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Slave girl (edição: 2012)

de Alexa Moses

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Thirteen-year-old exchange student Jenna has nabbed an appointment in New York's coolest hair salon, but when her teacher insists she stay with the group at the boring Metropolitan Museum, she storms off and stumbles into what she thinks is a fancy-dress party. And it is a party. In ancient Egypt. 3500 years ago. Once Jenna accepts she's really travelled back in time, she realises she has to work out a way home - with only her big mouth, a smart phone and a pair of second-hand Marc Jacobs sandals to get her out alive. Jenna's attempts to bluff her way out of her precarious situation are often brave, sometimes ingenious and guaranteeably funny.… (mais)
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Título:Slave girl
Autores:Alexa Moses
Informação:Sydney South, N.S.W. : HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 2012.
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Etiquetas:7-8, Ancient Egypt, Time travel

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Thirteen-year-old exchange student Jenna has nabbed an appointment in New York's coolest hair salon, but when her teacher insists she stay with the group at the boring Metropolitan Museum, she storms off and stumbles into what she thinks is a fancy-dress party. And it is a party. In ancient Egypt. 3500 years ago. Once Jenna accepts she's really travelled back in time, she realises she has to work out a way home - with only her big mouth, a smart phone and a pair of second-hand Marc Jacobs sandals to get her out alive. Jenna's attempts to bluff her way out of her precarious situation are often brave, sometimes ingenious and guarantee-ably funny. ( www.abbeys.com.au, 2017)
  nicsreads | Mar 15, 2017 |
A review from my 9 year old daughter:

Slave Girl is a wonderful and adventurous novel by Alex Moses about a teenage girl named Jenna Bookalil-Brown. Jenna is Australian but is in New York as part of a student exchange program. Jenna thought that being in New York would be cool and she might even see some celebrities but her teacher keeps taking her to museums and stuff and she is bored. One day when they are at the Metropolitan Museum, Jenna is upset because she can’t go and get her haircut and hides from her teacher in the Egyptian room. While she is sulking a cat comes and Jenna chases it behind a statue. Jenna thinks she has somehow found a secret party because she is suddenly in a room where people are dressed like Ancient Egyptians but there is something weird about everything and they think Jenna is a slave. It takes a while for Jenna to realise that she is really in Ancient Egypt! Jenna has to figure out how to get home, she gets in trouble a lot but keeps trying to chase the orange cat she saw when she was in the museum. I thought it was funny and a bit scary when Jenna nearly got eaten by a hippopotamus. I was sad when she kept getting caught but Jenna was smart and kept thinking of a way out. Showing the prince her phone was smart even though it got her into more trouble. I liked Ebio because she was nice to Jenna but Satiah was pretty mean until the end bit. I liked the book’s creativity, it is very exciting and sometimes it is funny. I don’t think I would like to time travel to Ancient Egypt though. In the end, this book is very exciting and great. I enjoyed this book! I give it 4 stars.

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I also read Slave Girl and concur with Aleah’s opinion. As a parent I had only one minor issue with the physical description of a young girl in the book that didn’t seem necessary, though it didn’t even register with Aleah. In my opinion, Slave Girl is a book full of adventure, fun and is even educational, suitable for tween age girls. ( )
  shelleyraec | Oct 9, 2012 |
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Thirteen-year-old exchange student Jenna has nabbed an appointment in New York's coolest hair salon, but when her teacher insists she stay with the group at the boring Metropolitan Museum, she storms off and stumbles into what she thinks is a fancy-dress party. And it is a party. In ancient Egypt. 3500 years ago. Once Jenna accepts she's really travelled back in time, she realises she has to work out a way home - with only her big mouth, a smart phone and a pair of second-hand Marc Jacobs sandals to get her out alive. Jenna's attempts to bluff her way out of her precarious situation are often brave, sometimes ingenious and guaranteeably funny.

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