Just Jaime (Emmie & Friends) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-08 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" I won this book thru a Good Reads give-a-way. My grand daughter and I read it outloud every night. It was so nice to hear her remind me to read at night instead of the other way around. We both enjoyed this book! " said.

" A realistic portrayal of middle-school friendship drama. Characters are at the end of their Grade 7 year. In typical Libenson fashion, there’s a little surprise at the end. I preferred Just Jaime over Libenson's two other stories. " said.

" “As my older cousin says, middle school is like a huge bowl of drama soup...”—Jaime Daniels " said.

" This happened to me. And now I'm thinking that maybe it's happened to every girl (whether you were part of the group that turned their back on a friend or the friend who everyone turned on). Highly recommend this to all girls going into or in middle school.I could have done away with the tie in with her teacher at the end; nothing is tied up that perfectly. Wasn't necessary. " said.

" Libenson captures the essence of middle school so phenomenally well. This is a great book for middle schoolers going through difficulties with their friends or who are feeling out of place. " said.

" A must read for all middle school girls " said.

"Just Jaime is a wonderful middle-grade graphic novel about friendship and growing up. Told in alternating points of view between Jaime and Maya, the story takes place on their last day of 7th grade. Jaime has been feeling that something is “off” with her friend group as they have been acting different towards her. When she confronts Maya, their friendship ends over a text message. Drama ensues! This graphic novel has wonderful illustrations and tackles the topic of bullying very well. Like Terri Libenson’s other graphic novels, Invisible Emmie and Positively Izzy, the story ends with a small twist. This is a wonderful book for all ages and especially for fans of Raina Telgemeier." said.

" Cross between a fiction novel and a graphic novel. Jaime and Maya are friends but break up because of pressure from a mean girl. 7th grade so good for younger teens. " said.

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