Me and the Terrible Two First Dorrie s best friend and next door neighbor Marlene moves to Australia then a new family arrives with twin boys who seem determined to drive Dorrie crazy Will Dorrie ever be able to become fr

  • Title: Me and the Terrible Two
  • Author: Ellen Conford
  • ISBN: 9780316153669
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • First Dorrie s best friend and next door neighbor, Marlene, moves to Australia, then a new family arrives with twin boys who seem determined to drive Dorrie crazy Will Dorrie ever be able to become friends with the pesky brothers

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    381 thoughts on “Me and the Terrible Two”

    1. When Dorrie Kimball's best friend Marlene Dreyfus moves to Australia with her family, she is not only devastated at losing her friend (and that Marlene is moving not to Baltimore or to Detroit, but to Australia, to basically the other side of the world), the fact that two obnoxious twin brothers (Conrad and Haskell Conger) have moved into her friend's former domicile with their single working mother, add to her annoyance and frustration (at least, Conrad and Haskell are considered obnoxious by D [...]


    2. My family read books aloud during the evenings when I was a child and this book was the first one I got to pick. I still remember the weightiness of selecting it at the library and my pride when the whole family laughed out loud!


    3. I so clearly remember seeing Ellen Conford’s books on the shelves in the young adult section of my childhood public library. I didn’t read many of them, since they seemed so dated, even in the early 90s, but the ones I did read - If This is Love, I'll Take Spaghetti and I Love You, I Hate You, Get Lost became instant favorites. On a recent trip to the used bookstore, I knew I wanted to look for some more Conford books, and I was pleased to discover one of her earliest books, Me and the Terri [...]




    4. This was one of those books read aloud to us when we were in the first grade or so. I became so interested in it from the read-to sessions that I tracked down a copy to read on my own at home. Mine was a hardback and I do miss it. This is a great book with unpredictable plot twists, an engaging narrator and is one of the few books that features a guinea pig. I miss my battered old copy from my childhood.


    5. 2.5 stars. Short and cute, but almost completely devoid of any conflict. Also, while I get being overly dramatic is part of Dorrie's personality, it was both rather grating and not very well realized.


    6. A fun story about a sixth-grade girl and a couple of brothers who move into the house her best friend used to occupy. Lots of intelligent humor and sarcasm. Appropriate and recommended for 4th grade and up!25/60 tbr box.


    7. NYT Best sellerThis book contains a ton of humor and is meant to make the reader laugh out loud and the pranks and quirky characters within the book. This book reminds me of the Diary of a Wimpy kid.Class Act. Have students write their favorite part in the story and why.


    8. I really liked this story when I was a kid. The copy I have is hardback, possibly purchased from Weekly Reader. LOL






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