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Lights, Camera, Amalee

Lights, Camera, Amalee


Lights, Camera, Amalee

avaliações:
3.5/5 (2 avaliações)
Comprimento:
6 horas
Lançado em:
Jun 20, 2011
ISBN:
9781455810321
Formato:
Audiolivro

Descrição

When Amalee's grandmother dies, she inherits a very strange object: a huge champagne bottle filled with over a thousand dollars' worth of change. Amalee is told to spend the money on something important, so she decides to make a movie about endangered species. Soon there's as much going on behind the scenes as there is in front of the camera, as Amalee deals with a new friend, a very cute older boy, her wacky family friends, and other challenges. She also discovers something she never expected to find - a link with her mother, who disappeared and died when Amalee was very little. Behind the camera, Amalee comes to understand that the past can never be changed. But the future? Well, that's another story....

"Williams conveys middle-school insecurities with a sure hand, and Amalee's narration is a treat to listen to." -Horn Book
Lançado em:
Jun 20, 2011
ISBN:
9781455810321
Formato:
Audiolivro

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  • (3/5)
    Amalee is back, a little older, a little wiser. The tone of this sequel is a little too self-conscious with its Save The Earth message, but the characters overcome it like troupers with a substandard script.
  • (4/5)
    Amalee is a happy, well-adjusted almost-teen who just happens to be motherless. When her estranged maternal grandmother dies, she leaves Amalee a huge jar of coins - to be spent at once. A school assignment inspires Amalee to make her own film. In the process of focusing in on the environment and the dangers of letting species die out, Amalee learns a lot, not only about frogs and their contribution to our ecosystem, but also about her family, friends, and her mom.Somewhat stiff and a bit over-preachy in spots, it's still an engaging story. Amalee's voice sometimes reads more as an adult trying to sound like a pre-teen than is realistic. Not exactly riveting (rib-bitting?), but a solid choice.