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DODO [PDF / Epub] ❤ DODO ✅ Felipe Nunes – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk DODO is a graphic novel for all ages that explores emotional alienation within familiesLaila is six years old and she s been taken out of school following her parents divorce She doesn t understand wh DODO is a graphic novel for all ages that explores emotional alienation within familiesLaila is six years old and she s been taken out of school following her parents divorce She doesn t understand why she can t go to school with the rest of her friends or why her dad never comes by any Laila comes across a mysterious bird, a DODO named Ralph, and befriends the creature that has been living in the part near her house Through her friendship with Ralph, Laila starts to notice things, things she never wanted to understand.


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10 thoughts on “DODO

  1. Ariel Ariel says:

    I really loved some of the panels and started to really bond with Laila but I really felt like the third act was missing The set up happened, then I started to feel invested, and then it just ended I really wish this had been longer


  2. Laura Laura says:

    This is a Portuguese translation of a graphic novel I state this at the start because I ve noticed some translations just make things confusing And this is a confusing story to begin with.Laila is six years old, and her parents have separated, and for some reason, she has been pulled out of school She has to make fun on her own One day she sees a large purple bird that she called Ralph is is supposed to be a dodo.And yeah, that is the story Ralph the dodo is very destructive, and Laila trie This is a Portuguese translation of a graphic novel I state this at the start because I ve noticed some translations just make things confusing And this is a confusing story to begin with.Laila is six years old, and her parents have separated, and for some reason, she has been pulled out of school She has to make fun on her own One day she sees a large purple bird that she called Ralph is is supposed to be a dodo.And yeah, that is the story Ralph the dodo is very destructive, and Laila tries to control him, but she can t, nothan her mother can reconcile with her father.And that is it That is really the whole story


  3. Matthew Matthew says:

    To check out all my reviews Reading In the DarkThis book is one of the rare occasions where I discover it through BookTube and was enchanted immediately by the colorful illustrations I tend to avoid BookTube recommendations cause most of them are sponsored and too many times the books were overhyped Luckily my public library had a copy and I devoured it within the hour It s relatively short and simple yet it s mixed with a ton of magical realism Supposedly this book is geared towards childr To check out all my reviews Reading In the DarkThis book is one of the rare occasions where I discover it through BookTube and was enchanted immediately by the colorful illustrations I tend to avoid BookTube recommendations cause most of them are sponsored and too many times the books were overhyped Luckily my public library had a copy and I devoured it within the hour It s relatively short and simple yet it s mixed with a ton of magical realism Supposedly this book is geared towards children but I highly doubt that cause the magical realism took me a while to comprehend and digest, I can t begin to imagine a child who doesn t know much about magical realism Even though there s a scene that still left me confused so I am hoping for someone to read it so I can have a valid discussion about it I have to say I wish I could have read this graphic novel in the original language because there s a bit of dialogue that got lost in the translation which furthered my confusion For the most part, it deals with Laila, a six year old girl, who does not comprehend what is happening to her world Her parents are getting a divorce and she fails to deal with her emotions and her sense of reality until one day a Dodo bird appears out of her local park and barges into her house.Laila hides the bird in her room and at first everything seems fine but then the bird causes havoc destroying her room and everything it touches in her house kind of like the Cat of Hat but scarier Putting two and two together, the Dodo bird represents Laila and her wreaking havoc as her bottled emotions have reached its pinnacle I enjoyed the graphic novel for what it was but I felt that the translation to English was a bit rushed and could have taken its time for such a simple story My main confusion was did the parents divorced cause the father had another child with someone else A past life before meeting Laila s mom That whole scene was confusing and for a second I actually that Laila was originally a boy cause the illustration of the photograph of the child looks almost identical to Laila so then the discussion becomes, did Laila parents transition her without her permission and that s what lead to the divorce CONFUSION UPON CONFUSION UPON CONFUSION.Overall I enjoyed it and if weren t for these issues it would have gotten all the stars Even though I rated it a 4 it s technically a 3.75 on my end I definitely want to check outFelipe Nunes graphic novels cause he has major potential to create masterpieces for the graphic novel medium


  4. Blue Cypress Books Blue Cypress Books says:

    This work has been translated into English and I d certainly recommend it for the YA set or older Would have liked to see the story expanded I was left wanting a bit .


  5. Guilherme Smee Guilherme Smee says:

    Eu gosto muito dos desenhos e da narrativa do Felipe Nunes e, agora neste ltimos trabalhos, com os desenhos dele coloridos, ficaram ainda mais sensacionais Uma coisa que se pode notar com os poucos trabalhos do Felipe que j sa ram que ele gosta muito de trabalhar met foras com animais Foi assim com o Klaus, filhote de tigres e com o Dod , que a confus o mental na cabe a de uma menina que tem os pais em processo de separa o Ser que foi da que surgiu a ideia para M nica For a O Do Eu gosto muito dos desenhos e da narrativa do Felipe Nunes e, agora neste ltimos trabalhos, com os desenhos dele coloridos, ficaram ainda mais sensacionais Uma coisa que se pode notar com os poucos trabalhos do Felipe que j sa ram que ele gosta muito de trabalhar met foras com animais Foi assim com o Klaus, filhote de tigres e com o Dod , que a confus o mental na cabe a de uma menina que tem os pais em processo de separa o Ser que foi da que surgiu a ideia para M nica For a O Dod deixa a casa da menina uma zona destru da, que a mesma forma que a separa o dos pais deixa a cabe a de uma crian a devastada Eu sei, porque senti isso na pele A separa o dos meus pais prejudicou muito minhas habilidades sociais que j eram prec rias Mas, voltando Dod , eu n o acho que essa met fora fique t o evidente na HQ como no trabalho realizado em Klaus Fiquei esperando por uma revela o, uma pista do subtexto no final da HQ, mas que, pelo menos para mim n o veio Nesse sentido, a interpreta o de Klaus bem mais tranquila que de Dod , que, para mim, falta algum elemento para unir as partes no final, mesmo que a protagonista n o deixe o Dod entrar e n o o alimente e acalente, como ela faz com sua dor pela separa o dos pais A verdade que o Dod um p ssaro sem asas, que n o sabe voar e que foi extinto por n o ter conseguido se adaptar aos predadores ausentes nas Ilhas Maur cio, seu habitat Ent o o Dod , n o tanto quanto a confus o da menina, mas o amor que existia naquela fam lia n o sabia voar nem escapar de predadores e, por isso, foi extinguido


  6. Lindsey Lindsey says:

    While there was a little two dads thing that I didn t understand, I liked the play of the dodo entering her house and causing chaos as her mother and father separated.


  7. Joe Joe says:

    Love the art style and had genuinely laughed at some of the dodo s illustrations The story might be a bit confusing for younger audiences I would sum it up as a story about divorce, past mistakes, financial hardship, lost emotional connection and possibly the mental tolls divorce takes.


  8. Travis Travis says:

    Not really a bad book, and decent art, but it didn t click with me and also doesn t match expectations Rather than the implied wondrous story of befriending a member of a supposedly extinct species, the titular dodo is mainly a disruptive and uncharacteristically destructive presence, and in a way isn t even really real it islike a manifestation of Laila lashing out in response to a family situation that is confusing and stressful beyond her ability to process It doesn t seem like it sh Not really a bad book, and decent art, but it didn t click with me and also doesn t match expectations Rather than the implied wondrous story of befriending a member of a supposedly extinct species, the titular dodo is mainly a disruptive and uncharacteristically destructive presence, and in a way isn t even really real it islike a manifestation of Laila lashing out in response to a family situation that is confusing and stressful beyond her ability to process It doesn t seem like it should be a children s book either I m not sure if it is marketed as such, but my library system thinks it is.I don t really like the ending either From what can be pieced together in the story, it appears that Laila s father cheated on her mother for quite some time I would guess, since the picture of his son shows a boy seemingly about Laila s age , and then left his original family, presumably in favor of his mistress Yet at the end he gets to fix things a bit, by promising to take Laila back to school where she can see her friends again Though that raises the question of why she was even taken out of school, which I assume points to a difference in education patterns in Brazil, where the book was first published


  9. Trzcionka Trzcionka says:

    Wbrew pozorom to do przygn biaj ca historia Kolory jakie zosta y u yte w tym komiksie stoj w zupe nym przeciwie stwie do klimatu jaki tworzy autor Za to du y plus, bo zazwyczaj smutna trudna historia stonowane lub czarno bia e ilustracje.Niew tpliwie to komiks, kt ry pozostawia du o miejsca na interpretacje czytelnika Historia ma ej bohaterki opowiedziana jest miedzy wierszami przez co razem z ni zastanawiamy si co si dzieje Jak dla mnie ma to swoje plusy i minusy, z przewag tego dr Wbrew pozorom to do przygn biaj ca historia Kolory jakie zosta y u yte w tym komiksie stoj w zupe nym przeciwie stwie do klimatu jaki tworzy autor Za to du y plus, bo zazwyczaj smutna trudna historia stonowane lub czarno bia e ilustracje.Niew tpliwie to komiks, kt ry pozostawia du o miejsca na interpretacje czytelnika Historia ma ej bohaterki opowiedziana jest miedzy wierszami przez co razem z ni zastanawiamy si co si dzieje Jak dla mnie ma to swoje plusy i minusy, z przewag tego drugiego, bo komiks jest zbyt kr tki by si w niego zatopi Wielka szkoda, bo ma do tego potencja , a jego bohaterka wzbudza sympati od pierwszej strony


  10. Lauren Lauren says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow I wasn t expecting the emotional wallop this book contains but this was a wonderful read about a 6 year old girl coping not coping with the destruction of the life she once knew Her friendship with Ralph the Dodo symbolizes her inner turmoil and how she is not dealing with it Ralph becomes her guide in going through the hard stuff especially the anger she has bottled up I m not too sure why people are having issues with the book, I thought it was pretty simple There is an open ending wh Wow I wasn t expecting the emotional wallop this book contains but this was a wonderful read about a 6 year old girl coping not coping with the destruction of the life she once knew Her friendship with Ralph the Dodo symbolizes her inner turmoil and how she is not dealing with it Ralph becomes her guide in going through the hard stuff especially the anger she has bottled up I m not too sure why people are having issues with the book, I thought it was pretty simple There is an open ending which may bug some but I felt that made for a poignant moment I loved this and hope you do too


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