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Lizzie McGuire, Volume 7: Over the Hill & Just Friends

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  12 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Paperback, 96 pages
Published August 10th 2004 by TokyoPop (first published August 2004)
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BethEl
Sep 09, 2016 BethEl rated it it was amazing
The graphic novel "Lizzie McGuire, Volume 7" is an exciting and engaging book. Growing up, Lizzie McGuire was one of my favorite Disney shows, as it was extremely relatable and funny. This book contains two episodes, "Over the Hill" and "Just Friends." The first portion addresses the age-old debacle of attempting to find one's passion. Lizzie felt left out because her best friends, Miranda and Gordo, seemed to know exactly what they wanted to do, vocationally. Throughout the story, Lizzie strugg ...more
The Book Sale Scrounger
I read this on more of a "I can't believe that this exists" basis than an actual desire to read it. Of course, the online site that I pulled it from had fooled me into thinking that it was a manga (if there's a manga for High School Musical, I figured that this wouldn't be an exception), therefore disappointing me when it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. The book is literally screencaps from a particular episode - how lazy can you get? - with speech balloons leading to the character's mou ...more
Holly Letson
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Lizzie needly obsesses over a career for her future self, and about getting Ethan to attend the dance with her. (Neither really matters.) Meanwhile, her brother gets scared over a horror movie, and starts a in-house "juice bar" that eventually gets shut down by a bully from his class.

Lizzie is a wonderful character, especially the animated version of herself that represents her conscience, but she--sadly--seems to not realize that she already has a best male fri
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