Publish date: February 1st 2010
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Coming Of Age
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Smile (#1)
Nothing makes me smile harder than seeing my little ones read. I caught my oldest little man reading this check-out at odd times... those times being any time when he could be watching his favorite you-tubers. He loved it, I adored it. This is where I'm supposed to tell you about the whole story and...
This book could be used for grades 4-6 where students are going through changes like braces and glasses. It could help students feel more comfortable about themselves.
Cute graphic novel based on the authors childhood, and the struggles faced in the tween/early teen years, especially when braces are involved. It almost felt like a walk down memory lane, though I was very lucky to have less-judgmental friends than poor Raina. The lessons learned in this book are ...
Around the Year Reading Challenge Item #35: An Award-Winning book (Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Winner)So, even though everyone who has laid eyes on this graphic novel seems to love it, regardless of age, I was never particularly interested in reading it. But it came up on my book club's reading...
This book was pretty predictable because when she falls and brakes her teeth. It is very predictable that she well need to go threw all the process to get them fix that means she has to go threw a lot of pain and lots of changed is she wants to get them done. i thought this book was just right for m...