Out Of Bounds

Out Of Bounds

Annie Bryant / Dec 16, 2019

Out Of Bounds The Abigail Adams Seventh Grade Talent Show is coming up and the Beacon Street Girls are hard at work on their magic act Isabel and the rest of the BSG learn to take things out of bounds in order to

  • Title: Out Of Bounds
  • Author: Annie Bryant
  • ISBN: 9780974658797
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Abigail Adams Seventh Grade Talent Show is coming up, and the Beacon Street Girls are hard at work on their magic act Isabel and the rest of the BSG learn to take things out of bounds in order to deal with the Queens of Mean and an out of control soccer mom, and to save the Movie House.

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      Published :2019-09-10T09:42:12+00:00

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      • Annie Bryant

        The Beacon Street Girls books are inspired by all the preteen girls I ve ever known I wanted to create a world where girls can go to have fun and learn about who they are, while modeling real life experiences The first book, Worst Enemies Best Friends, explores creating and testing friendships, skewed first impressions, and being the new kid at school In the end, true friendship conquers all Welcome to the world of the BSG


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    1. The book, Out of Bounds, by Annie Bryant, is an excellent novel about the lives of an ordinary group of seventh-grade girls, Maeve, Avery, Isabel, Katani, and Charlotte. When the girls find out that the local movie theater is struggling financially, they try to help. Luckily, the seventh-grade talent show is coming up. They request the school to give the proceeds to the movie theater. Things get harder for the girls, when their enemies, a group of mean girls decides to put on an dance program th [...]


    2. For some reason, this series has lost a lot of appeal to me. and it started with this book. I was so excited to read this because I had absolutely ADORED the first three. So, I picked it up at Barnes And Noble, and I began to read. But, for some reason, I didn't really enjoy Annie Bryant's style of writing anymore, (seriously, what is it with all the exclamation points after EVERY SINGLE sentence?) and I was actually a bit annoyed by the characters. I still enjoyed the book, but it wasn't the sa [...]


    3. I learned from this book that some people aren't exactly the nicest people on the planet, but if there is something you want soooooo bad that you just HAVE to go along. The people whom you work with might not agree with everything you say or do, or vice versa, but sometimes people are just DESPERATE. In this book, Isabel Martinez REALLY wants her father to come and visit her family. Her dad has NEVER missed a dance recital of Isabel's, so Isabel decided to join the Queens of Mean's dance group f [...]


    4. The Beacon Street Girls use their combined talents, ingenuity, and common sense to help Maeve's parents save the historical theater which they own. When the talent show that they have planned as a fundraiser is in serious jeopardy of being cancelled, they pull together and find a solution. Beacon Street Girls #4: Out of Bounds is the continuing story of five unlikely friends, each with her own unique talent, who are loyal and empathetic. New characters are introduced, as well as the continuing a [...]


    5. The plot was OK, but I didn't care about the soccer games or Razzberry Pink. I did not like it because of how unrealistic it was. It barely mentioned boy and girl stuff and said that some boys were still giving each other noogies and stuff. The fact that it took a while for them to (SPOILER) get the idea to move the talent show was disturbing and to obvious. Also, why does Avery think Marty was a past circus performer??? Do they honestly think Marty can understand them? Pulling Marty out of the [...]


    6. This book is great!!!! The five Beacon Steet Girls, Isabel, Katani, Charlotte, Avery and Maeve, are going to do an act for their school's talent show. The queen's of mean ( Anna and Joline) are also doing an act. They ask Isabel if she wants to be in their act too. Isabel accepts the request. When the other Beacon Street Girls find out, they are confused and kind of upset. Read the book to find out what happens to Isabel and the rest of the girls.


    7. I really liked this book. It has a nice plot and I learned a lot from this book. I don't really like the style though. It just seems that everything is going to turn out bad at the beginning, but then afterwards, everything is fine. I thought it was funny that Marty has a crush on apink poodle. Also, I'm glad that the magic act was really good. Just imagine Marty as a bunny! I couldn't help chuckle.


    8. I think the Beacon Street Girls: Out Of Bounds, was really good.It had a good plot. It made good sense and it had everyone's point of the everything that was going on.It shows 5 girls who are best friends who try to save a beloved movie house and try to save the school talent show after a flood happens in their gym during a terrible thunderstorm. I would change how Annie Bryant divided the book up to show the change from one place to another. Other than that it is a really good book to read.


    9. Oh my gosh. I always love the BSG books. This book really showed the inner Queens Of Mean, Isabel + her father's *relationship*, and the movie house. It also shows how people can commit to try and do something. The 7th grade commited to save the movie house. Can't wait to read the next BSG books!!! :]





    10. From Avery reffing a soccer game, to the thought of the Movie House closing, to the seventh grade talet show, this book never gets dull! I loved this book!!!

















    11. I AM IN LOVE WITH MRRTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HE ROX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ANNIE SHOULD TOTTALY WRITE A WHOLE BOOK DEVOTED TO HIM!!!!!!!111



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