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Here Comes the Brand-New Me (Full House: Stephanie #5)

3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  44 ratings  ·  4 reviews
New and improved! It's a new school year, and time for a really big change-- "a whole new Stephanie". This year Stephanie plans to be perfect in every way! She's going to wear very, very cool clothes every single day. She'll write only serious things for the school newspaper, and there will definitely be no giggling around boys.

Easy, right? Wrong! Before Stephanie realizes
Paperback, 144 pages
Published October 1st 1994 by Simon Spotlight
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Rebecca McNutt
I've never really liked the Full House sitcom, but this book series, based on the life and times of probably its brattiest character, confirms my hatred. Stephanie herself is spoiled, lazy, childish and annoying and it's hard to sympathize with her at all in this book. The writing style was sloppy, with short little choppy sentences, limited vocabulary and an odd assortment of dialogue from the characters. Nobody ever speaks the way that the characters in this book do, 1980's or otherwise! I rea ...more
Natalia Miranda
Great books just like the series. The new stephanie turns out to be great when she figures that is not bout changing her personality but yes her qualities. Her mission to write a story to get in the scrible the schools newspaper, and she gets in :)
This was one of the only Full House books my library had as a kid, so I read it over and over again. I always loved this one!

Re-reading it again now made me smile. It gets 4 stars because of my childhood love for it.
Read this when I was bored and read every single book in my cousin's house. I liked the tv show when I was little.
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