Sophie Washington

Sophie Washington : Things You Didn't Know About Sophie

4.14 (47 ratings by Goodreads)
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Only Losers Don't Have Cell Phones...

That's what Sophie thinks in the beginning of this hilarious and heartwarming, illustrated chapter book about fitting in. She feels like an outsider because she's the only one in her class without a cell phone, and her crush, new kid Toby Johnson, has been calling her best friend Chloe. To fit in, Sophie changes who she is. Her plan to become popular works for a while, and she and Toby start to become friends. Things get more complicated when Sophie "borrows" a cell phone and gets caught. If her parents make her tell the truth, what will her friends think? Turns out Toby has also been hiding something, and Sophie discovers the best way to make true friends is to be yourself.

Here's what Goodreads reviewers say about Sophie Washington: Things You Didn't Know About Sophie

"Sophie is a real character with flaws and it is fun reading how she matures. The story line was funny and realistic." "Virtues like honesty, friendship and being true to yourself are always in style, and this book teaches that in a fun way. Also, it's great to learn a little bit about Texas too!" "Very well written middle school book."

This is the third book in the Readers' Favorite five star rated Sophie Washington book series that includes:

Sophie Washington: Queen of the Bee (Book 1) Sophie Washington: The Snitch (Book 2) Sophie Washington: Things You Didn't Know About Sophie (Book 3) Sophie Washington: The Gamer (Book 4) Sophie Washington: Hurricane (Book 5) Sophie Washington: Mission Costa Rica (Book 6)

Kids Ages 8-12
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Product details

  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 7mm | 130g
  • English
  • 1732706026
  • 9781732706026

Review quote

"Every school library should have a copy, and children should be encouraged to read it right along with each book in the series." Deborah Young, Editor "The school ambiance, the classroom scenes, and the friendship between the characters are tangible. It is an enjoyable read and what makes it an interesting read are the subtle messages about friendship and the importance of being truthful." -Reader's Favorite (Five Stars) "I enjoyed reading the book and I found it reminded me a bit of the Junie B. Jones books in how they both managed to truly capture the personality of a child in their main characters." -Readers' Favorite (Five Stars) "Ellis also deals with preteen crushes, jealousy between friends and difficulty new kids may have in making friends in a new school in this engaging and well-written tale." -Readers' Favorite (Five Stars)
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Rating details

47 ratings
4.14 out of 5 stars
5 40% (19)
4 43% (20)
3 13% (6)
2 0% (0)
1 4% (2)
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