Melanie Martin Goes Dutch: The Private Diary of My Almost Bummer Summer with Cecily, Matt the Brat, and Vincent Van Go Go Go

Melanie Martin Goes Dutch The Private Diary of My Almost Bummer Summer with Cecily Matt the Brat and Vincent Van Go Go Go Written by the advice columnist of Girls Life magazine this hilarious companion to The Diary of Melanie Martin finds Melanie off to Holland with her best friend Dear Diary You will never ever believ

  • Title: Melanie Martin Goes Dutch: The Private Diary of My Almost Bummer Summer with Cecily, Matt the Brat, and Vincent Van Go Go Go
  • Author: Carol Weston
  • ISBN: 9780440418993
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written by the advice columnist of Girls Life magazine, this hilarious companion to The Diary of Melanie Martin finds Melanie off to Holland with her best friend Dear Diary, You will never ever believe this It is too good to be true Guess who is going with us to Amster Amster Dam Dam Dam Cecily Since Cecily s mom is having surgery, Melanie s parents invite Cecily onWritten by the advice columnist of Girls Life magazine, this hilarious companion to The Diary of Melanie Martin finds Melanie off to Holland with her best friend Dear Diary, You will never ever believe this It is too good to be true Guess who is going with us to Amster Amster Dam Dam Dam Cecily Since Cecily s mom is having surgery, Melanie s parents invite Cecily on their family trip to Holland Melanie thinks having her best friend along will be terrific But things don t go exactly as expected First Melanie loses her luggage, and soon it looks like she ll lose Cecily s friendship.But Holland isn t a total disaster Along the way, Melanie learns to look through the eyes of van Gogh, Vermeer, and Anne Frank Soon she discovers that being a good friend means seeing the world through your best friend s eyes, too.From the Hardcover edition.

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    One thought on “Melanie Martin Goes Dutch: The Private Diary of My Almost Bummer Summer with Cecily, Matt the Brat, and Vincent Van Go Go Go”

    1. Melanie travels with her family and best friend to The Netherlands, learning about Dutch customs and about herself along the way. I think author Weston knows her audience -- I can easily imagine tearing through this book as a ten-year-old, and will be sure to recommend it to girls of that age.

    2. Absolutely hysterical. Highly recommend for any girls who are 4th graders or who have been 4th graders. You will also actually learn a lot about the places she visits. Makes me want to go back to Holland.

    3. This book is about this girl that wants to have fun in her vacation and she does. She come over her to amsterdam and she noes all of this with her family and her best friend. They have alot of fun in amsterdam and finally they live to their house and go to school.

    4. Diary, this is MelHave you heard the church tower bells?Then come and join my railAdolf Hitler should buck off and leave Anne Frank aloneStop saying no, cause we all know you're a cloneCecily told me you're opposite of sympatheticBut at least you should love RembrandtHans was cute and sweetHe toured us on a factory all about cheeseAlso took a photo for us while expecting everyone to smile and say cheesePlease don't tell Matt I was his tooth fairy Because he will tell everyone that I'm a berryThe [...]

    5. I need to be careful which kids books I choose to read. Some, like Saffy's Angel, are funny at any age. And others, like The Great Brain, have a classic charm that wins you over. But this one wasn't "age appropriate" for me. I think I'd have adored it when I was younger. I'd probably have clamored to be taken to the library so I could check out the rest of the series. But, since I don't really know what I would have thought, I'll refrain from giving it a "star" rating on . It's not fair to take [...]

    6. This book was filled with emotions. I was 'proud' of Melanie when she finally realized that she had been pretty much selfish during the whole trip. I know this is kind of random but, I love the book illustrations--it reminds me of a collage; I'd like to try that 1 day.

    7. My 10-year old and I both LOVED this book. It is smart, witty, funny, sweet, educational (shh!) and interesting. This is the second in the series.

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