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Amelia Takes Command (Amelia's Notebooks #4)

4.04 of 5 stars 4.04  ·  rating details  ·  437 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Amelia's notebooks entertain readers with great stories about the ups and downs of growing up, told from the perspective of an inquisitive, insightful 10-year-old girl. What's more, her witty words and whimsical doodles encourage girls to express their creativity by drawing and writing about their own lives.Amelia escapes a classroom bully when she heads off to Space Camp ...more
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Published January 1st 1999 by American Girl Publishing Inc (first published 1998)
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Granine
when Amelia starts fifth grade,she ends up without a friend.on top of that,she got the evil witch ms. busby. and if that's not bad enough,a girl named Hilary starts bullying her about everything!It seems like life is hopeless when one afternoon she gets a postcard from Nadia that says she can come to space camp with her. she tells her mom and she DOESN'T SAY NO! at space camp,she gets to be commander,just what she wanted! when she goes back to school, she tells Hilary off. this story also has th ...more
Alice
4.5 stars I love this books. It is written liked it is a little girl in her school note book. It talks about all the fun a 5th grade girl can have. She goes to space camp,deals with stupid boys and a girl bully.....

It is fun to read but a little long for smaller kids. More for 8-12 year old I would guess. I thought it was fun!!
Laura Regan
Amelia, the science-loving, artistic, and independent 5th grader takes us into her personal journal- allowing us into the inner-workings of a ten-year old's brain. The book is written to look like a journal, with drawings and personalized touches. Students will love really diving into the interesting and unique mechanics of this book. Imbedded in the hilarious stories Amelia tells is a story of bullying. Read to find out how Amelia deals with another student who is far from nice to her. This tex ...more
Victoria Galvan
this is such an adorable book for my elementary kiddos. especially my reluctant readers. a smaller version of diary of a wimpy kid, and for girls!
Kristy
Definitely an inspiring story to my 4th/5th grade self. Re-read like 100 times because the ending is so great.
Chanelle
Here is another great Amelia book that students can use to inspire their journals off of. Students can make their own journals and put anything they want in it such as stickers, stamps, wrapping paper etc to make it their own personal journal. I would encourage them to use a lot of different types of media. They would use these journals to write in when they come in the classroom every morning.
Simona-- I'm kind of intense
Hell, I know this makes me a six year old, but I can't hold it in: I LOVED how she FINALLY did a man-up in the end and actually stood up for herself.
Gracellyn
I have always loved these books. I grew up on them. And last night I found them in my closet and had to read them again. :)
Elise
This was one of my favorite Amelia books. She goes to this really cool NASA summer camp.
Kristie Wallace
Good book to explore the world of bullying.
Maya K.
great one!! i want to go to space camp!!!!
Morgan
tells you how to be bully proof. i like the story
Tessa Miller
I love Amelia books they are awesome.
Sean MacKenzie
Amelia is so much fun!
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Amelia's Notebooks (1 - 10 of 31 books)
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