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Anastasia, Ask Your Analyst [Hardcover]

Lois Lowry
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April 30 1984 Anastasia
Anastasia's seventh-grade science project becomes almost more than she can handle, but brother Sam, age three, and a bust of Freud nobly aid her.

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"Humorous situations and dialogue to match seem to roll effortlessly from Lowry's pen, and her characters are consistently real and believable." Booklist, ALA

From the Publisher

No one understands thirteen-year-old Anastasia Krupnic, least of all her parents and her little brother, Sam, who happens to be a genius. They're such an embarrassment. Why can't they be normal, like Anastasia?

Then-presto! Anastasia realizes that she has the problem--not her relatives--and she must find help immediately. There's not a moment to lose.

Though her parents insist she's normal and won't send her to an analyst, that doesn't stop Anastasia.

What will happen if they find out that Anastasia is secretly telling her troubles to the most famous analyst in the world? --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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3.0 out of 5 stars not one of the better Anastasia books March 17 2003
This book, though it had some funny parts like all Anastasia books, was not as good as some of the other ones. Anastasia, though she seems really mature at times, in this book, seemed really immature. I mean, talking to her pretend analyst--come on! There were other parts that were immature, which I won't get into. She doesn't seem like a 13-year-old but more like a 10 or 11-year-old in parts. I am also tired of the racist views in these books, including this one. Anastasia doesn't believe a Chinese person can be named Stanley. She is so naive. Doesn't she know that Chinese Americans usually have American names?Also, some parts were just plain gross! But you will have to read it to find out. If you are a fan of Anastasia books, this should still be added to your collection. I recommend Anastasia At This Address, as that one is much better and even funnier.
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Okay. This book is a part of a serie of books about a teenager, Anastasia Krupnik. In this book, Anastasia has a problem. She thinks her mother's abnormal, her brother's too smart and that her father never takes her seriously. Anastasia just can't understand it. Why does her family suddenly make her angry all the time? So, she decides she is "unstable" and needs to see a shrink. Unfortunately, her parents think the idea is just stupid and refuse to even discuss about it. NOW Anastasia really has a problem...
Personally I thought this book was great. I higly recommend the serie to everybody (especially girls)from 11 to 15 years. READING IS FUN; KEEP IT UP :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Anastasia...funny girl that one Dec 15 2002
By Linda
Format:School & Library Binding
Anastasia is sure she is going insane so she buys a big statue of Freuds head and talks to it every day.This is a fantastic series,highly recommende buy moi!!(Now,what they decided to do with the gerbils at the end...was that really revenge on Nicky,or was it cruel to the gerbils!!)
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor gerbils July 30 2000
By A Customer
I agree that gerbils are poorly mistreated in this book. I will not recommend it to anyone.
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4.0 out of 5 stars GREAT April 14 2001
By Lina
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