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The School Story por Andrew Clements
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The School Story (original 2001; edição 2002)

por Andrew Clements

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After twelve-year-old Natalie writes a wonderful novel, her friend Zoe helps her devise a scheme to get it accepted at the publishing house where Natalie's mother works as an editor.
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Título:The School Story
Autores:Andrew Clements
Informação:Atheneum Books for Young Readers (2002), Paperback, 224 pages
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
The main characters Natalie and Zoe best friends who attempt to accomplish a task that has many ups and downs. Natalie is a great writer for her age and she writes a book for fun. Zoe reads the book and thinks that the book needs to get published. Natalie likes the idea but would never be able to do it without Zoe and some other peoples along the way's help. Every time things seems easy, a major hurdle gets in the way. Find out if Natalie is able to get her book published by her mom, without her mom knowing... ( )
  jlindqu5 | Feb 23, 2020 |
If you loved books as a child, were serious about wanting to write books, or just wanted to know more about the business side of publishing, this would have been the book for you. Basically a 12 year old wants to publish a book and through an entertaining and basically interesting series of events, she does. All the characters felt very plausible, and even though this could technically be considered an elementary to middle-grade novel it kept my interest to the fullest. The publishing world is so interesting and heck I may even be interested in that line of work someday -- who knows. Also had some very touching moments with a strong family and friendship dynamic that I appreciated, the author is very adept at crafting a tale of realistic characters and story. ( )
  Pashii | Aug 28, 2017 |
I enjoyed reading this book! This book can be very inspiring for young readers giving them the idea that anything can happen! Not only does this book contain some empowering moments, it contained a lot of mistakes and mishaps as well. This allowed the book to teach some great lessons, for an example, there is an incident about cheating in school that occurs. This is something that can realistically happen therefore it teachers readers a strong message on what can happen if you cheat! The main characters Zoe and Natalie are two 6th grade girls that many readers can relate to. They are ambitious but also like normal students. The big message in this book is a lot about the important of family, good friends, and good moral values. Another message would be about working hard to get what you want and you will achieve, no matter the task. ( )
  ldewey1 | Feb 13, 2016 |
This is a wonderful children's novel, recommended to me by a friend. Twelve-year-old Natalie has written a short novel, and her best friend Zoe is convinced it should be published. Natalie's mother is an editor working in a publishing house, but Natalie doesn't want her to be biased... so the girls enlist the help of their English teacher, invent pseudonyms for themselves, and work out how to get the book into Natalie's mother's hands.

The characterisation is excellent, contrasting the quiet Natalie who lacks confidence and the outgoing, sometimes pushy Zoe; it's this contrast which moves the story along, making it difficult to put down, even though some of the ideas the girls have seem rather far-fetched when I think about it now. It's educational in a low-key kind of way, covering as it does the processes required to get a book published, including the legal contracts and publicity. There are are one or two less likeable, caricatured people - Natalie's mother's boss springs to mind - and while it isn't a humorous novel, there's a light-hearted feel to it which made me smile in places.

It's more than just the story of Natalie's novel; there are themes to be explored, such as office rivalry, and coming to terms with the loss of a parent, as well as the importance of standing up for one's dreams. Intended for approximate ages 8-12, this would probably appeal to some teenagers too... and parents! Highly recommended. ( )
  SueinCyprus | Jan 26, 2016 |
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