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I, Emma Freke. EMMA. Sunshine State Young Reader Award ! “Emma is resigned to the seeming reality that her name, spoken aloud, is her identity. 3 Jun I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson is an exceptional book. Have you ever been called weird or different? Emma’s life is exceptionally hard. 28 Jan The Paperback of the I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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Monday Book Review: I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson

Emm I, Emma Freke freie about a i emma freke grade girl who desperately wants to fit in, however she has bright red hair, is really smart, and is almost six feet tall. I would rate it this because it was a really fun read i emma freke it was just like the other books I have read. Jan 20, Eugene Krabs Amberlyn rated i emma freke really liked it. Her best friend, ten-year-old Penelope, also spoke and reasoned like a thirty-year-old who’d been around the block a few times.

It’s a very sweet story, and it definitely has a message about finding one’s true self and owning it no matter what. Jul 21, Joanne Zienty rated it it was ok Shelves: Not only is her name quirky, but she is so much how I remember being at her age.

I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson

This was one of those books with funny characters and funnier moments that I love. However, the overall theme of self acceptance appeals to me. I liked how it had a lot of detail and freeke made the reader interested. But then I had to remember the point of view was i emma freke a twelve year old girl.

It’s sort of hard to pretend to be invisible with those sorts of looks. This was my summary on the book I, Emma Freke. When she meets up with her father’s side of the family, the I emma freke, Emma begins to feel like she belongs — but begins to understand the importance of being true to yourself.

I emma freke 10, Bev rated it really liked it. frke

Also, Emma’s father is gone, but she has always been curious about him. The muted colors are a i emma freke change from what we so often see. Jan 27, Danielle rated it it was amazing Shelves: The opinions I have expressed are my own. I, Emma Freke is available for an excellent price on Amazon. It is no wonder that Emma is insecure and feels as though i emma freke does not belong. Like Me on Facebook! When Wanda drives Emma home, they stop for a bite to eat.

She thinks it’s sort of hard to pretend to be invisible with those sorts of looks. Of course, there’s her name, which her mother didn’t bother to say aloud before writing it on the birth certificate. This is the perfect story for young girls i emma freke, I have no doubt any one of them who reads it would instantly connect with Emma and find comfort in their shared insecurities. Emma lies and says she is May 22, Megan Breon rated it it was amazing.

I, Emma Freke

I, Emma Freke is about a 6th grade girl who desperately wants to fit in, however she has bright red hair, is really emja, and is almost six feet tall.

Contemporary fiction Age group: With moments of cringe-worthy hilarity, sweet sensitivity to Emma’s young age and personality, the author,Elizabeth Atkinson, cleverly weaves us along Emma’s journey to i emma freke with her. I’ve visited with thousands of students schools, libraries, book clubs, Skype across the USA and as far i emma freke as Canada, Ireland, and China! To learn more about the book click here.

Jan 31, Kate L rated it it was amazing. There were so many things I enjoyed about this i emma freke, so I’ll get started with my favorite: This book made me laugh from the first mention of ‘I, Emma Freke’ up until its last pages.

And that although it may be difficult, we can summon strength from inside ourselves when the going gets tough—and that strength can change things for the better, in our own lives as well as the lives of those around us. i emma freke

Oh, and her father emna no where to be seen, leaving her to wonder who she really is. Her flighty single mom, Donatella, is too busy dating i emma freke make dinner and her grandpa is clueless. We are all trying to find our own special place in our families and in the world. Oh, i emma freke be young again! Emma Freke pronounced like “freak” feels like one.

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I emma freke, I really i emma freke some parts that had me really interested. And to top it all off, her last name is Freke. This book was so good! The only two characters that I didn’t felt were exaggerated to an extent were probably Emma and Stevie. Well-written with good values and themes, I give it a strong 3.

I would like to read a book that doesnt always have the same story with different people and problems.