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  • Hardcover
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  • My Life in Pictures
  • Deborah Zemke
  • en
  • 13 December 2018
  • 9780803741546

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My Life in Pictures Download Ç 100  When Bea’s first and only best friend Yvonne moves to Australia not even drawing makes Bea feel better And things only get worse when a loud rambunctious boy moves in next door He’s nothing at al. A cute chapter book featuring a Hispanic main character Bea s best friend moves away and a monster has moved in next door Will they become friends

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My Life in Pictures Download Ç 100 Fans of Amelia’s Notebook and Judy Moody will love this friendship story bursting with doodles and pictures  Bea Garcia is an artist She draws anywhere and everywhere but mostly in her own notebook. I read this one out loud to my students and they really liked it It s on the list for the PYRCA list for grades k 3 It s a good one to recommend to students who are looking for something like Diary of a Wimpy Kid since it s written in a similar format

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My Life in Pictures Download Ç 100 L like Yvonne But with a little imagination and a whole lot of doodles Bea Garcia might just make a new friend   This first book in a brand new chapter book series is a must read for doodlers everywhe. Bea Garcia is an artist She draws anywhere and everywhere but mostly in her own notebook When Bea s first and only best friend Yvonne moves to Australia not even drawing makes Bea feel better And things only get worse when a loud rambunctious boy moves in next door Bert is definitely not new friend material Bea calls him The Monster and he teases Bea both at home and at schoolThis is book one in the new Bea Garcia series It is perfect for emerging readers The print is larger and there are not too many words per page because Bea s drawings occupy a lot of space Best of all it has a plot that kids can relate to and it s funny The pictures formatting and spacing of the book remind me a little of Andy Griffith s Treehouse series and Bea s voice reminds me a little of Junie B Jones although she s much nicerI think the ending was realistic in the fact that Bea and Burt don t become friends Bea s drawing abilities get her off of Burt s list of victims when he becomes the subject of her sketches As they are studying faraway places Bea imagines and sketches Burt faraway also Her teacher Mrs Grogan confiscates Bea s notebook and shares it with the class Bea predicts disaster but Burt revels in getting the class s attention and Bea is revealed as the class artist Both get the recognition they are craving and end up not friends but not enemies either There is some diversity here in the fact that Bea Garcia is hispanic and a few Spanish words are introducedThis book would be best for younger readers grades 2 4 It would probably appeal to girls than boys