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The Long-Distance Dispatch Between Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham-Chang

The Long-Distance Dispatch Between Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham-Chang By Amy Ignatow The Long Distance Dispatch Between Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham Chang Best friends Julie and Lydia are back in this hilarious sequel to Amy Ignatow s breakout novel After spending all of fifth grade studying popularity together Julie and Lydia are finally ready to put

  • Title: The Long-Distance Dispatch Between Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham-Chang
  • Author: Amy Ignatow
  • ISBN: 9780810997240
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Long-Distance Dispatch Between Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham-Chang By Amy Ignatow Best friends Julie and Lydia are back in this hilarious sequel to Amy Ignatow s breakout novel After spending all of fifth grade studying popularity together, Julie and Lydia are finally ready to put their hard earned lessons to use in junior high But before they can, tragedy strikes Lydia s mom gets a job in London for six whole months Before Lydia can say fancy a cuBest friends Julie and Lydia are back in this hilarious sequel to Amy Ignatow s breakout novel After spending all of fifth grade studying popularity together, Julie and Lydia are finally ready to put their hard earned lessons to use in junior high But before they can, tragedy strikes Lydia s mom gets a job in London for six whole months Before Lydia can say fancy a cup of tea she s thrust into a new school, where she earns a reputation as the Violent American Meanwhile Julie s stuck navigating the cliques of American junior high on her own, where she is adopted by a group of troublemaking eighth graders known as the Bichons The two best friends will have to learn to keep in touch and stand on their own, assisted as always by their trusty notebook Amy Ignatow s signature sense of humor is on full display in this satisfying sequel.
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    1. Bella Paglia on said:

      I did not like this book that much but I liked the part when Julie moved.

    2. Jenne on said:

      I can t even SO ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE I have to get the first one right now.I love everyone in this story ESPECIALLY ROLAND 3

    3. Mary Ann on said:

      Our students loved, loved, loved The Popularity Papers, by Amy Ignatow for its humor, its illustrations and its message about friendship And they were thrilled when I told them a sequel is coming out So there were many excited kids when I told them that Amy Ignatow is coming to our school to talk with them about The Popularity Papers Book Two yay I m doing a little chair dance Lydia and Julie are all set for Hannibal Hamlin Junior High they ve navigated the friendships of 5th grade, figured out [...]

    4. Shacoria on said:

      I did not find this book to be as funny as the first book in the series Also, this book seemed to contain a lot writing by Lydia than the first book, which I hated, because Lydia has horrible handwriting that is hard to read I would love to see writing by Julie and much less writing from Lydia or a change in Lydia s handwriting that makes it easier to read It s just annoying to have to struggle to actually decipher her terrible handwriting I enjoyed the Papa Dad and Daddy characters a lot in t [...]

    5. Sydney Green on said:

      I loved it because it had a lot of cliffhangers and lots of tension.

    6. Annikai on said:

      This book is fascinating The popularity papers is all about two friends seperated and they really want to be with each other Lydia and Julie are the main characters Lydia is very sensitive, this book is very sad for Julie because there are some mean kids but somehow they be her friend When Lydia leaves for London Julie is sad there are sad parts and happy parts both will wake you up in the morning Julie and Lydia both have many problems but they all solve it There are times when they are lonely [...]

    7. Denay S. on said:

      I gave this book a five star report because it is very fun to read and you can t wait to read the next book to find out what next adventure Julie Lydia going on next This book is about two girls that are best friends named Julie Graham Chang Lydia golblatt Lydia had to move from the states to Great Britain London to be exact and they had adventures without each other so they sent letters emails to put in there journal of what they had done and it shows how they progressed there friendship even t [...]

    8. Anidos on said:

      I didn t like the way Lydia re acted here But, as usual, Popularity Papers was about perspective Now that I ve finished all the volumes, I could say I highly recommend this series for middle grade children Just so they know that there are a lot to reach beyond being popular I wish I had Julie and Lydia back then.Three stars and a half.

    9. Kourtney on said:

      This one made me laugh when Lydia s family moves to London for 6 months and she finds out the differences that made me laugh when my husband and I met

    10. Jennifer Wardrip on said:

      Reviewed by Lauren Ashley for TeensReadTooLydia s mom has gotten a great job opportunity and will be going off to England with her two daughters, much to their dislike One of the good things is that it will only be for six months, but that s still six months of middle school away from her best friend, Julie While in England, Lydia forms a group of friends consisting of some of the kids on the outer fringe of popularity As for Julie, she makes her way into one of the most popular cliques at schoo [...]

    11. Leigh Collazo on said:

      Genre Chick Lit HumorSummary Just before they begin junior high, best friends Lydia and Julie are separated when Lydia s family moves to London for six months Separated for the first time ever, the girls must face the challenges of new schools alone Using numerous full color illustrations, Lydia and Julie s shared journal entries, emails, and IMs tell their story.The Good Upper elementary girls will LOVE the colorful, whimsical drawings and the easy to read text The story has positive messages a [...]

    12. The Reading Countess on said:

      I have a handful of burgeoning readers I say burgeoning, because they are the ones who are hungry but don t yet have a full place setting at the table They see their friends change books likeunderwear yes, I live in a household of boys What are you going to say about it and yet there they sit with a graphic novel in their hand Chances are, this is the third or fourth go round with the graphic novel Sure, they ve read meatier reads this year, but only because of their teacher s constant encourage [...]

    13. Arte on said:

      Ninki Pepa No Ma Ni Chokyori Disupatchi Ridia Gorudoburatto Ya Juri Gureamu AkiraLydia s mother, Mrs Goldblatt, has gotten an opportunity to work in England for six months, but this is bad news for Lydia and her best friend, Julie Graham Chang, two girls who will be starting their first year of junior high Lydia will have to make completely new friends and survive half a year without her best friend, and Julie will have to use her newfound knowledge of popularity to try to get into a clique with [...]

    14. Evelyn on said:

      This doesn t have much to do with the book, but I want to go to Oxford university in England now that I read this

    15. Jacob Combs on said:

      I loved the first book, it was one of my favorites from last year In book one, best friends Lydia and Julie uncovered the secrets to popularity Now the two plan to use what they learned in first year of junior high After Lydia s mom gets a job opportunity in London, the friends are separated Lydia and Julie continue to journal in their own distinct style to keep in touch.The two have very different school experiences One thing they have in common is their struggle to fit in Lydia befriends the o [...]

    16. Vien Nguyen on said:

      Julie and Lydia are best Friend but Lydia has to go to London because her mom was sent there for a project Julie was sad to see her go but they promise that they will chat online After Lydia gone, When school was started, Julie made new friends and they are called the bichons a very popular group And Lydia made not so popular group They chat online almost every day and talk about everything that is happening to them Julie try out for hockey but she didn t make the team Lydia try out for the play [...]

    17. Carrie on said:

      This is totally still better than any of the Wimpy Kid books Bite me, Greg Heffley This time, Lydia and Julie are separated when Lydia s mother takes a temporary job in London, and the journal consists of airmail letters, chat messages and e mails, as Julie tries to infiltrate the Bichon Frises the cleverly named group of middle school Mean Girls And one not quite as mean fashion obsessed boy Meanwhile, in London, Lydia stands up to a bunch of bullies and gets nicknamed The Violent American With [...]

    18. Ubalstecha on said:

      Lydia and Julie are back for a second instalment of their research into how to be popular, but this time they have to research in two different places as Lydia s mother has moved the family to London for six months for a job opportunity This leaves Julie behind, and a little adrift, especially after she fails to make the field hockey team Julie is then selected by a popular group of students, the Bichons, to be their new member Meanwhile, Lydia has decided to adopt the bullied and outcast member [...]

    19. LeilahBradley-Hull on said:

      I loved this book,despite it was very easy to read Lydia and Julie are about to start Hannibal Hamlin Junior High, but Lydia has a shocking suprise She and her family are moving to London for 6 months Julie joins the a very snobby group at school called the Bichons Lydia starts a group called the outcasts in london, but she thinks that she s staying in London because her mum is dating her coach She has to ruin the play A Midsummers nights dream to go back to America.The book was very easy to rea [...]

    20. Abigail Beckwith on said:

      Julie and Lydia are best friends who about to enter middle school, and they are determined to enter the year strong and be POPULAR But when Lydia is sent to England due to her Mom s job, their plan hits a snag A very sweet, funny read this book will be best suited for the 10 13 age range A hybrid novel, the novel is full of color drawings the goods ones are done by Julie, stick figures by Lydia , emails, and diary entries recounting what happened in their day The book is about fitting in, stayin [...]

    21. carissa on said:

      Recommended Ages grades 4 7After spending all of fifth grade studying popularity together, Julie and Lydia are finally ready to put their hard earned lessons to use in junior high But before they can, tragedy strikes Lydia s mom gets a job in London for six whole months Before Lydia can say fancy a cup of tea she s thrust into a new school, where she earns a reputation as the Violent American Meanwhile Julie s stuck navigating the cliques of American junior high on her own, where she is adopted [...]

    22. Meredith on said:

      This book is about 2 girls named Lydia Goldblatt and Julie Graham Chang They are best friends ready to start junior high Lydia s mom has a job in London and her and Lydia and Lydia s sister are moving there for 6 months As time passes when Lydia s in London, the girls learn how to survive different schools without each other Lydia learns all the different ways to say words in British with her new clique she made called the outcasts, and Julie finds a clique with 8th graders called the Bichon s [...]

    23. Valerie on said:

      This is the second book about Julie and Lydia, best friends who have a goal They want to become popular Now they are heading to 6th grade, middle school Unfortunately, Lydia is also heading to England for 6 months This doesn t stop either of them from continuing on their quest to popularity.The Popularity Papers are written similarly to Diary of a Wimpy Kid, but geared to girls It is a good book for reluctant readers who like the pictures and short letters back and forth I recommend it for girl [...]

    24. Victoria on said:

      I really like these series The girls are so silly and sweet, and the small mentions of the parents are refreshing no talking back kids, or sassy remarks The parents are treated respectfully and presented realistically than in other kids books I m glad my daughter, who s eleven, enjoys these books as well The art work is fun, and the way the kids write and draw back and forth is done very well.It is a very quick read, though, my daughter read it in a day So, I got it from the library for her to [...]

    25. Veronica Salle on said:

      The popularity papers book 2 Still as entertaining as book 1 __ In this sequel to The Popularity Papers book 1 words of questioned wisdom form Julie and Lydia, Julie and Lydia, even though they are far distant from each other, they continue to communicate with each other via chat and continues recording theire observations Life in London is recorded by Lydia in which she made new weird but cool friends Julie on the other side was left alone hanging out with some mean popular girls in school and [...]

    26. Abbie fields on said:

      This book is such a good book for kids and teens Too girls, Lydia and Julie are ready to start junior high They have been best friends as long as they remember BUT WAITLydia s mom is moving her family to London for 6 months This would be their first time separated from each other On both of the girls journeys in two different places they manage to both face, bullies, popular kids and secrets To keep in touch they both try and Email each other and help with their problems I would really suggest y [...]

    27. Christiane on said:

      In this sequel best friends Lydia and Julie face bad news as they are about to start junior high Lydia s mom is moving her family to London for six months Alone, both girls have to deal with a new school, new friends, and what it means to be popular As in the first book, the story is pretty routine, but the format is clever and engaging, full of drawings, hand written entries, email exchanges, and comic book style panels It is a quick read and will probably appeal to female Diary of A Wimpy Kid [...]

    28. Reader on said:

      Not quite as perfect as its predecessor, this book is still heads and tails better than most of the pseudo journal titles out there particularly those starring girls In this newest adventure, Lydia finds that her family is England bound for the school year Julie, meanwhile, is left to fend for herself, and inadvertently ends up adopted as a kind of pet by the most popular clique in school Saying quite a lot about power and how fear rules middle school, the book makes excellent use of its kooky c [...]

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