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eBook How Do You Spell Geek? ePub

by Julie Dretzin,Julie Anne Peters

  • ISBN: 0788729624
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Julie Dretzin,Julie Anne Peters
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Recorded Books; Unabridged edition (June 1, 1999)
  • ePub book: 1709 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1560 kb
  • Other: doc mbr rtf lrf
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 768

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It was published by Julie Anne Peters. I think the theme has to do with accepting new people into your life.

It was published by Julie Anne Peters. In the beginning, Ann and Kimberly were as close as ever, however, a new girl named Lurlene drifted them apart. Ann thinks that all Kimberly cares about is the SPOILER ALERT: How Do You Spell Geek? Is a short fiction book about friendship and competition. Basically, it’s about two best friends that were separated, but in the end they were brought together even closer with a new friend. It was published by Julie Anne Peters

Decent Ann is assigned to show around Lurlene Brueggemeyer- the geek of the title, a home-schooled new girl with cowboy boots and weird hair

Decent Ann is assigned to show around Lurlene Brueggemeyer- the geek of the title, a home-schooled new girl with cowboy boots and weird hair. In the eighth-grade world of jerks, nerds, and geeks, Ann, a nerd, is cool enough to attract Brad McKenzie, a jerk; but she can't turn her back on the s Lurlene, not even for her former best friend, Kimberly Tyne, who wants to be the & Lou Retton'' of national spelling bee competitors.

Hardcover – 1 Sep 1996. by Julie Anne Peters (Author). The three main characters, Anne, Kimberley and Lurlene, are all different types but all are likable and make you care about them. The dialogue is snappy and the pace is fast moving, so perfect for a YA novel. We'll be checking out more books by Julie Anne Peters.

How do you spell geek? l-u-r-l-e-n-e! Kim and Ann are preparing for the National Spelling Bee competition but their world is turned upside down when a home-schooled, geeky girl comes between their.

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Narrator Julie Dretzin seems to have acquired a 13-year-old's voice for the production. She applies just the right degree of teenage-girl inflection in her speech to make the characters believable and endearing, and the dialogue whimsical and snappy. Book pak, Recorded Books, 1999.

Julie Anne Peters (born January 16, 1952) is an American author of young adult fiction. Peters has published 20 works, mostly novels, geared toward children and adolescents, many of which feature LGBT characters

Julie Anne Peters (born January 16, 1952) is an American author of young adult fiction. Peters has published 20 works, mostly novels, geared toward children and adolescents, many of which feature LGBT characters. In addition to the United States, Peters's books have been published in numerous countries, including South Korea, China, Croatia, Germany, France, Italy, Indonesia, Turkey and Brazil

Used availability for Julie Anne Peters's How Do You Spell Geek? .

Used availability for Julie Anne Peters's How Do You Spell Geek? . Title: How Do You Spell Geek?

by Julie Anne Peters. Ann feels threatened when a geeky new girl in her school proves to be a champion speller.

by Julie Anne Peters. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780380730537. Release Date:November 1997. Best friends Kimberly and Ann both have a dream to make it to the National Spelling Bee in Washington, . Books related to How Do You Spell G-E-E-K? Skip this list. Eighth grade is the last year they can qualify, so they are practicing day and night. But when Ann is assigned to sponsor new student Lurlene Brueggemeyer, who turns out to be an amazing speller, suddenly her relationship with Kimberly and her chances of winning the competition are put to the test.

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Comments

Mettiarrb Mettiarrb
This book kept me in suspense and the whole time I read it! I could read this book over and over and never get bored! It inspires me to hopefully make it to the Scripps National Spelling Bee this year. :) Loved this book!
Mysterious Wrench Mysterious Wrench
This book was fairly engaging, and I cared about the main character and the issues she was grappling with: her parents' recent divorce and the fact that her mom doesn't seem to have time for her; being asked to mentor a new and highly uncool student at her middle school, and the repercussions on her social status; and her best friend's jealousy of her developing friendship with that new student. But that said, younger students (such as the third graders I teach) won't be able to relate to those issues. Although this book isn't a challenging read, it's really for 5th grade (at a minimum - more likely 6th grade) and up.
avanger avanger
I just finished reading this with my 8th grader. English is not her first language, and I was looking for something fun and age-appropriate to interest her. This book did the trick! I read the first few chapters with her and then she finished the rest on her own in a day. The three main characters, Anne, Kimberley and Lurlene, are all different types but all are likable and make you care about them.
The dialogue is snappy and the pace is fast moving, so perfect for a YA novel. We'll be checking out more books by Julie Anne Peters.