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by Marnelle Tokio


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Selected for inclusion in the Best Books for the Teen Age 2004 List by the New York Public Library.

Marnelle Tokio’s semi autobiographical story will resonate with every teenager who faces issues of family, body image, and self-confidence. About More Than You Can Chew. Winner of the 2005 White Pine Awards, Fiction category.

More than You Can Chew has been called a One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest for young adults.

Winner of the 2005 White Pine Awards, Fiction category. Selected for inclusion in the Best Books for the Teen Age 2004 List by the New York Public Library. Nominated for Snow Willow Award (The Saskatchewan Young Reader's Choice Awards). More than You Can Chew has been called a One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest for young adults. Marty Black has retreated from a difficult family situation into the area she can best control, her own appetites. She may not be able to control her parents' behavior, but she can decide what she will and will not eat.

this book is amazing!!! read this book, its awsome!! this book is about a girl that has some family problems and thinks that . Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. Marnelle Tokio. More Than You Can Chew. Canada: Tundra Books, 2003.

this book is amazing!!! read this book, its awsome!! this book is about a girl that has some family problems and thinks that the solution is to take it out on herself!! so she becom's anorexic!! . The novel More Than You Can Chew was a wonderful story of a teen named Marty that struggles with anorexia. She goes there because she says "Dead girls don't graduate

Marnelle Tokio maintains quite a sarcastic tone of writing throughout the book You can definitely read the book first. Then you can watch the movie afterward and see how it compares.

Marnelle Tokio maintains quite a sarcastic tone of writing throughout the book. You can definitely read the book first. It is a very good book when you get through the first couple chapters and adapt the Jane Austen's writing style Night is actually the first in a trilogy that Elie Wiesel wrote.

Marnelle Tokio’s semi autobiographical story will resonate with every teenager who faces issues of family, body . The book could have more organized plot that spoke to the audience. It seemed that Marty's problem was not anorexia, but her warped view of the world, of everything

Marnelle Tokio’s semi autobiographical story will resonate with every teenager who faces issues of family, body image, and self-confidence. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. It seemed that Marty's problem was not anorexia, but her warped view of the world, of everything. I read the book in the hope of being immersed into a life of an anorexic girl whose main problem was anorexia.

Автор: Tokio, Marnelle Название: More Than You Can Chew ISBN: 0887766390 ISBN-13(EAN) .

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Winner of the Society of School Librarians International’s Best Book Award – Language Arts, Grades 7-12 NovelsWinner of the 2005 White Pine Awards, Fiction categorySelected for inclusion in the Best Books for the Teen Age 2004 List by the New York Public LibraryNominated for Snow Willow Award (The Saskatchewan Young Reader’s Choice Awards)Nominated for the Canadian Library Association’s 2004 Young Adult Canadian Book AwardMore than You Can Chew has been called a One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for young adults.Marty Black has retreated from a difficult family situation into the area she can best control, her own appetites. She may not be able to control her parents’ behavior, but she can decide what she will and will not eat. Eventually, she stops eating altogether. Marty is close to death when she finally asks for help and finds herself in a psychiatric institution. But recognizing her need for help is only the first tenuous step on a long road to recovery.Marty’s ability to find a way to live, despite the powerful lure of anorexia, is the core of this fine, insightful novel.Marnelle Tokio’s semi autobiographical story will resonate with every teenager who faces issues of family, body image, and self-confidence.
Connorise
I have read many, many books similar in subject matter to this one. Eating disorders, psychological problems, "troubled teenagers," etc. However, this was the first one to prompt me to write a review immediately after I finished reading it just to tell you how deeply it touched me.
I laughed, I cried (which doesn't happen to me often while reading)
I really just didn't want it to end. And I spent 2 full days at the beach never even looking up from the pages, despite the fact that everyone else was running around playing in the ocean, utterly bored with me.
If you're even considering this book, you should give it a chance. It will most likely surprise you.
Cobandis
main character's personality is absolutely unbearable. depiction of treatment experience and her attitudes & behaviors there is completely unrealistic.
Kerry
This book was riveting. It took me through an array of emotions, from deep sadness to hilarious black humor. The use of metaphor was unique and powerful. The honesty was courageous. For anyone out there who has ever been affected, directly or indirectly by addiction, this book speaks volumes. Response to pain and addiction manifests in many ways, including eating disorders. The writer knows how to share the truth in a way that fully engages.
Nilador
I found this book on recommendation and i was so very happy that this site put it on that list because it was a favorite book. I recommended it to a few other of my friends and we all loved it.
black coffe
This book is about a girl that is anorexic. It tells her life story of what all she had to go through. This book shows how important it is to eat and to not skip meals.

This girl doesn't like to eat. She has to leave her friends to go to this clinic her parents are making her go to, to help with her eating disorder. She really doesn't like it and the whole time she's there she complains about how all the food there is bad for her. She asked the people there what they would do to her if she didn't eat and they told her they would put a feeding tube inside of her and force her to eat. She meets a lot of new friends that are a lot like her, not wanting to eat, but she still doesn't like to go there. Her parents come and see her sometimes and they take her out to eat or just spend time with her. One day she did something that could change her life.

I would recommend this book to people that have eating disorders or something who wants to see what could happen if you stop eating. This book would be good for boys and girls to read.

I liked how it showed what could happen to you if you stop eating. I really didn't have any dislikes about the book. Overall I thought it was a pretty good book.
Larosa
Most people think anerexics want to look like models on the cover of magazines. This shows you how distorted the different reasosns are for people suffering from Anorexia/ bulimia. It's an excellent book with a dark humour.... It takes you into her world and captures you there. You read her thoughts and it's like there yours. It's beautifully written because the writer didn't think this up in her head she felt it. It's like abstact art. It's a beautiful story with a touching ending. You can tell that's it's written by a person with an eating Disorder. i should know....I have one
Mozel
What's so bad about starving yourself? To some people it's for the better...right??

Tokio's story of a teenage girl with an eating disorder unfolds as this girl is sent to an eating disorder hospital unit; from there, she goes through many life-changing experiences. Tokio's novel brings us new insights, understandings and perspectives of what people with eating disorders go through. Touching and yet humorous at the same time, Tokio teaches us that being able to let go of past wrongs, and starting fresh with a will to live life to the fullest, just might make our second chances worth taking.
Marnelle Tokio. More Than You Can Chew. Canada: Tundra Books, 2003. 234 pages.

The novel More Than You Can Chew was a wonderful story of a teen named Marty that struggles with anorexia. Marty ends up pulled out of high school and put into an eating disorder unit called Silver Lake. She goes there because she says "Dead girls don't graduate,". In the beginning she is not excepting the fact that she has to stay in a hospital with other girls. The book tells about her changes and relationships with the other girls in the unit. Also it takes you through the mind of an anorexic. You see her failures, her troubles, her obstacles, and her achievements. This book was outstanding and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a tear -jerker!
More Than You Can Chew ebook
Author:
Marnelle Tokio
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