- Mass Market Paperback: 196 pages
- Publisher: Smooch (May 31, 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0843952970
- ISBN-13: 978-0843952971
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.3 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #453,180 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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What's French For "Ew"? Mass Market Paperback – May 31, 2004
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She was supposed to only have Baby Annoy for a few days, as a school project to learn how serious a parenting career is, but life threw her a curve, forcing Emily to have to take it with her to Paris for Spring Break or risk killing her GPA. So, "Jack", her "child" gets to go along to her survival French lessons, gets a nice, unexpected swin in the canal, locked in at Notre Dame, and a few other adventures. Emily realizes that she is going to have to be able to afford a nanny when she has a real baby. Then comes the big night of her birthday, one she's been planning for ages. It is supposed to be a once in a lifetime night shared with Devon, but will it be?
**** Katie Maxwell deftly and hilariously delivers a potent message about the most important decisions. Emily is a breath of fresh air, wholly realistic, and utterly charming. If you love the Princess Diaries, this series is equally fun, no matter if you are a teen or once were one. ****
As WHAT'S FRENCH FOR "EW!"? is the third book in the favorite-to-many Emily series, it is a harsh fact that Emily will soon be leaving us for good, as there is only one more title planned in the series. Until that last title comes, we must savor the enjoyment, and cherish the time we get to spend with her. It is a known fact that readers can become attached to fictional characters whom they read often. But with Emily it's more. Reading an Emily book is like reading a letter from your best friend. Her ridiculously witty personality keep the reader on the edge of their seat, always hoping for the best for our dear little Emily. Fans of THE YEAR MY LIFE WENT DOWN THE LOO and THEY WEAR WHAT UNDER THEIR KILTS? will not be disappointed in this latest installment to the Emily series. A must have.
I laughed so many times while reading this book! I highly recommend this book for any teen girls (I'd say from 13 and up - maybe younger if they're mature for their age) and for any adults who remember (even vaguely!) what it was like to be 16 years old. The book reads quickly and easily (it's in the format, again, of e-mails - Maxwell does this REALLY well!), but I'd warn you not to eat or drink anything while reading this book! You might choke on something while you're laughing!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Definately for extremely toung folk. No story, just a bunch of teenage garble.Published 23 months ago by Bob Watson
Another funny book with crazy adventures with Emily amd Holly. This time they are in France for a school thing and Emily gets stuck with a ''baby''!Published on January 12, 2013 by Nicole
As an adult reader, I enjoy reading Katie Macalister's adult novels. I found out through our local library she wrote young adult novels under the pen name Katie Maxwell. Read morePublished on June 21, 2010 by Laura C.
DEVON IS LIKE SUCH A SWEET GUY!!! I LOVE HIM!!!!! BUT POOR FANG. ): OH WELL, YA CANT HAVE BOTH... OR CAN U?? LOL, EMILY IS SOO HILARIOUS IN FRANCE, SPRING BREAK!!! NOT FAIR!!!!Published on May 21, 2007 by L. Lambie
This was an excellant addition to the emily series. I loved it and I know you will to. Seriously go buy it now and read it as soon as you possibly can!Published on July 22, 2005 by Kiki Washington
This book is the best of the three (even though there's four, but I haven't read the fourth so I'm just basing it on the three I've read). Read morePublished on July 19, 2005
I was incredibly exicted to see a new Emily book out-I loved the other two. As soon as I picked it up, and started reading it, however, my good mood fell. Read morePublished on January 2, 2005