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Alle halten mich für einen Jungen

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- Jaha, sa læreren, - vi får vel ønske den nye gutten Simon Kroll velkommen i klassen.

Den nye gutten! Simon! Med ett gikk det opp for meg at det var meg hun snakket om. Det var det idiotiske navnet Simone som hadde skylden. Skulle jeg si det som det var? "Unnskyld, men det må være en feiltakelse. Jeg er faktisk jente." Jeg kjente forsiktig på de kortklipte krøllene. Håret
Published 1986 by Ueberreuter (first published 1984)
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Fruitloops & Dipsticks is a hilarious story about a young girl growing up in a dysfunctional family. It's not a long book but it's crammed full with amusing episodes about 12 year old Simone, who poses for most of the story as Simon. This is because her teacher mistook her for a boy when she started at her new school. I'm sure you can imagine some of the eventualities that come as a result of this mistake.

The protagonist, Simone, is smart but also witty and she keeps the story going at a fas
Fruitloops and Dipsticks is a coming-of-age/gender identity novel about a girl called Simone who is mistaken for a boy by her teacher when she starts at her new school (hence the name Simon). Simone comes to accept her family’s - and her own - eccentricities, and learns a lot about life and love (she gets kissed by a girl who thinks she is a guy and she also kisses a boy she likes) along the way.
Interesting book, very good
That is a book for kids and about kids. And as with any kids book an adult can find in it some philosophical question. Am I a fruitloop or a dipstick? I don't know. Maybe both. The book is well written and is easy to read.
This book contains all the complications that will happen when your class friends think you are a boy, when you really is a girl. This is a funny childrens book, and remember it very well.
Ulf Stark is a great storyteller. Loved this book, loved Simone and the other characters.
Будучи под благоприятным впечатлением от прочитанной ранее Умеешь ли ты свистеть, Йоханна?, я откопала еще одну книжечку Старка.
Что с меня взять, люблю я иногда эти приятные штучки, про становление личности под влиянием всяких каверзных ситуаций, когда ГГ в конце встает и всем показывает класс.
В данной книжульке наблюдается доля здорового идиотизма (неординарные персонажи), интерпретация “упоротых” и “линейных”, и пара забавных моментов. За вечерок можно прочесть. Не могу сказать, что безоговоро
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Ulf Gottfrid Stark is a Swedish author and screenwriter (he has adapted several of his own books for film and wrote the screenplay for the 1999 film Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen).
Stark has collaborated with the illustrators Anna Höglund and Mati Lepp.
From 1989 to 1998 he was an elected member of the Swedish Academy for Children's Books Svenska barnboksakademin.
In 1998 he received the Nordic Childr
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