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Book Title: Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens|
The author of the book: Spencer Johnson
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 25.57 MB
Edition: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
Date of issue: October 28th 2002
ISBN 13: 9780399240072
Read full description of the books Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens:Who moved my cheese?
By: Spencer Johnson
Date published: 2002
This book is basically about a group of friends who are going through a change at school with their schedule. Some of the kids are ready to change, but some are not. So, one of the kids decided to tell them a story. The story was about two mice sniff and scurry. It is also about two little people named Haw and Hem. Sniff is the type of mouse who sniffs out the situation and figures out what happened and scurry is the type of mouse who scurries into action. While Haw takes his time to change and Hem who does not like to move on and denies the fact that he needs to change. The two little people and the two mice live in a huge maze and while they looked for cheese one day they came across cheese station c. They thought they were going to have this cheese for the rest of their lives, but day after day they notice the cheese pile is getting smaller until one day all the cheese was gone. Sniff and Scurry decided to go out and look for cheese while Hem and Haw waited around for someone to put more cheese in cheese station c. Then one day Haw decided that no one was going to put more cheese in chees station C so he decided to go look for more cheese. Hem did not want to go with him he was comfortable in cheese station c. Haw tried to convince Hem to come with him but then realized that he cannot force Hem to come. After looking through the maze for cheese Haw discovered even more cheese then cheese station c and a better variety of cheese. He then found sniff and scurry where there to! He always wondered if Hem would ever come around and realized that change can be better.
The theme of this story is change. If you just stand around complaining about change it will make the situation worse. You cannot be afraid to change you just have to go with it and be positive! The kids of this story all have different fears about change and all go through different things. When you hear about all the changes they go through it helps you change. One example from the book is that one of the kids parents got divorced when he was really little and never moved on from it and it was only making the situation worse. Another example is there was a really negative girl in the story who never wanted to change and it made her more miserable. One more example is about all the kids heard this story they all instantly wanted to change and looked at all their situations differently.
I would really recommend this book to teenagers because it gives you a good story about just a few kids going through change. This book really makes you look at situation differently and helps you get through changes. This book is different from all the other books I read because most of the books I read do not really teach me anything but this book really did change me.
The writing style of this book is very readable and simple. Everything the author is saying I can relate to and the author makes the story easy to read because it is understanding.
A quote from this book is on page 36 “The more important your cheese is to you the more you want it.” I picked quote because it shows you that the book is very understandable and you can really relate to it because you just have to think about what is your cheese.
My relationship to this book was a very good one. I read this book at a perfect time because I'm going through a lot of changes in my life right now and at first I did not want to change and I kind of sat around and just denied that I had to change but then I read this book and wanted to change. I really enjoyed hearing all the different stories the children were going through and how they were handing them. I really recommend this book.
Read information about the authorSpencer Johnson, M.D., is the author of several New York Times bestsellers, including The One Minute Manager, all in the entertaining style of a parable that contains useful information readers can use in their own lives. There are more than thirteen million copies of his books in print in over twenty-five languages.
Dr. Johnson's education includes a psychology degree from the University of Southern California, an M.D. from the Royal College of Surgeons and medical clerkships at Harvard Medical School and the Mayo Clinic.
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