Luv Ya Bunches (2020)

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  • Title: Luv Ya Bunches
  • Author: Lauren Myracle
  • ISBN: 9780810942110
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Hardcover
Luv Ya Bunches Lauren Myracle What do Katie Rose, Yasaman, Milla, and Violet all have in common Other than being named after flowers, practically nothing Katie Rose is a film director in training Yasaman is a computer whiz Milla is third in command of the A list And Violet is the new girl in school They re fab girls, all of them, but they sure aren t friends And if evil queen bee Medusa scuseWhat do Katie Rose, Yasaman, Milla, and Violet all have in common Other than being named after flowers, practically nothing Katie Rose is a film director in training Yasaman is a computer whiz Milla is third in command of the A list And Violet is the new girl in school They re fab girls, all of them, but they sure aren t friends And if evil queen bee Medusa scuse me, Modessa has her way, they never will be But this is the beginning of a new school year, when anything can happen and social worlds can collide Told in Lauren Myracle s inventive narrative style here a fresh mix of instant messages, blog posts, screenplay, and straight narrative Luv Ya Bunches, the first in a four book series, is a funny, honest depiction of the shifting alliances and rivalries that shape school days, and of the lasting friendships that blossom from the skirmishes.
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  1. Mayra

    This book is so adorable, and I love the cover I gave it away because I thought I was too mature but now I kinda wish I still had it I love all the characters, and I love how they re all original and yet easy to relate to Violet is the secretive new girl, Yasaman is the shy outcast, Camilla is the anxious pretty popular girl, and Katie Rose is the bossy film geek What do they have in common They re each named after flowers, in some way, shape or form Neither of them have any friends It seems lik [...]

  2. Nely

    In Luv Ya Bunches, Katie Rose, Milla, Violet and Yasaman are all experiencing their first week in the 5th grade.Katie Rose is the techy one she normally hides behind her camcorder She and Camilla or Milla for short became friends over the summer at their summer camp But now that school is about to start Katie Rose is stressing because she s not sure if her friendship with Milla will continue.Milla is the beautiful, popular one She wears all the trendy clothes, and hangs out with the coolest girl [...]

  3. Noemi

    Honestly, I picked up the Advance Reader s Copy for my brother as an ironic birthday present, because he is not a hipster I mean, really, an internet speak book with a pointedly diverse cast for ten year olds It seemed a bit much.But after hearing about the controversy, I borrowed it back and read it It was a LOT better than I was expecting I think some things were inappropriate for elementary schoolers I m surprised cared about Milla s parents gender but not about references to male anatomy Yes [...]

  4. Lisa W.

    From the PublisherWhat do Katie Rose, Yasaman, Milla, and Violet all have in common Other than being named after flowers, practically nothing Katie Rose is a film director in training Yasaman is a computer whiz Milla is third in command of the A list And Violet is the new girl in school They re fab girls, all of them, but they sure aren t friends And if evil queen bee Medusa scuse me, Modessa has her way, they never will be But this is the beginning of a new school year, when anything can happen [...]

  5. Natalie

    Oh, Laurendid you really think you could get away with another tawdry chick lit Apparently so This book s so called modern, tweeny style is in fact used and crumbling Any actual tween to read this book will cringe at the fake text speak and squealing, shallow protagonists High Points.Again, I m not sure what to put here If Myracle had cut down into only one person s story, she could have made this better with some serious editing I liked Katie Rose well enough, so if we had focused just on her a [...]

  6. Alea

    I loved the diversity in Luv Ya Bunches, from the characters ethnic backgrounds, to their home situations, to their friends at school, these four girls realize that none of that matters when it comes to true friendship I also loved the diversity of storytelling methods such as IM conversations, screenplay format, and regular narrative While format changes are a personal favorite of mine I think they also work well for reluctant readers.While I had to keep reminding myself that the girls were 5th [...]

  7. Jessica Mitchell

    Jessica Mitchell, 11Luv Ya Bunches4 stars Im just gonna stick right to the point Most of this book was amazing, I never got bored The girly drama that I ve managed to stay away from was quite funny and entertaining The reason it didnt get five stars was simply because the characters were unrealistic Very I mean, I know its a book, but stillE REAL WAY THINGS ARE IN 5TH GRADE You should trust me, thats the grade im in now The popular girls arent bossy and smart, They re ghetto, and always talk abo [...]

  8. Hayleam

    I TOTALLY LOVED THIS BOOK IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I HAVE EVER READ Sorry but if I explain any , my head will berst from happynes.

  9. Alysse Flores

    Luv ya Bunches was to me the best tween book ever You will love it Okay so the first time i seen this book, was when my mom took me and my cousins to the mall, and i decided to go in Barnes and Noble and get a book Thinking of getting ttyl, i found myself getting this book instead Alright it s about 4 girls Katie Rose, who is a bossy boot with a camera addict, Yasaman, a muslim that is known as the weird looking girl with a scarf on her head is an outcast but is really good at computers, Camilla [...]

  10. Rieh Medin

    Honestly, I didn t expect much from this book I have tried reading TTYL but could never get that far into it This book ended up surprising me Instead of thinking it kiddish and unimportant, I was thinking of my own childhood and comparing it Though I didn t have so much of an internet fad going on in my childhood, the rest was almost exactly like I experienced and I found myself getting and nostalgic It might not have been the best of times, but when your biggest worry is if your friend likes [...]

  11. Librariann

    Ages 9 So anyway, after hearing all of the DOESN T WANT BOOK FAIR GOING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLERS TO BE EXPOSED TO A SAME SEX COUPLE hubbub, and being appropriately outraged in various social medias fb, greader, yalsa bk, etc I figured the responsible thing to do would be to read the book Truth I didn t think I d be interested in the book initially, because when I had flipped through the ARC back in July, I was like, ag, chat transcripts, blech Sorry Lauren Myracle, but I had to say L8r G8r to your t [...]

  12. Lara

    WARNING includes spoilers Another awesome novel by Lauren Myracle I wouldn t say this is her best, but it s still pretty good I couldn t relate at all, though fifth grade was not like this for me There were no ice cream socials, no Greek weeks, no Medusas, none of that Still, this is a very fun read Finished it in one sitting Lauren Myracle s style is so light and happy, it s impossible not to like one of her books in at least some way I thought this book was really dramatic, though, and could h [...]

  13. Aprile

    I won this book on , and although it is intended for a younger audience, I figured I d read it for the fun of it I thought the book was cute, with interesting characters and poetic justice for the mean girls.However, I found that the suggested age level was a little young for the subject matter Especially the computer stuff Although it is a different time, I don t really agree with 10 11 year olds being on chatrooms and IM, so I don t think I would let a girl of that age read this book Also, I t [...]

  14. Z○e*♥ItsGreekForLife♥*

    Pretty funny and clever I was surprised at how the author easily acted exactly how my friends and I act It was almost a little too much like how we acted.

  15. Jennifer Lanak

    I read this book to preview it for our school library The main characters are entering 5th grade, so I assumed the book was aimed at girls of a similar age This book has plenty of mean girl action in it The main characters strive to stay nice and act kindly despite the antics of the popular mean girls.Overall I thought the book was appropriate, but there were a few things that bothered me 1 In general, why do the mean girls always have to be the most popular kids I know the hope is that a girl r [...]

  16. Alison Condliffe

    So good to read a book with characters that are not all the same, especially female characters The four flower characters in this book all have different backgrounds, families and issues that they bring to their group and to the reader Realistic view of grade 5 girls and how they relate and refreshing to read a different take on this genre.

  17. Ruby

    Loved it I read the beginning of this book when I was younger but now I m in 7th grade My favorite thing about this book was probably the text message format and how the kids were in a real situation that could actually happen in real life.

  18. Veronica The Demigod

    I really liked this book because of the fact it was very interesting because it starts off with four girls not knowing each other and then all of the sudden these girls some how become friends in a way that I did not know would happen and I loved it so much I want to read the second book.

  19. Lilliana

    Good Reads Review for Luv ya bunchesBy Lilliana Barnard Luv ya bunches starts out with a girl named Katie rose She had become close friends with one the most popular girls in fifth grade named Milla They would talk about her milla old friends and how they were so rude They had put dirt and mud in her milkshake This is why Katie Rose is so excited to go back to school There are 2 other important characters in the book Yasmin who is Muslim and Violet who is the new kid All they want is for people [...]

  20. emilie.❤

    Ok, so I ll admit it, sometimes I like to read my little sister s books when I have nothing else to read and am just craving SOMETHING I find some books for the 8 12 age group better written than YA But thiswas horrible on so many levels I m not sure where to begin.Let me start with the unbelievably annoying characters Katie Rose Why on God s green earth do people actually LIKE her I wanted to strangle the kid every time she opened her mouth If I were to meet her in real life, she would definite [...]

  21. Flower

    I read this book as a child and I loved it The characters are very diverse from their personalities, to the their religion, and home life It teaches that no matter how different you are from others you can still create a friendship with one another But the reason I gave the book a 4 star is because now that I m older I realize the content is a little inappropriate for a book about 5 graders There are words used like skanky , erection , and slutty , but if you or your kid is mature enough I think [...]

  22. Maddie Mashek

    Star Rating I rated this book 4 stars because I have read it over and over again since I was ten Plot Summary Yasaman, Katie Rose, Camilla, and Violet are four girls who meet up when they are all in 5th grade together They all fight their own personal battles, like Camilla, often called Milla, is unhappy with her friendships They are mean, popular girls, named Quinn and Medusa, Violet s mom is in a mental facility and moved to town to be closer to where she is with her father Yasaman is unpopula [...]

  23. Runa

    Luv Ya Bunches, although written for a younger target age group 9 13 audience, is a book that will easily be enjoyed by readers of a wider span of ages Speaking as an 18 year old, I genuinely enjoyed this book for what it was, not in a aw, look at the cute younger kids way I think I was most excited about seeing a Muslim girl portrayed not as the token Muslim girl even though in some ways, that was still her role , but as a genuine character in a group of 4 entering fifth graders All of the char [...]

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