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Freaky Friday

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This short middle school book review focuses on Freaky Friday.

Title: Freaky Friday

Level: Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8

Mode: Response to Literature

Form: Book Review

Completed Rubric: Freaky Friday Rubric

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Freaky Friday

The book I read was Freaky Friday by Mary Rogers. The copy right is 1972. All I know about the author is that she dedicated the book to Nina, Kimmy and Ma.

The setting doesn’t really play a role in this book. Since almost all of the story takes place in the appartment. The only part that she’s outside is when she goes to the grocery store.

There is only really one main character of this book her name is Annabel. Annabel is a normal teenager. Her room is kept a mess and her attitude is normal She doesn’t really like her brother because he’s smarter and cleaner. She’s not really jealous of him, just anoyed. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown. Her hair is medium length.

The mane event is when Annabel wakes to find herself in her mother’s body. One of the conflicts is when Annabel’s dad calls home to talk to Annabel’s mother (which is really Annabel) and tells her that hes having house guests for supper. Annabel ends up using the boy downstairs for a cook. While he’s cooking Annabel goes to a school for a confrence. The boy loses Annabel’s little baby brother. They finally find her brother at the neighbor’s house. It ends when the family and their company are eating dinner as themselves.

The theme is don’t judge a book by its cover. By that I mean some jobs may look easy but when your in that position it’s harder than it seems.

I liked the book, I thought it really got me into the character and what she thought. I don’t know if I would recomend it to a friend, but I liked it.

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