9 edition of From Alice to Zen and everyone in between found in the catalog.
From Alice to Zen and everyone in between
Upon moving from Boston to the suburbs, eleven-year-old tomboy Alice meets Zen, a very strange neighbor who is determined to help her become popular when they both begin middle school, although he himself is a loner.
|Statement||by Beth Atkinson.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A86373 Fro 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007009659|
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FROM ALICE TO ZEN is absolutely wonderful and will appeal to tweens and adults alike!The main characters (especially Zen) are so likable and relatable. The story is funny,absorbing and truly uplifting -- I highly recommend it to anyone between 9 and 12 years old.5/5(11).
From Alice to Zen and Everyone in Between book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Alice likes playing soccer and working on /5. FROM ALICE TO ZEN is absolutely wonderful and will appeal to tweens and adults alike!The main characters (especially Zen) are so likable and relatable.
The story is funny,absorbing and truly uplifting -- I highly recommend it to anyone between 9 and 12 years old.5/5.
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From Alice to Zen and everyone in between. [E J Atkinson] -- Upon moving from Boston to the suburbs, eleven-year-old tomboy Alice meets Zen, a very strange neighbor who is determined to help her become popular when they both begin middle school, although he.
Zen is the overweight outcast at school who lives with his grandma and decides he will give Alice advice on fashion, friendship, and walking so she will be popular at middle school. The two have a like/hate relationship that is interesting to read.
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