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Odessa Again Fourth grader Odessa Green Light lives with her mom and her toad of a little brother, Oliver Her dad is getting remarried, which makes no sense according to Odessa If the prefix re means to do all over again, shouldn t he be remarrying Mom Meanwhile, Odessa moves into the attic room of their new house One day she gets mad and stomps across the attic floor Then she feels as if she is falling and lands on the attic floor Turns out that Odessa has gone back in time a whole day With this new power she can fix all sorts of things embarrassing moments, big mistakes, and even help Oliver be less of a toad Her biggest goal reunite Mom and Dad From the Hardcover edition

10 thoughts on “Odessa Again

  1. Karen Karen says:

    I bought this book for my daughter, Odessa, because I was thrilled to find out there was a book with her name in the title She was thrilled too I finally got around to reading it and I loved it It s the perfect book for girls wanting do overs in their life 4th grader, Odessa learns that some things can be redone by

  2. Melissa Melissa says:

    This story was cute overall It was a cross between Groundhog Day and The Parent Trap I like how the time travel aspect worked, so that Odessa could move forward in time, but still repeat days where things went wrong The premise was interesting and I felt that kids could relate to it, even if they weren t in her exact sit

  3. Susan Dunn Susan Dunn says:

    Cute After her parents divorce, Odessa, her little brother and her mom have to move to a new house Luckily for Odessa, her attic room turns out to have a magic floor She can jump through it and go back a day This comes in very handy as over the course of her fourth grade year she makes some embarrassing and cruel mistakes and

  4. Sara Sara says:

    This is kind of a gentle children s version of Groundhog Day, which is awesome I liked that it was highly conceptual fantasy girl has the ability to send herself back in time a certain number of hours by jumping on a specific spot on her floor , mixed with super realistic family drama Would make an excellent book discussion book you

  5. Mari Mari says:

    A solid choice for booktalking to 3rd and 4th graders, especially if you need to have a book with particular girl appeal With a great hook, likeable characters, and situations spot on for kids at this age, I think it will be a big hit If I were rating it on my reading preferences, I might only give it a 3 However, I think it is so well tu

  6. Shiralea Woodhouse Shiralea Woodhouse says:

    I found this book cute and enjoyed the do overs element liked that we see Odessa grow and get a little wiser as the book goes on For me, the most unbelievable thing in the book wasn t the going back in time, it was divorced parents who got along That happens about as much as time travel I found myself hoping she would actually get her parents b

  7. Laura McNeal Laura McNeal says:

    This wonderful novel reminds me of how happy I used to be when the Scholastic book orders would arrive and my teacher would sort out the loot and I would find on my desk brand new glossy editions of Beverly Cleary novels The kid that I was and the adult that I am now are in complete agreement Odessa is a sweet, funny, timeless book with a magical pre

  8. Maria Antonia Maria Antonia says:

    Odessa s mom and dad are newly divorced and that means a lot of changes for Odessa and her brother, Oliver Her new attic bedroom gives her the ability to allow for her change things about her day I like the magic in this book and also the realism In some ways this book was trying to be a little Parent Trap And I love The Parent Trap movie But I like how it

  9. Nancy Nancy says:

    Okay What would you do if you could do it all over That is the question posed by this book Not time travel in some senses, just a chance to correct mistakes It was interesting, but I wasn t completely captivated.

  10. Maryam Maryam says:

    It was really interesting Odessa is a 4th grade girl who is sick of her younger brother Oliver bothering her, one night she pushed him and ran up to her room and jumped so hard she went back in time This book was really easy to read and it didn t have any complicated words.

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