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Anastasia at Your Service

A maid As if that isn't bad enough she accidentally drops a piece of silverware down the garbage disposal and must use her earnings to pay for it Is the summer destined to be a disaste. Anastasia has some spunk This story has her getting a job her dream versus her reality Category juvie realistic fictionThis series is a delightful change from my usual dystopianteen dysfunctional angst books that I have been reading There are some good lessons thrown throughout the series For this book I especially liked how Anastasia dealt with first impressions misconceptions and taking responsibility

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A long boring summer that's what Anastasia has to look forward to when her best friend goes off to camp She's thrilled when old Mrs Bellingham answers her ad for a job as a Lady's Compa. I loved this book when I was a kid and I just finished reading my childhood copy It was written in 1982 and still holds up well The writing is excellent and the story is about seeing people as who they are without having prejudices about them It s really uite a funny story and I was able to pick out a lot of cultural references as an adult that I wouldn t have picked out when I was a child I m also just glad to finish a book I m been feeling unwell for a while and the fact that I didn t finish a book for a while is one of my tells

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Nion Anastasia is sure her troubles are over she'll be busy and earn moneyBut she doesn't expect to have to polish silver and serve at Mrs Bellingham's granddaughter's birthday party as. Isaac and I continue our journey through the Anastasia books This one was not uite as charming as its predecessors but still brought some belly laughs


About the Author: Lois Lowry

Taken from Lowry's websiteI’ve always felt that I was fortunate to have been born the middle child of three My older sister Helen was very much like our mother gentle family oriented eager to please Little brother Jon was the only boy and had interests that he shared with Dad; together they were always working on electric trains and erector sets; and later when Jon was older they always



10 thoughts on “Anastasia at Your Service

  1. says:

    This book introduced me to the word hors d'oeuvre when I was a kid I like that it unapologetically uses words like that and just assumes correctly that young readers will soak it all up even if they have to figure out what it means

  2. says:

    Growing up the closest thing to these that I had access to was Trixie Belden But the Anastasia books are even better than Naylor's Alice books imo More emphasis on humor less on angst Of course no one library has them all any but I'll keep looking

  3. says:

    I loved this book when I was a kid and I just finished reading my childhood copy It was written in 1982 and still holds up well The writing is excellent and the story is about seeing people as who they are without

  4. says:

    Lowry always manages to be funny and make social commentary while still being realistic Anastasia and her family are relatable and the situations she gets herself into are far fetched in the way only adolescents can get themselves into them

  5. says:

    Ah the old Anastasia books I missed some of them when I was reading these Lois Lowry favorites as a kid so I wanted to go back and read them This was a cute one from when Anastasia was twelve It's mostly about how she expected to get hired as an old woman's companion and get paid tons of money just to keep her company but getting disappoin

  6. says:

    Isaac and I continue our journey through the Anastasia books This one was not uite as charming as its predecessors but still brought some belly

  7. says:

    I forgot how funny this was

  8. says:

    Anastasia has some spunk This story has her getting a job her dream versus her reality Category juvie realistic fictionThis series is a delightful change from my usual dystopianteen dysfunctional angst books that I have been readin

  9. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book In the beginning it starts out with Anastasia having the most boring summer of her life Her parents convince her to get a job and she agrees The only problem is that Anastasia d

  10. says:

    YEE I appreciate the humor of this series By the way I like it and ye so like ye so ye

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