The Party

The Party Lizzie Miletti buys herself a diary on the first day of sixth grade This novel the first in a new series called Dear Diary follows Lizzie s trials and tribulations through Halloween when she hosts

  • Title: The Party
  • Author: Carrie Randall
  • ISBN: 9780590424769
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lizzie Miletti buys herself a diary on the first day of sixth grade This novel, the first in a new series called Dear Diary, follows Lizzie s trials and tribulations through Halloween, when she hosts a disastrous slumber party Lizzie wants to be part of the in crowd, and when glamorous Samantha makes friendly gestures, Lizzie thinks she s on her way At the party, LizzieLizzie Miletti buys herself a diary on the first day of sixth grade This novel, the first in a new series called Dear Diary, follows Lizzie s trials and tribulations through Halloween, when she hosts a disastrous slumber party Lizzie wants to be part of the in crowd, and when glamorous Samantha makes friendly gestures, Lizzie thinks she s on her way At the party, Lizzie alienates her best friend by favoring Samantha, who, it turns out, only wants to be around Lizzie s attractive older brother Lizzie s problems are realistic without being too serious her diary offers a light, good hearted story that readers will enjoy Ages 8 12.Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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    1. I was browsing the titles on this blog (cliqueypizza.wordpress/200) and when I saw this cover I remembered this series! Not really what it was about but more than I had read it and at least a few of the others. You can see the geeky girl in the turtleneck at the school dance longing to be like the popular blonde girl, for whom apparently a giant sweatshirt and leggings are the height of fashion. Although now to me it looks sort of creepy the way they are gazing at one another

    2. Dear Diary: The Party was a cute story about the desperation to be popular at 11 years old. While it is clearly meant for a younger, less mature audience, I enjoyed it, if only for the fact that I hadn't read that kind of book in years. Overall, the writing was fair, not good but not terrible, and the characters were nothing special. In fact, I'll probably forget their names after I finish this review. It's not a book I would read again unless it's years in the future and I'm reading to my kids, [...]

    3. funny I use write my diary just like these books they have the pages in dates each chapter is dates. It was when I was 12 years old when I read this.

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