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Bernard Morris. The Agreement. John Witherden. The Nanny's Day Off. Cami Ayers. The Chilled Remains. Jefferson Merrick. Deliver Her from Evil. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Veronica is starting a new school. She wants to make friends. She tells everyone about all the wonderful things she has Soon everyone at school is tired of Veronica the Show-off.
But then a very odd girl named Hilary and a mystery at the library teach Veronica something new: When you're busy being a friend, there's no time to worry Veronica is starting a new school. But then a very odd girl named Hilary and a mystery at the library teach Veronica something new: When you're busy being a friend, there's no time to worry about finding one. Get A Copy. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 6. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Veronica the Show-Off , please sign up.
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Jun 22, Amy Flink rated it it was amazing. I first read this book when i was about I could really relate to Veronica in that I was lonely and wanted people to like me, and I thought it was cool the way she wasn't afraid to stand up for what she believes in. This book covers a lot of things that young kids go thru growing up. It's a must-have! When I read it I noticed that the author must have gotten a lot of her ideas from author Marilyn Sachs. Also, if you notice, the cover is, like, identical to one of the covers of Judy Blume's bo I first read this book when i was about Also, if you notice, the cover is, like, identical to one of the covers of Judy Blume's book, "Blubber" which came out in the late s in paper back in that picture the girls are laughing at "Blubber" as she stands at the front of the room, giving a presentation on the whale!
Aug 02, Maggie rated it it was amazing Shelves: miscellaneous , prekto1stgrade. This book is all about Veronica finding a friend. She turns out to have two and maybe Kimberly will become one too. I learned not to show off or make up things that aren't true. By not doing these, you'll be a better person. May 14, Rosemary rated it liked it. I'm reading this to my daughter I read this as a kid.
We are enjoying Veronica and cringing, too! Aug 31, Raven Black rated it it was amazing. The first and one of the very few books I have ever reread. Aug 17, Natalie added it Shelves: books-i-own , kid-books , released-to-sam. This was actually much cuter than I expected. Other than Veronica being incredibly annoying but slowly learning how to be a nicer person there was nothing offensive. My daughter's at the age where a little subtle hint here or there on how to be a nicer friend won't hurt her at all, so I'm more than happy to release this to her. There are two other books that I have about the same girl.
I'll release those too - I seriously doubt it would go too crazy from here. Oct 14, Pride David rated it it was amazing. I think this book is really nice because it shows a lesson that everyone can learn. That lesson is ''Be yourself-don't be what you're not''.