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Teen and Young
Author: Lucy Frank
ISBN: 0689843186
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Publisher Simon Pulse; Reprint edition (July 1, 2001)
Language English
Category: Teen and Young
Rating: 4.8
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Title: Oy, Joy! Pages: 277 Author: Lucy Frank Lucy has been a published author for the last 15 years. She was 48 when her first book was published in 1995 and has since written 6 more novels for YA and Middle Grade readers

Title: Oy, Joy! Pages: 277 Author: Lucy Frank Lucy has been a published author for the last 15 years. She was 48 when her first book was published in 1995 and has since written 6 more novels for YA and Middle Grade readers. She was inspired by the feelings she has had throughout her life instead of experiences(ie: feeling overweight when you aren't).

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Joy's just started high school and already her life is a mess  . There were a lot of events Recently, I read Oy, Joy by Lucy Frank. It was about a girl named Joy who takes a match quiz to try to get a boyfriend, who is also trying to deal with the difficulties of her great-uncle moving in with her family. I did not enjoy this book very much because it was just boring in my opinion.

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the book is called Oy, Joy! by Lucy Frank. i read it and it was so confusing!! i didn't understand anything in it. all i got was she is a girl named Joy and her best friend Maple and her take some match quiz for school to see who they are best for and Maple gets a boyfriend and she. doesn't and her Uncle Max wants to fix her up with some guy and that's all i got it was so confusing! plz help!! if u can find a summary of the story that will help other than the back of the book could help i really need help!! it's. making me so frustarated!!!!

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Oy, Joy! (1999) A novel by Lucy Frank. Between dealing with her crazy brother and a best friend who dumped her for a new guy, Joy has a lot on her plate, and so when her meddling Uncle Max moves in, Joy wishes he would find a lady his own age and start dating to stop him from interfering in her hopeless relationships. Genre: Young Adult Fiction. Used availability for Lucy Frank's Oy, Joy!

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razrabotki po domashnemu chteniyu po oy joy by lucy frank 14. Home Reading Assignments for Oy, Joy! by L. Frank. Скачиваний: 9. Добавлен: 1. 3. 2)What is the person described with these words like: obnoxious, bizarre, bonkers, berserk, bats, bananas? 3)Joy says: The great thing about having a best friend is how you can take turns being anxious. What does she mean? 4)Maple says: We could be juniors before we have a social life. How long might it take Joy and Maple to become juniors?

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Between dealing with her crazy brother and a best friend who dumped her for a new guy, Joy has a lot on her plate, and so when her meddling Uncle Max moves in, Joy wishes he would find a lady his own age and start dating to stop him from interfering in her hopeless relationships. Reprint.
Dukinos
Oy, Joy! Reading this book, you will see just how a thirteen year old girl's life works. Joy, a normal girl who goes to a normal school in New York, has just the things any thirteen your old has...or wants---friends, talent, and a personal life. Joy lives in a world that seems to her complicated and detailed. With an annoying and obnoxious little brother, a best friend who is not allowed to do much because of her strict mother, an uncle who tries to go into other people's business, and many other interesting and unique people, life is like a roller coaster for her. Somehow, without losing friends or hope, she must find her way through a life full of challenges, danger, disappointment, and excitement. In my opinion, this book was good, having plenty of detail and a great plot. I'd recommend this book to anyone in between the age of ten years to teenagers, that is, if they're willing to drop everything and be sucked into the amazing story. Oy, Joy! I can't wait to read this book again.
Vaua
The book that I am reading is called Oy, Joy and I really liked it. This book is by Lucy Frank, a writer whom I have never heard of until this book, but a very good and talented writer. This book is definitely a book that all teens should read. It talks about Joy's life and all the troubles she has been going through. Her friend Maple makes her take a dumb Match-Quiz to find the perfect boy for Joy. Now that her eighty-year-old great-uncle named Uncle Max moves in, her life starts getting annoying and she just wants to run away. In the end, Uncle Max was really doing the right thing for her and teaching her to get out of her comfort zone and to try some new things.
I liked this book because I just learned about stress, and even though no one thought of reading as a way to combat stress, this book helped me. It can really refer to me because she is a teenager and just trying to organize her life. Her Uncle Max seems like he's messing things up for her, but everything turns out better on the other side. My parents seem like the Uncle Max that Joy has to deal with, but I will always remember that they are doing the right things for me. She also has a little brother and has to share a room with him when Uncle Max moves in. ¡°Why did Nathan's life seem so much simpler? Give him some little thing to fiddle-diddle with and he was happy.¡± As you can see, Joy has some stress, but this book taught me that all teenagers have stress, not just me.
Another reason I liked this book was because of the Match-Quiz. It was two dollars at Joy's school to help with the dances and everything, while it gave you the names of guys or girls who matches you the most. Joy thought it was stupid, but ended up going along with it, and met the perfect guy for her. It taught her and also me that if you keep going and trying things, you'll always get somewhere. ¡°It wasn't that I didn't want to meet a boy. I thought about it every time I saw a couple who really liked each other.¡± Joy has a lot of problems with guys, just like I do. This book also taught me to be confident in myself and take action.
My favorite part of the book was when Joy got to remodel her half of the room in Nathan's room. Since Uncle Max was moving in, she had to move into her brother¡¯s room. My mom would have told me to just move my room, but Joy's mom bought her lots of things to remodel with. Joy even got space in a closet to put her desk and computer in, which I think is very cool. ¡°¡±We'll get you some new curtains, too, and a new bedspread, maybe a new rug. Come on. Let's measure everything. We'll get some bookcases at one of those unpainted furniture places on Broadway and use them as a divider. I think we can make this work.¡±¡± I really liked this book because whenever I had to stop reading, I couldn't wait until I could read some more until the end of the book.
Agalen
Joy is an average fourteen-year-old girl who has an annoying eleven-year-old brother and a seventy-eight year-old uncle.
Yep, Uncle Max is coming to town! Joy is really upset to losing her room because of good old Uncle Max.
Now being the teenager that she is, will she blow her lid? Not to mention that she has to share her room with her...brother!
I love this book. It kind of portrays me sort of because my little sister is always around so I know how Joy feels about this.
Comparing it to "The Secret life of Amanda K. Woods", it would be very similar to it.
Kerry
This book was one I couldn't put down. I was very heartwarming and quite witty. I thought Lucy Frank just put a devine spin on the book that made it all worth while. If anyone feels even the slightest bit down in the dumps, this book can really cheers you up. I recommend it in the highest manner. It all starts with Joy, receiving the news that her very sick Great Uncle Max having to move in with her family. So, on top of trying to balance her social life, she has to deal with him. After her life becomes nonstop mayhem, it turned out utterly enjoyable.