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The Giver

The Giver Quartet, Book 1
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The book “The Giver” is a really interesting book I believe everyone should read. It’s about this boy named Jonas how lives in a place where a lot of older people lived throughout the novel he start remembering all these memories from the…
Jonas lives in a community that revolves around the concept of "sameness". From a lack of opportunity to form his own opinions, Jonas has come to believe that this is the ideal way of life. When he is assigned the role of receiver at the…
Jonas struggles against the Sameness that everyone in his community adheres to.
This book is about a young boy named Jonas who lives in a society strictly controlled by the elders. Every one follows rules and nobody knows about their past. Eventually, kids will be given jobs were they will stick with for their whole…
This novel takes place in a futuristic dystopian society that is characterized by Sameness. Although hunger and conflict are inexistent, so are emotions and freedom. When Jonas becomes the Receiver of Memory, the Giver (the previous…
This book has a sad ending because he dies no matter what. How could they make 3 more books off of this series?
This book is about a world where there is no color but when Jonas realizes something different by throwing a apple a new adventure begins.
janellejordan
When Jonas takes a trip to the giver he finds out that there is much more to there world than everyone knows there is.
This is a story of a young man named Jonas who is selected for a special assignment, replacing the Receiver. The Receiver is the person in the community that holds all the memories of the past. He is called upon when the council needs…
Jonas lives in a perfect and controlled community where are there are no choices. Everybody is assigned a fitting role at the age of twelve. Jonas is singled out to become the next Receiver, and trains with the past Receiver, who is now…
The Giver begins with Jonas who is 11 years old and lives in a community. He gets scared by the jet overflowing the community which had never happened before. But he thought he was just nervous because of the ceremony of twelves coming up.…
Jonas's world is perfect. Everything is under control. There is no war or fear of pain. There are no choices. Every person is assigned a role in the community. When Jonas turns 12 he is singled out to receive special training from The…
Very good. I was very impressed with this book. It shows a lot of sci-fi and realistic fiction at the same time.
In short…this book is about a young boy who thinks this world is a lame place to hang out.
This is a great book that i very much recommend. It is about a different world that a boy lives in. He finds many secrets and gets into problems trying to save a child.
usmanbaig
This book's summary is where a memory has to be transfer to another person
Blue_Baboon_132
This book is mainly about a boy named Jonas, his sister Lily, Mother , Father, Friend Asher, Friend Fiona, And The Giver! The ceremony of 12 arrives jonas is the receiver for now then he'll become the giver by receiving memories of all…
chrisgotstacks
I LOVE THIS BOOOK THE END IS VERY TWISTING AND DARING I ALMOST CRIED
JessicaGMei
The Giver is a dystopian children's novel by Lois Lowry. It is set in a society which is at first presented as a utopian society and gradually appears more and more dystopian. The novel follows a boy named Jonas through the twelfth year of…
Yavril
In a world with no decisions, one person keeps every memory of the entire world. He is the Receiver. But he does not live forever, so a new Receiver must be selected, and the old Receiver becomes the Giver, and passes on the memories.…
In a so called Utopian society, young Jonas is chosen to be the Receiver of Memories of the real world. Bit by bit Jonas comes to realize the cost of living in a "perfect" world- the loss of humanity itself.
At his Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas is given the assignment of Receiver, and keeps the memories of his society's past. He has memories no one else has: color, feeling, sunshine... but also pain, sunburn, hunger. Then Jonas is able to see…
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Library Staff
" Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas became the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives." (Novelist Review)
Characters: Plot: DARK and DEPRESSING ending.