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For once, Mel is spending her vacation on her home turf—Manhattan! But she’s not alone. Miguel, the cute boy she met in Spain, is visiting New York, and this time Mel gets to be his tour guide. From the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty, from the Central Park Zoo to the Brooklyn Bridge, Mel and Miguel are off on their own adventures. But—uh-oh!—
Mel also meets...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 11th 2006 by Yearling (first published 2005)
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Maggie
Apr 05, 2009 Maggie added it
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Though, this book looks like a childish read it is infact a great read to get your mood more cheerful. The Eleven year-old Melanie Martin lives in Manhattan with her little brother Matt the Brat, her mom and dad and their pet mice. The family has just returned from spring break in Spain, where Melanie met Miguel, the son of her mom's ex-boyfriend. Melanie dreams of seeing him again and anxiously awaits his emails. Though she would love to see Miguel again she also dreams about another boy Justin...more
Jessica
Met the author when I was working at her Yale 30th reunion. Picked up one of the other books in her series (the Spain one, of course), and was surprisingly engrossed in this children's novel. Fun stuff, and lots of good drawings and fun text, diary style. For children though!
Fiorella
I really liked this book, but not as good as With Love From Spain, Melanie Martin. But this one is very funny too.
Rebecca
Mar 04, 2009 Rebecca is currently reading it
Oh no suze the ooze. I leernad a lot lkie tihs tnihg!
Tala Germani
I really liked it.It is my favorite book so far.
Wmd9800
Love the Melanie Martin books!
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Carol's new novel for kids is AVA AND PIP (Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, Mar 14). The New York Time Book Review says AVA AND PIP
is "about sisterhood, but it's also a love letter to language." (http://nyti.ms/1ggyDHV) Carol has been "Dear Carol" at Girls' Life for 20 years. Her first book, GIRLTALK (HarperCollins)...more
More about Carol Weston...
Ava and Pip The Diary of Melanie Martin: or How I Survived Matt the Brat, Michelangelo, and the Leaning Tower of Pizza With Love from Spain, Melanie Martin Melanie Martin Goes Dutch: The Private Diary of My Almost Bummer Summer with Cecily, Matt the Brat, and Vincent Van Go Go Go Girltalk: All the Stuff Your Sister Never Told You

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