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The Agony of Alice by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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Jul 27, 11

For my summer reading I chose to read the book The Agony of Alice. I really enjoyed this book, and it kept my attention throughout the entire thing. If I could I would rate this book at 4.5 stars, but since I am not able to, I rated it 4. This book was about a girl starting 6th grade at a new school, which was very convenient for me because she is my age, and having the same troubles as me. The Agony of Alice showed all of Alice's troubles like being new, getting a teacher that she didn't want, and not making friends very easily. As I got farther into the book Alice slowly started to progress in the things she needed to work on, and started accepting her teacher, and making friends. While this was happening, Alice was keeping a chart that she would write the things she was going forward with (progressing) and the things she was going backward with (not progressing). At the end of the book Alice was a new person, she had many friends, and was practically her teachers daughter! This book really showed how you can change as a person if you really work hard. This was very good book, and I definitely recommend this book for summer reading. I really enjoyed the book The Agony of Alice, and I look forward to reading farther into the series.
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Mea I completely loved the book.great review

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