Room Book Review

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Perilous situations like not being able to escape a fire and being attacked by a wild boar. Mishka encounters death several times, and dead bodies are described briefly.Children under 14 living on the streets frequently drink vodka, smoke cigarettes, and trade with both.Some kids are seen breathing in and out of paper bags and their interest in glue is mentioned.

Perilous situations like not being able to escape a fire and being attacked by a wild boar. Mishka encounters death several times, and dead bodies are described briefly.Children under 14 living on the streets frequently drink vodka, smoke cigarettes, and trade with both.Some kids are seen breathing in and out of paper bags and their interest in glue is mentioned.

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“In Room I was safe and Outside is the scary,” Jack thinks, unnerved by new things like showers, grass and window shades.

He clings to the familiar objects rescued from Room (their abuser has been found), while Ma flinches at these physical reminders of her captivity.

Russian folklore such as the firebird, Baba Yaga, and some fairy tales are mentioned briefly.

The author's note explains the background of homeless children in post-communist Russia and about the real Ivan who inspired the story.

This is a heartwarming yet bittersweet survival story.

" /Russian vocabulary such as "sapsibo," "pozhalsta," and more.

What it's like to survive on the streets, especially without resorting to crime. Those who aren't turn on each other, become addicted to drugs, and resort to crime to survive and cope. Survival depends on working together and taking care of one another.

Mishka, 5 years old at the beginning, wants to be a good boy.

He's an admirable kid who refuses to steal and always shares what he has.

, 2008, etc.) relates a searing tale of survival and recovery, in the voice of a five-year-old boy. His Ma gave birth to him on Rug; the stains are still there.

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