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A 2011 Schneider Family Book Award Winner

[star] “A solid stand-alone novel that will leave an emotional, uplifting imprint on readers.”–School Library Journal, starred review

“Will win over hearts.”–Voice of Youth Advocates
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An amazing sequel to the groundbreaking debut, DRUMS, GIRLS & DANGEROUS PIE.

Jeffrey isn't a little boy with cancer anymore. He's a teen who's in remission, but life still feels fragile. The aftereffects of treatment have left Jeffrey with an inability to be a great student or to walk without limping. His parents still worry about him. His older brother, Steven, lost it and took off to Africa to be in a drumming circle and "find himself." Jeffrey has a little soul searching to do, too, which begins with his escalating anger at Steven, an old friend who is keeping something secret, and a girl who is way out of his league but who thinks he's cute.
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  • CD: 4 pages
  • Editeur : Brilliance Audio; Édition : Unabridged (20 janvier 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1611061342
  • ISBN-13: 978-1611061345
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,5 x 1,6 x 14 cm
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AFTER EVER AFTER by Jordan Sonnenblick is the sequel to DRUMS, GIRLS, & DANGEROUS PIE. It is eight years later and life is continuing for the Alper family.

Jeffrey is ironically starting the eighth grade. That's the grade his older brother, Steven, was in when Jeffrey was diagnosed with leukemia. Jeffrey is now in remission from the disease, but he suffers from some side effects from the chemo treatment that saved his life. He walks with a limp, his attention wanders easily, and his brain just refuses to process anything related to math.

Not a big deal, you say. Well, if your father is an accountant and the mailman has just delivered a letter saying that every eighth grader in the state must pass a set of required tests, including a math test, or repeat the eighth grade, let's just say things have looked rosier.

A lot of other things have changed for Jeffrey, as well. His brother graduated from high school and went off to college. Again, not a big deal, but then Steven decided after three years of college that he would drop everything and head to Africa to become part of a drum circle. That left Jeffrey on his own to deal with his last year of middle school.

Fortunately, back in fourth grade, Jeffrey found his best friend, Tad. Tad was also a cancer survivor. In fact, Tad had survived the disease twice. It left him weak enough to need a wheelchair, but it certainly strengthened his wit and wisdom when it came to dealing with daily life.

When Tad learns about the state testing requirement, he steps up to help Jeffrey by becoming his official math tutor. The two make a deal that Jeffrey will study hard to pass the test, and Tad will train hard so he is able to walk across the eighth grade graduation stage under his own power.
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Courtesy of Teens Read Too 4 février 2010
Par TeensReadToo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
AFTER EVER AFTER by Jordan Sonnenblick is the sequel to DRUMS, GIRLS, & DANGEROUS PIE. It is eight years later and life is continuing for the Alper family.

Jeffrey is ironically starting the eighth grade. That's the grade his older brother, Steven, was in when Jeffrey was diagnosed with leukemia. Jeffrey is now in remission from the disease, but he suffers from some side effects from the chemo treatment that saved his life. He walks with a limp, his attention wanders easily, and his brain just refuses to process anything related to math.

Not a big deal, you say. Well, if your father is an accountant and the mailman has just delivered a letter saying that every eighth grader in the state must pass a set of required tests, including a math test, or repeat the eighth grade, let's just say things have looked rosier.

A lot of other things have changed for Jeffrey, as well. His brother graduated from high school and went off to college. Again, not a big deal, but then Steven decided after three years of college that he would drop everything and head to Africa to become part of a drum circle. That left Jeffrey on his own to deal with his last year of middle school.

Fortunately, back in fourth grade, Jeffrey found his best friend, Tad. Tad was also a cancer survivor. In fact, Tad had survived the disease twice. It left him weak enough to need a wheelchair, but it certainly strengthened his wit and wisdom when it came to dealing with daily life.

When Tad learns about the state testing requirement, he steps up to help Jeffrey by becoming his official math tutor. The two make a deal that Jeffrey will study hard to pass the test, and Tad will train hard so he is able to walk across the eighth grade graduation stage under his own power.

Jordan Sonnenblick continues Jeffrey's story in his signature style using an authentic teenage voice and laugh-out-loud humor. By asking his main character to adjust to a learning disability and a physical handicap, as well as changes in his family structure, Sonnenblick creates a new depth to the sequel. The determination he showed as a young boy dealing with cancer helps him with the struggle to be successful at school and also at any new challenges thrown his way.

This is a sequel I was not expecting, but I was thrilled when it came to my attention.

Reviewed by: Sally Kruger, aka "Readingjunky"
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What Happens Next 29 mars 2010
Par Little Willow - Publié sur Amazon.com
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At the age of five, Jeffrey was diagnosed with leukemia - lymphocytic lymphoma, to be specific. He was a lucky little boy: His parents and 13-year-old brother, Steven, were there for him every step of the way, and the community rallied around him. He was a lucky little boy: He survived.

Years later, Jeffrey's in remission, but reminded of his illness every day, thanks to the limp and other irrevocable marks left on his body and his mind by the cancer. Radiation and chemotherapy left him "a little scrambled up," making him "spacey" on occasion. Now in eighth grade, he instantly bonds with a new classmate, a girl who just moved to New Jersey from California. The second Jeffrey meets Lindsey, he knows she's his dream girl. Dealing with middle school (and trying to impress female classmates) is hard enough without having physical impairments, but Jeffrey has an unsinkable spirit. His best friend, Tad, also a cancer survivor, is less upbeat about his condition. The two boys have leaned on each other both in and outside of school since the fourth grade. Now, their last year in middle school will test their strength - physical strength, mental strength, and strength of character - over and over again.

After Ever After will make readers laugh and cry and feel. It will be a delight to fans of Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie, the book that introduced us to the Alper family, a book that I read, loved, and hand-sold like crazy the year of its release, and have continued to recommend ever since. After Ever After is a solid stand-alone story, so those who came upon After without having read Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie won't be lost, but they would be wise to read the equally-fabulous Drums to see how the story began. Instead of picking up the story right where Pie left off, Sonnenblick opted to fast-forward After Ever After to Jeffrey's eighth grade year and make him the first-person narrator instead of Steven, who was the protagonist of the previous story. Readers catch up with Jeffrey quickly, learning not only of his medical history and current health status but also of his elementary and middle school experiences. Likewise, we are informed of Steven's whereabouts - something I won't give away here, something that was another bold choice on Sonnenblick's part which ensured that this story was now solidly Jeffrey's - and what a great story it is.

"I can't walk too well, but when I'm on my bike, I can fly."

Go, Jeffrey, go.
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Amazing 10 août 2013
Par Hailey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This was a really good book. It had many lessons like, don't give up, try your hardest, be supportive, and stand up for you and others you care about. It's shows that there could be miracles or unsuspecting things in life. Anything can happen at any time. I would recommend this for people who have or is going through hard times. Also for people who know someone or did know someone that is going through cancer.
Comedy, Inspiration, and Amusing Cheesiness Merged Into One Phenomenal Novel 30 mars 2015
Par John - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Jordan Sonnenblick's After Ever After is based upon the memorable eighth grade year of cancer survivor Jeffrey Alper, and his life after enduring leukemia. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, and highly recommend it to those who share an interest for humorous, inspiring, and cheesy-love literature. Alper's sarcastic tone captivated my attention as he led readers through his personal fight to overcome cancer and its affect on him four years later. I personally find books pertaining to cancer quite depressing, yet After Ever After mostly discusses Alper's current position as a fourteen-year old boy and his middle school experience. Occasionally, he would intertwine flashbacks of how chemotherapy, treatments, and generally having leukemia affected his life in the present, but did not include too much information to distract readers' attention from the story's main plot.
One main reason why I found enjoyment in reading After Ever After was due to its relatability. Being around the same age as Jeffrey Alper, I could better understand the topics and ideals he described because of his language and phrasings. Because of this, I would only suggest this book to younger readers around the ages of 12-15. Also, all the events were described in full detail, making the it easy to follow. I scarcely ran into the problem of misinterpretation, feeling lost in the story's occurrences, or having to reread sections multiple times. On a side note, this novel is written in the first person point of view in the perspective of Jeffrey Alper. A common issue I discover with first person narratives are that they can often lose readers' attention with unnecessary or boring information about their personal life. However, After Ever After was nothing but the complete opposite, and I can relate it to be somewhat similar to a journal - containing only the most significant, influential, and captivating moments. There was never a point where I was tempted to put down the book, as every chapter provided entertainment and grabbed my attention.
After Ever After Book Review (Warning: Ending is Revealed) 17 mars 2015
Par Karthik Kanagarajan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
After Ever After, by Jordan Sonnenblick, is an interesting and an excellent book that promotes you to think about your life in a different way. I would give this book five stars out of five stars if I had to rate it, mainly because it made me laugh, and it taught me an important life-lesson: to be grateful about my life.
After Ever After is about two eighth-grade friends named Jeffrey and Tad who were both
diagnosed with cancer when they were young. Jeffrey sees a girl named Lindsey who is immediately appealing to him. They both talk a lot, and she eventually becomes his girlfriend. The problem is that Tad embarrasses Jeffrey in front of Lindsey several times in the novel. Tad's dream is to learn how to walk (since he struggles to walk after he is diagnosed with cancer) across the stage at the eighth-grade graduation. Another major problem that Jeffrey faces is that he is bad at math. He has to take a standardized exam at the end of the year to move on to high school. He keeps failing the math section, which puts him at a high risk of repeating eighth-grade. Since his dad is an accountant and loves math, he tries to coach Jeffrey but always yells at him when Jeffrey does not understand a problem. Jeffrey cannot tolerate this, so he gets Tad to coach him. He teaches Tad how to walk by using the treadmill. In the end, Jeffrey passes the standardized exam, but Tad dies because of liver failure when his cancer is treated, so he never accomplishes his dream. The lesson that After Ever After taught me was to be grateful about my life because there are many people who are not as fortunate as I am.
Again, I enjoyed After Ever After because of the moral of the story: to be thankful for your life. Still, I found the book sad because Tad dies, so he never gets the chance to accomplish his dream. I do not think that anything in the book really needs to be improved because everything is clear, which makes it a page-turner. I would recommend After Ever After to both teenage boys and girls because there is some mature material in the book. This book reminds me of Freak the Mighty because in the end of that book, the protagonist's best friend dies, which makes the main character devastated for a while. All in all, After Ever After, by Jordan Sonnenblick, is definitely a book that makes you stop and think about how lucky you are, and it also makes you think about your life in a unique way.
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