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Emma-Jean Lazarus is a lovable oddball who thinks she can use logicto solve the “messy” everyday problems of her seventh-grade peers. It’s easy- she just follows the example of her late father, a brilliant mathematician.
The audio book is engaging, even though the reader uses different voices for the characters, including that of an Indian doctoral student who becomes Emma-Jean's love interest.
Of course, the more Emma-Jean gets involved, the messier her own life gets. Jan 01, 30 July EMMA-JEAN LAZARUS FELL OUT OF A TREE by Lauren Tarshis, Dial, MarchISBN:"It had been nearly two and a half years since Emma-Jean had climbed, but the motions came right back to her, as if they had been programmed into her limbs. She shimmied up the skinny trunk like her father had taught her, keeping her knees tight together/5.
Colleen is the bathroom-cryer in question, and she's sure Laura is trying to steal her best friend, Katilin. Emma-Jean is the person she doesn't know very well, and Emma-Jean has an impressive attention to detail. Although she tends to avoid drama and school peers, she does decide to get involved with Colleen's problem.
Mar 18, Some risky behaviors (writing fake letters, climbing a dangerously tall tree) don't have negative consequences. Junior high life is depicted very optimistically; in real life, Emma-Jean would probably be subject to a lot of ridicule. A kid falls out of a tree.4/5. Review of"Emma Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree" By Lauren Tarshis Dial, Review by Christian Perring on May 13th Emma-Jean Lazarus is in the seventh grade. When one of her classmates tells her she is strange, she and her mother look up the word in the dictionary, and agree that she is exceptional.
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