ANASTASIA KRUPNIK Paperback – May 1 1995
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Ages 8-12. The first and best book in the very popular series describes the ups and downs of a precocious ten-year-old girl. Anastasia loves keeping lists of important information in her green notebook; when she discovers that her mother is pregnant, she instantly adds two new items to her "things I hate" list: "My parents" and "babies." But as the year passes, Anastasia finds that the items on her lists keep moving around; by the time her baby brother is born, the only thing left to hate is liver. An unusually warm, insightful and original portrait of childhood and family life, this is a special and memorable story. Horn Book called Anastasia "an amusing and engaging heroine" and The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books wrote, "the whole book is a delight." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a great book for 9 to 12-year-old girls. If you liked this one, don't miss any of the other Anastasia books: Anastasia Again!; Anastasia at Your Service; Anastasia Has the Answers; Anastasia on Her Own; Anastasia's Chosen Career; Anastasia, Ask Your Analyst; Anastasia at This Address; and Anastasia, Absolutely.
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A great beginning to a great series. Nothing sentimental or overdramatic here, just a quirky, smart kid growing up. This is a perfect gift for young, bright girls.Published on Dec 28 2003 by Zoja
This is a really great book. I read it when I was ten, and I thought it was great. Now I'm almost thirteen,but I still love the series! Read morePublished on June 21 2003
Anastasia Krupnik doesn't match up to the others. Anastasia is interested in a boy named: brace yourself: Washburn Cummings. Washurn has an afro and listens to Roberta Flack. Hmm. Read morePublished on April 4 2003
The reviewer who said something about the lack of plot of this book (or, at least, the plot keeps changing from chapter to chapter) is right. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2003
A ten year old girl going through an exciting yet confusing life runs into obsticles that change her life. Read morePublished on Oct. 24 2002
YOU WANT EXCITEMENT? Read Anastasia Krupnik and you will get the lfe of a 10 year old girl in your hands! Read morePublished on Oct. 24 2002
I usually enjoy all of Lois Lowrys books, but this one was terrible. I definatly did not enjoy it. It was very pointless, it skiped from plots, and it was not enjoyaable at all... Read morePublished on April 8 2002
I think this is a good book because it has a lot of different ideas to it. It has Anastasia going through a lot of different things, at which most of them are things that a girl... Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2002 by Elizabeth Gerbig
Coming from an intellectual, not quite mainstream family, the Anastasia books were some of the only books I read as a child in which I could identify with the protagonist's family. Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2002 by lizardcub