Incredibly Alice by Phyllis Naylor

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Given the tremendous effort towards building the depth of her character, making her flawed would have been so much more interesting.
-Not Acting My Age

Synopsis

With graduation, a wedding, a pregnancy, and a college decision in store, the end of high school is harder—and more emotional—than Alice ever imagined.

Get ready to start your own incredible, amazing life…right?

Alice McKinley is standing on the edge of something new—and half afraid she might fall off. Graduation is a big deal—that gauntlet of growing up that requires everyone she’s known since forever to make huge decisions that will fling them here and there and far from home. But what if Alice wants to be that little dandelion seed that doesn’t scatter? What if she doesn’t have the heart to fly off into the horizon on the next big breeze? And what if that starts to make her feel like staying close to home means she’s a little less incredible than her friends—and her boyfriend Patrick?

Sometimes the bravest thing you can do is be honest with yourself—and sometimes the most incredible thing you can do is sneak a little fun into all this soul-searching.
 

About Phyllis Naylor

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Phyllis Reynolds Naylor has written more than 135 books, including the Newbery Award–winning Shiloh. She lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland. To hear from Phyllis and find out more about what’s in store for Alice, visit AliceMcKinley.com.
 
Published May 1, 2012 by Atheneum Books for Young Readers. 290 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Critic reviews for Incredibly Alice
All: 8 | Positive: 5 | Negative: 3

Kirkus

Excellent
Reviewed by Kirkus Reviews on Apr 15 2011

Richly entertaining, reliable and informative guide to growing up.

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Reader Girlz

Good
Reviewed by Lorie Grover on Sep 15 2011

Incredibly Alice is a slow, thoughtful novel that tackles the big questions about growing up, leaving high school, and taking that definitive step into adult life.

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It's All About Books

Good
Reviewed by Asriana Purnama on May 09 2011

When I was on the last page, all I wanted was to read the next book.

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Not Acting My Age

Below average
Reviewed by Paul on Feb 27 2012

Given the tremendous effort towards building the depth of her character, making her flawed would have been so much more interesting.

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Little Miss Book Freak

Below average
Reviewed by Little_miss_book_freak on May 28 2012

Overall I really dont have a lot to say about this book other than that I dont really recommend this to people but if your looking for a short summer read and really dont mind a book about nothing in particular its good for you.

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YA or STFU

Good
Reviewed by Amy P on Sep 14 2011

This, I guess, is what I’m coming to dislike about the series: Alice never changes.

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30 Going on 13

Good
Reviewed by lapetitecupcake on Jun 02 2011

This book surely lives up to its adjective, it is incredible.

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My Life In…

Below average
Reviewed by Keri on Mar 24 2011

I feel like the early Alice books actually had plots, and this one is just a series of scenes.

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