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by Kimberly Dana

eBook Lucy And Cecee's How To Survive (And Thrive) In Middle School epub
  • ISBN: 1462039669
  • Author: Kimberly Dana
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: iUniverse (April 5, 2012)
  • Pages: 278 pages
  • ePUB size: 1301 kb
  • FB2 size 1432 kb
  • Formats doc txt lrf lit


Lucy and CeCee-the official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters, hormones, and hot lunch dilemmas-are ready to demystify swirlie urban legends and dish about academic and social topics.

Lucy and CeCee-the official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters, hormones, and hot lunch dilemmas-are ready to demystify swirlie urban legends and dish about academic and social topics. They're keeping it real, lacing diary entries with their own daily escapades regarding skater slacker boyfriend crushes, BFF shopping trips to the mall, and BEE (Bitter Eternal Enemies) text wars. The two seventh graders swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. so help them Good Fairy of Popularity.

CeCee: Yep. And the thing about middle school is you will have several teachers to deal with-not just . And the thing about middle school is you will have several teachers to deal with-not just one like in elementary school. Lucy: But if you keep a few things in mind, you’ll adjust chillaxed to the max. CeCee: The first thing to realize about middle school teachers is there are certain types. Lucy and CeCee: We’re going to focus on three basic types you will certainly come across in middle school, the telltale identifiable signs, and tips on how to deal with them to your advantage. The Taskmaster Control Freak/You-Ain’t-Doin’-Nothin’r.

Time to put the freak-out on pause because outgoing, boy-crazy Lucy Pringle and shy, studious, bespectacled CeCee Cruz have the goods on how to make middle school the best three years ever! Lucy and CeCee-the official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters, hormones, and hot lunch dilemmas-are ready to demystify swirlie urban legends and dish about academic and social topics

Lucy and CeCeethe official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters, hormones, and hot lunch dilemmasare ready to demystify swirlie urban legends and dish about academic and social topics.

Lucy and CeCeethe official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters, hormones, and hot lunch dilemmasare ready to demystify swirlie urban legends and dish about academic and social topics. Theyre keeping it real, lacing diary entries with their own daily escapades regarding skater slacker boyfriend crushes, BFF shopping trips to the mall, and BEE (Bitter Eternal Enemies) text wars. The two seventh graders swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help them Good Fairy of Popularity.

Lucy and CeCee-the official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters

Lucy and CeCee-the official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters. She is published by the National Council of Teachers of English and the recipient of several writing honors from Writers Digest, the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, and various book festivals from around the world.

Meet Lucy and CeCee, two middle schoolers documenting what they’ve learned as tweens. Lucy, obsessed with becoming popular, works the social aspect, while CeCee, who finds a B+ unspeakable, focuses on academics. Some of them are positively inspirational: How to not be noticed by the teacher, which includes using a fellow student for cover; and how to covertly chew gum in class (prerequisites for this lesson include gum and a clueless teacher). But while the girls’ teachings are often amusing, what really makes Dana’s book exceptional are the girls themselves.

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BFFs Lucy Pringle (a wannabe popular girl) and CeCee Cruz (a Lord of the Rings-obsessed brainiac) have put together an entire book on how to survive the struggles of middle school.

BFFs Lucy Pringle (a wannabe popular girl) and CeCee Cruz (a Lord of the Rings-obsessed brainiac) have put together an entire book on how to survive the struggles of middle school. In each chapter, they give advice on a new topic, including teachers, school work, fashion, dating, friendships and gossip. Their tips are definitely worth noting. There’s only one problem: Lucy and CeCee don’t follow their own advice! Struggles. Lucy crushes on Josh Land, who’s dating the most popular girl in school

Time to put the freak-out on pause because outgoing, boy-crazy Lucy Pringle and shy, studious, bespectacled CeCee Cruz have the goods on how to make middle school the best three years ever! Lucy and CeCee-the official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters, hormones, and hot lunch dilemmas-are ready to demystify swirlie urban legends and dish about academic and social topics. They're keeping it real, lacing diary entries with their own daily escapades regarding skater slacker boyfriend crushes, BFF shopping trips to the mall, and BEE (Bitter Eternal Enemies) text wars. The two seventh graders swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth . . . so help them Good Fairy of Popularity. In this handbook, two girls who have already survived boyfriends, sleepovers, nerd crushes, detentions, and runaway pimples share helpful hints and lingo lessons that will help tweens not only survive, but thrive while navigating through all the gory glory of middle school.  Check out Lucy and CeCee's official website at tweengirlsrule.blogspot.com.  Winner of Editor's Choice, Rising Star, Young Adult Honorable Mention - San Francisco Festival of Books, Paris Festival of Books, and New York Festival of Books.
Comments: (7)
Lonesome Orange Kid
I bought this book for my niece who's starting middle school. She's enjoying the book! :)
Jeb
As a primary educator and grandmother, I thoroughly enjoyed Kimberly Dana's book, Pretty Dolls. Reading it with my grandchildren and students, it addresses the themes of friendship, bullying, tolerance and having that one special doll (or toy) in childhood.
So I wasn't surprised how much I also enjoyed Lucy and CeCee's How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School. This book of fiction tells the funny and serious dilemmas of best friends in middle school. As a teacher, I found the everyday problems and issues of peer pressure, bullying, gossip, homework, fashion, cliques, popularity (and 22 others) most appropriate for middle school students.
But parents can also benefit from this insightful book of guidelines and follow their childrens' feelings during those tween years.
I look forward to having my grandchildren (and their parents) read this when they are older and in the meantime, I will recommend Lucy and CeCee to middle school teacher friends and students.
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
Great book made me so happy but sad because it ended but really good tips and advice lots of drama lol
Gom
Those roller coaster tween years we may have already faced or are now there in full force middle school throttle-this is a book delightful for all ages. As mothers and grandmothers, it will get you up to speed in this modern age where language has changed during this time frame and "real" priorities need to be better understood.

Middle School girls-this book rocks! One of the "gotta have" items needed on your list. Led by Lucy and CeCee's tween expertise, it's a survival handbook that lets you into their world while also helping you with yours. Whether its boyfriends, best friends, hot gossip, note-passing, or fashion to name a few, they got it down packed with timely advice sure to come to the rescue.

It's not just a "girl thing" though there is plenty of it-but also tips to help you with the following:
~locker organization
~study skills
~dreaded speech survival helps
~ fashion no-no's
~ peer pressure

As a teacher of 18 years, I highly recommend this book in the classrooms and libraries. Set in a fun format including diary entries and lingo lessons, award winning Aurhor and Teacher Kimberly Dana has a real feel for Tweens' inside world. Makes a great birthday or Christmas gift giving proper advice on matters without it being "preachy" as such. A real page turner, it will certainly be one talked about and passed around regularly.

The humorous but oh so real categories of teachers discussed and the proper protocol in speaking to a teacher regarding a better grade is a fun take for adults too to enjoy. I highly recommend this book, giving it a solid 5 star rating. Current, informative, and quite funny, it will be a book long remembered for many years.
Obong
Lisa McCombs review for Readers Favorite
Middle School...the worst years of your life...or are they? Lucy and CeCee, seventh grade experts, have devised the perfect handbook for middle school survival. Everything from honing in on the types of teachers and how to handle them, to planning the perfect sleepover, foolproof tardy excuses, and the importance of maintaining social decorum...these gals advise even the most socially handicapped in a humorous, yet realistic guide to succeeding in middle school. Do you need to know how to successfully pass that all important note during class? Are you still not clear on how to distract a teacher during the most boring lecture of all time? What do you do at the mall other than shop? These gals know all and tell all in their instructional account of surviving and thriving in middle school. Seemingly different, these BFFs come together in their devotion to one another. Lucy's goal is to do anything necessary to land the perfect boyfriend (even if he is already dating the most popular girl in school) and CeCee is determined to earn straight A's (a B+ in one subject results in her battle with an eating disorder), both while offering tips and strategies for doing the same. Their journey takes the girls down different paths as they combat the challenges of self-discovery and keeping their friendship real. But Lucy and CeCee are BFFs to the end.
This nostalgic read is both fun and informative in its perspective of middle school existence. The author's use of tweenie vernacular adds to character development and theme relevance.
lets go baby
I thought Lucy and CeCee's How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School is an excellent tool for young girls trying to navigate through middle school. In fact, I might even recommend the book to young boys so that they can understand their peers a little better! :) Dana has an obvious understanding of tweens and the issues that are important to them. She also somehow manages to squeeze "life lessons" and bits of important advice into the book without being incredibly obvious about doing so. It is the perfect way to reach girls who are struggling with normal adolescent issues: a mixture of the funny and poignant. I highly recommend this book to all the young ladies in your life as a first day of middle school gift (or to any of the older ladies you may know who want to take a trip down memory lane or understand the beloved teenagers in their life).
Mamuro
I recently received a copy of Lucy and CeCee's How to Survive in Middle School. Talk about a fun read. This is a definite must for anyone with girls going into middle school. I wish my daughter could have read this back when she was starting 6th great. It's a fun, fast-paced, energetic read with great voices and fun tidbits. Kimberly Dana clearly has a firm grasp on the middle school mindset. Fun, fun, fun! Well done, Ms. Dana.
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