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Knockout House Arrest #2SurpriseI make them laughI make them pointThat waythe tightrope is mineto control The excellence of middle grade literature continues So far this year "I ve had the pleasure of reading a number of terrific moving uniue children s " ve had the pleasure of reading a number of terrific moving uniue children s titles and that train of awesome continued with my back to back reading of KA Holt s House Arrest and Knockout A companion novel in verse to 2015 s House Arrest Knockout tells the story of twelve year old Levi Davidson as he begins a tumultuous and audacious yearKnockout

told in the first person of Levi We are introduced to Levi and his world as he sets himself up to begin grade seven alongside his best friend Tam Levi and Tam met back Loved HOUSE ARREST better but this is a solid second in a series Can t believe how old Timothy is and I m glad the ad idn t change makes it realistic dad idn t change makes it realistic the journal too in this easy to read novel in verse I picked this up on a whim from my new book BWWM (An African American Romance) (BWWM Paranormal Scifi Romance) display and I m really glad that Iid I really enjoyed Rhyme Schemer by KA Holt so I m not surprised to enjoy her style of storytelling in Knockout Unlike most free verse that I ve read I really like the beats that Holt creates with her line breaks It is most effective when Levi is African Literature: Overview and Bibliography describing boxing as you can feel the swift movements and jabs through the way the words are arranged Of course I also love the way she turns the words into pictures throughout just as a fun visual Levi s illness is a great metaphor for puberty where kids are trying to find their own way but they re also still fragile and susceptible to making mistakes and getting hurt Seeing him grow into his own person was lovely made all the better for the bumps along the way I really loved Levi s relationships with his family members especially his bother The passing of notes is so accurate to the reality that communicating with your family can beifficult than anything else Solid 45 This is a uick read with a lot of heart so if you like middle grade novels with a well rounded male protagonist and stuff written in free verse Aliens Rogue Aliens definitely check this out I m giving this five stars because it is so wonderfully written the words are beautiful Knockout is the follow up to House Arrest and is the story of Timothy s younger br. Levi just wants to be treated like a typical kid As a baby he had a seriousisease that caused him respiratory issues He's fine now but his mom and overprotective brother still think of him as amaged an. ,
Although the formatting of an eARC makes it impossible TO REALLY GRASP AND APPRECIATE THE FULL EXTENT OF really grasp and appreciate the "full extent of verse I have no oubt that fans of the original book will " extent of verse I have no oubt that fans of the original book will this one as well Thanks to kidlitexchange for the review copy of this title all opinions are my ownWell the only possible negative thing I can say about this one is that I wish it were longer I just read House Arrest a few weeks ago in anticipation of this title and I will say that although Knockout can be read as a stand alone it is so so much richer after having read House Arrest The verse is very accessible and the artistic elements used in some parts of the book are very visually appealing and I think that middle grade readers will love them Lots of feeling about a sport not often seen in kid lit and a fantastic format These 2 titles should be in all middle school libraries 45 STARSIn this follow up to HOUSE ARREST Levi is twelve years old and Timothy wants to go to medical school Overprotected by his mom and brother and encouraged by his father to find a sport Levi takes up boxing He tells his mom he joined the chess club so she won t worry and hides that he s his having breathing ifficultiesLevi is a spoiled self centered kid who s used to getting what he wants from his family He s not used to sharing so when his best friend Tam befriends Kate he doesn t handle it well Levi is an imperfect kid who has a lot of growing to oNovels in verse t handle it well Levi is an imperfect kid who has a lot of growing to oNovels in verse hit or miss for me KNOCKOUT is a hit KA Holt packs a lot of content into few words I finished in less than an hour though middle grade readers will probably take a bit longer Reluctant readers and all kids will enjoy KNOCKOUT Thank you to Kidlitxchange for the opportunity to read this book All opinions are my own Knockout is a companion to the book House Arrest but it can be read as a stand alone This is a story of a young man trying to find his own path through the tangle of paths others have created for him Levi s story is his love of climbing trees and boxing He has a great sense of humor and lots of energy so why Facial Action Coding SystemInvestigator's Guide Part 16701 does everyone insist on keeping him under house arrest This is a great story told through verse which made me love it even This author is great at seeing the world through a kid s eye. Ut a school with a killer boxing team and a free study curriculum it feels like he's found a ticket to a new Levi But how can he tell his mom about boxing And how can he convince his family to set him fre. Other Levi In House Arrest Levi was the unwell younger brother and in Knockout heiscovers why his older brother Timothy Alchemy for Women did the things heid If you ve read House Arrest then you Alchemy Martial Supreme definitely should read this one I m invested in these characters so it was fun to visit them about aecade later and find out how the author wrote their future Levi s voice wasn t as compelling to me as Timothy s in House Arrest and Nicholas Flamels First Codex didn t have the sameepth of language or situation I liked when Levi s family interacted by writing in a notebook because we heard from Timothy againI liked finding out what happened later in this family s life but I wish we had gotten information about some of the minor characters I loved in the first book Still if you re a fan of House Arrest then Knockout is a worthwhile read Good Seuel to House Arrest Good ending Thank you to Edelweiss for an eARC of this Book All Opinions Are My OwnKNOCKOUT Is The Companion Book All opinions are my ownKNOCKOUT is the companion book HOUSE ARREST and I enjoyed this book even than the first one This is the story of Levi Timothy s younger brother who had serious health issues in the original story Levi is a teenager now and struggling to figure out who he is Alien despite the extreme cautiousness encouraged by his brother and mother Leviecides he wants to take part who he is Agriculture in Qajar Iran despite the extreme cautiousness encouraged by his brother and mother Leviecides he wants to take part a sport and with his father s encouragement he starts to take boxing lessons Levi finds boxing is something at which he s really good but he knows his mom and overprotective brother won t support his new passion When his boxing secret and some recent health issues come to light Levi will need to stay strong and fight for what truly matters to himI love the way the characters and storyline HOUSE ARREST have African American Literature in Transition, 1830-1850 developed and matured in KNOCKOUT Timothy has become a responsible mature and parental figure who wants get into medical school He has nothing too with his father although Levi À quoi rêvent les algorithmes develops a with him that plays an important role in the story I also love how the boys communicate using Timothy s journal and how he shares his experiencesuring his house arrest with Levi a part of his life which he hasn t BWWM (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 40 (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 40: Billionaires Secret Baby (Interracial African American Romance Urban Baby Romance Short Stories) discussed until now because heidn t want Levi to feel guilty These complex emotions and relationships are communicated so well in verse and. D his schoolmates see him as the same class clown he's always been He feels stuck So when his Spare the Child: The Religious Roots of Punishment and the Psychological Impact of Physical Abuse dadivorced from his mom suggests he take up boxing he falls in love with the sport And when he finds out abo.