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About the Author: Joan Bauer

I was born at eleven AM a most reasonable time my mother often said and when the nurse put me in my mother's arms for the first time I had both a nasty case of the hiccups and no discernible forehead it's since grown in I've always believed in comic entrancesAs I grew up in River Forest Illinois in the 's I seem to remember an early fascination with things that were funny I thought that people who could make other people laugh were terribly fortunate While my friends made their career plans declaring they would become doctors nurses and lawyers inwardly I knew that I wanted to be involved somehow in comedy This however was a difficult concept to get across in first grade But I had a mother with a great comic sense she was a high school English teacher and a grandmother who had been a funny professional storyteller so I figured the right genes were in there somewhere although I didn't always laugh at what my friends laughed at and they rarely giggled at my jokes That and the fact that I was overweight and very tall all made me feel uite different when I was growing up a bit like a musk ox at a tea partyMy grandmother who I called Nana had the biggest influence on me creatively She taught me the importance of stories and laughter She never said Now I'm going to tell you a funny story she'd just tell a story and the humor would naturally flow from it because of who she was and how she and her characters saw the world She showed me the difference between derisive laughter that hurts others and laughter that comes from the heart She showed me too that stories help us understand ourselves at a deep level She was a keen observer of peopleI kept a diary as a child was always penning stories and poems I played the flute heartily taught myself the guitar and wrote folk songs For years I wanted to be a comedienne then a comedy writer I was a voracious reader too and can still remember the dark wood and the green leather chairs of the River Forest Public Library can hear my shoes tapping on the stairs going down to the children's room can feel my fingers sliding across rows and rows of books looking through the card catalogs that seemed to house everything that anyone would ever need to know about in the entire world My parents divorced when I was eight years old and I was devastated at the loss of my father I pull from that memory regularly as a writer Every book I have written so far has dealt with complex father issues My dad was an alcoholic and the pain of that was a shadow that followed me for years but I've learned things from that experience that have made me resilient I attempted to address those issues in Rules of the Road and I took them even further in the companion book Best Foot Forward The theme that I try to carry into all of my writing is this adversity if we let it will make us strongerIn my twenties I worked in sales and advertising for the Chicago Tribune McGraw Hill WLS Radio and Parade Magazine I met my husband Evan a computer engineer while I was on vacation Our courtship was simple He asked me to dance; I said no We got married five months later in August But I was not happy in advertising sales and I had a few ulcers to prove it With Evan's loving support I decided to try my hand at professional writing I wish I could say that everything started falling into place but it was a slow slow build writing newspaper and magazine articles for not much money My daughter Jean was born in July of ' She had the soul of a writer even as a baby I can remember sitting at my typewriter I didn't have a computer back then writing away with Jean on a blanket on the floor next to me If my writing was bad that day I'd tear that page out of the typewriter and hand it to her Bad paper I'd say and Jean would r.

10 thoughts on “Stand Tall

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    Tree whose name is actually Sam is the tallest 7th grader in his class Actually he's the tallest person in his entire school and he just seems to keep growing While dealing with his parents' recent divorce Tree works with his grandfather helping him with his rehabilitation after having his leg amputated due to an injury he sustained in Vietnam When Sophie the strange new girl at school stands up to some popular girls Tree realizes that he has to stand up for himself too at home at school and on the basketball teamCaught in the middle of his parents' epic battle while struggling to deal with his own freakish abnormality Tree draws strength and courage from his grandfather his new friend Sohpie and even his aging dog Bradley When catastrophe strikes his hometown Tree might be the only one big enough to make a differenceI have mixed feelings about this one I loved Tree and his heart was even bigger than his height I loved the discussion of his parents' attempts to provide a normal life for Tree despite their divorce and I loved Tree's relationship with his grandfather and the infinite wisdom his grandfather freuently shared with him Also Stand Tall has several uotable passages and Tree's school report on his grandfather is beautiful However the third person omniscent point of view threw the story off and made it hard to connect with Tree Some of the symbolism goes a touch too far but that's a Jan Bauer specialty and from a teaching standpoint this is probably a positive for young adult readers Since the perspective is primarily male this would be a great read for both male and female young adults

  2. Svetlana H. Svetlana H. says:

    Cats are good at keeping old dogs aliveLoss helps you reach for gainDeath helps you celebrate lifeWar helps you work for peaceA flood makes you glad you're still standingAnd a tall boy can stop the wind so a candle of hope can burn brightThese were the last inspirational lines of this book This book had way too many fragments too many simple sentences and not enough substantial content It had a great moral though It's an okay option for a uick one night read

  3. Roger Mcdaniel Roger Mcdaniel says:

    If you like books with no plot zero characterization incomplete sentences and one sentence paragraphs then this book is for you Save yourself 5 and just read the back cover of the book Here's the plot a kid is 6'3 in the 7th grade That's about it How this story was made into a YA novel is beyond me

  4. Anna {I need to scream but it& Anna {I need to scream but it& says:

    Stand Tall is about a kid who's really tall for his age and how he deals with that his grandfather coming home with only one leg after being in the Vietnam war and his parents' divorce It was okay It annoyed me slightly how the author used so many half sentences It just didn't make it feel complete It's just really weirdly writtenTree was standing in the hallway of Sophie's apartment It was cramped and darkPiles of laundry all aroundLassie the iguana in a cage on the dining room tableCats on the couch; cats in the hallAunt Peach was chasing one of the cats that had just clawed the drapesSophie was probably the most interesting character but even she was sort of irritating at times with how bold she actedAny age can read this it doesn't have swearing or sex I was thinking about DNFing this because this year I don't really want to waste time reading books that don't hold my interest as much any I didn't do that with this but I did skim read at times

  5. Melanie Dulaney Melanie Dulaney says:

    My favorite sad happy book writer Joan Bauer knows how to draw the reader into the life of a regular young person and teach such important life lessons “Stand Tall” is not at the top of my list of Bauer winners but it is well worth the time to read Sam known as Tree by absolutely everyone is pretty ordinary in most ways 7th grade has a few friends is searching for that something he’s really good at lives with his dad and grandfather 12 the time and his mom the other halfnormal middle school stuff But he is the tallest person at his entire school including his teachers Bauer uses that realistic backdrop to model positive traits of determination seeing the positive in bad situations forgiving others and She has also created vivid characters that readers will love Vietnam vet Grandpa who is a whiz at anything mechanical but must adapt to life without half his leg and spunky Sophie who knows how to stand up to mean girls and how to stand alongside a new friend in tough times I found myself laughing in this book than other Bauer novels but I teared up just as much as always and I certainly closed this one with the expected feeling of intense satisfaction I highly recommend this one to students 5th grade and up especially those who might be dealing with divorce or strong feelings of not fitting in due to some physical characteristic

  6. Nova Syzygy Nova Syzygy says:

    Deleted old review because it was 1 my first review ever and 2 very badThis book works great as a fly swatter It's thin and flexible and good for rolling up and whacking bugs with It can also be used as a coaster hand towel toilet paper origami a notebook a sketchbook weapon frisbee plate cereal bowl and welcome mat 55 very useful household applianceThe inside contents of this book are subpar at best It was boring and the plot was basically nonexistent I read this in 2017 so I don't remember much but it's not like there's anything to remember as there's no plot It was basically Tree whining about being tall It was clear that the flood at the end was just a plot device used by Bauer to end the book I don't hate this book any; I just don't care at allIf you're interested my old review was basically just i cAn'T beLieVE mY sChOoL fOrCed mE tO rEaD tHiS like okay stop whining

  7. Amy DeMordaunt Amy DeMordaunt says:

    What a great kid nicknamed Tree theme how life is like war and overall story friendship service acceptance and moving on At first I was not liking the natural disaster bit and wondered why it had to be there But then I saw how it changed some things and it reminded me of the flood cleanup my hometown went through when I was 8 years old not really aware of how hard that really was This was a tender story with strength

  8. Maddy Maddy says:

    This book was very good I think the author did a very good job at targeting the young adult audience The book did a good job at illustrating the struggles of divorce and bullying for a young boy Stand Tall lets you see and feel the emotions and everyday life with everyday struggles In all this book did a really good job of opening my eyes to the world outside of my ownStand Tall

  9. Heather Hansen Heather Hansen says:

    Review in progress As I read it JoDean recommended this one and I like it already and I am only on page 5 So I am going to write what I findThe book is about a 6' 3 12 12 year old nick named Tree real name Sam My review is at the bottompg 5 being a tree is the best thing going in the plant world People expect trees to be strong and steady and give good shade Tallness is packed with great expectationspg 7 It was winter in his life and not just because it was Decemberpg 10 He looked at the empty wall where the big hutch used to be His mother had taken it when she moved out The shadow of where it had been remained His dad said they were going to get a new hutch but they hadn't yet His dad said they were going to repaint the downstairs so the darkened places on the walls where the pictures had hung the ones his mother took when she moved out would be gone They hadn't done that either Divorce casts so many shadowspg 16 Lean on me Grandpa He did Tree took the weight If there was ever a reason to be a too tall seventh grader it was so you could help your grandpa get walking againpg 33 Grandpa on the Vietnam War The people who went to fight that war for the most part did their best to fight an enemy that was harder to figure out and dangerous than any of us knew Most of us were kids nineteen twenty I was twenty five We thought we'd kick butt and everything would be over fast We'd win We didn't win I think we stayed too long and made some really bad mistakes But we did t hings right too I think important things are worth fighting for but there's nothing glorious about battles nothing cool about holding a gun It's scary and lonely and too many people die young never be a person who wants war hate it with everything you've got But if you've got to fight to protect people try to do your job the best you know how Protecting people is the only reason ever to fightpg 37 Occasionally something awful like divorce can have a good sidepg43 Grandpa after getting shot in the war I wasn't strong enough to handle it Grandpa said Then a chaplain came over asked how I was doing I told him A nurse was calling him to come uick to the bed of a soldier hurt worse than me But he grabbed my hand and said the shortest prayer 'Lord let this man's best years be ahead of him' He ran to the other soldier's bed But that prayer just stuck I couldn't shake it I got home a month later I've never had much luck with the leg but I say that prayer close to every daypg 44 House He turned the word over in his mind I'm going to my house I'm going to my mother's house House was a word he'd always taken for granted He knew there was a big difference between a house and a homepg 47 We're going to grab hold of the first rule of electrical power Grandpa hollered You need a negative charge and a positive one to get something moving We've got the negative we're going to find the positive if it kills uspg 57 Some words and the way people say them are like grenades exploding on a battlefield Never try to outrun a grenade said Grandpa Just leap away from it hit the ground and pray you're far enough awaypg 62 It's funny how life gets so complicated you don't get to do the things that makes you happy You have to concentrate on the things that are expectedpg 71 Do you know the secret to fighting a war?You've got to hold on to the things you know to be ture set your mind to a higher place and fight like a dog to keep it there War can be so fierce you can forget the good Forget what you're about in this world what's really important There's always going to be somebody who wants to try to make you forget it Don't let thempg 73 It's rough around here now I knowWe've all lost a piece of ourselves War does that it blows things up and leaves an empty place where something important used to bepg 78 You've gotta laugh If you don't you'll crypg 96 That's the thing about winter it's so easy to forget about the other seasons it never seems like it will endpg 110 Every friend I lost I still carry in my heart The paratroopers do it right They put out an empty boot when one of them dies no one can fill that shoe We hear about casualties on the new 114 dead Two murdered Over three thousand killed Numbers don't tell the story You can't measure the loss of a human life It's all the things a person was all their dreams all the people who loved them all they hoped to be and could give back to the world A million moments in a life cut short because of warpg 112 Endless bad weather makes you not care much about anythingpg 119 Sometimes you've got to shout the truth and wake people up Sophie I like to think that truth doesn't need to be shoved down people's throats In eighth grade Aunt Peace truth needs all the help it can getpg 151 It's going to be a long night folks Whatever you've learned about getting through hard times I hope you'll share with the people around youit's easy at a time like this to remember all the things we've left behind but what this town has the most important part of it is sitting right here in this placepg 155 You've got to welcome people back when they've been through a warpg161 The giant oak tree began to bud five days after the flood Birds were chirping in its branches Not one limb was out of place Benches were upended lesser trees snapped in two It makes you appreciate a serious root system; roots planted so deep in the ground holding steady against the stormpg 172 You've got to be patient to fix a thing rightpg 177 we're all fighting a war whether we know it or not a war for our minds and souls and what we believe inpg 179 We're all just ordinary heroespg 181 I can stop the wind maybepg 182 Tree looked at his grandpa and he could see the face of war and peace right there backlit by the sunpg 182 Everything's got a purpose really you just have to look for itThis was a great book and an easy read It isn't so much about how tall Tree is but about analogies in life that keep us moving on and learning The largest number of life lessons or parables come from Tree's grandpa who fought in the Vietnam War and lost his leg It is also great story about how to live through hard things and come out nicely on the other side

  10. Trey McNicholas Trey McNicholas says:

    Stand Tall Book ReviewBy Trey McNicholas Book by Joan BauerTree a boy who is six feet tall in middle school Everyone expects him to be amazing at basketball but he is not and he does not like basketball He is even getting bullied Tree’s parents are divorced and he has to find a way to get use to switching between his mom and dad’s houses each weekStand Tall has a message of being yourself Tree was being bullied for being really tall by a bully at school and at home everyone expected him to be good at basketball Tree had to face the problem of not liking basketball and not being good at it he had to face the bully and had to face switching between his mom and dad’s houses every week The genere of this book is realistic fiction this is realistic fiction because Trees story is not real but could happen in real lifeTree has a internal problem of his parents divorce this is internal because only he can see that he is sad not anyone elseTree gets made fun of by a bully for being tall this problem is between two characters making it externalI really do like this book I like how it shows you what happens to people who aren’t normal If you aren’t normal this shows you that you need to be yourself and don’t worry what other people think This book really does make you smile and makes you wonder about the end I recommend this book to people who are all ages and any gender Everyone needs to read this book it has no inappropriate things in it it is not just for boys or just for girls Most important it shows you a story of bullying what any age or gender should read

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