New School & Other Stuff PDF ☆ New School eBook

New School & Other Stuff❴Reading❵ ➷ New School & Other Stuff Author Renata Suerth – Varanus.us Everything is temporaryuntil it s not Join Sofie on her new mis adventures in Stevens Point, Wisconsin She didn t ask for those nasty pets She didn t want to be famous And she definitely did not expec Everything is & Other PDF Ê temporaryuntil it s not Join Sofie on her new mis adventures in Stevens Point, Wisconsin She didn t ask for those nasty pets She didn t want to be famous And she definitely did not expect a bigger family But no one ever asks the th grader for her opinion.

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  1. says:

    The Wig by Renata Suerth is a self published 2013 release This book is targeted for the middle grade reader.Sofia and her younger sister, Izzy is living with their grandmother, Ursula while their parents are away Sofia is mortified when her grandmother waits until the last minute to purchase school supplies By that time all the good stuff was gone So, in need of a book bag, they wind up in a second hand store where grandma Ursula buys a new wig and a rather unique book bag for Sofia.So start The Wig by Renata Suerth is a self published 2013 release This book is targeted for the middle grade reader.Sofia and her younger sister, Izzy is living with their grandmother, Ursula while their parents are away Sofia is mortified when her grandmother waits until the last minute to purchase school supplies By that time all the good stuff was gone So, in need of a book bag, they wind up in a second hand store where grandma Ursula buys a new wig and a rather unique book bag for Sofia.So starts Sofia s new year in a new school Grandma Ursula seems a little out of practice when it comes to raising kids She is totally clueless about the embarrassment poor Sofia has endured and the difficulty in adjusting to her new environment Izzy on the other hand is doing quite well, and Sofia is a little resentful On top of all this Sofia has a crush on her neighbor, Andrew The angst that goes along with this new feeling is also a little stressful.Hilarity ensues when Sofia is the victim of her sister s pranks, and her other grandmother announces she is going to remarry Grandma Ursula is in charge of planning the reception if that gives you any idea which way things are about to go.I was approached by the author to review this book for her and I must admit I was a little hesitant I haven t read middle grade books since I was in middle grade, and I promise you that was a really loooonnng time ago I didn t know if I would be able to critique this type of book Once I started reading it though, I found that there are some things that never change As a child, my family moved around a great deal and I started new schools a lot This brought back memories of the nervousness one feels when starting a new school and facing new people I actually pulled the bathroom stunt once myself.Sofia is at that awkward age where she is not a child any longer, but is not a teenage either It s like having one foot on either side of the fence Sofia is now aware of her appearance a little , and a little anxious about the changes she is about to go through She is smart as a whip, and actually has a good sense of humor despite going through some horrendously embarrassing moments.She also is put in the position of being the adult in the family as her grandmother is utterly inept I have no idea what the set up was with Sophia s parents and why she came to live with her grandmother in the first place, but this situation has Sophia growing up and taking on responsibilities beyond her years.The lessons for readers of this book are plenty I think middle grade readers will relate to Sophia on many levels and will be entertained by all the antics of grandma Ursula and Izzy There are many laugh out loud moments We all face difficult situations and everyone gets nervous and feels awkward at times Dealing with those times with as much determination as Sofia did, sets a good example This is a good solid A


  2. says:

    Sofie s adventures continue when she enrolls in her new school The summer has ended The temporary living arrangements with Grandma Ursula do not seem quite so transient anySchool time brings new challenges to the gutsy, indomitable fifth grader even after her younger sister pulls a really dirty trick on her Sofie and her grandmother react to events with differing viewpoints, but their companionship and respect deepens as they navigate the unexpected hurdles thrown their way Just as Sofie s adventures continue when she enrolls in her new school The summer has ended The temporary living arrangements with Grandma Ursula do not seem quite so transient anySchool time brings new challenges to the gutsy, indomitable fifth grader even after her younger sister pulls a really dirty trick on her Sofie and her grandmother react to events with differing viewpoints, but their companionship and respect deepens as they navigate the unexpected hurdles thrown their way Just as charming and readable as the first book, this one, too, will leave you smiling and cheering Sofie s invincible spirit.I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.Reviewed by Laurie J


  3. says:

    This was a wonderfully written, humorous book that was just such an enjoyable read I read to my daughter while she s having a bath and even though she s only 4, she loves when Mommy reads big girl books While reading this one to her she burst in to fits of laughter so many times and throughout the whole book she asked questions and started so many new conversations This book engaged her so much she has asked me to read it to her again This would be such a good read for those entering their This was a wonderfully written, humorous book that was just such an enjoyable read I read to my daughter while she s having a bath and even though she s only 4, she loves when Mommy reads big girl books While reading this one to her she burst in to fits of laughter so many times and throughout the whole book she asked questions and started so many new conversations This book engaged her so much she has asked me to read it to her again This would be such a good read for those entering their tween and early teenage years when that awkward age strikes Disclaimer I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaway, but the opinion expressed is my own


  4. says:

    Really funny and hilarious Reminds me of the Junie B Jones series and Judy Blume books.

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