How To Fix A Lie



[PDF / Epub] ☆ How To Fix A Lie By Nancy Wilcox Richards – E17streets4all.co.uk Abby is excited School is almost done for the year and the class project she s been looking forward to for months is finally going to happen But then Abby gets partnered up with Gracie, the kid no one Abby is excited School Fix A PDF/EPUB ä is almost done for the year and the How To PDF/EPUB or class project she s been looking forward to for months is finally going To Fix A PDF/EPUB æ to happen But then Abby gets partnered up with Gracie, the kid no one wants in their group Gracie tells so many tall tales that soon Abby doesn t know when she is actually telling her the truth Can the girls trust each other enough to work together and maybe build a friendship.How To Fix A Lie

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • How To Fix A Lie
  • Nancy Wilcox Richards
  • English
  • 05 March 2019
  • 1443113522

10 thoughts on “How To Fix A Lie

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I think this book has showed me not to lie any, i used to love lying, until I read this book i think telling the truth is better than lying even though the truth hurts.

  2. says:

    i havent started reading

  3. says:

    The characters and the grade 3 classroom setting were cute, but overall I found this book kind of a drag to read because of Gracie s character I think that Gracie and the other main characters would be familiar to young readers in terms of their behaviour and interactions with each other Sometimes kids do weird or unexpected things, such as Gracie s pinching Abbey, because of an unknown cause or because they get too excited There was a stop and go feel to the story s pacing I think due to th The characters and the grade 3 classroom setting were cute, but overall I found this book kind of a drag to read because of Gracie s character I think that Gracie and the other main characters would be familiar to young readers in terms of their behaviour and interactions with each other Sometimes kids do weird or unexpected things, such as Gracie s pinching Abbey, because of an unknown cause or because they get too excited There was a stop and go feel to the story s pacing I think due to the interlay of Gracie and Abbey moments with pioneer activities that I accepted but didn t particularly enjoy however, I think that the pacing, together with the very simple language and writing style, would suit the reading interests and level of younger readers.I m on the fence about Gracie s character I found her annoying and problematic I felt as though an adult needed to intervene and uncover why no one wanted to play with her, why she makes up stories or, as it turns out, why no one can discern between the true and the made up stories For me, as for Abbey, the tipping point was the fake birthday and Gracie didn t even remember that she d invited Abbey to her birthday party until Abbey shows up In general, the lying problem didn t seem to be really fixed by any one thing, as the title suggests I m sure certain readers would enjoy this but I don t think it s universally appealing

  4. says:

    this is a great book

  5. says:

    It is a very good book.It brings great ideas for you to not lie

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