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Julep O'Toole: Confessions of a Middle Child

Julep O Toole Confessions of a Middle Child Julep O Toole an endearing and hilarious year old middle child is invisible At least that s what she thinks Her older sister Harmony is Miss Perfect and her younger brother Cooper gets lots

  • Title: Julep O'Toole: Confessions of a Middle Child
  • Author: Trudi Trueit
  • ISBN: 9780142407981
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Julep O Toole, an endearing and hilarious 11 year old middle child, is invisible At least, that s what she thinks Her older sister, Harmony, is Miss Perfect, and her younger brother, Cooper, gets lots of attention because of his asthma and allergies And Julep is stuck in the middle But miracles do happen, and one day, the most popular girl at school invites Julep to aJulep O Toole, an endearing and hilarious 11 year old middle child, is invisible At least, that s what she thinks Her older sister, Harmony, is Miss Perfect, and her younger brother, Cooper, gets lots of attention because of his asthma and allergies And Julep is stuck in the middle But miracles do happen, and one day, the most popular girl at school invites Julep to a Halloween party Could it be that someone important finally notices her Then a life or death situation causes Julep to choose between the girl she wants to be and the person others need her to be Will Julep get her chance to shine or will she forever be Invisible Girl

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    1 thought on “Julep O'Toole: Confessions of a Middle Child

    1. I picked this book up thinking that it would be one of those books that is fun for kids and funny for adults. Not so. By then end of the second chapter I was just plain annoyed at the main character and had no desire to ever hear about her ever again. Sorry, Julep.

    2. Julep O'Toole: Confessions of a Middle Child is a fairly standard middle school I'm-unpopular-and-feel-invisible kind of book. It tells the not super unique story of Julep, a middle child who feels overshadowed by her "perfect" older sister Harmony, ignored because of her obnoxious, always-ill little brother Cooper, and unnoticed at school (especially by the--you never saw this one coming--popular kids). No big deal, right?Wrong. This book has provided me with the most bizarre reading experience [...]

    3. Wow, I have to say I really loved this book, "Confessions of a Middle Child". I could totally relate mostly because I am the middle child. This book has great twists and turns. And the end was really unpredictable. This book is about a middle child who feels like air. She is there but, nobody notices she's there. Until the most popular girl in the school finally notices she's there. This girl makes big sacrifices for little things. Just to keep her brother safe and breathing because, he has asth [...]

    4. This book is about how Julep feels invisible having a perfect sister and a little brother who gets all the attention. It all started when she thought that her parents didn't care about her feelings because she had to switch rooms with her brother. She felt that it was unfair that all they thought about was her brother's allergies and that the doctor preferred him to be around a different flooring. I feel that this is an inspiration book to middle children because Julep finds out that she's not i [...]

    5. Confessions of a middle child was an ok book. Julep an eleven year old middle child feels invisible. She feels smushed between her perfect older sister and her annoying little brother. She feels only noticed when her parents want something from her. At school Julep gets some attention but not the kind she wants, but then she gets invited to a huge party!This book wasn't very entertaining to me. I was confused a lot and didn't get what was happening. But being a middle child this book kind of mad [...]

    6. Why didn't I like it?JULEP IS THE MOST WHINY, UNORIGINAL, UNINTELLIGENT, PASSIVE CHARACTER I HAVE EVER MET.So you hate how you're treated. Don't moan in your journal, do something about it!This book did teach me something, though. NEVER MAKE PASSIVE CHARACTERS. THEY ANNOY THE HECK OUT OF YOUR READERS.

    7. This book about Julep O'toule was interesting because it, as I see it can show middle children that they are not invisible even when they feel like they are. It was a little upseting, though, because the author was not as interesting as some others, but then again she was descriptive. I would recommend this book to middle children.

    8. Not my favorite children's lit. I was expecting something like Beverly Cleary's work - fun, silly, real-life children's fiction that still fun and clever for adults to read. This was mostly just silly without the clever and fun. I found the pop culture references, silly exclamations and crazy abbreviations kind of annoying BUT maybe if I were a kid that age I would have enjoyed it!

    9. Girl who feels invisible b/c she is the middle child learns just how valuable she is. Would give the book to a upper elementary or middle school student.

    10. I randomly picked this book up and read it quickly but it was actually good. I liked how just about everybody could relate to the main character.

    11. Relatable. I had this since I was in grade school, thought I should read it again and I was entertained. Good read.

    12. It was AWESOME!!!! What else can I say But WWWWWWWWOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!! I finished the book in three days!!!!!!!!! Its was awesome please look for this book and read it.

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