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Nat Enough A New York Times bestseller Making friends isn t easy, but losing them is even harder Natalie has never felt that she s enough athletic enough, stylish enough, or talented enough And on the first day of middle school, Natalie discovers that things are worse than she thought now she s not even cool enough for her best friend, Lily As Natalie tries to get her best friend back, she learns about her true self and natural talents If Natalie can focus on who she is rather than who she isn t, then she might realize she s than enough, just the way she is

10 thoughts on “Nat Enough

  1. says:

    Natalie and Lily have been best friends forever Over the summer, Lily moved to another part of town, and since then she s been pretty aloof But Natalie s not too concerned After all, school is starting the first year of middle school and she ll be seeing her friend again soon Her hopes are crushed, however, when Lily hands her this note after gym class Dear Na

  2. says:

    This new graphic isthan enough to help middle grade kids navigate friendships as they evolve Natalie and Lily have always been best friends and still are, if you ask Natalie Lily has moved on to be friends with the cool girl in the sixth grade It takes awhile for Natalie to adjust and this book shows us her struggles Fortunately she has new friends who help her

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    A digital advanced reader copy from Edelweiss Plus was provided to this librarian.Solid graphic novel for the 3rd 6th grader who enjoys books by Raina Telgemeier, Terri Libenson, Victoria Jameson and Shannon Hale The story line is simple and straight forward nerdy girl enters middle school and loses her best friend to apopular student and since most in the targe

  4. says:

    This is a cute graphic novel I m torn on the voice of it though It reminded me a lot of older comic strips, like Sunday morning cartoons than say, Raina Telgemeier Sometimes there were really clever and funny jokes especially in the background that might go over the head of its audience But they made me giggle aloud What I find especially conflicting is how there

  5. says:

    Super cute book I loved that the whole moral of the book was to just be yourself and have fun I sometimes struggle with these problems myself, so hearing that other people have these problems as well Loved it, can t wait for the second one

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    I came across it when I was randomly browsing for something to read I felt I could relate to the book, so I gave it a try.It was a fun, refreshing, and cute read It was uplifting and took me back to the days when I used to read a lot of graphic novels and getting lost in them I felt like a little kid lost in a short story to get away from everything.

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    With the popularity of Telgemeier s books still going strong, authors illustrators are continuing to produce realistic graphic novels with the familiar themes of friendship, belonging, and change that many middle grade readers relate to Scrivan introduces Natalie, a girl who always feels like she s simply not enough Despite her lack of confidence in many areas of he

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    KidLitExchange Thank you to mariascrivan and scholasticinc for sharing an advance copy of Nat Enough with the KidLitExchange network This middle grades graphic novel will be released in April 2020 All opinions are my own Natalie is starting middle school and her best friend, Lily, seems to have forgotten they re friends After she moved over the summer, Lily decided s

  9. says:

    Cute graphic novel that I definitely would have related to in junior high Not a super standout but my students love this stuff so I might buy it for the library.

  10. says:

    This is such a great graphic novel for middle grade readers It not only teaches kids what real friendship looks like, but it also teaches them to focus on who they are instead of who they aren t I ll be book talking this one to my 4th graders

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