Katie Friedman Gives Up Texting! And Lives to Tell About It.


      Katie Friedman Gives Up Texting! And Lives to Tell About It.
When a text goes wrong, Katie Friedman learns the hard way that sometimes you need to disconnect to connect.Here are a few things you need to know about Katie Friedman 1 Katie is swearing off phones for life No, seriously She just sent the wrong text to the wrong person 2 She wants to break up with her boyfriend Until, that is, he surprises her with front row tickets to her favorite band, Plain Jane Now what 3 She wants to be a rock star It s true She has a band and everything 4 Her best friend is Charlie Joe Jackson Yeah, you know the guy 5 And most importantly, Katie s been offered the deal of a lifetime get ten of her friends to give up their phones for one week and everyone can have backstage passes to Plain Jane A whole week Is that even possible Download Katie Friedman Gives Up Texting! And Lives to Tell About It. by Tommy Greenwald – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Tommy Greenwald is the author of the CRIMEBITERS series, about a group of friends and a possibly superhero crime fighting vampire dog, and the CHARLIE JOE JACKSON books, a middle grade series about the most reluctant reader ever born.Tommy is also the Co Founder of Spotco Advertising, a theatrical and entertainment advertising agency in New York City, and the lyricist and co bookwriter with Andrew Lippa of JOHN JEN, a 1995 musical which was revived off Broadway in 2015.To read woefully outdated information about Tommy, visit tommygreenwald.com.

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Katie Friedman Gives Up Texting! And Lives to Tell About It.
  • Tommy Greenwald
  • 04 July 2018
  • 1596438371

10 thoughts on “ Katie Friedman Gives Up Texting! And Lives to Tell About It.

  1. says:

    Originally reviewed on The Hardcover LoverBefore I really begin my review, I should state that this book is technically a part of the Charlie Joe Jackson series, but it is technically a spin off novel From what I understand, Charlie has been serving as the narrator, but this time, his friend, Katie Friedman, narrates and tells readers a story of her own There is even a little introduction at the beginning of the book for readers like me who have never read the other boo Originally reviewed on The Hardcover LoverBefore I really begin my review, I should state that this book is technically a part of the Charlie Joe Jackson series, but it is technically a spin off novel From what I understand, Charlie has been serving as the narrator, but this time, his friend, Katie Friedman, narrates and tells readers a story of her own There is even a little introduction at the beginning of the book for readers like me who have never read the other books in this series, but it also serves as a refresher for readers who have read other books in the series I m probably one of the very last people on Earth who still h...

  2. says:

    I am one of those people who is not addicted to my phone, but so many people do have this addiction I don t text much or use any social media, unless you include Goodreads Therefore, I cannot relate to the addictions that they suffer from This does not mean that I don t understand it Kids are growing up with these devices glued to their hands as soon as they are able to play a game on their parent s phone It s all too much, and it was wonderful to read about taking life back from technolo I am one of those people who is not addicted to my phone, but so many people do have this addiction I don t text much or use any social media, unless you include Goodreads Therefore, I cannot relate to the addictions that they suffer from This does not mean that I don t understand it Kids are growing up with these devices glued to their hands as soon as they are able to play a game on their parent s phone It s all too much, and it was wonderful ...

  3. says:

    This is a fun read that addresses technology addiction without being too or simplistic Author Tommy Greenwald creates a great story that begins with an all too common occurrence Sending a text to the wrong person As the characters deal with the fallout of the mistext, Greenwald shows them to be tweens who are surprisingly open and forthcoming in their face to face communication.he book isn t designed to get ki...

  4. says:

    Totally enjoyable A great middle school read about how all consuming texting and smartphone usage can be Tommy Greenwald had created a whole cast of memorable characters.Grades 4 and up.

  5. says:

    The story Challenged by her favorite singer to get a group of friends to give up texting for a week and with an awesome prize dangling in front of her if she succeeds , Katie Friedman does what feels like the impossible she goes phone free for an entire week and lives to tell about it June Cleaver s ratings Language G Violence G Sexual content G Nudity G substance abuse G magic the occult G GLBT content G adult themes G overall rating G.Liz s comments The story Challenged by her favorite singer to get a group of friends to give up texting for a week and with an awesome prize dangling in front of her if she succeeds , Katie Friedman does what feels lik...

  6. says:

    No matter what our age, we all need a reminder to put down our electronic devices and just enjoy some honest, face to face communication It seems that we are on our devices 24 hours a day In school, it s a constant struggle with my high school students to gain their attention long enough to teach a lesson, and as soon as I m done, they ve picked up their phones Even as an adult, I can say that I m on my phone way too much, and after reading this book, I m working on cutting back.K No matter what our age, we all need a reminder to put down our electronic devices and just enjoy some honest, face to face communication It seems that we are on our devices 24 hours a day In school, it s a constant struggle with my high school students to gain their attention long enough to teach a lesson, and as soon as I m done, they ve picked up their phones Even as an adult, I can say that I m on my phone way too much, and after reading this book, I m working on cutting back.Katie Friedman is in middle school, and that comes with a lot of awkward territory Her best friend i...

  7. says:

    Katie and her friends spend a lot of time on their phones, especially during lunch at school, the only time when they are allowed to use them Of course, they also text each other on the bus, coordinate pick up times and math book deliveries with their parents, and play games and watch programs at home in the evening Even when Nareem, Katie s boyfriend, takes her to a Plain Jane concert and Jane asks from the stage that people put their phones away and experience the concert in person, Katie ha Katie and her friends spend a lot of time on their phones, especially during lunch at school, the only time when they are allowed to use them Of course, they also text each other on the bus, coordinate pick up times and math book deliveries with their parents, and play games and watch programs at home in the evening Even when Nareem, Katie s boyfriend, takes her to a Plain Jane concert and Jane asks from the stage that people put their pho...

  8. says:

    After Katie accidentally sends a text meant for her friend Charlie Joe to her boyfriend and hears Jane, the lead singer of her favorite band, taking an anti cell phone stance, she decides to give up her phone When Jane hears about it she conveniently knows Katie s boyfriend s father and is from Katie s hometown , she offers an incentive if Katie and ten friends can last a week without their phones, they get backstage passes to her next concert The catch is Katie can t tell her friends about After Katie accidentally sends a text meant for her friend Charlie Joe to her boyfriend and hears Jane, the lead singer of her favorite band, taking an anti cell phone stance, she decides to give up her phone When Jane hears about it she conveniently knows Katie s boyfriend s father and is from Katie s hometown , she offers an incentive if Katie and ten friends can last a week without their phones, they get backstage passes to her next concert The catch is Katie can t tell her friends about that part that would be too easy.On some levels I can t relate to Katie at all I don t even have a cell phone, so I m not texting my friends instead of talking to them when they re right next to me or ignoring the people I m out for dinner with in favor of posting on Facebook or Twitter But I do have...

  9. says:

    Katie Friedman whose best friends with Charlie Joe Jackson is a typical middle schooler texting, posting, and Instagraming which consumes a lot of her time She comes to the realization how much of her time she spends texting when one afternoon she wants to actually talk about an important decision with her friends and instead everyone is texting or using their phones.It isn t until Katie accidentally sends a text message intended for Charlie Joe Jackson but to her boyfriend Nareem Katie Friedman whose best friends with Charlie Joe Jackson is a typical middle schooler texting, posting, and Instagraming which consumes a lot of her time She comes to the realization how much of her time she spends texting when one afternoon she wants to actually talk about an important decision with her friends and instead everyone is texting or using their phones.It isn t until Katie accidentally sends a text message intended for Charlie Joe Jackson but to her boyfriend Nareem that it produces disastrous consequences Katie then decides to use her remorse and writes a new song as part of a challenge for her favorite musician Jane from the band Plain Jane.If Katie can convince 10 friends to join her and give up their phones for a week, Jane will give them all backstage passes to a show and even bring them up on stage where Jane will play Katie s new song The real kicker is that Katie can t tell her friends abo...

  10. says:

    Hilarious but insightful I have listened to all 4 of the Charlie Joe Jackson books, but this one wasn t available in audio yet Somehow, I could still hear this one and the voices as I read it.Did I find myself checking my email as I watched TV, used Facebook and twitter and read the book Yes That did make the book last a little longer From the beginning of the book, when Katie says, it would have been easier just to text Charlie Joe, so we could have had a real Hilarious but insightful I have listened to all 4 of the Charlie Joe Jackson books, but this one wasn t available in audio yet Somehow, I could still hear this one and the voices as I read it.Did I find myself checking my email as I watched TV, used Facebook and twitter and read the book Yes That did make the book last a little longer From the beginning of the book, when Katie says, it would have been easier just to text Charlie Joe, so we could have had a real conversation to the end when the characters actually do communicate better in person...

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