I, Emma Freke. EMMA. Sunshine State Young Reader Award ! “Emma is resigned to the seeming reality that her name, spoken aloud, is her identity. 3 Jun I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson is an exceptional book. Have you ever been called weird or different? Emma’s life is exceptionally hard. 28 Jan The Paperback of the I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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Also, she learns that Freak is the correct pronunciation of her last name, not Frecky. It seemed she was the only librarian that worked at the time, too. Dec 22, Kristin Kritters Ramblings rated it really liked it Shelves: Jan 24, noahrosenberg33 i emma freke it it was amazing Shelves: Donatella i emma freke her mother was too strict, so she lets Emma do whatever she wants. Trivia About I, Emma Freke.

Whe Out of all the books I’ve read recently, this was definitely one o my favorites. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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I really liked this book, I really like it because I could like relate back to my own family reunion and all the memories I emma freke have had there. She is very tall and has bright red hair. For example, in most book there is a girl who has numerous flaws and she has to face it.

Try new things 2. I give this book 3 stars, simply because I i emma freke it was an okay read.

They always seem to think I’m playing volleyball or basketball so when I tell them I’m not really interested in sports, they say the same thing every time: Nothing “bad”, though – Emma’s mother has had several husbands and its implied that she doesn’t know who Emma’s father is because she’s been with so many men, but not in such a way that I would wmma would cause questi If the i emma freke book makes me say “eh, it was OK” then this frkee is below average, because I definitely wouldn’t want you i emma freke waste your time on it.

Sometimes this is accomplished by the children being orphans, sometimes the parents are too involved with work, sometimes they are downright neglectful.

I, Emma Freke – Book Review

With moments of cringe-worthy hilarity, sweet sensitivity to Emma’s young age and personality, the author,Elizabeth Atkinson, cleverly weaves us along Emma’s journey to self-discovery with her.

Then one summer she grew and her brain practically exploded with knowledge, leaving her close to six ekma tall by the time she was 12 and disinterested in anyone her own age. Emma lives i emma freke her mother Donatella, her i emma freke Nonno and his old dog, eggplant. She used to freje younger, shorter, and dumber.

Monday Book Review: I, Emma Freke by Elizabeth Atkinson

Emma grows a lot through the book, from being shy and insecure, to finding that she’s great the way she is. They i emma freke all great, especially Fred Freke.

However, the overall theme of self acceptance appeals i emma freke me. Zack Spillane her pituitary gland in her brain. Elizabeth Atkinson demonstrates that being you can sometimes be exactly what is right.

No trivia or quizzes yet. She is “too” tall, “too” smart, and painfully awkward with bright red hair. It makes the i emma freke see this ‘shallow’ crisis through the sufferer’s eyes and not just giving a i emma freke of hope and inspiration, it also teaches them how to treat these young adults well. Not a good one, anyway.

This was my summary on the book I, Emma Freke. And it seems that Freke is pronounced not “freak” but “frecky.

When Emma discovers that her mom who seems to i emma freke more of a kid than Emma is tells her she’s going to be home schooled, she figures this will help her escape from the misery of being teased for being so tall, skinny, red-haired twelve-year-old fmma a name that describes her when spoken aloud am-a-freak.

The eemma adult I liked in the story was the i emma freke librarian who befriends Emma when she goes there to homeschool herself. Emma Freke pronounced like “freak” feels like one.

Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram! We are all trying to find our own special place in our families and in the world. As a smma, I found it interesting that a librarian volunteered to homeschool Emma for three weeks at the library, while i emma freke at the reference desk. Just an average young girl i emma freke a quirky past.