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Alice, I Think
Alice I Think
Author: Susan Juby
Life Goals List: —
  • Decide on a unique and innovative career path.
  • Increase contact with people outside of immediate family.
  • Learn to drive a car.
  • Some sort of boy-girl interaction? (Possibly best left until after high school. Maybe best left until middle age.)
  • Publish paper comparing teenagers and chicken p...  more »
  • Read entire Lord of the Rings series.
  • Develop new look. (Like career choice, must reflect uniqueness)
ISBN-13: 9780060515454
ISBN-10: 0060515457
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 290
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: HarperTempest
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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A cute light story about a teenager who is raised by hippie parents in rural Canada. After a misunderstanding in kindergarten she has been homeschooled by her parents. Now she's fifteen and decides in her "life-goals" she wants to go to the public high school. The book is written in the form of her journal, and it's pretty amusing.
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Susan Juby paints a darkly comical portrait of a home-schooled girl's life as she tries to fit in with the rest of society. Alice is shrewd observer of the inanities of society, and she refuses (unknowingly) to fall in with them. Her uniqueness and strangeness are what make her a truly different protagonist.