The Great Green Notebook of Katie Roberts
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The Great Green Notebook of Katie Roberts

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Seventh grade should be a wonderful year for Katie Roberts. After all, she has twin baby brothers and Lucie, the best friend ever. Too bad Mama doesn't understand that wearing lipstick is how you get invited to snobby Pamela's party. And too bad Miss Casey makes Katie tutor Rudy Pergolizzi, who wears funny pants and doesn't know how to play baseball and act crazy like othe...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published September 2nd 1998 by Candlewick (first published January 1st 1998)
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Hannah
I read this book during my vacation while I was missing out Gema's Birthday party. I was truly sad I couldn't go but I did have to go. I was going out of town to a hotspring place which was really cool because we had a jacuzzie in our hotel! But Anyways, they had a library there where you can read books during your stay and I finished this book during my stay (2 days) It's really good

Book Summary: "In a series of journal entries, letters, pictures, and drawings, Katie relates her feelings about...more
Simplyana:)
I LOVE THIS BOOK! this book was the reason i began to read and most of all i was 12 so i felt has katie trying to look pretty and expermenting with bit of makeup and all the big issues of being a 12 year old girl.......i believe every young girl MUST read this book mostly if your 12 or turning u will not feel alone and have someone who understands u:)
Lauren
Aug 02, 2011 Lauren added it
i thought it was a great book. i was actually 11 when i read this but it doesnt really matter but its a great bookabout life as a 12 year old. like the fights with mommy about how all teh other girls wear makeup and how she should too. all the little things such as chores and yea i thought is was great
Michelle Furkin
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Ckatmyla
A childhood favorite (as well as the prequel :P) and was one of the books that really turned me into a reader. My battered copies are still cherished pieces and sit proudly on my shelf.
Mimi
Very funny story/pictures. Sometimes, I can compare with her about how do I fell in some situations. and that made me laugh. Really nice book to read when you're bored.
Amy Gourley
A cute book written in diary form about a girl who is 12 living in Texas in the late 1940s. Super easy and fast to read
Natalie Gerlach
It was a quick read. Written in a personal narrative of journal entries from a twelve year old girls perspective.
Victoria
This is a really great book and if I could choose between 1 & 7. I would choose 7.
Rachel
again, i used to love this book way back when... ( a couple of years ago lol)
Katie
Read this a while ago. Made me think "Oh I hope I wasn't like this at age 12 :)
Anna
I THINK IT WAS KIND OF A GOOD BOOK I DON'T THINK IT WAS ALL THAT BUT YEAH!
Ella
This definantly an easy read, Kaitie acts like a 10 year old.
Katie
I remember reading this when I was 9 :) it's a wonderful book.
Jordin
I read this as a kid and remember loving it.
Bora Kim
i am reading it ... it is easy to read !!
Brooklyn
It's kinda pointless ......
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Sep 06, 2007 Partridge Public added it
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Amy Hest is a three-time winner of the Christopher Medal and winner of the BOSTON GLOBE-HORN BOOK Award. She lives in New York City.
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