talking about Other then that the book was great I liked this book because i didn t know how to talk english when i started school and this book remind me of [...]

    12. Mia Phlegar says:
      This book was not one of my favorites but it was about a girl living far away from her dad and brother but then goes to visit but they don t know the new her.

    13. Lwikle2 says:
      A very sweet story about a young girl, a broken family and a horse I would recommend to YA readers who may be struggling with fitting in to a new environment.

    14. Christy says:
      A good story about a girl leaving her native country to join her brother and father in America Some of my 4 th graders would love it.

    15. Data says:
      A tween dealing with life, learning to deal with terrors and disappointments.

    16. Chris says:
      I could tell this was an award winning author by reading this book There should have been awards given to Wild Girl than she received I recommend this book to everyone ages 11.


    17. Paula Newbanks says:
      Good story, didn t really finish completely I thought, but it was in my favorite genre, horse stories so I enjoyed it.

    18. Brett says:
      For the second time, acclaimed author Patricia Reilly Giff changes out her usual historical settings for the books she writes for high middle grade readers for a current setting, a story about a girl figuring out who she is how she fits in a place that seems like it could never be home.Lidie hasn t seen her father older brother since they left their home in Brazil to find work in America when she was seven Now twelve, Lidie has spent the intervening years living with her aunt uncle, feeling that [...]

    19. Caroline says:
      From the ages of 10 until about 13 I was obsessed with horses And no, that word is not too strong I had tons of books about horses that I read over and over again, I d read all of The Saddle Club and Thoroughbred something or other, I had posters all over my room, and my favorite day of the week was whatever day my riding lessons were on My obsession was so deep, I was the subject of much ridicule among my older brother and his friends, but he also used to like Korn, so I d say we re even.Today [...]

    20. Rebecca Bruns says:
      How did I pick this book I picked this book because it had a horse on it and i m obsessed with horses, so I read the back and wanted to read it.The setting of this book South Carolina to live with her dad and brother at their farm house.The conflict of this book The conflict in Wild Girl is Liddie doesn t know hardly any english since she came from Brazil Her father told her she got to go to school and she was excited Until her first day and she wet her pants because she didn t know how to ask t [...]

    21. Kathy (Bermudaonion) says:
      After Lidie s mother dies, her father and brother immigrate from their native Brazil to the US, leaving Lidie behind with her aunt and uncle Lidie is happy enough with her aunt and uncle, riding her uncle s horse, but she longs to be reunited with her family.After years of hard work and scrimping and saving, Lidie s father and brother, Rafael, send for her to join them in America Excited, but nervous, Lidie embarks on a new part of her life She has to face attending school in a language she s no [...]

    22. Josiah says:
      Patricia Reilly Giff has a sweet writing style that is all her own, and I love the fact that through the years she has stayed so true to that personal and fulfilling way of writing This book tells the parallel stories of Lidie, a Brazilian girl who is sent to America to join her father and brother in New York, and a spirited South American horse named Wild Girl Lidie s father has come to the new country with the aim of raising horses to compete in racing, and of making Lidie s brother, Rafael, i [...]

    23. Bella P. says:
      GOOD READS SUMMARYTwelve year old Lidie has spent the past several years dreaming what life in America would be like Her father and older brother, Rafael, have lived in America ever since her mother died when Lidie was seven Although they left for New York after the incident, Lidie stayed behind in Brazil with her aunt and uncle, waiting for her father to send for her Now it s time for Lidie herself to head to America She will miss the bright colors and bold tastes of life on her uncle s farm an [...]

    24. Emily says:
      I read the book Wild Girl It was pretty good, it was about a 12 year old girl named Lidie who lived in Jales, Brazil She loves horses, she would ride a horse named Calvaco She was a great rider, it was like she was born to ride, that s what her uncle would tell her Her father and her brother had moved to America to work as trainers to the horses so they could be entered in a race He mother has died when she was only 6 and her brother and father move to America when she was 7 She stayed with her [...]

    25. Michelle Kelley says:
      Lidie is a 12 year old girl living with her Tio Paulo and Titia Luisa in Brazil Her father and older brother Rafael left for America many years ago after her mother died The day has finally come for Lidie to join them in New York where her father works at a racetrack Lidie enjoys her final moments in Brazil racing bareback on her uncle s horse Cavalo and looks forward to the reunion with her father and brother so they can be a family together at last The reunion is a disappointment when Lidie re [...]

    26. Marin Ehrmantraut says:
      I thought Wild Girl was pretty good It is about a girl, Lidie, who lives in Jales, Brazil who loves riding horses freeley, living with her uncle, Tio Paulo, and living like a wild girl Her father and brother live in New York City in America Lidie dreams of going to America to help her dad train and race horses She is finally old enough She gets to america, and it is nothing like she expected No one speaks her language and her father and brother remember her as the little girl they left behind fi [...]

    27. Allie 2 says:
      It was a good book about a young girl who lives with her aunt and uncle because her mom died and her dad and brother moved to America but they couldn t afford to take her At the beginning of the book she is going to get on the plane to go be with her dad and brother She is sad to leave and excited to be with her family When she gets there it s not what she expects Her dad isn t as happy and doesn t laugh as much as he used to and her brother seems sadder too She struggles because she doesn t kno [...]

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