Agnes Parker . . . Girl in Progress

Agnes Parker Girl in Progress Eleven year old Agnes Parker has always been your everyday girl But this year Agnes is determined to become a whole new person Maybe not a whole new person exactly but just a better version of the g

  • Title: Agnes Parker . . . Girl in Progress
  • Author: Kathleen O'Dell
  • ISBN: 9780142402283
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eleven year old Agnes Parker has always been your everyday girl But this year, Agnes is determined to become a whole new person Maybe not a whole new person exactly, but just a better version of the girl she s always been Someone who s not such an easy target for bullygirls like Peggy Neidermeyer Someone who is as cool and confident as her best friend, Prejean Will thEleven year old Agnes Parker has always been your everyday girl But this year, Agnes is determined to become a whole new person Maybe not a whole new person exactly, but just a better version of the girl she s always been Someone who s not such an easy target for bullygirls like Peggy Neidermeyer Someone who is as cool and confident as her best friend, Prejean Will the new Agnes Parker make it through a school year filled with new glasses, broken arms, and a cute new boy in school

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    1. Oh I remember reading this book in the 4th grade! I don't even know if this book is very well known but it was one of the first books that I truly really liked and made me want to read a lot more books! I've been searching for this one for ages and now I've finally found it! I can't remember the boy's name in this book but he was my favorite character.

    2. Bullyingg is so realistic in todays society and this a good book of how things happen to our children. The strength of Agnes is immaculate. She shows just how a person can become better in areas they are determined to.

    3. “…for one thing, whenever someone says something you don’t like-you look at me. At me! Like I’m always supposed to say something and make all the bad people go away! Puh-leez! That’s soooo babyish.” (O’Dell, 78). Agnes Parker… Girl in Progress is a novel written by Kathleen O’Dell. Most of the story takes place at a school and part of it at the main character’s house. The major characters are: Agnes, Neidermeyer, Joe and Prejean. This story talks about a 6th grade girl, Agnes [...]

    4. The interesting story " Agnes Parker Girl in Progress" written by the famous author Kathleen O'Dell talks about the life of an eleven years old sixth grader and how she survived a bully at her school, Peggy Neidermeyer. Agnese is not a part of the "popular" group, she is actually not in any group. Agnese and her best friend, Prejean are the best of friends, it's like them against the world. At her school, there was a new kid who was also her neighbor, Joe who both Agnese and Prejean had a crush [...]

    5. The book Agnes Parker Girl in Progress is written by Kathleen O’Dell. The book was published by Dial Books and is 158pg long. On the cover of the book is a girl standing with her arms out which looks like to be Agnes Parker. She is standing around some images which look like to be what is going to happen in the book. There are pictures and are labeled with different things. There is a brown fence labeled “talking fence”, a phone labeled “Prejean”, and a picture of candy labeled “Pois [...]

    6. Agnes ParkerGirl in Progress is probably the most exciting story of the series yet. Agnes is, I do admit, barely anything like her BFF Prejean. For one thing, Prejean has the guts to actually talk to a boy, whereas Agnes can't say anything but two words to one, if they even talk to her directly. Oh, yeah, and Prejean has even more guts to challenge Neidermeyer, which is something Agnes would never dream of. ButPrejean DOESN'T have a really nice boy living over the fence, that will actually COME [...]

    7. Finished it in an hour. Noticing it next to the book I was looking for in the library, I picked it up thinking it'd be nice to have a change. The book is directed at a younger audience (middle schoolers I suppose). At the beginning I was just like ugh I am not going to enjoy this, this is too cheesy and cliché. But I kept going because it seems like a fast read and won't take up too much of my time (one more book down for 2012 Reading Challenge!). I sympathize with the protagonist, Agnes', situ [...]

    8. I read this book for In2Books, a great program that matches elementary school kids with adults as electronic book-reading pen pals. From the adult pen-pal side, it's fun to read the books and write to my partner, and everything I've read says that the program has been hugely sucessful, since it motivates kids to want to read, and serves as an introduction to discussing books with others in an exciting way.The book itself is charming. I never really read books like this even when I was the age th [...]

    9. This is the story of sixth grader Agnes who has decided that this year she will become a whole new person. Or at least a better version of what she has been. Her best friend, Prejean is always calm and cool but she accuses Agnes of being too nice, which is why she gets picked on by bullies like Peggy Niedermeyer. We follow her antics through sixth grade as she gets new glasses, breaks her arm and has to get a cast (but she gets a lavender one!), and becomes friends with a new boy at school. This [...]

    10. Agnes Parker Girl in Progress by Kathleen O'Dell is about a girl named Agnes Parker . It talks about her changing herself from ordinary to something else .Agnes is eleven years old . She has blonde medium lenth hair and is a really nice person . Unless your mean to her . Then she wont be as nice as you think . Neidermeyer is a rude popular girl . She is always picking on Agnes . Of course Agnes doesn't let her get the last laugh . Agnes comes up with a way to shut Neidermeyer up . I would recome [...]

    11. This is obviously a kids book for girls.I read it as part of a reading pen pal program called in2books. The story focuses on all the differences Agnes has in relation to all others in the bookHer bra, her glasses, her broken arm. When I replied to my pen pal I could relate to the main character and talk about my disability as being a difference I have. The point of the book is that differences are what make us unique and they should not be seen as bad.

    12. A book that offers a realistic look at the trials and tribulations of an average fifth and sixth graders. No great social statements, or earth shattering issues are discussed in this book; all in all a good fluffy read for the 9-12 year old girl. I am sure the girls will be looking for more Agnes Parker books when they finish this one.

    13. In 6th grade Agnes has to deal with a scary teacher, a bully, and feelings for the new boy. There are some hard topics that she has to deal with at such a young age. It's a good story for middle age students.

    14. This was a good book becase she got in a fight with Prejean and then they got back together but then she got in a fihgt with a really nice guy and she was sort of acting wierd then she became friends and got much stronger. This was a great book.

    15. I absolutly loved this book! I love the way the character thinks and how she occasionally does things she doesn't mean to do and that it's ok do mess up sometimes. I loved this story!

    16. i learned that there are alot of things in life to look foward to . plus dont stick your nose in thinks that you dont belong in.

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