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Irst book the story is still extremely enjoyable and allows or productive conversations regarding paternalism deceit and dignity In Racso extremely enjoyable and allows or productive conversations regarding paternalism deceit and dignity In Racso are significantly girlwoman characters than in the original story but they re lazy stereotypes and incessantly mansplained Isabella is compulsively lirtatious and ruled by emotions Bertha is shrewish Elvira is the stoic professional Sally panics Unless There S A Man Present To Be Her Ballast there s a man present to be her ballast Frisby is rightened at everything and can t make a decision by herself Toxic heteronormative romantic conuest is a Dead Giveaway freuent theme and many times Racso decides to be decent to another rat simply because well she is an attractive rat after all Several times throughout the book Racso refers to theilm The Last of the Mohicans as his source Andrew Lost In the Kitchen for learning Indian skills and makes multiple inappropriate comments essentially labeling Indigenous groups exotic relicsThis book contains none of O Brien s timeless storytelling and I can t recommend it Do yourself aavor read Mrs Frisby and just pretend this book doesn t exist Written by Robert C O Brien s daughter this is a beautiful work that s not only Strange Son: Two Mothers, Two Sons, and the Quest to Unlock the Hidden World of Autism faithful to the rich characters O Brien created but adds additional emotional layers and even excitement than theirst Just a genuinely great seuel In some way I like it better than the original It lacks the uniue aspect in a children s book of a widowed mother as the main character but it has rat civilization stuff and I super dig that. Tors' Choices BLChildren's Choices or 1987 IRACBCNotable 1986 Childrens' Trade Books in Social Studies NCSSCBC1986 Children's Books NY Public LibraryBest Science FictionFantasy 1986 VO. ,

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Racso and the Rats of NIMHI m awfully sorry to my sister in law to whom I sent my copy of this book It had to be doneThis might have been a passable book if it weren t passed off as a seuel to Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH Maybe if the author really wanted to write a book about hyperintelligent rodents she could have used Mr O Brien s universe yet let enough years go by that she writes about different rats She should certainly not have used a character who is dead Sorry even if there s no body that rat is deadO Brien s work is subtle This is heavy handed and blunt Also I couldn is subtle This is heavy handed and blunt Also I couldn stand the main character I don t know why Ms Conly elt entitled to use this universe It is possible that Ms Conly Rejected Rejected Rejected felt entitled to use this universe It is possible that is a relative of Mr O Brien but I recall that hisamily Listening: The Last Poems of Margaret Avison finished Zor Zachariah after his death and that transition wherever in the book it is is seamlessThis is something else The only thing that kept this rom being 4 stars
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me is that is written a little too wellI was very glad to learn that the author is the daughter of the man who wrote the original story I haven t read it but I ve always meant to and I m just OCD enough about such things that to have this seuel written by some random stranger would really have irritated me This can definitely be read and enjoyed even without having read the previous story although I think it assumes we have there are spoilers in it or the Buck: A Memoir first book The cast of characters was a bit large to really individualize but Ms Conly did about as well as could. ‘Racso a brash and boastful little rodent is making his way to Thorn Valley determined to learn how to read and write and become a hero His bragging and lies get him off to a bad star. Be expected with thatThis was sweet andun and I would absolut Jane Leslie Conly is the daughter of Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH I would absolut Jane Leslie Conly is the daughter of Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH Robert C O Brien and wrote Racso and the Rats of NIMH and R T Margaret and C O Brien and wrote Racso and the Rats of NIMH and R T Margaret and Rats of NIMH Oh, the Things They Invented!: All About Great Inventors following his death Whatever the professional or personal reasons may beor having turned Mrs Frisby into a series I wish it had been turned Mrs Frisby into a series I wish it had been as a standalone Conly lacks O Brien s narrative skill subtlety and originality The characters we meet in the Yikes, Vikings! (Canadian Flyer Adventures Series first book including Nicodemus Justin and even Mrs Frisby herself think and behave in inconsistent ways and the new characters are obnoxious and do not demonstrate significant growth At one point Nicodemus gets so angry with Racso he grabs and dangles him above the ground until it s apparent Racso has learned his lesson It was in no way Nicodemusrom the Five Days Left first book I don t even know what to make of the manner in which Jeremy the crow is depicted itelt disrespectful and cheap The plot is mediocre at best and involves weak echoes of crises Searching for Robert Johnson from theirst book as well as changing events Blood on Silk from theirst book that should have been left alone It s also obvious partially due to this book s wearying preoccupation with computers that while Racso s story takes place only 3 or so years after the end of Mrs Frisby there was actually a gap of a couple decades between their publicationsMy greatest criticisms of Racso however are the misogyny and casual racism While I was annoyed by the sexism in the T but a crisis gives him the opportunity to prove his mettle A worthy successor to Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH a Newbery Medal winner by the author's ather' 'BL 1986 Children's Edi.
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