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Amber Brown Goes Fourth Paperback – October 4, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed this book and hopefully you will to. It's like running down a football field and wondering if you're going to get to the goal line. This is the best book ever! Read Amber Brown Goes Fourth by Paula Danziger today!
One of my favorite parts of the book is when Amber Brown and her dad play the kising game. When ever someone stops kissing on the phone, loses! Amber Brown Goes Fourth is a really good book because when I first got the book I was in love with the book. It is a very touching book. I recommend reading this book because when you hold this book and you let it go, you will want to pick it up again and again.
Amber's heading into fourth grade without some very important people. Her best friend, Justin, has moved away and her father is living in Paris since her parents separated. Fourth grade is going to be hard enough but without a best friend it's going to be lonely too. Looming in the background is her mother's new boyfriend, Max - a man Amber hasn't met and has no interest in meeting any time soon. Right now, her primary focus is on finding a new best friend.
I'm really impressed that this book (and the other Amber Brown books, I assume) is so very realistic. Parents divorce and some, like Amber's, can remain civil, at least in front of the kids. Friends move away, and friends fight. Those things aren't happy, good things, but they're real and the way Amber and her friends and family deal with them sends a nice message to the young reader. It's also nice to see that Amber grows at a normal pace unlike some series where the main character stays 10 forever. Danziger's death has left a hole in children's literature but I, for one, am just glad Amber Brown lives on.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Part of the Amber Brown series. Great series for girls, age 3-7. Bought for my niece, and she absolutely adored it. Definitely recommend.Published 9 months ago by Kristopher S.
It is as if Ms.Danziger was a fourth grader when she wrote it. Right on.Published 17 months ago by Jeannine Young