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  • Author:
    Barbara Park
  • ISBN:
    0394849787
  • ISBN13:
    978-0394849782
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  • Publisher:
    Knopf Books for Young Readers; First Edition edition (July 12, 1981)
  • Pages:
    114 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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Don't even try to make me smile about this," Charlie Hickle warns his . Barbara died in 2013, but her legacy lives on in the laughter her books.

Don't even try to make me smile about this," Charlie Hickle warns his parents. They've just dropped a major bombshell: They're getting a divorce - and they expect him to be happy for them! Well, Charlie has some big news for Mom and Dad: he's not going to let them get away with this! Instead of being cheerful, he launches a campaign to show them how he really feels. He refuses to eat this mother's cooking. He causes trouble in school. Barbara Park was born in New Jersey in 1947 and spent most of her adult life in Arizona, where she and her husband, Richard, raised two sons. Barbara died in 2013, but her legacy lives on in the laughter her books give to readers all over the world.

Barbara Park is also the author of award-winning middle grade novels and bestselling picture books, including Skinnybones, Mick Harte Was Here, and The Kid in the Red Jacket

Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). Barbara Park is also the author of award-winning middle grade novels and bestselling picture books, including Skinnybones, Mick Harte Was Here, and The Kid in the Red Jacket.

Others just act like nothing has happened at all. I always used to wonder which kind of person I was. Now I know. I’m the kind who goes nuts. I’m the kind who goes nuts y father told me about the divorce. My mother knocked on my door at the regular time to get me up for school. Are you awake, Charles? she called. I must admit, I was getting pretty good at not answering. It’s really very easy. All you have to do is not open your mouth

Don't Make Me Smile was written before what I consider Barbara Park's peak writing years, when everything she touched turned to literary gold. She lived in Phoenix, Arizona for Barbara Park received over 40 awards for her books, including 25 Children's Choice awards.

Don't Make Me Smile was written before what I consider Barbara Park's peak writing years, when everything she touched turned to literary gold. Still, it's almost on the same level as her greatest novels, such luminous masterpieces as Mick Harte Was Here, My Mother Got Married (and Other Disasters) and The Kid in the Red Jacket. Park was the daughter of a merchant and a secretary, Doris and Brooke Tidswell. She grew up in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey.

About Don’t Make Me Smile. Charlie Hickles’ parents are getting a divorce-and for some reason, they actually expect him to understand! But Charlie isn’t going to take this divorce lying down. About Don’t Make Me Smile. Don’t even try to make me smile about this," Charlie Hickle warns his parents. Barbara Park was best-known as the creator and author of the New York Times bestselling Junie B. Jones series, the stories of an outrageously funny kindergartener that have kept kids (and their grownups) laughing-and reading-for over two decades.

Barbara Park writes this book for children as well as adults. I read it to him and I'm so thankful to Barbara Park for the fun that we had reading her book. I am recently separated from my children's father and they haven't been very open to conversation about the divorce. Whether your family is going through a divorce or not, I strongly urge you to read this with your children

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A young boy has trouble adjusting to his parent's divorce.

FreandlyMan
My 3rd grader loves this book!
Meztisho
My child 9y old loved this book even that it is targeted to younger audience. She laughed so hard and did the project for school (cereal box book commercial) about this book.
Akinonris
This book deserves six stars! It was very funny. My favorite part was after the school program when Charles's mother came over to him and whispered to him that his zipper was down and when he saw the underwear all bunched up in his zipper! I like Barbara Park's books. She is today's funniest writers for children. I hope she keeps on writing.
Jum
Good series
JoJosho
I disliked the diverse stuff it was a little over my head. but over all Barbra parks Is a really good author and I liked the book
Flathan
My 9 yr. old daughter and I did enjoy this book, however, WARNING! Do not read this book if your child believes in Santa Claus or Easter Bunny. I was hoping to carry out the illusion for one more year but the author puts an abrupt end to that possibility.