Jérôme par coeur

J r me par coeur Il me tient toujours la main Tr s accroch Il me donne souvent ses go ters en trop Il me d fend si on me fait des moqueries Et si je lui propose d inventer une voiture de course a ne lui fait pas peur

  • Title: Jérôme par coeur
  • Author: Thomas Scotto Olivier Tallec
  • ISBN: 2742786945
  • Page: 177
  • Format: None
  • Il me tient toujours la main Tr s accroch Il me donne souvent ses go ters en trop Il me d fend si on me fait des moqueries Et si je lui propose d inventer une voiture de course, a ne lui fait pas peur d un millim tre C est pour a que je l aime, J r me Rapha l aime J r me Je le dis Tr s facile.

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    1. OH MY GOOD LORD THIS BOOK IS ADORABLE.Beautifully written, with lots of whimsical affirmations of love that sound just like how an innocent child would speak them.Raphael, the narrator, loves his best friend Jerome. He likes holding his hand in line at school, he likes to play make-believe with him, and he even dreams about Jerome at night. He sees that his parents aren't really comfortable with his constant refrain of how much he loves Jerome, which makes him a bit sad. But he also won't let th [...]

    2. I love the way this book faces the honest truth that boys can be friends and that sometimes their adults struggle to come to terms with that fact. Without getting into sexuality, it is a sweet story of friendship between two boys.

    3. I'm not really sure what to think of this book. It is very modern with the content but with has a soft classic tone to the language. Are you supposed to think the child will (spoiler alert) be gay? (Or I should say, he is gay now, but later will come out?) Or are you supposed to believe he is just a pure child. He just cares for (therefore loves) his friend. Simple as that. There is no deeper meaning. The fact the parents are very realistic (they ignore the fact that Jerome is "different from ot [...]

    4. What a beautiful lovely book about unconditional friendship. This title is coming up in a lot of LGBTQ lists and it's a shame because it's so refreshing to see this kind of innocence when even the term "sensitive" doesn't have some sort of gender connotation.What I wish was that there was more of a story- or maybe just more of it- because it just seemed to end abruptly.

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