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by Sophia Lowell

Category: Arts Music and Photography
Subcategory: Children
Author: Sophia Lowell
ISBN: 0606204849
ISBN13: 978-0606204842
Language: English
Publisher: Turtleback Books (February 15, 2011)
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School & Library Binding: 352 pages.

School & Library Binding: 352 pages. But the Kindle version is full of spelling errors. It badly needs the attention of someone who knows the difference between "yon" and "you".

For use in schools and libraries only

For use in schools and libraries only. It's 1996, and less than half of all American high school students have ever used the Internet. Emma just got her first computer and an America Online CD-ROM. Josh is her best friend. Jay Asher's first novel, "Thirteen Reasons Why," spent over two years on the "New York Times" bestseller list, with foreign rights sold in over 30 countries and more than 1,000,000 copies in print in the US alone. Carolyn Mackler is the Printz Honor winning author of "The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things"; "Tangled"; "Guyaholic"; "Vegan Virgin Valentine"; and "Love and Other Four-Letter Words.

Glee: Foreign Exchange (Hardcover). Published February 15th 2011 by Turtleback Books. Hardcover, 245 pages.

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ISBN 13: 9780606379922. Kwame Alexander is a poet, educator, and the New York Times Bestselling author of 24 books, including THE CROSSOVER, a middle grade novel which received the 2015 John Newbery Medal for the Most Distinguished Contribution to American literature for Children, the Coretta Scott King Author Award Honor, The NCTE Charlotte Huck Honor, the Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award, and the Paterson Poetry Prize.

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School & Library Binding published 1996-03-01 by Turtleback. School & Library Binding published March 1996. Granny Weatherwax and the witches of the kingdom of Lancre must halt an infestation of faerie trash that brings the kingdom to its knees and disrupts the royal wedding.

Steinbeck records his emotions and experiences during a journey of rediscovery in his native land.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When McKinley High invites a French glee club to town, Kurt gets an entourage, Finn falls for a new girl, and Puck realizes his suave moves may get lost in translation.
Comments to eBook Foreign Exchange (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) (Glee)
Anayajurus
This book was good but different who knew Kurt who is gay could get three pretty French girls and puck and finn were having problems not getting pretty French girls and Rachel not talking to Finn for a whole week and finn thinking about Rachel more then Rachel thinking about Finn but it was ok
Rose Of Winds
Each and every Gleek needs to read this series. The characters are portrayed just as in the series. Books arrived in excellent condition and in a timely manner. Ordered the first one at Hastings, took 2 months. This, a week or so.
Hi_Jacker
Came on time and just as it was advertised
Prinna
In the second Glee book, Mr. Schu has decided to take Multicultural Week to the next level by inviting a French Glee Club (run by a childhood pen pal) to come and perform with the New Directions. Rachel is faced with competition (this was before Sunshine Corazon and her behavior was much less appalling here), Puck is not as much of a ladies-man as he thought, Finn has a new crush, Artie shows he has some moves (post Tina, pre-Brittany), and Santana was, sadly, all but absent. How did this book measure up to the series and the other book?

Because there is no actual singing, the books automatically cannot compare to the series itself. The incredible rendition of "Don't Stop Believing" is the reason I started watching this show in the first place (I initially hated the pilot but gave it a second chance after someone posted the video on my wall).

The first book, The Beginning, was unquestionably stronger than this one, Foreign Exchange. For one thing, there were simply far too many people involved that we didn't get much of a chance to really be invested in any of them. It felt like whenever we settled into one storyline, we suddenly jumped to another.

On top of the already large New Directions, we have the French glee club to get to know. Brittani and Santana, who have finally become real members of the cast on the show, were relegated to the background, Mercedes was just the same as always (boy obsessed and insecure), and Quinn was about as deep as a puddle. Kurt was all pretty lame (I mean nice that he had fun and no bullying, but otherwise...). Rachel was fun and her usual neurotic, as always but I would have liked to spend a little more time with her (and much as I disliked Quinn overall, I enjoyed the way she played Rachel).

Not that the story wasn't fun. It's Glee and Glee is always fun. Fun enough that I want to check out Summer Break, the upcoming book, but not so much so that it's a must-read.
Made-with-Love
A French glee club is visiting the glee club at McKinley High. Can Rachel handle the competition? Why does Kurt get all the girls? Will Finn runaway to France with his new crush?

I love, LOVE Glee and I very much enjoyed reading the first Glee novel so when this one showed up in my mailbox I had to read it ASAP.

This time the Glee kids is in for a surprise, but how will things work out when the French Glee club arrive at McKinley High? Mr. Schuster assigns each of his Glee members to a French student, they are going to show the French students around school and make sure they'll have a good time. The plot sounded great to and to some extent it was. Puck tried every trick he could think of to get a cool French girl to be his girlfriend. Rachel and Quinn both had issues with Finn getting assigned with the hottest French girl(she wasn't just hot but also a talented singer, you can only guess what went through Rachel's mind). We got to see more of Artie which was great.

While Foreign Exchange was entertaining it just didn't have the same Glee-feeling as the the first novel. Something was missing and I hope Lowell is aware of that and that the same wonderful feeling is back on paper in the third official Glee novel, Summer Break, when it hits the stores in July this year.
Worla
I think it has a lot to do with the lack of actual music, but the books are not as addicting as the show. Also, there are a few things in both this book and the previous book that contradict events in the show. I won't ruin anything for you, but there are a few MINOR...very MINOR parts in these books that contradict very MINOR parts in the show. It threw me for a loop, but if you are reading for entertainment and to get a bit more from Glee because waiting every week for a new episode is just too hair-raising of an experience (I get antsy too, don't fret), I recommend this book. I was very happy about Lowell's ability to capture the characters we love so much. I wanted to smack Rachel, hug Kurt, ignore Finn, and gag at Puck. LOL. To feel the same emotions for these characters whether it be book or show is amazing. Props to Sophia for capturing the magic, minus the music! Oh, and expect from these books the feeling of merely watching an episode of Glee. These books take place over the course of a week or so, so don't expect extreme story arcs.
Anen
Very rarely does a television show translate well into written word, but Glee: Foreign Exchange is pitch perfect. I really felt like each voice of the cast was captured perfectly and the story flowed just as well as a television script. That said, there is no music that makes this book sing like the television show. It would have been wonderful if there would have been snippets of the song available online to go with the book. As far as this being just a young adult novel, it is better than most with an easy to follow and enjoy storyline.

McKinley High is hosting a group of foreign chorus singers from France and each member of the group has unique experience with this exchange. Kurt meets people that are more fashionable than he is, Finn finds a new love, Puck's sexiness doesn't translate and Rachel meets her match. Sue has some great barbs about Mr. Shu's hair -- those quips are just spectacular! Brittany delivers several spacey one liners that amaze me. This is the perfect read for anyone who adores Glee as much as I do.
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