Artichoke's Heart Book Report

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Artichoke’s Heart by Suzanne Supplee is a great book that goes over the issues of self-esteem, obesity, family problems and personal development. Supplee gives the reader a relatable story that anyone who has not always had that boost of confidence. As I read this book, I felt nothing but empathetic towards the main character and her struggles. Artichoke’s Heart is a light-hearted but heavy book that carries a lot of volume. Artichoke’s Heart by Suzanne Supplee is an amazing book that anyone would be lucky to read. Rosemary Goode is an overweight teen in high school that has personal struggles like everyone else. Her mother, Rose Warren, was a teen mom, and she was diagnosed with cancer earlier in the story. Aunt Mary is Rose Warren’s…show more content…
For me, this book connected with me a lot, because I am an overweight ten that struggles with self-esteem and personal development. This book will be a staple in my home. I believe that Artichoke’s Heart is a well-written book, and I hope to read other Suzanne Supplee books. The author uses the actions and quotes of characters to characterize them indirectly. The diagnosis of Rosemary’s mom is used to build suspense in the reader’s mind, and the reader doesn’t know if her mother will die from that terminal illness or if she will survive. Suzanne Supplee really hit it home with this book. The development of the character and the plot is done so gracefully in Artichoke’s Heart. In conclusion, Artichoke’s Heart by Suzanne Supplee is an amazing book, and I would recommend it to anyone. This book is so simple, yet so intricate at the same time. If you are looking for a book to lift your spirits, this is the book for you. Rosemary Goode is a character that I think anyone can relate to, no matter how they look. Artichoke’s Heart is incredible, and I would like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication that Suzanne Supplee put into the
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