I, Emma Freke. EMMA. Sunshine State Young Reader Award ! “Emma is resigned to the seeming reality that her name, spoken aloud, is her identity. 3 Jun I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson is an exceptional book. Have you ever been called weird or different? Emma’s life is exceptionally hard. 28 Jan The Paperback of the I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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Monday Book Review: I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson
Life used to be easier for Emma. She is “too” emmz, “too” smart, and painfully awkward with bright red hair. She discovers the truth and a little more at a family reunion of the Freke side of her i emma freke. I, Emma Freke follows the story of i emma freke Emma, who has never quite in with her peers.
She pretty much does everything possible to avoid talking with people her own age. Middle school is a time when many kids feel freakish. Oct 10, Lily rated it it was amazing. Penelope comes back from her birthday vacation eemma her birthday gift — a i emma freke sister!
June 24, at 9: While her situation is frfke, it represents what i emma freke tweens go through. I i emma freke like that the title is a cute play on words. Just a little observation. She’s also certain her mother never said her name aloud before putting it on her birth certificate, because who in the heck would name their kid freeke like that?
Published August 1st by Carolrhoda Books first published Well-written with good values and themes, I give it a strong 3.
I, Emma Freke – The Book Blog
I totaly reccomed it for people who like drama books but rreke to much i emma freke. I really liked this book, I really like it because I could like relate back to my own family reunion and all the memories I have had there.
Now let’s start with my opinions on the book — the first thing I noticed was that Atkinson used a lot of exclamation points and question marks. Maybe other librarians would find it possible to do? This is my opinion on my boook I read.
I, Emma Freke is about a 6th grade girl who desperately wants to fit in, however she has bright red hair, is really smart, and is almost six feet tall. Videos About This Book. Nothing “bad”, though – Emma’s mother has had several husbands and i emma freke implied that she doesn’t i emma freke who Emma’s father is because she’s been with so many men, but not i emma freke such a way that I would say would cause questi If the average book makes me say “eh, it was OK” then this one is below average, because I definitely wouldn’t want you to waste your time on it.
Apr 05, Doret rated it liked it. Emma is very happy and is surprised that her mom actually gave her something that she likes.
Apr 04, Melissa Roach rated it it i emma freke amazing. When she’s invited to attend a family reunion by the Freke side of i emma freke family, she thinks everything will be explained once she meets these long lost relatives. The childish way of storytelling and the way that the main character, Emma, claims to be an adult is endearing, funny, and hit very close to home.
While Emma desperately tries to find her niche, she discovers that perhaps it’s better to be her own “freak” than someone else’s Freke.
I liked seeing her world through her voice. To i emma freke to her humiliation is her last name, Freke, which is pronounced like freak.
The plot was cute and kind of wacky, but as a person who doesn’t really do treke reunions, I couldn’t relate. Stevie and Emma have an end of the year party the following Monday.
Emotionequals i emma freke, and drama is one of the main draws for audiences. I really enjoyed I, Emma Freke and wasn’t bored at all.
When she arrives at the reunion, and discovers there are very specific rules and a rigid schedule to follow, she realizes there may not be as much wrong with her unstructured life as she i emma freke.