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    Freaky Friday

    Freaky Friday

    by Rodgers, Mary

    Annabel Andrews is tired of her mother telling her on what to do. She's tired of being told to do her homework, clean up her room, and be nice to her little brother, Ape Face. If she were an adult, she could do anything she wanted, like watch TV all day and eat marshmallows for breakfast.

    One Friday morning, Annabel's wish comes true when she wakes up and realizes she's turned into her mother! But after a major washing machine mishap, losing Ape Face, and a terrible teacher conference, Annabel starts to suspect that being an adult is not as much fun as it seems.

    One thing's for certain -- this is one freaky Friday she'll never forget!

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    Freaky Monday

    by Heather Hach Mary Rodgers

    In this sequel to Freaky Friday, a teacher and student switch places and find out what it's really like to walk in someone else's shoes. "Laugh out loud funny."—SLJ

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Freaky Friday

Author: Mary Rodgers

Interest Level:
6-8

Lexile Framework:
730L

Grade Level Equivalent:
5.1

Guided Reading Level:
R

Age:
11-13

Genre:
Comedy and Humor, Fantasy

Subject:
Family Life, School Life, Responsibility, Magic and Supernatural

About This Book

Annabel Andrews thinks she has a tough life. She has an annoying little brother named Ben (better known as Ape Face), her mom is always after her to clean up her room, and Boris, the boy who lives upstairs, doesn't like her a bit.

Annabel wishes she had her mother's much easier life — and one freaky, and hilarious, Friday, she gets it. She learns how difficult life can be when the laundry spins out of control, she sits in on a horrendous parent/teacher conference — about herself — and to cap it all, she loses Ape Face. Here is the original body-switching story that started a Hollywood trend.

An ALA Notable Children's Book

A 1973 Christopher Award Winner


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