Amber Brown is Green with Envy

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Scholastic, Incorporated, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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Best-selling and critically acclaimed author, Paula Danziger, is back with the latest title in the best-selling, amazingly popular series about the irresistible Amber Brown!

Amber Brown's parents just aren't acting the way she thinks parents should. Sometimes Amber's dad goes out on dates when he is supposed to be spending time with her. And her Mom went to Disneyland with Aunt Pam while Amber was with her dad (not fair!). Then Mom and Max decide to get married even sooner and move to a new house--maybe even a new town!
Some kids have parents who stay together. Some kids don't have to think about moving away from their school and all their friends. Some kids seem to have no problems--& that makes Amber Brown green with envy.

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Great book. " What is normal?" I don't know. But I do know that my family is not. :) You should really read other "Amber Brown" books. People may say that Amber is, but when your family is hers, its not. I went through the same thing Amber is. It is not easy. My favorite book of Paula Danziger is I, Amber Brown. Amber's mom is getting remarried. Her father has just moved back from Paris and is now dating other people. Amber is just getting used to living in both houses when they have to move. What will happen? 

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About the author (2004)

Anne Mazer grew up in a family of writers in upstate New York. Intending to be an artist, she studied at the School of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University. She then went to Paris for three years, where she studied French and French literature and where she began to write. She is the author of over thirty-five books, including the picture books THE SALAMANDER ROOM and THE NO-NOTHINGS AND THEIR BABY, as well as several novels. Her series include The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes and Sister Magic. She lives in Ithaca, NY with her husband. Visit her at www.amazingmazer.com.

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