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Author:
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
ISBN13:
978-0743467872
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0743467876
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Simon & Schuster Children's (September 1, 2003)
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PHYLLIS REYNOLDS NAYLOR includes many of her own life experiences in the Alice books. She writes for both children and adults, and is the author of more than one hundred and thirty-five books, including the Alice series, which Entertainment Weekly has called tender and wonderful.

PHYLLIS REYNOLDS NAYLOR includes many of her own life experiences in the Alice books. In 1992 her novel Shiloh won the Newbery Medal. She lives with her husband, Rex, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and is the mother of two grown sons and the grandmother of Sophia, Tressa, Garrett, and Beckett. Books by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor.

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (born January 4, 1933) is an American writer best known for children's and young adult fiction. Naylor is best known for her children's-novel quartet Shiloh (a 1992 Newbery Medal winner) and for her "Alice" book series, one of the most frequently challenged books of the last decade. Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was born in the . She grew up during the Great Depression with her older sister Norma and younger brother John

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Alice McKinley is faced with a hypothetical situation. It is an assignment Mr. Everrett assigned to help them learn to make good decisions. Alice and her fellow classmates were faced with marriage, shoplifting, teenage pregnancy, totaling a car, and organizing a funeral. Alice and her friend Patrick have to plan a honeymoon, wedding, and furniture with a low budget to spend. It seems to be easy but it is harder than it looks

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Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Here are all the embarrassing things that might happen to you in the fourth grade - and do happen to you, if your name is Alice McKinley: Your next-door neighbor (who happens to be a BOY!) sees you in your underpants. You sneeze beans all over your best friend. The second of three prequels to the beloved Alice series, Alice in Blunderland lets younger readers get to know the girl everyone wants to be friends with, and proves once again that Phyllis Reynolds Naylor knows the fears, foibles, and fun of being a girl. 1 206. Published: 2003. Phyllis Reynolds Naylor.

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor eBook Online Read. Alice in Blunderland. Author: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Published Year: 2003 Young AdultHistory & Fiction. Published Year: 1992 Young Adult. Published Year: 1995 Young AdultHistory & Fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously. e to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. ALADDIN MIX Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Division 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020www.

Come and meet Alice. Here she is on the brink of being a teenager and discovering that life is just one big embarrassment. Things are not made any easier by the fact that she has no female role model - Alice's mother died when she was four - so there is just her father and older brother - and what could they possibly know about being a girl and growing up? Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's lively, witty style, mixed with poignance and perception, has captured the essence of adolescent anxieties as we follow Alice through the trials and tribulations of growing up. Alice and Patrick are getting married! They have to plan a wedding and honeymoon and set up a home, all for five thousand dollars - as a project for a Critical Choices unit in health class. And some of their classmates are facing even tougher make-believe situations. But sometimes Alice feels as if her real life is just as complicated. Critical Choices is supposed to teach Alice and her friends how to make decisions - but how can you plan for anything when life seems like an obstacle course?
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  • I loved this book!! It was very interesting to me and i am 13 years old!! I would definitely recommend reading it to any of my friends!! I don't really like reading but when I find a good book I don't stop reading it!!! I highly recommend reading this book!!!

  • Very great book for ages 12 to 15.

    I just love the series of Alice books, they are funny and at the end of each book it leaves me wanting more!

  • Alice in Lace Athenium books, 1996, 139 pages, $15.00 by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor ISBN # : 0-698-80358-3
    ` "I am getting married," she said.' Alice McKinley is faced with a hypothetical situation. It is an assignment Mr. Everrett assigned to help them learn to make good decisions. Alice and her fellow classmates were faced with marriage, shoplifting, teenage pregnancy, totaling a car, and organizing a funeral. Alice and her friend Patrick have to plan a honeymoon, wedding, and furniture with a low budget to spend. It seems to be easy but it is harder than it looks. Then, Alice spots the vice principal in Sylvia Summers classroom begging for another chance. It wouldn't be so bad, but Sylvia is dating Alice's father. What should she do? There is also a new addition to the family of Elizabeth, Alice's best friend.
    This is a great book for young teens. It tells about the some teen problems and how they solve them. There is a lot of humor and will make you want to keep reading. I love this series and always makes me laugh one time or another. Other books in the Alice series are "The Agony of Alice", "Alice in April", and "All but Alice".

  • Seventh-grader Alice McKinley's going to marry her boyfriend Patrick, while her friend Pamela is a single mother and her other friend Elizabeth is about to purchase her first car. Well, not exactly...it's an assignment for a class, which is geared toward teaching junior high students how to prepare for real life situations.

    Within weeks, Alice is alarmed to learn just how much money it takes to plan a wedding - even a simple one - and start a new life. She is stunned at people's reactions, when Pamela sticks a pillow under a maternity blouse and ventures out into town. And a classmate, unhappy about getting a "boring" assignment, decides the only way to get revenge is to accuse their teacher of something...

    Readers will enjoy hearing about Alice, who is just like an ordinary girl facing ordinary problems, but with such humor and spirit, they naturally want to know everything will turn out okay in the end...

  • Alice In Lace

    By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

    Alice in lace is a book that starts out by jumping strait to the point.

    There is a girl named Alice and she has two best friends Pamela, and Elizabeth. The class has just got back from summer vacation, and has just started in the eighth grade. Then in health class an assignment pops up that has all the students in the class stuck with a hypothetical situation to help learn about making good choices.

    My favorite part of the book was when one of the girls had to go buy a car and had to test-drive it and it turned out to be a problem. There weren't many things that I didn't like so I wont mention it. The effect that it had on me was that life is similar to this book so I really enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend this book to girls and my friends because its based on girls lives. If you want to find out more the book then you can read it.

  • When I read the first line:

    "Patrick and I are getting married, Pamela is preganent, and Elizabeth is buying a car" I thought, Whoa, Did I miss something? Alice and her classmates are doing a unit on how choices can effect your future, and Alice and Patrick have a wedding to plan for 5,000$, which includes the honeymoon,and the furnature. Hard to get by with that kind of budget! I thought it was really funny how Pamela pretends to be preganent while she "job hunts" to see how hard it is to be a preganent teen. I was biting my nails when the salesman wanted Elizabeth to take the car of her dreams for a test spin. This is definitly a book for girls ins seventh to ninth grade, although it really depends on your maturity. This is a great book and I can't wait to read the next one!

  • I've read tons of reviews of people-adults-who think these books are inappropriate. Well, guess what? Phyllis Reynolds Naylor knows a lot more about what girls that age care about than those complaining adults, because girls in that age range think of sex! It's natural! They're curious! That's what makes Alice so realistic, that she's curious too. How can a book with reasonable sexual content (this book discusses but EXTREMELY DISCOURAGES premarital sex and other things) be inappropriate for girls who think about sex, too? This book is well-written and HILARIOUS! I love the part when Elizabeth has to pick out a car for her assignment. GO ALICE!