Freaked Out

Freaked Out The party of the year is just around the corner and the Beacon Street Girls are in the middle of the excitement Meanwhile Maeve is having major problems in math class she s really worried that she m

  • Title: Freaked Out
  • Author: Annie Bryant
  • ISBN: 9780975851173
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • The party of the year is just around the corner, and the Beacon Street Girls are in the middle of the excitement Meanwhile, Maeve is having major problems in math class she s really worried that she might have to repeat seventh grade What happens when the party invitations are given out but not to everyone Will the party of the year get way out of hand In FreakedThe party of the year is just around the corner, and the Beacon Street Girls are in the middle of the excitement Meanwhile, Maeve is having major problems in math class she s really worried that she might have to repeat seventh grade What happens when the party invitations are given out but not to everyone Will the party of the year get way out of hand In Freaked Out, the Beacon Street Girls deal with exclusion, school troubles, and recognizing the damaging effects of underage drinking.

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    1. Annie Bryant

      The Beacon Street Girls books are inspired by all the preteen girls I ve ever known I wanted to create a world where girls can go to have fun and learn about who they are, while modeling real life experiences The first book, Worst Enemies Best Friends, explores creating and testing friendships, skewed first impressions, and being the new kid at school In the end, true friendship conquers all Welcome to the world of the BSG

    736 thoughts on “Freaked Out”

    1. Reviewed by Allison Fraclose for TeensReadTooEven though Maeve has managed to work with her dyslexia to become an okay student, her math grade may end up spelling her doom. Mr. "The Crow" Sherman seems to have it in for her, and if Maeve can't pull it together for the midterm math test, she may risk getting left behind.There's even more to worry about with Julie Faber's birthday bash coming up. The whole school is talking about it, and every member of the Beacon Street Girls receives an invitati [...]


    2. I am a huge fan of the Beacon Street Girls series, but I was disappointed in this seventh installment. It did not have any of the inspirational power that the previous six books did.



    3. This was a nice fluff read for me. I don't know if this necessarily should be considered a fluff read, with all the social issues Annie Bryant packed into this 248 page book, but it was. I'll explain what I liked and didn't like about the social issues later in this review.The Beacon Street Girls have made their rebound from Lake Rescue! Yay! I hated Lake Rescue, guys. Absolutely hated it. Any-whois was an enjoyable story that is perfect for girls ages 8-11. I don't know if it's really a book a [...]


    4. The Beacon Street Girls Freaked Out (#7) by: Annie Bryant is About the Beacon Street Girls (Avery, Maeve, Charlotte, Katani, and Isabel) and how they handle social pressures.There is a huge party and almost every one in the whole seventh grade is invented accept Avery. Charlotte, Maeve, Katani, and Isabel are so excited to go until they find out that Avery is not invited. They really, really want to go to the party, but they also want to stay loyal to Avery. Avery feels hurt that she can't go, [...]


    5. I LOVED THIS BOOK! It was my level of dramatic. When Avery doesn't get invited to the IT-PARTY of the year, she feels like she's down in the slums. Isabel can't go (even though she was invite) because she had to babysit with her sister. Through many dramatic days, the party day finally comes. Avery and her brother Scott somehow get persuaded into helping their mother at the Children's hospital, and Avery invites Isabel. At the hospital Isabel and Avery find very cute kids, and take them to the p [...]


    6. What I think of Beacon Street Girls (freaked out) is that its interesting due to the fact Julie Faber hosts a party and invites the whole school to her hawaiian birthday bash.Which makes everybody like her and makes herself more popular.Due to this party and all the students invited to go.There are a few problems though, the problems are due to the message given out of alcohol been dangerous.Now all students attending Adams Junior High are creeped out and backed out from drinking.The bigger prob [...]


    7. It was a nice book about how all the BSGs are loyal to their friends. Even though everyone in the BSG was invited to Julie's birthday party except Avery, they decided not to go because Avery wasn't invited. Avery was loyal by saying that the others should go and she knows they are dying to go to the birthday party, especially Maeve, who is a party-type of girl. Talking about Maeve, I find it that Maeve was overreacting about the math test. It couldn't be THAT bad. I think that was the reason Mae [...]


    8. This book is really good because it has some really funny parts in the story, the main idea of this book is that there is a party coming up but one of the BSG (Beacon Street Girls) weren't invited to the party! Meave (one of the BSG) a very professional party girl was really upset when the BSG said that everyone in the BSG is not going if one people is being left out, What will the BSG do? Will they get to go to the Party that Meave have been waiting for the whole week?


    9. 11/13/10I am reading the book Freaked Out by Annie Bryant as an 'FRB' in my free time at home.So far I am really enjoying the book!! In the book, Maeve is scared to death of flunking a huge math test. With the help of her friends could she pass the test and be able to go to 'the party of the year'? NOTE: I'm not that far in to the book yet so I don't know how she does on the test. 12/10/10I have finished this book and I really enjoyed reading it!


    10. The Beacon Street Girls just got their invitations to Julie Faber's party, but Avery wasn't invited! The other four girls were invited, but they don't think it's fair to go without Avery. Maeve thinks she's going to fail her big math test, and she wants to go to the party to get her mind off math. Will the party get out of hand, or will the girls really think that it was "the party of the year?"


    11. I really liked "Freaked Out" because it shows how "the party of the year" that not everyone is invited to isn't always what it's cracked out to be. I am glad that Isabel and Avery went and helped the kids at the hospital instead of going to the party. It shows that helping someone can be more fun than partying sometimes.


    12. Monday, February 25: 2 hours------------------------Friday March 8: 1 hourSaturday, March 9: 30 minutes---------------------------Sunday, March 10: 60 minutes---------------------------Monday, March 18: 20 minutes----------------------------Sunday, March 31: 20 minutes




    13. Such a dumb book, possibly the worst in the series (if that's even possible). If a lame/weird plot and (of course) a bunch of stupid boys don't make this book bad I'm not sure what else does.


    14. First book I read on my new kindle! I love my kindle and this book (I read this in less than 2 days)! Great story!











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