Book Reviews of Dangerously Alice (Alice, Bk 22)

Dangerously Alice (Alice, Bk 22)
Dangerously Alice - Alice, Bk 22
Author: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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ISBN-13: 9780689870941
ISBN-10: 0689870949
Publication Date: 5/8/2007
Pages: 304
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Atheneum
Book Type: Hardcover
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Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadToo.com

On my book bag I proudly wear a pin which declares "I Read Banned Books." I now have to get one which says "I Proudly Review Banned Books!"

The ALICE series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor has been in the top ten of books which are challenged every year. I bought most of the series for my youngest daughter, who loves them. She loves the realism of the stories and how the feelings that Alice has are just like her own. And I love them because Alice is a normal girl: she may get into trouble, but she learns from her mistakes and so do the readers.

DANGEROUSLY ALICE finds Alice in her junior year of high school. She works on the school newspaper and has a terrible crush on Scott, the editor of the paper. She has also been labeled by the "cool" crowd as MGT, which means Miss Goody-Two-Shoes.

Alice decides that she needs to be a little more reckless and not so boring. She does a few daring stunts, but after she does them she figures out that being boring is not as bad as some people think it is. Liking yourself and doing the right thing is what is important.

I especially like the way that Alice gets along with her relatives. She has a great relationship with her brother and father. She is having trouble getting along with her stepmother though, and the situation is handled realistically and with compromises on both sides.

I love the Alice books and can't wait to read the next one.
reviewed Dangerously Alice (Alice, Bk 22) on + 7145 more book reviews
Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadToo.com

On my book bag I proudly wear a pin which declares "I Read Banned Books." I now have to get one which says "I Proudly Review Banned Books!"

The ALICE series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor has been in the top ten of books which are challenged every year. I bought most of the series for my youngest daughter, who loves them. She loves the realism of the stories and how the feelings that Alice has are just like her own. And I love them because Alice is a normal girl: she may get into trouble, but she learns from her mistakes and so do the readers.

DANGEROUSLY ALICE finds Alice in her junior year of high school. She works on the school newspaper and has a terrible crush on Scott, the editor of the paper. She has also been labeled by the "cool" crowd as MGT, which means Miss Goody-Two-Shoes.

Alice decides that she needs to be a little more reckless and not so boring. She does a few daring stunts, but after she does them she figures out that being boring is not as bad as some people think it is. Liking yourself and doing the right thing is what is important.

I especially like the way that Alice gets along with her relatives. She has a great relationship with her brother and father. She is having trouble getting along with her stepmother though, and the situation is handled realistically and with compromises on both sides.

I love the Alice books and can't wait to read the next one.