Abby has a new teacher who just moved here and another teacher how teaches a new subject called creative writing I I (Abbys favorite subject) But you have to read the rest to find out what happens to Abby alone the way. I This is probably the best book I have ever read. It is about a ten year old girl who feels she is not important enough. She wants to prove I Ithat she is worthy to her family. I never really liked diaries and stuff. But this book was amazing! This book let me know that every one I lis unique and every one is important as the centre of the world. lt like was in the book, it rocked! Now I keep a diary too. I I cannot wait to read the next book of Anne Mazer (the author)! I rate this book as a five star or maybe a ten star. II would like to recommend this book to my dear friends or my family members. This is because the plot of the story is original and it has I lthe starting point, rising action, climax, falling action and the ending point. It is good for our writing. Also ,there is a golden I Isentence in every chapter’s opening, such as ‘Effort is like the rain that waters our gardens.
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And “if at first you dont succeed, try, I ltry again. ‘ These golden sentences let me knew about much principle in learning, or even in daily life. I The most important point that made me want to recommend this book to my friends and family members is Anne Mazer (the author) has use manyl Igood adjectives to describe things, such as puffy, Extraordinary, obnoxious etc, there are also good expression like ‘ She wished she was I eleven. She wised she was in sixth grade. She wished she was in middle school, changing classes every hour.
I believe that my friends or I family members will love to read this terrific book. Actually, I can read it a hundred times! What see in it, is that no matter how many times I read it, I always find something new; new I I thoughts, words, images, or a whole new way of seeing the circumstances in which the story is developed. What I like about this book is Ithat Anne Mazer (the author) introduces readers to the world of Abby by putting little “journal parts” in which is Abby the one that I I writes the Story.