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After reading this new book about Just Grace you will know how to . . . 1. turn your favorite potato chips into a tasty chipwich. 2. draw and fold up your very own zine, which is a cool little book made from only one piece of paper. 3. look for and use the special powers of the wish chip. This book will not help you know how to . . . 1. do fancy hairstyles for your cat. 2. ma After reading this new book about Just Grace you will know how to . . . 1. turn your favorite potato chips into a tasty chipwich. 2. draw and fold up your very own zine, which is a cool little book made from only one piece of paper. 3. look for and use the special powers of the wish chip. This book will not help you know how to . . . 1. do fancy hairstyles for your cat. 2. make a flower garden in your room. 3. bake a four- or even five-layer cake. But this book might make you feel a little bit hungry, and if it does, then you will know you are having a “snack attack” just like Grace! Move over Judy Moody, Amber Brown and Clementine, there's a new spunky third grader on the block!


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After reading this new book about Just Grace you will know how to . . . 1. turn your favorite potato chips into a tasty chipwich. 2. draw and fold up your very own zine, which is a cool little book made from only one piece of paper. 3. look for and use the special powers of the wish chip. This book will not help you know how to . . . 1. do fancy hairstyles for your cat. 2. ma After reading this new book about Just Grace you will know how to . . . 1. turn your favorite potato chips into a tasty chipwich. 2. draw and fold up your very own zine, which is a cool little book made from only one piece of paper. 3. look for and use the special powers of the wish chip. This book will not help you know how to . . . 1. do fancy hairstyles for your cat. 2. make a flower garden in your room. 3. bake a four- or even five-layer cake. But this book might make you feel a little bit hungry, and if it does, then you will know you are having a “snack attack” just like Grace! Move over Judy Moody, Amber Brown and Clementine, there's a new spunky third grader on the block!

30 review for Just Grace and the Snack Attack

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alea

    I will admit that this book interested me because of the doodles on the cover and that it promised you would "Learn How to Make A Zine Inside!" Being all about cute illustration and zines I knew that this had to be a good time and I was definitely right. While I'm far older than the intended audience for this book (elementary age) I could still appreciate the story and the accompanying doodles. Just Grace and the Snack Attack is the only book I've read out of the Just Grace series but it read fin I will admit that this book interested me because of the doodles on the cover and that it promised you would "Learn How to Make A Zine Inside!" Being all about cute illustration and zines I knew that this had to be a good time and I was definitely right. While I'm far older than the intended audience for this book (elementary age) I could still appreciate the story and the accompanying doodles. Just Grace and the Snack Attack is the only book I've read out of the Just Grace series but it read fine as a stand alone for me. I loved the idea of exploring different ethnic foods, it's definitely a great topic for young children to be exposed to. It also talks about things such as family, friendship, what happens when you do something wrong, jealous and other things that are important for kids to learn about. As far as reading level goes I'd say this would be the step between learning to read simple chapter books and full blown chapter books. The type is rather large on the page and while it isn't split into chapters it's split into small sections with their own headings such as "Eating Lunch" and the doodles also help break up the story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Caffers

    The book with the ZINE... French roast chicken chips, chip tasting, wish chips and hot dogs. Fun. Owen 1 misbehaves, Grace throws a pencil and surprises herself, wondering if she is 'a troublemaking girl'. More fun with her teacher, Miss Lois. Favorite quotes from this one: "Owen 1 is still a troublemaking boy. Owen 1 is still Owen 1. Like normal. Owen 1 is not cured. Miss Lois still has a lot more work to do to help fix him." "When someone gives you a present that you love that is perfect for you, The book with the ZINE... French roast chicken chips, chip tasting, wish chips and hot dogs. Fun. Owen 1 misbehaves, Grace throws a pencil and surprises herself, wondering if she is 'a troublemaking girl'. More fun with her teacher, Miss Lois. Favorite quotes from this one: "Owen 1 is still a troublemaking boy. Owen 1 is still Owen 1. Like normal. Owen 1 is not cured. Miss Lois still has a lot more work to do to help fix him." "When someone gives you a present that you love that is perfect for you, it means that they have been paying attention to the kinds of things you like. This paying attention is part of the present too, because it means that the present giver really cares about you."

  3. 5 out of 5

    Greg

    It was fun to read to 8 yo, but already I cant remember what it is about. Some girl, sandwiches, like, shopping. No idea. If Peppi L or Alice in W is 5 stars, this book should be 1 star, and not be read, but it should probably be rated within a strange category of so called children books, therefore 3 stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Darla

    Just Grace goes into food territory this week -- especially foods that are foreign. She decides to research potato chips while others are checking out edible bugs and other delicacies. She makes a new friend and grows in her empathy powers. Still no real dog -- just Chip-up.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.com Grace's class has a new project - find out about unusual food around the world. Grace decides to research potato chips. Grace finds herself a little jealous when her dad seems more interested in helping her best friend, Mimi, with her hot dog project than he does with Grace's potato chips. Grace also learns to make a zine, sneaks away to talk to her neighbor, and does something in class she never thought she'd do. Grace is in fo Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.com Grace's class has a new project - find out about unusual food around the world. Grace decides to research potato chips. Grace finds herself a little jealous when her dad seems more interested in helping her best friend, Mimi, with her hot dog project than he does with Grace's potato chips. Grace also learns to make a zine, sneaks away to talk to her neighbor, and does something in class she never thought she'd do. Grace is in for another fun adventure! This is the fifth JUST GRACE book and the first one I've read. The nice thing about the book is that I didn't feel lost, so a reader could pick up any title and jump right in. There are lots of illustrations, because Grace loves to draw, so the book would be great for readers who enjoy the DIARY OF A WIMPY KID books and are looking for other humorously illustrated books. The book even includes instructions on how readers can make their own zine just like Grace. There were a few times that I felt that Grace's wisdom was a little wise beyond her years, but for the most part she is very funny and has some great observations about life that will be sure to leave readers laughing. Grace is perfect for fans of CLEMENTINE and ALLIE FINKLE. She somewhat reminds me of a less-crazy Clementine - Grace seems not quite as wild, which I think readers who might not relate to Clementine's crazy antics will appreciate. Readers are sure to find Grace a fun, relatable character. Just be careful when you read this one - you'll want to make sure you have potato chips handy

  6. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Just Grace and the Snack Attack is a super cute, super fast read! Grace is a young girl who has a lot of opinions. She really isn't a huge fan of Owen 1 and doesn't understand why he has to make fun of different types of food. One day after Owen 1 makes a fellow classmate cry, Grace's teacher is told by the principal to have a class on food cultures. It's through this project that Grace and friends learn more about different types of foods and the customs that go with them. I read this book in a Just Grace and the Snack Attack is a super cute, super fast read! Grace is a young girl who has a lot of opinions. She really isn't a huge fan of Owen 1 and doesn't understand why he has to make fun of different types of food. One day after Owen 1 makes a fellow classmate cry, Grace's teacher is told by the principal to have a class on food cultures. It's through this project that Grace and friends learn more about different types of foods and the customs that go with them. I read this book in about 2 short hours. I learned how to make a "zine" while reading this book and will make one and post by the weekend. This is a great "mommy and me" book and I highly recommend it!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarah BT

    This is the fifth Just Grace book and the first one I've read. The nice thing about the book is that I didn't feel lost, so a reader could pick up any title and jump right in. There are lots of illustrations, because Grace loves to draw, so the book would be great for readers who enjoy the Wimpy Kid books and are looking for other humorously illustrated books. There were a few times that I felt that Grace's wisdom was a little wise beyond her years, but for the most part she is very funny and ha This is the fifth Just Grace book and the first one I've read. The nice thing about the book is that I didn't feel lost, so a reader could pick up any title and jump right in. There are lots of illustrations, because Grace loves to draw, so the book would be great for readers who enjoy the Wimpy Kid books and are looking for other humorously illustrated books. There were a few times that I felt that Grace's wisdom was a little wise beyond her years, but for the most part she is very funny and has some great observations about life that will be sure to leave readers laughing. Grace is perfect for fans of Clementine and Allie Finkle. She somewhat reminds me of a less crazy Clementine-Grace seems not quite as wild, which I think readers who might not relate to Clementines crazy antics will appreciate.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Charlyn

    Grace's fear of frog dissection makes her welcome a substitute curriculum for the week--the class will study foods around the world because a classmate made a rude remark about another's lunch. Grace chooses chips around the world, but she becomes jealous when her father spends too much time helping her best friend Mimi learn about hot dogs around the world. The book is filled with Grace's illustrations and they add a good deal of humor to the book. And while the book is all about her class lear Grace's fear of frog dissection makes her welcome a substitute curriculum for the week--the class will study foods around the world because a classmate made a rude remark about another's lunch. Grace chooses chips around the world, but she becomes jealous when her father spends too much time helping her best friend Mimi learn about hot dogs around the world. The book is filled with Grace's illustrations and they add a good deal of humor to the book. And while the book is all about her class learning about international foods, it's also about Grace learning about herself and her friends. Readers will learn from the book, too--how to make a zine, how to make a chipwich, and how sometimes it's better to think before you act.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Written in a journal format that is approachable for young readers. Grace is a sweet girl who deals with typical kid problems in a way that will teach readers how to productively work through their emotions. For example, guilt over acting out, jealousy that dad is giving her friend more attention and confusion over whom to be friends with. An enjoyable read that I'll recommend to young readers. ages 4-7 Written in a journal format that is approachable for young readers. Grace is a sweet girl who deals with typical kid problems in a way that will teach readers how to productively work through their emotions. For example, guilt over acting out, jealousy that dad is giving her friend more attention and confusion over whom to be friends with. An enjoyable read that I'll recommend to young readers. ages 4-7

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ramarie

    I needed something light and fun...and Just Grace always fits the bill. In her latest book, she and her classmates are doing a project on snacks in different countries. She learns how to make a zine from her French neighbor (with instructions for the reader)and she might be warming up to another classmate, Owen 1. Grace's empathy powers are at work and her self-awareness and plentiful drawings are totally endearing. I needed something light and fun...and Just Grace always fits the bill. In her latest book, she and her classmates are doing a project on snacks in different countries. She learns how to make a zine from her French neighbor (with instructions for the reader)and she might be warming up to another classmate, Owen 1. Grace's empathy powers are at work and her self-awareness and plentiful drawings are totally endearing.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    My nine year old read this and said "Mom! This is a great book! You have to read it!" She was right. Grace is a fourth grader. She doesn't have much use for Owen 1 in her class. He's very annoying, disruptive in class, mean and chews his pencils like a beaver. Owen 1 makes classmate, Sunni, cry at lunch when he teases her about her strange lunch. He gets in trouble and the principal suggests the teacher teach a 'foods of the world' class. The result is an amusing, cute read. My nine year old read this and said "Mom! This is a great book! You have to read it!" She was right. Grace is a fourth grader. She doesn't have much use for Owen 1 in her class. He's very annoying, disruptive in class, mean and chews his pencils like a beaver. Owen 1 makes classmate, Sunni, cry at lunch when he teases her about her strange lunch. He gets in trouble and the principal suggests the teacher teach a 'foods of the world' class. The result is an amusing, cute read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Crys

    Oh how I love Just Grace - she is just so adorable. In the latest installment, Harper gives us a more mature Grace, who is starting to come into her own. Her best friend Mimi has a secret: her parents are adopting a little girl. Grace spends the book trying to convince Mimi that she will make an excellent big sister. If you have a little girl, Just Grace books must be on her shelf or checked out from the library. She really is that adorable.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    As Grace and her classmates study foods from other cultures, she has the opportunity to ponder such mysteries as whether Owen 1 is really bad or not, why she feels jealous when her father helps her best friend with her hot dog report, and how Augustine Dupre, her family's French boarder, can be so wise As Grace and her classmates study foods from other cultures, she has the opportunity to ponder such mysteries as whether Owen 1 is really bad or not, why she feels jealous when her father helps her best friend with her hot dog report, and how Augustine Dupre, her family's French boarder, can be so wise

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Barberie Blount

    This is a great story for kids just starting chapter books. It has a lot of humor, pictures and cool ideas. It also has a lot of situations that will be familiar to kids. Grace also shows that she is not perfect, just like everyone else.

  15. 4 out of 5

    MockingBirdLeigh

    I love these books! They are easy to relate to, and are funny. The writing is perfect for someone reading for pleasure. Grace is smart, and loves to draw comics. The illustrations are perfect for the story and the comics are funny. This book is a great book read, and I will definitely re-read it!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    These little books staring Grace are so fun. Her emotions are so appropriate for the age group this book would appeal to. The little drawings are fun and help to bring the story to life.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Olivia

    This was one of my favs!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cecelia

    I liked it more than Just Grace Goes Green. I liked this book because I liked that they had to do a science project about snacks from around the world.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Fluxbrarian

    Recommend to girls who like Ivy and Bean, Ramona, Judy Moody, Piper Reed, etc. Grace is nicer and more toned down than Clementine.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ainsley

    this book was a cool book and cool roast chicken flavored potato chips.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    I had such high hopes for this book about a budding zinester, but it didn't entertain. With more humor, it could have been fun, but this is no Franny K. Stein. I had such high hopes for this book about a budding zinester, but it didn't entertain. With more humor, it could have been fun, but this is no Franny K. Stein.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Silly but not so great.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Yeegirl

    After reading it I want to do a potato chips project too.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Brett

    Just Grace is cute & likable, even when she is doing things she doesn't mean to. Just Grace is cute & likable, even when she is doing things she doesn't mean to.

  25. 4 out of 5

    PottWab Regional Library

    SM

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dolores

    This is just such a cute series.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    3rd-4th

  28. 4 out of 5

    Faith

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mark

  30. 4 out of 5

    Thalie

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