A, My Name Is Ami

  • Title: A, My Name Is Ami
  • Author: Norma Fox Mazer
  • ISBN: 9780590438964
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • A My Name Is Ami Ami s parents are trying out a trial separation her father may be interested in someone new and even Ami s best friend Mia seems to be changing And Ami hates change But by the end of an unpredicta
    Ami s parents are trying out a trial separation, her father may be interested in someone new, and even Ami s best friend, Mia, seems to be changing And Ami hates change But by the end of an unpredictable year, Ami realizes that change doesn t have to be sad or bad.

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    About Norma Fox Mazer


    1. Norma Fox Mazer was an American author and teacher, best known for her books for children and young adults.She was born in New York City but grew up in Glens Falls, New York, with parents Michael and Jean Garlan Fox Mazer graduated from Glens Falls High School, then went to Antioch College, where she met Harry Mazer, whom she married in 1950 they have four children, one of whom, Anne Mazer, is also a writer She also studied at Syracuse University.New York Times Book Review contributor Ruth I Gordon wrote that Mazer has the skill to reveal the human qualities in both ordinary and extraordinary situations as young people mature would be a shame to limit their reading to young people, since they can show an adult reader much about the sometimes painful rite of adolescent passage into adulthood Among the honors Mazer earned for her writing were a National Book Award nomination in 1973, an American Library Association Notable Book citation in 1976, inclusion on the New York Times Outstanding Books of the Year list in 1976, the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award in 1978, an Edgar Award in 1982, German Children s Literature prizes in 1982 and 1989, and a Newbery Medal in 1988.Mazer taught in the Master of Fine Arts in Writing for Children Young Adults Program at Vermont College.For information, please see answers topic norma fo


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    1. Norma Fox Mazer wrote a lot of books that sounded way too depressing to me when I was a kid (and now, for that matter), but these weren't too bad. A, My Name Is Ami and B, My Name Is Bunny dealt more with family and friend issues, and the characters were younger, about 13. Unfortunately, the only things I really remember about these books are the titles and covers.

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    2. Cute book about best friends and their changing relationship. I don't remember this very well because it's been ages since I read it, but I remember parts of it and I did like it.

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    3. The book could have had more excitement. Usually, it doesn't take me long to read a book. Especially this short, but it just so happens, it was pretty boring to me.

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    4. Cute story but kind of boring. All of her books in the name series fit this description.

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