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A highly original plot with plenty of intriguing side stories makes this a thoroughly satisfying read, especially for future novelists, agents, and editors. The publishing world is explored in just enough detail to gently banish romantic notions, but not to quell enthusiasm. The subplot around Natalie's father, who died four years earlier, is an almost silent but strong undercurrent to the story. This graceful and enjoyable novel from Andrew Clements (the bestselling author of The Janitor's Boy, Frindle, and The Landry News) is illustrated with rather gloomy, yet strangely funny black-and-white drawings from Brian Selznick, the illustrator of Clements' Frindle and The Landry News. (Ages 8 to 12) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I couldn't stop reading this book until it was done.😋 I love this story there is ONE thing I need you to do which is get this book!!!!!😜😜Published 1 month ago by Aynslea
I started this book one day and had to leave it at school. I checked it out on my kindle and read it in less than 2 days. It was that good!Published 1 month ago by C. Scofield
I think that book is really good for children who like to read and write. I like to write a little bit, so it gave me inspiration to write. Read morePublished 7 months ago by sassy gymnast
Some day I want to become an author and this shows me i can do it now if I want to.Published 12 months ago by Mindy Barry
This was a really catchy book. I particularly like realistic fiction, so read this book!
It's about friendship, and dreams coming true!
I love this book. Natalie reminds me a lot of myself. Andrew Clements is my most favorite author EVER!!!!!!!!!!! I want to be like him somedayPublished 15 months ago by DeniseR
This is a great book to inspire middle-schoolers, or even advanced elementary students. Any kid who is interested in writing should definitely read this book.Published 16 months ago by Beth Fullenhull