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Ashwater Experiment

3.34 of 5 stars 3.34  ·  rating details  ·  106 ratings  ·  8 reviews
For the eighteenth time since kinder-garten, twelve-year-old Hillary will enter a new school, and from years of experi-ence she anticipates the territory with its familiar cast of characters: the class clown, the popular girls, the really smart kid, and the sleepwalkers, "the kids who make up most of the class." Her likable, peripa-tetic, hippie-holdover parents travel the ...more
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Published April 23rd 2001 by Turtleback Books (first published June 1st 1999)
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I really do love how the character grows in this story. I loved how Hillary starts out feeling disconnected, and I think everyone thinks at one point that they are the center of the universe literally, but she grows through the story and comes out different in the end.
Betsy Jibson
Although sometimes I felt like this was a little slow going, it showed a girl's reaction as she moved into a new school, made new friends, reconciled herself to her interests as opposed to the popular interests. There is a lot of character development, owing to her upbringing and ability to think outside of the box. A coming of age story.
An interseting read about a girl who comes from a Hippie type family that moves constantly and she learns what roots are all about. I found this interesting because I also came from a hippie family and moved more than 20 times during the years I was in school, so I could relate.
Daughter of hippy, transient parents. Unusual life, interesting story good for girls.
I thought it was interesting but atypical of most young adult novels.
Paige Miller
Very very very very awesome. Really makes you focus.
I dream of being the parents in this book!!
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