Absolutely, Positively Natty

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Katherine Tegen Books
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.3 X 1.1 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780063062726
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About the Author

Lisa Greenwald lives in New York City with her husband and two young daughters. She loves sunglasses, reading, the beach, and sushi. Visit her at www.lisagreenwald.com.

Reviews

"Readers . . . will commiserate with her pain and root for her all the way." -- Kirkus Reviews

PRAISE FOR DEAR FRIENDS: "Through her first-person narration, readers feel up close and personal with all Leni's emotions: the pain, the humor, and the shock. It's the rare individual who can take such an awkward, glorious deep dive, and readers will be grateful to go through everything with Leni as their guide. Uplifting." -- Kirkus Reviews

PRAISE FOR TBH, THIS IS SO AWKWARD: "Get ready to fall in love with these girls who use their humor and wit (and lots and lots of emojis) to right wrongs and build bridges." -- ALA Booklist

"Greenwald successfully blends emojis and text to bring the high drama and emotional changes of middle school to life. This first in a new series for preteens and young teens who value friendship and doing the right thing is pretty endearing." -- Kirkus Reviews

"In this fine successor to Lauren Myracle's TTYL and its sequels, Greenwald (11 Before 12) realistically captures the language of texting tweens, including exuberant use of emoji, and how mistakes can be made and tone misunderstood amid rapid-fire digital conversations." -- Publishers Weekly

PRAISE FOR FRIENDSHIP LIST #1: 11 BEFORE 12: "This book will entice those who want to read about a relatable, funny young woman." -- School Library Journal

"Kaylan's first-person voice perfectly captures the horrors of starting at a new school, from the prospect of eating alone in the cafeteria to the awkwardness of meeting a new neighbor boy." -- Kirkus Reviews