7 edition of Alice, I Think found in the catalog.
June 3, 2003
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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“This book is hilarious. You don't have to care about teen age girls with post hippie dysfunctional parents in rural BC. Alice's take on her life is just laugh out loud funny. She calls her social worker Death Lord Bob. Trust me, have a good laugh, read Alice, I Think/5(19). So Alice gets home-schooled for the next several years. As the book opens, she’s contemplating starting high school and wondering how she can possibly fit in. Unfortunately, by reading the beginning out loud to my sister, who was visiting, I got her interested enough to read it.
Title: Alice, I Think Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, 8 X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, 8 X X in Published: Aug Publisher: HarperCollins Language: English. Alice has a "To Do" list that changes totally over the course of this engaging novel. As she transitions from home schooling to an alternative program at the local high school, Alice's quest for belonging, love, and a "look" involves a riot of characters. Against the backdrop of a dysfunctional.
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Alice, I Think is a quirky story about a quirky fifteen-year-old girl called Alice MacLeod, who records her day in her journal in her original style.
It's hard to describe Alice and do her justice, but let me try/5. "Alice, I Think" is Susan Juby's first novel. It is also the start of her Alice series (not to be confused with Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's Alice series).
Before Alice into the details of plot and why I love this book, I want to address some of the issues I saw in negative reviews by saying this: The book is fiction and it is in the vein of satire/5(50).
Alice, I think is a novel written by Susan Juby. The story is recounted through the journal entries of Alice, the main character.
Alice was raised by parents who are hippies and all about expressing their feelings. When Alice reads the book The Hobbit, she decides that she is a hobbit.
Her parents support her. Alice, I Think, an unusual first novel by Susan Juby, falls in the latter group. Juby’s droll take on normal childhood and adolescent angst in an awkward world inspires laughter and sympathy.”. Comedy rules in Juby’s satirical, laugh-out-loud debut about a wacky home-schooled teenager who decides to try public high school.
When Alice was an imaginative little girl enamored of The Hobbit, her I Think book but inept New Age parents allowed her to start school dressed in full Hobbit regalia, complete with a peaked green cap.
Hostile rejection ensued, Author: Susan Juby. Alice, I think is a novel written by Susan Juby. The story is recounted through the journal entries of Alice, the main character. Alice was raised by parents who are hippies and all about expressing their feelings. Alice doesn’t quite get herself deflowered at the tropical fish show, but she makes a valiant attempt.
This is a smart, perceptive, intelligent book. The only people sure not to like it will be over-the-hill hippie parents who think they deserve more respect. Funny, wry and heartwarming, Alice, I Think is the first in a trilogy of comic novels about the self-described "maladjusted" Alice Macleod.
7 Canadian books to read if you love Jane Austen. Alice. Entry into the King County Library System Video Book Review Contest. The book is Alice, I Think. The song played during the video is Just Impolite by Plushgun. For a Young Adult novel, "Alice, I Think" is refreshingly adult-not a book for mindless young readers with an appetite for pablum.
For parents too Published by User, 18 years ago5/5(5). Alice, I Think is a Canadian television series based on the Susan Juby book of the same name. Fifteen-year-old Alice is played by Carly McKillip.
Alice's brother, MacGregor, is Original network: Comedy Network. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Alice, I Think by Susan Juby l Summary & Study Guide by BookRags at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
Due to COVID, orders may be : Alice, I Think. By Susan Juby. Grades. Genre. Fiction. After being home-schooled by her hippie parents for most of her life, Alice decides to enter public high school. Her transition, however, is far from smooth. Alice's childhood nemesis threatens to beat her up, and Alice's wild, badly-behaved cousin is the Other Books You Might Like.
Alice, I Think is a story about the misadventures of Alice's unconventional family and their odd collection of friends living in the northern town of Smithers, BC. The show follows the family as they encounter life's ups, downs and occasional absurdities/10(15).
Alice, 15 years old and living in the rural town of Smithers, BC., has always been homeschooled by her hippie parents after a bullying incident in Grade One. Now, she is determined to start high school, despite the potential challenges. Alice is witty, self-aware and hypercritical of her parents.
Quotes from Alice, I Think. pages. Rating: (K votes) Books are seen by some as a throwback to a previous world; conversely, gleaning the main ideas of a book via a quote or a quick summary is typical of the Information Age but is. Get this from a library. Alice, I think. [Susan Juby] -- Fifteen-year-old Alice keeps a diary as she struggles to cope with the embarrassments and trials of family, dating, school, work, small town life, and a serious case of "outcastitis.".
Revised from a work published in the author's native Canada, this very funny first novel makes use of the same pseudo-diary format as Louise Rennison's books, but where Rennison's.
I'm Alice (I think). [Susan Juby] -- Fifteen-year-old Alice keeps a diary as she struggles to cope with the embarrassments and trials of family, dating, school, work, small town life, and a serious case of "outcastitis.".
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Written in diary style punctuated by Alice’s often caustic wit and ability to drop-kick the pretensions of family, high school, dating and work, Alice, I Think is often hysterically funny, a terrific new take on adolescent angst.
First published by a small press inthe book is being brought to the wider audience it deserves/5(17). I have heard it said that "Alice, I think" is a childish attempt at a book of a teenager's life.
Some say it is unrealistic, and that the plot pieces included could never happen. Others declare that the humor was heavy handed and obvious/5(17).