Eleven [Lauren Myracle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Offering a month-by-month account of Winnie’s 11th year, this lighthearted and well-observed novel is sure to strike a familiar chord with girls on the brink of. The Winnie Years is an ongoing series of children’s fiction novels by American author Lauren Myracle. The first entry in the series, Eleven, was published on.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Eleven by Lauren Myracle. Winnie knows that change isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, especially when laurej means her best friend, Amanda, might be dropping ekeven for someone else.
Throw in a grumpy teenage sister, a cat who gets trapped in the wall, and a crush who has pinkeye, and you’ve got one big mess–one that Winnie’s not going to clean up!
Eleven — Lauren Myracle
Winnie’s decided that she’s going to remain exactly the sa Winnie knows that change isn’t all it’s cracked myacle to be, especially when it means her best friend, Amanda, might be dropping her for someone else.
Winnie’s decided that she’s going to remain exactly the same, no matter what the rest of the world does.
But every month brings crazy adventures. A lot can change in a year. Paperbackpages. Published by Puffin Books first published February 9th The Winnie Years 2. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Elevenplease sign up. Katelyn The first book of the series is Ten, the second is Eleven, the third is Twelve, the fourth is Thirteen, the fifth is Thirteen Plus One, the sixth is …more The first myracoe of the series is Ten, the second is Eleven, the third is Twelve, the fourth is Thirteen, the fifth is Thirteen Plus One, the sixth is Thirteen Plus Two, and the last one is Sixteen less.
See 1 question about Eleven…. Lists with This Book. May 24, Beck rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is the voice of any tween girl. Winnie is like any other girl – she’s growing up, she has family, friends, enemies, and crushes. Most importantly, eeven has Amanda, her BFF who is pretty, sweet, and popular. As sixth grade approaches, she finds Amanda being taken away by a rich and snooty girl, Gail.
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While trying to cope over the loose of Amanda, she befriend DInah, and clumsy, not so popular girl who is looking for a friend. You’ll watch over the months as Winnie grows and changes as a This book is the voice of any tween girl.
You’ll watch over the months as Winnie grows and changes as a person, experiencing new troubles, fears, ideas, and friendships. It’s a touching book, full of comedy and realistic fiction. The three other sequels are amazing as well, as Winnie advances toward her high school years and sees the world around wleven change.
Jan 23, Kallie Polk rated it it was amazing. This book is about an 11 year old girl named Winnie who is not like other girls. She doesnt care about the way she looks or how she acts unlike most girls do.
When summer comes and sixth grade is inching closer Winnie finds that her relationship with her best friend,Amanda, is gradually fading.
Amanda is now getting caught up in boys and fashion. When Winnie and Amanda go to the beach together in the summer,Amanda is wearing a colorful bikini while Winnie finds herself wearing a tattered Book 1: When Winnie and Amanda go to the beach together in the summer,Amanda is wearing a colorful bikini while Winnie finds herself wearing a tattered red one-piece. This is just the start of their friendship fading.
The school year starts and everything is going fine until Amanda finds a new best friend,Gail. Gail doesnt like Winnie so Amanda and her arent as close as before.
Throughout the school year, Winnie meets her match,has to deal with a mean sister,a crush with a pink eye, and a new best friend. I liked this book because of its plot. It tells things that could really happen to an eleven year old girl. I would reccomend it to girls who are ages 11 and up. Thanks for reading my review and read “Eleven” by Lauren Myracle.
View all 3 comments. Sep 15, Lesli Diaz rated it it was myracls. What I thought about this book while I was reading it was that I liked it a lot because it had many details about what she elevej every day for one year until she turned twelve years old. I will recomend this book to girls in my class. Nov 26, Adrien added it. I apsoloutley luv this series. Oct 30, Payton Woolvett rated it really liked it. This a good book for you if you don’t like tragedy or scary stuff but I liked it alot!
Oct 26, The Rusty Key rated it liked it. Reviewed by Rusty Key Writer: Becca Worthington Recommended for: Girls age 10 and up. Rleven This is an entirely wholesome and heartfelt book that perfectly captures the joy, awkwardness, delight and heartbreak and for adult readers, the nostalgia of fifth grade.
As the primary theme, the pain and loss of growing apart from your best friend is fully and honestly explored, and the book is a remark Reviewed by Rusty Key Writer: As the primary theme, the pain and loss of growing apart from your best friend is fully and honestly explored, and the book is a remarkably sensitive portrayal of pre-pubescent growth and change.
Winnie is an entertaining protagonist, and it is a pleasure to be inside of her head for incredibly well-written pages. She has a sleepover with her closest friends. They make pizzas and giggle into the night, and her life-long best friend Amanda gives her a myrqcle named Sweetie-Pie. It looks like myrcale will be the best year of her life. What do you do when your best friend is growing up faster than you are? Throw in a complicated crush on a boy that draws awesome spaceships, an icky non-crush on a boy that pick his nose, and the sweet but clueless Dinah following Winnie around like a puppy, and eleven may be a challenging year after all.
Perhaps the loveliest thing about Eleven which is carried throughout the series in Twelve, Thirteen and Thirteen Plus One is its celebration of positive values.
The book has strong messages of kindness, loyalty, honesty, imagination, patience, and above all, family. In this day and age, a loving and honest portrayal of a non-broken home is rarely depicted, let alone with such warmth and tenderness. Sure, they squabble and annoy each other, in a very real and sometimes painful way, but there is deep love between them.
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The parents, while undeniably dorky in a way that only parents can be, are kind and genuine. For more reviews from The Rusty Key, visit us at www. Jan 19, Wendy Robinson czenszak rated it did not like it. We listened to the audiobook in the car. Elecen don’t know if it’s because we listened to the audiobook, but I thought this was horrible.
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Most of the eleve were extremely unlikeable. The narrator sounded like a 6 year old instead of an 11 year old. The men’s voices made them all sound like idiots. We had to stop listening because it put us all in bad moods. My 9 year old actually got nervous while reading this that this is what she’ll have to look forward to.
It would’ve been much better if ther We laugen to the audiobook in the car. It would’ve been much better if there was a message delivered that your appearance isn’t everything, and that you should seek an adult’s assistance when dealing with tricky issues especially bullies. We will not be reading any others in the series. Dec 09, Michelle Wrona rated it it was amazing. I knew it that this will be a perfect tween book for me since when I read this book, I was 9, a tween.
I absolutely loved it! Myracle takes the perfect role of an eleven year old girl, who is just the perfect touch to make the book great. Oct 16, Allison laureen it it was amazing Recommends it for: I really liked this book so i read the sequel, Tweleve and I hope to read he one after that, Thirteen soon! View all 8 comments. Oct 12, Danielle added it.
Nov 21, Elwven Herrera rated it it was amazing. Aug 31, Lizzy rated myeacle really liked it.
Jul 13, Becca rated it really liked it. Feb 16, Dana added it. So far, so good. View all 12 comments.