Synopses & Reviews
Krysten ?Kry? Rodriguez is the new girl in school, and Emma decides she would make a great best friend. The problem is that her archnemesis, Cynthia, thinks so, too. Emma doesn?t want to fight Cynthia, but she has to come up with a plan to get to Kry before Cynthia does. The other problem? Emma accidentally forgot that she already has a best friend? Annie Pat. But it?s not Emma?s fault that Annie Pat got a stomachache and missed meeting Kry. And it?s not her fault that she made plans with Kry on the same day she and Annie Pat had planned their big trip to Marine Universe. Can Emma make up with Annie Pat and be Kry?s friend as well? Or will she be left alone with no friends at all?
Harpers whimsical drawings add humor and warmth to the story. Told in first-person narrative, the story will appeal to fans of Judy Moody, Amber Brown, and such. School Library Journal
As soon as Emma McGraw sees Krysten Rodriguez, she knows that Krysten would make a great best friend. Theres just one problem. Emma already has a best friendAnnie Pat But Emma is sure she wouldnt mind if Emma made a new friend for both of them. And she has to do it fast, before Krysten is taken Annie Pat should appreciate that, right? Actually, no. Not when Emma is forgetting important plans theyve made together. Suddenly Emma is faced with the prospect of no friends at all
At once charming, funny, and thoughtful, this fourth book about eightyear- old Emma is sure to find new fans.
Emma McGraw decides that new girl Krysten Rodriguez would make a great best friend. There's a problem, however. Emma accidentally forgets that she already has a best friend in Annie Pat. Can Emma make up with Annie Pat and be Krysten's friend as well? Illustrations.
About the Author
Sally Warner (www.sallywarner.com) has published more than twenty novels for young readers, including the Emma and EllRay Jakes series. She lives in Altadena, California with her husband and their not-so-miniature dachshund, Rocky.