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Nderstudy just like she has done for their entire friendshipAdd in a new girl who has something to hide a secret admirer a best friend stealer who isn't what she seems and Callie's year just went from ordinary to extraordinaryCan this supporting actress learn to be a leading lady in her own life? Or is she destined to stay in the background forever even with her super freaky magic glasse Calliope Callie Meadow Anderson is the uintessential wallflower By choice She is content to fade into the background play second fiddle to her beautiful and clever best friend and her sole aim in life is to wade through the murky waters of middle school without any ripplesHer low self esteem can also be attributed to the fact that she is far from happy with her appearance A head full of frizzy red hair freckles that have earned her the moniker of 'Polka Dot' and the possibility of nerd glasses for her poor vision do not make for a content seventh graderBut things are going to get interesting when her optometrist the good DrIngram hands her a pair of super geeky glasses Suddenly she can read the thoughts of all the people around her Yes their hidden thoughts pop up on little screens near their heads and it's all there in blue and white for Callie to read And digest Does she want to know what people really think about her? Can she deal with her best friend's two faced opinion about her? What does her crush actually think about her? Add to that the varying opinions fears and insecurities of all those around her and Callie's head is spinning Middle school just got a whole lot challenging I always have a soft spot for the girl who gets labelled that weird one It breaks my heart to see a shy girl getting taken for a ride by her so called friend It makes me cringe to see the wallflower drooping as the object of her affections doesn't even know she exists And soit's heart warming to see said weird girl come into her own And shine And no matter how old I grow I am juvenile enough to root for the romance between the frizzy haired girl and the puckishly cute boy who was always in the backgroundThe author adds a touch of much needed gravity with the angle of Callie's broken home dynamics Her euation with her parents and her perceptions about their attitudes mature with the story and Callie's journey towards self discoveryIn conclusion Seeing Cinderella is an endearing book It has a wonderful premise an interesting main lead and a host of characters who provide her and the readers with enough fodder to make the book an engaging read
DOC Seeing Cinderella
Seeing CinderellaCalliope Meadow Anderson wishes her life could be of a fairy tale just like the stories she writes Her best friend Ellen is acting weird her parent's marriage is falling apart and to top things off she found out she needs hideously large and geeky glassesBut Callie soon learns they aren't just any glasses they are magical and let her read people's thoughts For the first time ever she's a Top Five Reasons To Read SEEING CINDERELLA by Jenny Lunduist1 The Premise Calliope Meadow Anderson “Callie” finds out she needs glasses Her new frames are hideously large—a total nightmare except for one cool feature When Callie wears them computer screens appear over everyone’s heads revealing their innermost thoughts Suddenly Callie knows what her best friend secret crush and locker partner REALLY think about her Sometimes that’s not a good thing2 Callie’s new friend Ana She definitely has something to hide But even with her super freaky glasses Callie can’t decipher Ana’s thoughts since the words on Ana’s computer screen appear in her native tongue Spanish3 The Cinderella Metaphor Callie auditions for the lead in her school’s production of Cinderella But when she gets the part she gives it to her best friend Ellen It’s easier to be the understudy and avoid the spotlight Isn’t it?4 Super Freaky Chapter Titles My favoritesSuper Freaky Glasses Rule #3 Most People Tell Little White Lies Don’t Be Offended You Do The Same ThingSuper Freaky Glasses Rule #9 It’s Easier To Dislike Someone When You Don’t Have To Read Their ThoughtsSuper Freaky Glasses Rule #12 People Guard Their Secrets Well Your Magic Glasses Can’t Change That5 The Lesson from p213 “One thing the glasses taught me No matter how different we looked on the outside on the inside we worried and wondered about the same things We all hoped we’d find someone who would see us for the person we really were and the person we wanted to be”
Jenny Lundquist Ã Seeing Cinderella DOC
MOBI ↠ DOC Seeing Cinderella 9781442429260 FREE É MONEYEXPRESSCARD á Calliope Meadow Anderson wishes her life could be of a fairy tale—just like the stories she writes Her best friend Ellen is acting weird her parent's marriage is falling apart and to top things off she found out she needs hideouslyNswering all the uestions right in math class and gets a glimpse of what goes through people's minds all day including what Ellen and her longtime crush really think of herAs if dealing with these crazy glasses weren't enough Callie tries out for the lead in her school's production of Cinderella and actually gets the part Instead Callie chooses to let Ellen have the lead and be Ellen's u Delightful and charming A book written for young adults but can be enjoyed by all There is a difference between not seeing and being vision impaired Which are you?