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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Elizabeth Cody Kimmel
  • ISBN:
    0060005866
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060005863
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  • Publisher:
    HarperColl; 1st edition (October 21, 2003)
  • Pages:
    245 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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Will Lily become cool or will she create the biggest catastrophe of her life? This is a great book for upper .

Will Lily become cool or will she create the biggest catastrophe of her life? This is a great book for upper elementary/middle school girls. Does this book have voice! Lily B. writes a diary as a summer assignment that is full of foreshadowing, plot twists, self-growth, and most of all a witty 13-year-old girl who is fed up with her boring parents and boring life. She meets up with some distant cousins who are too cool to be true and that's where the fun begins. Lily is simply a delicious character readers will adore.

Future biographers of Lily Blennerhassett, rejoice! Lily B. is keeping a journal to assist you in your work (and . Lily herself must be on the brink of cool to be hanging out with these hip folks

Yes, Lily expects to be a great novelist one day, winning all kinds of accolades and awards. Lily herself must be on the brink of cool to be hanging out with these hip folks. But why have Lily's parents forbidden her to spend time with the LeBlancs? When Lily stakes all for her fabulous friendship, her life becomes a nightmare.

Book in the Lily B. Series). by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel. Everyone can get swept into being cool and 'fitting in', but Lily was blown over! Her parents are dreadfully boring. The rest of her family is no better, including a 'tapeworm' aunt who doesn't even eat her own wedding cake.

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Then Lily meets the coolest girl, Karma, and her incredibly cool parents She is the author of many books for children, including the Lily B. series.

Then Lily meets the coolest girl, Karma, and her incredibly cool parents. And guess what? They're her relatives! This summer is looking up, and Lily things she just might be on the brink of cool. About the Author: Elizabeth Kimmel Willard, the pen name for Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, is a lifetime Little House enthusiast. She is the author of many books for children, including the Lily B. She lives in Cold Spring, New York, with her husband and their daughter.

3 primary works, 3 total works. Book 1. Lily B. on the Brink of Cool. Shelve Lily B. Authorship - Fiction, Family life - Fiction, Swindlers and swindling - Fiction, Friendship - Fiction, Diaries - Fiction.

by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel. Narrated by Kaili Vernoff. This summer is looking up, and Lily things she just might be on the brink of cool. You have this audiobook. Lily is having the most boring summer EVER.

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It is about Lily's life and in the beginning, I feel so happy. Then, in the middle and the end, I feel sort of sad about her friends. Summer Plans: Since my best friend, Charlotte, abandoned me to attend Young Executive Camp, I figured I was doomed for a vacation of boredom and Family Outings.

Meet me, Lily B., Aspiring Writer Extraordinaire:

Likes: Recording daily events in my journal (which will be widely read and praised when I become famous)

Dislikes: Family Outings, people who make their own beds in hotels (read: MY MOTHER), and most of the items in my closet as they are all incredibly uncool

Summer Plans: Since my best friend, Charlotte, abandoned me to attend Young Executive Camp, I figured I was doomed for a vacation of boredom and Family Outings. But something exciting has happened! I met the coolest girl, Karma, and her incredibly cool family, the LeBlancs. And guess what? We're related! This summer is looking up, my friends, and I think I just might be on the brink of cool. . . .


Zugar
Future biographers of Lily Blennerhassett, rejoice! Lily B. is keeping a journal to assist you in your work (and also because she needs the credits for Advanced English). Yes, Lily expects to be a great novelist one day, winning all kinds of accolades and awards. In the meantime, her life is dull with a capital D --- especially this summer.
Her best friend Charlotte leaves to attend Young Executive Camp. Lily's parents drag her off on Family Outings to tour accordion manufacturers, learn how to spin yarn, make cornhusk dolls, and other adolescent tortures. Well, let's face it: Lily's parents are uninteresting. Her father drives the speed limit in the fast lane. Her mother cares so much that people won't find them untidy that she makes their beds while staying at motels.
Ho hum.
Excitement skyrockets into her boring existence when Lily meets the glamorous LeBlanc family. Karma and her parents, Charles and Veronique, are Cool People. They're beautiful, dress amazingly, and care about the important things in life, such as the environment and vegetarianism. Lily herself must be on the brink of cool to be hanging out with these hip folks. But why have Lily's parents forbidden her to spend time with the LeBlancs? When Lily stakes all for her fabulous friendship, her life becomes a nightmare.
The story, told in rapid-fire diary entries, grabs the reader. I sat down to read a few pages and, gripped by the mystery of Lily's new buddies, finished the book in one enjoyable sitting. It's hard to imagine a more endearing character than Lily, who grows and changes throughout the story in a most satisfying manner. Elizabeth Cody Kimmel expresses essential themes --- the importance of family and the meaninglessness of appearances --- skillfully and joyfully. This is the stuff of which rabid fans are made. Oh, how I am hoping for a sequel!
--- Reviewed by Terry Miller Shannon (...)
Ximathewi
I really recommend this book. I'm eleven years old and I read it three times. I loved it. Although, I've read better books, I think it's a good book and girls will enjoy it. I definitely do not reccomend it to boys. Anyways, it's about a girl named Lily Blennerhassett who is thirteen and she has a boring life and her parents are weird and her bestfriend, Charlotte is away at a camp over the summer, so they can't be together like they always are. Then, Lily's aunt Delia is getting married. At first, the wedding is awful and Lily has to wear this ugly green dress her parents make her wear and all of the wedding guests are old and weird. Then she meets a family there thats really cool, the LeBlancs, they have a daughter Lily's age, Karma and they start hanging out together over the summer.....but Lily's parents dont like her hanging out with them.................to find out...you have to read it. It's a great book and I hope you decide to read it!!!!!!
Nalme
Lily B. on the Brink of Cool

By: Elizabeth Cody Kimmel

Characters

The main character is Lily. Lily is a fun creative writer who just wants to be cool. She is 13 and an only child. Lily believes she'll be famous and had already started her autobiography.

Karma is one of the minor. Karma hides her true personality by pretending she likes to help the poor and less fortunate. She says she's a vegetarian but Lily shall soon find out her true self.

Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc are Karma parents. Mr. & Mrs. LeBlanc are not your average parents. The LeBlanc's are carefree and love bragging about their daughter, Karma. Lily thinks of all the LeBlanc's are a hip, normal family that just tries to have fun and follows their opinions.

This book takes place in modern time at the Benderhasset's home and lake house.

The theme in Lily B. on the Brink of Cool is trust, because Lily should have trusted her parents but since she didn't she must work with the consequences.

I liked this book because Lily B. is just trying to fit in with cool people even if it means she has to change. It's exciting and is a storey that could really happen if you don't trust your family.
JUST DO IT
I really recommend this book. I'm eleven years old and I read it three times. I loved it. Although, I've read better books, I think it's a good book and girls will enjoy it. I definitely do not reccomend it to boys. Anyways, it's about a girl named Lily Blennerhassett who is thirteen and she has a boring life and her parents are weird and her bestfriend, Charlotte is away at a camp over the summer, so they can't be together like they always are. Then, Lily's aunt Delia is getting married. At first, the wedding is awful and Lily has to wear this ugly green dress her parents make her wear and all of the wedding guests are old and weird. Then she meets a family there thats really cool, the LeBlancs, they have a daughter Lily's age, Karma and they start hanging out together over the summer.....but Lily's parents dont like her hanging out with them.................to find out...you have to read it. It's a great book and I hope you decide to read it!!!!!! There's also alot of foreshadowing so there's clues about whats going on...youll be really shocked when you find out! It's really a great book