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Judy Moody Declares Independence

Judy Moody Declares Independence

Scritto da Megan McDonald

Narrato da Barbara Rosenblat


Judy Moody Declares Independence

Scritto da Megan McDonald

Narrato da Barbara Rosenblat

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (19 valutazioni)
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1 ora
Pubblicato:
Jan 16, 2012
ISBN:
9781455849529
Formato:
Audiolibro

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After visiting Boston, Judy Moody's in the mood for LIBERTY and FREEDOM-freedom from her parents' rules and her pesky little brother, that is. But Judy's plans to declare independence, just like the Patriots did in 1776, wind up getting her into hot water. For sure and absolute positive, the founding fathers never had problems like hers!

Will Judy be able to prove, once and for all, that she's ready for a bit more independence?

Pubblicato:
Jan 16, 2012
ISBN:
9781455849529
Formato:
Audiolibro


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  • (4/5)
    Part of the Judy Moody chapter series, this book has Judy go on a history adventure to declare independence from her parents. Funny and easy to read, many students (both boys and girls) could get engaged with this story and learn some interesting history lessons along the way.
  • (3/5)
    I liked this book. The language was very age appropriate and fun for a child to read. After Judy tries to convince her parents to give her more independence she asks child like questions: "So I can have more freedom now? Like not brushing my hair all the time? And staying up later than Stink?" The book is very child friendly and probably reminds many children about a time where they felt like they deserved more freedom in their house hold. I also enjoyed the characters in this book. Judy's little brother, Stink, is in Judy's business at all times! children can relate Judy and Stink's relationship and sibling feuds with their brothers and sisters! The overall message of this story is to take a stand for what you think you deserve; which in this case is independence. Even if children don't get what they wanted, at least they can stay they tried!
  • (4/5)
    This book was O.K. I kind of enjoyed it but, still it was enjoyable.In this book Judy goes to Washington to visit landmarks like, the Boston tea party ship.There she meets a friend that has everything she wants like her own towel and many more things. So Judy sees this and she too, wants to be like her friend. So she writes a Judy law like "I declare freedom from brushing my hair" and stuff. But her parents don't seem impressed so, she wants Judy to be responsible, and if she does that Judy's mom said that she could have a few laws.But will Judy be more responsible?
  • (3/5)
    Judy Moody books are very easy to read and will help young readers to become better readers. This story is about Judy Moody going to Boston and learning about the Boston Tea Party. Along the way she meets a friend and wants to have the same things she does.
  • (5/5)
    Judy Moody declares independence from doing homework, brushing her hair, and so on and so forth. This book brings up some important history lessons while having a fun adventure with Judy.
  • (5/5)
    Love this book so much!Love the ferocity and good thinking of Judy so much!
  • (5/5)
    Judy is all about getting to do what she wants, but when things don't go her way after a trip to good old Boston Harbor, well let's just say that she throws a tea party of her own. Does it result in extra rights, freedoms, or personal liberties? Not exactly...but it does help her see that working for those rights she feels entitled to is GOOD thing...and anything worth having is worth the effort.


    **copy received for review