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  • Title: Kingdom Of Strange, The
  • Author: Shula Klinger
  • ISBN: 9780761453956
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Hardcover

Kingdom Of Strange, The

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  1. I loved this book.Maybe it s all because it s about a teenage author to be who s unsure of herself I have the same issue, though my parents are not authors I love to write, and this has a way of encouraging it.I love seeing Thisbe grow up throughout the book She has these mean friends, and she finds new ones over time It is excellent.but, of course, I m 14, so what I say doesn t mean much.


  2. Let me say that first when I got this book I thought that it would be bad, but I just finished this book last night and it was AWESOME especially the ending The Kingdom of Strange I know weird name is about your average 13 yr old girl named Thisbe who has a english assignment were she has to create a story and get an audience to read the story she wrote Thisbe makes a new friend online that is a girl from another school in Vancouver and they soon become best friends even though they are in diffe [...]


  3. I love Thisbe I love Iphis I love Granny Ed Mostly though, I love how Thisbe describes what writing is for her and about her experiences in Granny Ed s yoga classes Also, this is another novel offering a wonderful adult character you gotta read it.


  4. This was a weird book, but I liked it It was told almost entirely through the main character s journal and e mails The characters were so kooky, but in a good way The only problem I had with it was that the important twist was a little obvious Other than that, it was a great book


  5. this book was really good two teens meeting online to complete a writing assigment they got alot then a writting assignment, they got a friendship that would last a lifetime This book was really inspiring and opens your eye s to the world around you.



  6. This book is definitely on my Top Ten It was so heartbreaking, yet so real The Kingdom of Strange is a definite summer read


  7. Picked this book up from the What Other People Have Been Reading cart at the front of my library today, once again a sucker for flyleaf copy Had read half of it before leaving the library property Best way to put it is that it s sort of a modern day cross between Are You There God It s Me, Margaret by Judy Blume and Claudia by Barbara Brooks Wallace Had I not already read both of these when I was truly a young adult, Ms Klinger s book would ve probably made of an impact of me Easy read, good fo [...]


  8. I enjoyed this much than I thought I would, and have since passed it along to a language arts teacher at our middle school I particularly enjoyed the central character s growing unspoken acceptance of her grandmother through the passage of time in the story It felt organic and real, high accomplishments in YA.


  9. I didn t like this book until over half way into it, so I m glad I didn t give up I wasn t enjoying the email as narrative style, even though it was pretty realistic I don t think I can pin point the spot where my opinion shifted, or the reason why I guess I would recommend it to teenage girls who write, or writers who were teenage girls.


  10. I only finished it for closure It was like a chore What mainly annoyed me was that Thisbe didn t talk like a teenager I know she was supposed to be different but she talked about feeling older, and her thought process sounded younger instead She did not sound like a believable fourteen year old The story waswellting A little creepy at the end Not my type of story.