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Moving Day By Meg Cabot Tara Sands,

  • Title: Moving Day
  • Author: Meg Cabot Tara Sands
  • ISBN: 9780545039666
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Audio CD
  • 1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot s middle grade debut Format 5 CDs, UnabridgedWhen nine year old Allie Finkle s parents announce that they are moving her and her brothers from their suburban split level into an ancient Victorian in town, Allie s sure her life is over She s not at all happy about having to give up her pretty pink wall to wall carpeting for c 1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot s middle grade debut Format 5 CDs, UnabridgedWhen nine year old Allie Finkle s parents announce that they are moving her and her brothers from their suburban split level into an ancient Victorian in town, Allie s sure her life is over She s not at all happy about having to give up her pretty pink wall to wall carpeting for creaky floorboards and creepy secret passageways not to mention leaving her modern, state of the art suburban school for a rundown, old fashioned school just two blocks from her new house.
    Moving Day New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot s middle grade debut Format CDs UnabridgedWhen nine year old Allie Finkle s parents announce that they are moving her and her brothers from their subur

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    1. I am impressed with Meg Cabot s voice in this series She typically writes for teens, so I wasn t sure if her writing would translate well to the tween set, but I found Allie to be a pitch perfect tween Her worries about friends, her new house, and school are all things that are important to tweens and Meg Cabot doesn t trivialize any of Allie s fears They re all a big deal to her and that s ok and understandable I found that there was a lot happening in this novel from Allie s worries about movi [...]

    2. In order to create some sense in her life, 9 year old Allie Finkle decides to create a list of rules to live by, including such rules as Don t stick a spatula down your best friend s throat , Never eat anything red , and You can t take your rocks with you This list is even helpful to Allie when she finds out that her family is moving to a huge, old house across town She doesn t want to move even though a Dairy Queen is right around the corner, she ll be allowed to get a new pet kitten, the girl [...]

    3. i am really liking this book so far my favorite part was on page 2 when Allie stuck the spatula down Mary kay s throat that was one of the rules.I think that these are really funny.I just decided to read this because a girl in my class read it and said it was really good.And she s rigt so far.I think this book is realistic fiction because the events in this book could really happen to people.Like anyone could be moving.And anyone could get in a fight with their best friend November 18 2009 My le [...]

    4. This book is totally AWESOME I really, really like it and I bet I will like the other books It was REALLY, REALLY GREAT

    5. I ve always liked Meg Cabot s books for teens and adults, so it s no surprise she s able to bring the same humor and personality to her books for younger readers Very funny, very realistic I loved how awful the always crying sort of best friend was, as well as the awful Brittany.Something about Allie reminds me of a modern day Anastasia Krupnik Definitely recommended for girls who like not perfect goody goody main characters and who like to laugh Though through the laughs my heart for Allie some [...]

    6. I think that girls do rock and I agree with her and all the rules she has but I don t think that she rules for girls I think it was a good book for girls wh like funny books and chapter books when they move from house hoe she and her brother get when their parents tell them they have to move from house.

    7. This was a fun audio book for my trip Meg Cabot is very good at expressing the things that most 9 year old girls think, feel, and do The reader is excellent.

    8. I JUST FINISHED THE BOOK FINKLE RULES FOR GIRLS MOVING DAY.I REALLY LIKE THIS BOOK BECAUSE ITS BY MY FAVORITE AUTHOR MEG CABOTIS BOOK IS ALSO THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE PRINCESS DIARIES REASON WHY I LIKE THIS BOOK IS BECAUSE ON PAGE.164 A CHARACTER IN MY BOOK NAME ALLIE WENT TO A RESTAURANT NAMED LUNG CHUNGE WASN T ALL THAT PROUD BECAUSE HER FAMILY WERE MOVING TO A DIFFERENT NEIHBORHOOD AND SHE WAS GONNA LEAVE ALL HER FRIENDS WHEN SHE WENT TO THE LUNG CHUNG RESTAURANT SHE LOOKED AT THAT TURTL [...]

    9. Nine year old Allie keeps a list of rules to remind her how to be a good person and a good friend She knows that even good people sometimes have a hard time remembering all the rules, like never stick a spatula down your friend s throat When her parents announce they have bought a new house which Allie is sure is infested with a zombie hand , Allie does all she can to prevent them from moving She s not wild about her school or her best friend, but she knows being the new kid won t be great eithe [...]

    10. Moving Day is about a nine year old girl named Allie who is moving to a new house Allie went to her best friend Mary kay s house to make cupcakes for her birthday Mary kay does not want Allie to leave Either does Allie Allie s family went to see their new house and Allie met a girl her age Her name was Erika Erika went to the same school that Allie was going to, this new year Ericka s brother told Allie that their house was haunted But over time she saw that the house was not haunted and that sh [...]

    11. Allie Finkle is adorable This combination tomboy girlygirl 4th grader has a very authentic, down to earth voice In this first book of the series, Allie learns that her family will be movingo an old Victorian style house that is possibly haunted And one of Allie s rules is that you can t let your family move into a haunted house The book is full of rules to live by Some practical and some just quirky Allie funness Her escapades with pets, friends, and family were very entertaining Meg Cabot knows [...]

    12. This book is very good It is about a girl named Allie Her parents decide to move to a bigger house in a different part of the city Allie finds out from the kid next door that the house is very scary Now she wants to convince her parents that there is something scary going on in the attic because she wants to move back to the old house they lived in She misses her old friends and tries to do anything to move back to the old house You need to read the book to find out if there was something scary [...]

    13. This was a cute story Girls who grew up on Junie B Jones but are ready for bigger books will find a heroine that feels familiar in Ally Finkle She has the same spunk and general disregard for rules as Junie B I think my favorite part of the book was the fact that Ally lists the rules she learns from her experiences That s a nice jumping off point for a mother daughter book discussion on rules.

    14. I went through periods of listening to this just to know what Allie Finkle s all about to several laugh out loud moments guiltily, I admit, most of them were gross kid moments that I also thought were extremely funny It was a ight Would try another book in this series on for size Could be the next Ramona, you never know.

    15. Very good bookI hope I can read the next one The book was awesome I m glad I read this book It was DEFINITELY worth my time

    16. I thought it was really funny Sometimes she almost can relate to me I also like the author This is a pretty good book.

    17. I read the first book in my class with my friends, and I really was interested in Meg s books.When i finish all my books in my house, I will buy all Allie fickle s books.

    18. I ve always liked Meg Cabot s books for teens and adults, so it s no surprise she s able to bring the same humor and personality to her books for younger readers Very funny, very realistic I loved how awful the always crying sort of best friend was, as well as the awful Brittany.Something about Allie reminds me of a modern day Anastasia Krupnik Definitely recommended for girls who like not perfect goody goody main characters and who like to laugh Though through the laughs my heart for Allie some [...]

    19. In order to survive life, Allie Finkle relies on her book of rules, which is constantly being amended and updated However, one rule she has never thought about adding is what to do when your parents tell you they ve bought a house in another part of town This news brings not only the end of her friendship with her best friend since kindergarten, Mary Kay, but also the introduction of the new house and all its weird, scary possibilities.

    20. This was one of my favorite books when I was in middle school, and reading it as an adult was just as fun Allie feels like a throughly three dimensional character whose voice leaps off the pages While the book is intended for juvenile audiences, adults can definitely enjoy reading this too Allie is funny throughout the entire book, and many of her rules are timeless.

    21. More like Allie Finkle s Self Righteous Rules for Herself It has a good amount of realistic fiction appeal, and she has a good point sometimes But other times she gives really bad advice yes, I know she s a kid, but it s still bad advice and comes off as bratty.

    22. I can see myself recommending this book to 4th and 5th grade students Allie conquers irrational fears of zombie hands, learns how to deal with selfish friends, has a love of science, has a geode collection, rescues a turtle, and likes dairy queen What s not to recommend

    23. Skewed toward the younger YA audience Still a classic Meg Cabot novel I don t remember having that much drama as a 4th grader.

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