The Popularity Papers Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham Chang are best friends with one goal to crack the code of popularity Lydia s the bold one aspiring theater star stick fighting enthusiast human guinea pig Julie s th

  • Title: The Popularity Papers
  • Author: Amy Ignatow
  • ISBN: 9780081098421
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham Chang are best friends with one goal to crack the code of popularity Lydia s the bold one aspiring theater star, stick fighting enthusiast, human guinea pig Julie s the shy one observer and artist, accidental field hockey star, faithful recorder In this notebook they write down their observations and carry out experiments to try to deLydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham Chang are best friends with one goal to crack the code of popularity Lydia s the bold one aspiring theater star, stick fighting enthusiast, human guinea pig Julie s the shy one observer and artist, accidental field hockey star, faithful recorder In this notebook they write down their observations and carry out experiments to try to determine what makes the popular girls tick But somehow, when Lydia and Julie try to imitate the popular girls, their efforts don t translate into instant popularity Lydia ends up with a bald spot, their parents won t stop yelling, and Julie finds herself the number one crush of Roland Asbj rnsen Worse, they seem to be drifting farther and farther from their goal and each other.Amy Ignatow s hilarious debut novel introduces the intrepid fifth graders Julie and Lydia, whose quest to understand popularity may not succeed in the ways they want, but will succeed in keeping readers in stitches.

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    1. There are good and bad results that occur when a book like Diary of a Wimpy Kid hits the stratosphere. On the one hand, suddenly publishers are a lot more open-minded about breathing life into books that mix text and images in new and unique ways. The door opens a little wider for unconventional titles that straddle a variety of writing genres and styles and (normally) don't win any literary awards. That's the good. The bad thing is that as a result any book that tries to make any headway in the [...]

    2. I wish these books had been around when I was younger. The scrapbook style makes it fun to look at and the story is one that most young girls can relate to. My favorite part is how the author does not make a big deal of the fact that one of the characters has two dads. The author chooses not to explain the situation to the audience, and instead allows the readers to understand the situation intuitively, just like a reader would do with a family that had a mom and dad instead. I found this very r [...]

    3. I started this book kind of expecting a cheesy kid book, instead, I got a HILARIOUS read that I liked so much it took me a day to read! In "The Popularity Papers" two 5th grade girls, Lydia and Julie, research how you become popular. They do experiments (i.e. dying ahir like a popular girl does, wearing an outfit like a popular girl does, etc.) and make observations and record them in their notebook along with illustrations and side conversations. On the back it says "For ages 9-13", I disagree- [...]

    4. Jeden z nejkrásnějších letteringů, co jsem kdy dělal! Mrzelo mě, že nejsem holka (One of the most beautiful lettering I've ever made! I was sorry that I'm not a girl )

    5. An illustrated journal in the style of Amelia’s Notebook, The Popularity Papers documents Lydia and Julie’s preparations to become popular when they begin middle school. They document and try the activities of the popular girls, like dyeing a streak in their hair, or taking up knitting. This is the usual unpopular friends try to become popular and grow apart when one of them has success, before realizing they need to be themselves story, but it’s clever and the artwork is excellent, and it [...]

    6. In a quest for popularity, 5th graders Julie and Lydia decide to record the behavior, dress and activities of those kids who have already achieved the elite status of "popular". The girls keep a co-authored journal including "hand-written" notes in each girls distinctive handwriting and colored illustrations. Julie and Lydia experiment with new wardrobes, hairstyles and participating in different extra-curricular activities. The experiment yields different results for each girl and turns out to [...]

    7. The Popularity Papers was a charmingly cute read told in diary format by two fifth grade girls- Lydia and Julie. While Lydia is the out-spoken one who craves to be the center star of everyone's lives (blame the theater geek in her), Julie would just be happy being on the sidelines being the quiet, sullen smart one. Both were fun to read about, even if I did sometimes find it hard to support their quenching desire to be popular. Though, they were fifth graders, so what could you expect? Also they [...]

    8. In a quest for popularity, 5th graders Julie and Lydia decide to record the behavior, dress and activities of those kids who have already acheived the elite status of "popular". The girls keep a co-authored journal including "hand-written" notes in each girls distinctive handwriting and colored illustrations. Julie and Lydia experiment with new wardrobes, hairstyles and participating in different extra-curricular activities. The experiement yields different results for each girl and turns out to [...]

    9. I have to admit, I sort of only read this book because of the drawings. I think that the other girl with the short brown hair is an artist and I spent so much time trying to copy the drawings. But the book was also good. It was really funny at some points.

    10. This is amazing book! I love it so much, my favorite is Julie! If you like reading graphic novels this is the book to read, it has great pictures and a awesome story! Read it today!

    11. The Popularity Papers: Research for the Social Improvement and General Betterment of Lydia Goldblatt & Julie Graham-Chang is a mouthful of a title, but a bucket full of charm, humor, and heart. Amy Ignatow's quirky diary format style and illustrations combine to make a story about two friends that is worthy of such an impressive title.Fifth-graders Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham-Chang are life long best friends who have one mission: become popular. To succeed in their mission they set out [...]

    12. Okay so just me or do these two characters look pretty much exactly like Garfunkel and Oates, those two comedians off Netflix? I have never actually watched Garfunkel and Oates, so that puts an end to the comparison.This is not the sort of book I would normally pick up. My nine-year-old daughter has inherited (or been subconsciously ruined by myself) to avoid books with pink and pastel covers. No, actually the publishing industry ruined those kinds of books on their own. Yes, and toy manufacture [...]

    13. Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham-Chang have been best friends since they were babies. In their quest to enter middle school as part of the popular crowd, they set out to observe several popular classmates to find out just what makes them popular. They record their observations in a shared notebook. Julie is the more shy member of the pair, but also an artist. Lydia is less afraid to try new things, but sometimes goes a little too far.As they get to know the popular girls, they start spending les [...]

    14. So, Daisy (my 7-year-old) picked this one off the shelf. I tend to wonder a bit when a title uses the word "popular" or "popularity" in them. There is just too much junk to fill our kids' minds already, so I read this one over since Daisy really wanted to read it. It was okay. There were moments that made me laugh, but it's because I am a 30-something person who has already gone through some of that angst-ridden, pre-teen stuff. Do I think it was age-appropriate? Not for my 2nd grader. Was it te [...]

    15. This book was so intriguing and fun to read. It is about two girls who want to be popular and have decided to try to examine the popular girls and do experiments to see if they will become popular. It is written in a really neat way: like an actual diary. Each of the main characters have their own writing, one is in cursive and one isn't. I think that this book would be great for upper elementary schoolers and would be very engaging. I would use this book as a book club series in my future class [...]

    16. I just finished reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid (and thoroughly enjoyed it) when I happened upon this book @ the store today. I figured I could give it a shot since they seemed pretty similar by outward appearances. now, I don't know if because I'm a girl I enjoyed this one better, or just that it was betterfinitely worth the read- the comedic relief in the book is FANTASTIC, as is the artwork that accompanies the story.

    17. I laughed out loud all through this book! It sounds like 5th grade girls. I loved the two main characters and their personalities. At first the format was challenging, but one I got a few pages in, I loved all the back and forth banter, the funny illustrations, and the silliness that is girl talk. A great recommendation for older elementary readers!

    18. Probably more like a 4-4.5, but just wanted to convey how much I enjoyed this book. It's like the Diary of a Wimpy Kid format of a journal, but it doesn't feel like a knock-off. Great art, humorous, and a message that doesn't feel heavy-handed. I would definitely recommend this one to kids, mostly girls.

    19. My daughter really loves these books so she wanted me to try one out. The message of the book was pretty good, though I did not love the path the characters took in some parts. I did like the way it is told through pictures and and as a diary back and forth. My daughter likes practicing reading the cursive sections. :)

    20. This book and the second one are VERY easy reads. They dont have much of a story line, so they arent the kind of book that you get hooked to. Every page has pictures on it, so it makes it even shorter. Also, it is almost like reading a long picture book.

    21. This is a great, fun book - a light & funny look at two fifth grade girls on a mission to discover the secrets of popularity. It's written as a shared notebook, with drawings, notes back & forth between the girls, etc. Great for fans of the WIMPY KID series!

    22. A really authentic look at trials and tribulations of pre-teen friendships. Also a great example of non-traditional format featuring lots of cursive handwriting!

    23. Veliká legrace! :D Připomíná mi to "dopisovníček", sešit, který jsme měli s kamarádkou na základce a vytvářeli jsme v něm podobné malůvky a důležité poznámky :D

    24. Eh. I liked it, but I didn't love it. It's definitely better for younger readers instead of teenagers. It has some good messages and some funny moments.

    25. There are good and bad results that occur when a book like Diary of a Wimpy Kid hits the stratosphere. On the one hand, suddenly publishers are a lot more open-minded about breathing life into books that mix text and images in new and unique ways. The door opens a little wider for unconventional titles that straddle a variety of writing genres and styles and (normally) don't win any literary awards. That's the good. The bad thing is that as a result any book that tries to make any headway in the [...]

    26. The Popularity Papers Research For The Social Improvement and General Betterment of Lydia Goldblatt & Julie Graham-Chang is the first book out of 8 from this series. The book is in the genre: Friendship and it is a fiction book. This book is about to girls that are best friends named Julie and Lydia.They have just started middle school and they are trying to reach the top of popularity. They meet some new people on the way of their research. Lydia has a mom and a sister and Julie has two dad [...]

    27. So I read the book The Popularity Papers by Amy Lgnatow. The setting is in there school and at their houses mostly, the time is usally durning th day. One of the main characters are Lydia, she was bloonde hiar thats cruley, and blue eyes, and is a drama girl, the other main character is Julie she has Brown straight short hair, loves to read (has a jurnal of her secrets that she reads and adds into everyday), and also is a drama girl. The conflict/ maijor problem in this book is they want to beco [...]

    28. Age: Upper Elementary- 6th gradeGenre: Contemporary Realistic This book was totally different then what I am used to reading. It was written in "comic book" form. It is a journal between two best friends and how they are going to become "popular" before they go into middle school. What I found interesting is that both main characters have difference family dynamics. The one girl has just a mom and the other has two dads. I haven't read a book where they talk about this dynamic and I found it int [...]

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