Read Millicent Min Girl Genius doc ë Paperback ↠ Lisa Yee

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Read Millicent Min Girl Genius doc ë Paperback ↠ Lisa Yee À Millicent Min is having a bad summer Her fellow high school students hate her for setting the curve Her fellow 11 year olds hate her for going to high school And her mother has arranged for her to tutor Stanford Wong the poster boy for Chinese geekdomAwards ignore her grandmother's advice swear her parents to silence blackmail Stanford and keep all her lies straight she just might make her first friendWhat's it going to take? Sheer geni This book is a very good book It tells a story of a girl who basically is a genius and she is 13 and is GOING TO COLLEGE So then this mom calls her and wants Millicent to tutor Stanley student for some money Then she aggrees to tutor him but some things get away Stanley avoids Millicent when his friends are near himand he is a pain for Millicent to teach Stanley but later on in the story he gets better and gets better grades But Millicent almost regreted that she aggreed to teach but in the end she is a very happy person

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Her to tutor Stanford Wong the poster boy for Chinese geekdom But then Millie meets Emily Emily doesn't know Millicent's I score She actually thinks Millie is cool And if Millie can hide her I bought this book for my daughter and then read it before I gave it to her It was way cute and had a great voice to it Sometimes diary books tend to drag because none of the action is happening in real time It's always the main character's ruminations on the events that we read Lisa pulled it off excellently She is I'm pretty sure a girl genius My only complaint was there were a few swear words that I wish weren't there After all the main character is eleven and since kids tend to read up by a couple of years it's very young girls who are reading this book That said I'll definitely read of Lisa's books

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Millicent Min Girl GeniusMillicent Min is having a bad summer Her fellow high school students hate her for setting the curve Her fellow 11 year olds hate her for going to high school And her mother has arranged for I SO wished that this book and the other two of the series had been around when I was 10 or 11 or so There really is a dearth of Asian American children's lit or ethnic children's lit in general and the few that exist often take an educational tone feeling the need to over generalize for an entire race or give a history lesson This book is sublimely well rounded it's laugh out loud funny but it's definitely a substantive book it's an award winner and deals with real issues The best part about this bookseries is that the characters could really be any ethnicity; this book doesn't fall into the Asian American category appealing only to a fraction of the population And yet there is much that Asian American kids can relate to within the books One of the hidden gems that I just loved is Yee's sense of place This is definitely a Southern California book specifically a San Gabriel Valley one This is not outright but there are mentions of the Rialto Theater in South Pasadena and the Bruggemeyer Library in Monterey Park among other things I highly recommend this book to all ages but especially for the 10 12 age range