DYAN SHELDON CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE DRAMA QUEEN PDF

AN AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION POPULAR PAPERBACK FOR YOUNG ADULTS! Now a major motion picture! Melodramatic, yet lovable Lola vies with. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. Dyan Sheldon, Author Candlewick Press (MA) $ (p) ISBN Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. By Dyan Sheldon. There is only room for one drama queen – which one will take centre stage?.

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Also it was a joyride reading the story play out with Lola’s heavy lies. I don’t know that I would reread it now being 30 years old, haha. Apr 27, Margaret rated it it was amazing Shelves: She’s quite the character.

Want to read more of my reviews? Jun 12, Melissa rated ddama it was amazing.

Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Series by Dyan Sheldon

It did not disappoint. Mar 07, Emmatran rated it really liked it.

Unable to get into the concert Lola and Ella later see the singer of the Sidartha band, Stu Wolff, getting drunk as he leaves the party. I’m giving it two stars becaus Lola Cep is the new girl at Dellwood High school, or as she likes to call it Deadwood. May 24, Vicki Lee rated it did not like it. I wanted to tewnage this as an easy, light hearted read after I finished a serious book previously.

While Lola being dramatic, Carla Santini the antagonist in the story is the tenage kind of girl.

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Hopefulyl the next book that I pick will be more exciting. Eighth Grade Bites 1. She does however, befriend a girl in her classes, Ella, and get the lead role in the school’s production of Pygmalion. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Visit me on The Bookabelles Blog or follow me here on Goodreads: I was also interested in how shheldon differed from the film staring Lindsay Lohan I am a big fan of the film, a little bit of a guilty pleasure.

When her favorite confessioms Sidhartha breaks up she is detemined to get Ella and her into the concert and to the party at the lead singer’s house after.

This story of a drama loving teenage girl transplanted from New York city to the suburbs is filled with lively characters. Jan 18, Qkeen rated it really liked it. I had to rush straight to my computer to write this!!

However, you don’t necessarily have to listen to me. The 1 New York Times bestseller–and basis for the film from Touchstone Pictures starring Lindsay Lohan–is now reissued with a striking new cover. Lola, fed up with Carla’s attitude, decides aa give up on their war. So they both decide to follow him.

Lola is definitely one of dgan most compelling protagonists in YA, and the writing style reflects her strangeness and drama so well that you will be fyan out loud more than once for sure. Dellwood, or Deadwood, as Lola had dubbed it, is boring and not filled with excitement like Lola is used to. Although it may be a flaw as a reader, I sometimes struggle with books where the characters make the same mistake many times, yet the characters don’t seem to change at all.

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Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen

We are experiencing technical difficulties. Objectivity and rationality have no space in the frame of this flawed, lying teenager who neither realizes her own flaws nor really feels bad for lying only for getting caught. Lola’s teacher in Dellwood High who directs the class into making the Pygmalion show. Witty, sarcastic, and told from the viewpoint of an adolescent. Undaunted, Lola tries out for and wins the lead in the school play, a role much desired by Carla.

Mar 23, Minutes Young Adult Buy. Originally released in through Candlewick Pressit was later turned into a Disney motion picture of the same name in starring Lindsay Lohan and was made one of the ALA book picks for Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen 1.

So what if this book will never be required reading in high schools or that it will never be remembered as a vital work of literature? Mary Elizabeth Cep or Lola, as she prefers to be called longs to be in the spotlight. Serena Blasco and Nancy Springer.

In each she came across as melodramatic and self-centered.

I have mixed feelings about this book.