Remembering Kaylee Cooper Kaylee Cooper is certain that Alex will become friends with a ghost this year Alex thinks that he is far too old to be listening to a first grader and encourages Kaylee to stop jeopardizing his import

  • Title: Remembering Kaylee Cooper
  • Author: ChristopherFrancis
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  • Page: 448
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  • Kaylee Cooper is certain that Alex will become friends with a ghost this year Alex thinks that he is far too old to be listening to a first grader and encourages Kaylee to stop jeopardizing his important sixth grade social life Kaylee doesn t listen and finds awkward ways to spend as much time with Alex as possible, even if it means following him into the boy s washroom.Kaylee Cooper is certain that Alex will become friends with a ghost this year Alex thinks that he is far too old to be listening to a first grader and encourages Kaylee to stop jeopardizing his important sixth grade social life Kaylee doesn t listen and finds awkward ways to spend as much time with Alex as possible, even if it means following him into the boy s washroom Fed up, Alex develops a strategic plan to ultimately help him get rid of Kaylee Cooper for good However, he soon learns about the mysterious legend of Screaming Ridge that pulls an unlikely group of friends together, including the girl of his dreams, and the school s meanest bully When they discover that the legend is real, and that Kaylee Cooper is at the core of the mystery, Alex stares death in the face and helps save her from an eternal life of misery and confusion.

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    About “ChristopherFrancis

    1. ChristopherFrancis says:

      Born in Brisbane, Australia, Christopher was accepted at age 19 into Sheridan College s Animation program before earning a degree in Sociology from McMaster University.He then enjoyed a two year adventure overseas working with children, before completing his Bachelor of Education degree at York University He is now teaching junior and intermediate level students in Burlington, Ontario.Through Christopher s experience working with children, he found writing and illustrating to be one of his passions Currently working on a middle grade series, he recently completed and illustrated the first three books He has also created seven other children s picture books and illustrated children s novels for independent authors.



    2 thoughts on “Remembering Kaylee Cooper

    1. This was actually a sweet story with a horror twist!Great story line & characters! But ended too soon! I wanted more!I would highly recommend this ♥

    2. Remembering Kaylee Cooper by Christopher Francis is a 2014 Curiosity Quills publication. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.First of all any time I review a YA novel I have to provide this disclaimer: I normally do not review in this category because I am out of touch with the targeted audience. I can't tell you the exact age group this book will belong in but I can give you a critical thinking assessment of the book.The set up:Alex is at that awkward stage where [...]

    3. Learning To Believe The TruthThis book was awesome! I couldn't believe how easy it was to read even while dealing with incredibly complicated and at times disturbing subject matter. It is a mesmerizing tale of growing up and life after death as well as dealing with the myriad other things normal children deal with every day. I will definitely want to share this with my children when they get older!Kaylee is in 1st grade and she has decided that Alex (a sixth grader) is her new best friend. She f [...]

    4. I was given the opportunity to read to review REMEMBERING KAYLEE COOPER as a part of the blog tour and I was instantly adoring of it. The author is skillful in his depiction of the students in this book, with Kaylee Cooper being the most special. I even experienced some chills!Kaylee Cooper seems to be a typical 1st grader with a crush on an older boy. She believes she can predict the future and she always follows up with, "Do you want to know how I know?", reminding me strongly of just about ev [...]

    5. Remembering Kaylee Cooper is yet another example of how engaging and talented Chris Francis is as an author. The richly woven text shares Alex's experience as he tries to fit into middle school and all that entails, but must also deal with Kaylee Cooper -a first grade student, who insists on pestering and following Alex around and making outrageous claims about who he will befriend this year! Anyone who has read a Chris Francis novel before, will love revisiting familiar characters and the conti [...]

    6. What an intriguing plot! This story played out like a movie with detailed description and superb character development that leaves you feeling as if you know what the characters are secretly thinking. I was captivated by the twists in the story that kept me turning pagesuldn't put it down! Christopher Francis is a talented author who envelops you in the story as if you were taking part yet still manages to keep you on the edge of your seat with unforseen details and turns in the plot.Highly reco [...]

    7. Chris Francis is an excellent writer! I was so engaged with the story I read it in a couple of hours!! A fantastic teen read that is relevant to how a teen struggles with life as well spooky and thrilling.

    8. I received a digital copy of this title from the publisher via Netgalley.Ten Second Synopsis:For some reason he just can't fathom, Adam is being constantly shadowed by first-grade girl, Kaylee Cooper. But is there more to Kaylee than meets the eye?This is a quick, middle grade ghost story that is pitched at the perfect level for a young audience. There is just enough creepiness to satisfy those who enjoy a scare and just enough mystery for those who like a puzzle. Alex is a likeable protagonist [...]

    9. (I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).(This review may contain spoilers).I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. The plotline was really interesting and engaging enough that it kept me reading throughout, even though I’m normally too tired to do much of anything after a night shift.It was nice to read a book that didn’t have demons in it. I really liked the paranormal aspects of this book and I also really liked the characters. It was also nice to see a well [...]

    10. I received an ebook from the publisher in exchange for review consideration. It does not change how I review a book and the review below is still my honest opinion.Quick Facts• Middle Grades Book but easily enjoyed by older readers• Ghost Story- Perfect October read• Supernatural with reality based middle school drama• Easy, fast paced readI really liked this book and it was a great pick to read in October. I am definitely not the target audience but I love YA books. This books can be en [...]

    11. I really enjoyed this book although it was written for younger readers. It has depth enough to keep an adult reader interested and wanting to figure out the whole mystery behind this charming little girl as well as the other things that occur in the book. There is plenty of material for the author to expand on the story in other books as you are left wondering so many things. What happened the night of the fire? Who pulled him from the river? Is the cat involved or not? Why could everyone see th [...]

    12. Remembering Kaylee Cooper is an intriguing story between reality and the unknown. The author does a wonderful job of narrating a story of a preteen boy and a girl caught between two worlds. I found this book to be very engaging and just the perfect length for young readers. Follow Alex on the adventure of a lifetime and find yourself in an engrossing story of coming to age and being caught between this world and beyond. Once I began reading this book, I couldn’t put it down, and thought how my [...]

    13. REVIEW: REMEMBERING KAYLEE COOPER by Christopher Francis A subtly haunting story whose core theme sneaks up on the reader like a silent fog, REMEMBERING KAYLEE COOPER is much more than at first appears. Alex Thomas is a haunted sixth-grader, pestered and badgered by an aggravating six-year-old named Kaylee Cooper, and Amber, her invisible best friend. Alex just wants to stay cool, avoid the overgrown school bully, and befriend Daisy, stepsister of Alex's friend Henry. What he doesn't want is ent [...]

    14. I feel this book is quite well written and designed as well as well edited. It is an easy to follow story with all the right touches. I like how the story takes you along and how connected the reader gets with every aspect. Emotions are drawn out from a soft gasp to a sad tear to a laugh out loud moment. The characters are well fleshed out and the plot has a nice flow with all the strings following through. I received an ARC through Curiosity Quills Press in exchange for an honest review. This i [...]

    15. What a wonderful story for both children and adults. Kaylee Cooper is the center figure concerning a local legend and Alex and is starting to think ghosts really do exist. He is joined by the school bully and the coolest girl in the 6th grade to help a ghost make her way off the earthly plain back to her family. Great characters make this a fast read.

    16. I read this book in one day because it was so good. The characters are real, the story has a wonderful pace and I really enjoyed the way the book started off. Young adults will really like this but don't be turned off by that classification, this is a book for all ages.

    17. Remembering Kaylee Copper is a intriguing book and really makes you think and wonder, I couldn't put it down from start to finish. The book is definitely worth the read.

    18. Remembering Kylee Cooper is a wonderful story for the entire family. Chris Francis has a wonderful ability to capture the quirky personalities and awkwardness of his young characters as they stumble through developing into adulthood. His characters are well developed, posses character arches when needed, will make you laugh, and always get in your heart. This is a great story and I recommend his other stories as well.

    19. A consistently engaging pace, likeable characters in Alex and Kaylee and a strong narrative despite one or two predictable threads. The writing was so fluid I finished reading this in 2 days.

    20. GoodThis book was kinda weird and a little predictable I don't think I liked it that much just enough to want to know how it ends

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