eBook Just Ask Iris download
by Lucy Frank
Author: Lucy Frank
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (May 1, 2003)
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Lucy Frank is the author of five novels for young people: Just Ask Iris; Oy, Joy!; Will You Be My Brussels Sprout?; I Am an Artichoke; and The Annoyance Bureau.
Lucy Frank is the author of five novels for young people: Just Ask Iris; Oy, Joy!; Will You Be My Brussels Sprout?; I Am an Artichoke; and The Annoyance Bureau. She splits her time between New York City and upstate New York, where she and her husband have raised one son, three cats, and four ducks.
A really sweet story by an author that I love. I read (and loved!) all of Lucy Frank's books as a teen and they're still really good as a reread. Sep 10, 2016 Jessica rated it liked it.
Twelve-year-old Iris Diaz Pinkowitz's Mami wants her to spend the summer in the apartment learning to type from a classic 1950s typing text. But Iris has other ideas: she wants to find out where the cat she's been feeding comes from-maybe the lady in 6B, who seems to have dozens-and she needs to get a bra, because the catcalls are becoming irritating. Get weekly book recommendations
According to her mother, Iris is supposed to spend the summer safely indoors, keeping the apartment clean and learning to type. But when Iris follows a cat out onto the fire escape one day, she ends up meeting some of the amazing people who live in her building, including Yolanda, the Cat Lady, and the angry boy with the peashooter. Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers (May 1, 2003). ISBN13: 9780689844546. Grades: 5 - 9. Ages: 10 - 14. Browse Related Books.
2001) A novel by Lucy Frank. According to her mother, Iris is supposed to spend the summer safely indoors, keeping the apartment clean and learning to type.
Iris from Lucy Frank's Just Ask Iris cough, cough. Anyway, nothing major. I was just bored at 1:50 at night and I needed something to do. 816x638px 2. 9 KB. Show More.
Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor. Related books and articles. Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor. Author Lucy Frank spices this tale for young readers with a drama-inducing crisis: Iris discovers she needs a bra, Mami refuses to supply one, and a suitor enters the scene. Never mind that Don Juan is actually a stray cat. "Fluffy" arrives faithfully every morning for a week, then suddenly disappears.