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by Fiona Rosenbloom
- ISBN: 0786838892
- Category: Сhildren's books
- Author: Fiona Rosenbloom
- Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children; Reprint edition (September 16, 2008)
- Pages: 224 pages
- FB2 size: 1710 kb
- EPUB size: 1143 kb
- Rating: 4.9
- Votes: 867
This book was We Are So Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah is a story about a girl named Stacy and her friend, Lydia. All the summer before 8th grade they have been coming up with a new style, preferably to impress Kym and her group of friends.
This book was We Are So Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah is a story about a girl named Stacy and her friend, Lydia. But Kym isn't really interested in them as a friend, she's interested in their other friend, Kelly.
Eighth-grader Stacy Friedman will do anything to be accepted into the cool clique, even crashing the biggest Bar Mitzvah of the year. Originally published in hardcover: New York : Hyperion, 2007. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe7. hongkong on September 19, 2018.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Stacy Friedman has just had the most amazing summer of her life. At camp, she and her best friend, Lydia. Do they get caught? Do The Chicas finally accept them in their clique? Read We Are SO Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah! to find out. We Are So Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah! is a very good book and I would highly recommend reading it. It never gets boring, and it is a real page-turner. It seems like a good book for children ages 10-14. It sends a very good message about being true to yourself and being a good friend.
Stacy Friedman has just had the most amazing summer of her life. At camp, she and her best friend, Lydia, met a girl who trained them in all things cool. Equipped with this new knowledge, they're set to make an unforgettable back-to-school debut. Unfortunately, Stacy and Lydia aren't the ones turning heads at Jefferson Junior High.
Stacy, who is understandable but hard to like, decides to crash the bar mitzvah along with Lydia
Stacy, who is understandable but hard to like, decides to crash the bar mitzvah along with Lydia. In a scene that is more likely to make readers wince than laugh, the girls, though initially successful, make total fools of themselves; then they're caught, roundly humiliated and shunned. Some personal reflection and a conversation with a wise rabbi helps Stacy learn that real friendship and kindness are more important than popularity.
But Stacy refuses to accept this social blacklisting in the hilarious follow-up to "You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah . Purchase more than 1 book from my store and save on shipping. Each additional item ships for only.
But Stacy refuses to accept this social blacklisting in the hilarious follow-up to "You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah!.
The negative implications of overly indulgent Bar Mitzvah parties is clear without being overly didactic to young readers. In the end, Stacy relies on the wisdom of the lessons she learns from her Rabbi, which nicely balances the extravagant bar mitzvah scenes. Stacy and Lydia are typical teenagers with a realistic and positive Jewish identity.
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