Another spot-on story of middle school drama and friendship from Terri Libenson, national bestselling author of Invisible Emmie and Positively Izzy.
This must-have Barnes & Noble edition includes an exclusive chapter and bonus content from the author!
Friends. Frenemies. Middle school...
The last day of seventh grade has Jaime and Maya wondering who their real friends are.
Jaime knows something is off with her friend group. They’ve started to exclude her and make fun of the way she dresses and the things she likes. At least she can count on her BFF, Maya, to have her back . . . right?
Maya feels more and more annoyed with Jaime, who seems babyish compared to the other girls in their popular group. It’s like she has nothing in common with Jai anymore. Are their days as BFFs numbered . . . ?
Perfect for fans of Raina Telgemeier and Jennifer L. Holm.
|Series:||Emmie & Friends Series|
|Edition description:||Signed Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.78(d)|
|Lexile:||540L (what's this?)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
As a kid, Terri Libenson was labeled a “good artist.” She’s thankful it was a nice label because it stuck. Since then, she’s acquired other nice ones, like “mom,” “writer,” and “unicycle daredevil” (okay, she wishes). Terri is the Reuben Award–winning cartoonist of the internationally syndicated comic strip The Pajama Diaries and was a longtime writer of humorous cards for American Greetings. Terri lives with her husband and two daughters in Cleveland, Ohio. You can find her online at www.terrilibenson.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Just Jaime was a very fascinating book and I got it the day it was released. I couldn't put down the book. I don't want to spoil anything, but whoever did not read this book should consider reading this book. It's funny, nice and incredible. Just read it. You won't regret it.
I really enjoyed this new graphic novel! This story shows what can happen when kids grow up and grow apart. Jaime didn’t wear make up or want to do the same things as her other friends, so her friends wanted to cut her out of their group. It wasn’t fair to Jaime, but she ended up making new friends. It’s common for friends to drift apart, especially during preteen years, so this book is very relatable. All of the books in this series have a twist at the end, where you discover something about a character that you never expected. The twist at the end of Invisible Emmie was kind of creepy, but the twist in this book was really clever. I didn’t see it coming. This is a great story!
i haven't read it yet but i love the other to books and im exided to be the first to write a review as well as get a signed edition (i mean hopefully get one) so thanks so much! im exided to read it