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eBook Amelia's Science Fair Disaster ePub

by Marissa Moss

  • ISBN: 1416964940
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Marissa Moss
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books (December 30, 2008)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1452 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1391 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 377


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Amelia's Science Fair Disaster Hardcover – 30 December 2008. Marissa Moss is the bestselling creator of the perennially popular Amelia series as well as the Daphne's Daily Disasters series. by Marissa Moss (Author, Illustrator). She lives in Berkeley, California. Visit her at MarissaMoss. com and at AmeliaBooks.

Amelia gets assigned a school science project with the worst partners ever! How will she survive the science fair? When Amelia’s science teacher Mr. Engels announces that the 7th graders are all going to compete in the science fair, Amelia is counting on working with her best friend Cary. Unfortunately, Mr. Engels has assigned groups and Amelia gets stuck with Leon, the kid that always sleeps through class, and Sadie, the really annoying talkative girl who thinks that suddenly she and Amelia are best friends.

Amelia's Science Fair Disaster. Amelia's Notebook (Hardcover). By (author) Marissa Moss.

When Amelia's science teacher announces that the seventh graders are all going to compete in the science fair, Amelia gets stuck with horrible partners. Can Amelia survive the science fair without ruining her grade and losing her mind? Illustrations. ISBN13:9781416964940.

Amelia's Science Fair Disaster - Marissa Moss. Group projects for the science fair are even worse. And when one of your partners turns out to be someone you really can't trust, there's bound to be a major disaster!" - Me, Amelia. Amelia's Science Fair Disaster. City: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books. In this book Amelia is worried about doing a science experiment with a group. This is one of many books in the Amelia series of cleverly written stories suitable for younger teens. She believes that group projects are challenging and she is just waiting for a disaster. This story is written hand printed in a book that looks like a lab journal. This makes is even more believable for readers who can relate to Amelia's notes and drawings.

Marissa Moss (born September 29, 1959) is the author, illustrator, and creator of Amelia's Notebooks. Marissa Moss is also the author of Daphne's Diary of Daily Disasters (a spin-off of Amelia), Max Disaster, Young American Voices, several picture books and other novels. Moss's started at first making picture books. Amelia's Notebook was her first deviation from that format, this book is in the format of a journal and hand-written by Moss in a black and white composition notebook. Published 2008 by Simon and Schuster. Amelia (Fictitious character : Moss).

When Amelia's science teacher Mr. Engels announces that the seventh graders are all going to compete in the science fair, Amelia is hopeful that she will get to work with her best friend, Carly, but instead ends up with Felix and Sadie--the two worst partners in the whole class.


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Nice set of books for my 5th grader
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Who doesn't dread the words "science fair?"

For anyone in middle school, these two words can be pure torture. Coming up with a science fair project can be agony. Well, for Amelia it's worse than that. Not only does she have to deal with a science fair, her science teacher has given her two more words that she can't stand to hear - "group project."

Amelia doesn't have any friends in her science class. Her best friend, Carly, is in a different science class, and has lucked out with two really wonderful partners for her project. After looking through the class, Amelia notes to herself who she could possibly work with.

Well, as can be expected, Amelia gets the two worst possible choices. First of all, she gets Felix. Felix sleeps through the entire class every day. And then there's Sadie. At least she thinks her name is Sadie. When Ameila asks her what her name is, Sadie just laughs it off and thinks Amelia is joking. After all, they had classes together the previous year, as well.

Sadie soon tries to weasel her way into Amelia's life. She invites herself over to Amelia's to work on their project. But when Amelia finds Sadie snooping around her bedroom and daring to read her journal, Amelia throws her out.

Amelia is torn between avoiding Sadie and getting a bad grade on their project, or dealing with the situation and trying to work together. It takes Carly's intervention to make Amelia realize that she doesn't have to be friends with Sadie to do the project, just friendly to work with.

With Felix asleep through it all, will Amelia and Sadie be able to overcome their problems to finish their science project on time?

Amelia shares her story in a written journal. With creative illustrations and what's made to look like handwritten entries, AMELIA'S SCIENCE FAIR DISASTER is a fun look at a brief chapter of Amelia's life.

Easy to pick up and quick to read, AMELIA'S SCIENCE FAIR DISASTER will have particular appeal to middle school tween girls.

Reviewed by: Jaglvr