Lucky Stars

Lucky Stars Kira accepts an invitation from her supposedly cool rock musician dad to visit New York City only to find herself stuck caring for her two little brothers Chris and Charlie and singing in the subwa

  • Title: Lucky Stars
  • Author: Lucy Frank
  • ISBN: 9780689859342
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kira accepts an invitation from her supposedly cool rock musician dad to visit New York City, only to find herself stuck caring for her two little brothers, Chris and Charlie, and singing in the subway with them for money.Jake s so humiliated by his stutter he cuts school to avoid having to speak up in class He won t even admit his troubles to his best friend, Eugene, letKira accepts an invitation from her supposedly cool rock musician dad to visit New York City, only to find herself stuck caring for her two little brothers, Chris and Charlie, and singing in the subway with them for money.Jake s so humiliated by his stutter he cuts school to avoid having to speak up in class He won t even admit his troubles to his best friend, Eugene, let alone consider getting help.Kira has been waiting forever to stop singing Jake sings only in his dreams Eugene has a voice like a foghorn No one would have dreamed how they come togetherd what happens when they do.

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    • What do you get when you mix three oddly talented middle schoolers and a duck? A box of entertaining quackers. Eugene, a Korean kid with no filter on his gregarious mouth, Jake, a stutterer who sings fluently like a god, & Kira, a vocal goddess with a family from hell, all meet in NYC after Kira's charming, down-on-his-luck dad coaxes her to sing with him and her two baby brothers in the subway station for money. Talk about a train wreck! When the three amigos join Ms. Hill's energetic middl [...]

    • I have read the book, "Lucky Stars", by Lucy Frank, as my fifth book of the semester. And truthfully, this one really connected with me. The story follows two kids with two very different lives, and how music both helps them and hurts them through it. On one side, young Kira has just gone up to New York to spend the break with her father and half-brothers. However, she realizes that he's making his money singing in the subway and that he needs her to sing as well. On the other hand, you have Jak [...]

    • Thirteen-year-old Kira has a strong, beautiful voice and she hopes someday to share it with everyone, but singing in the New York city subway is not what she had in mind. Her dad, Russ, persuades Kira to join the performances he and her half brothers perform daily for handouts. Kira came to New York city for a visit with her dad and is shocked that this is how Russ supports his family.Kira hates the subway performances. She is humiliated by having to sing to strangers who either heckle or pity h [...]

    • A great first impression by Lucy Frank full of messages and lessons in life about friendship and believing in yourself. It's a fun loving book written with great explanations! It is humorous and keeps the audience engaged 80% of the time. Although this book is a great writing piece, it is boring at some points. The author writes and allows to many clues for the reader so you can guess the next part. For the most part, this book is a well constructed book with a theme. Not my favorite book but it [...]

    • Lucky Stars was a book just sitting in my bookshelf, for about a year I just avoided it. Eventually I picked it up and decided to read it. The phrase don't judge a book by its cover plays a big role here. Because when I saw this cover I immediately assumed it wouldn't be very good. But I won't lie it wasn't that great. It wasn't as nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be though. This book was definitely interesting, it has a good idea behind it but the overall book is way confusing. Half t [...]

    • For this book I read “Lucky Stars” by Lucy Frank. I didn’t adore this book, but I still found it pretty likeable. Although it was confusing, it told a story that really did intrigue me. A stray duck and a music teacher show three middle-school kids how to find their very own voices. Kira has a beautiful voice that her unemployed musician father abuses by having sing in the subway with her family. Kira refuses to sing not only in the subway, but everywhere else. Jake is a good student, but [...]

    • Kira moves to New York City to live with her father hoping that life there will be better than with her mother. Unfortunately she finds that the singing job he has arranged for her is singing in the subway while simultaneously keeping track of her two stepbrothers. Much to her dismay “house” where she is to live with her dad is a dilapidated basement apartment. Eventually Kira begins attending middle school with Jake and his best friend Eugene, fellow ostracized students. Together they join [...]

    • Wow. Such a sweet book. Things I liked: It was about music and as yall know, music is my life. I really liked how it switched points of view every few chapters, between the main characters; Kira, Jake, and Eugene. It helped you understand what they're thinking and how they act the way they do A LOT better. I also liked how it's not completely a happy book. There's a lot of really emotional/sad parts and that's what made Lucky Stars such an interesting book to read. Thing I didn't like: How there [...]

    • This is a really good book by Lucy Frank. It's about three different kids who all have one thing in common; they sing. Kira is living with her father, who wants her to sing for money in the subway. Jake loves to sing, but has a stutter that he wants to hide. Eugene is a "class clown" who sings badly and knows it, but Ms. Hill, the music teacher, has hopes for him, and recognizes just how good he can be. They all come to understand eachother, and go through good and bad times together. It is a bo [...]

    • I found myself really enjoying reading this book. I read the summary on the back of the book, but it didn't seem to the book justice. The book switches between the three kid's points-of-views and how each one has their own life going on besides when they are together. I found the author putting what could be real-life situations into her story and how her characters overcome obstacles and learn to work with what they have.

    • This book was interesting in terms of having the thoughts of one girl and two boys and on the same topic which is music. From chapters to chapters the characters would switch from point of views. As you read on the character seems funnier and funnier but even though this is a happy and funny book there were some parts where it was serious. The main characters are Kira, Jake and Eugene and they all dont like to sing in public but their music teacher thinks they have talent.

    • i really liked it it was about this girl who was with her grandma and came to vivsit her dad for awhile and ends up living with him.So she meets these two boys Eugene,a person who always makes stupid remarks that make, and Jake,who stutters when he talks and is always embarrassed and used to skip english class and met the girl in the subway since the girl's dad didn't have a job.

    • This book revolved around music and the view points of one girl and two boys.(Kira, Jake and Eugene.)(They're singers, talented singers.)It's cool yet sometimes annoying how the character view points change after each chapter. But it's very funny and full of laughs with a hint of seriousness on the side. A recommended book for teenagers.

    • 3 very different kids with very different struggles find that friendship and music (singing) can help them cope. I liked the sections about their music class most of all. Also enjoyed the humorous parts about the pet duck, and other typical examples of middle school angst and melodrama. Convincingly written.

    • I read this book so I could lead a children's book discussion. The story was really true-to-life. I was happy when the main characters started attending the chorus. The sub-story about the duck was cute, but a little unbelievable. The character, Russell, the dad, had some very mixed-up ideas about life. This book should make for an interesting discussion.

    • Really good, better than I expected it. I really liked how there was a lot of humor, comedy, and they all sing sort of. A great book of friendship, and a funny ending.A bit confusing if you don't read the titles of the chapters.

    • For kids who love "Glee" or who are superstars in waiting, this book follows the lives of three middle schoolers who discover the ups and downs of friendship, first love, and surviving glee club Level 3.3AR Points 8

    • Really, really, awesome. It describes a new world for you, as well as providing an interesting story to go along with it. I liked how realistic the situations were.

    • I loved this book, it is about rising above issues such as poverty or disabilities and becoming who you want to be through talent.

    • I got this book because I love music, but it didn't grasp my attention. It had a slow start. All in all, OK book. Definitely not my favorite.

    • Mychael Rose told me this book was great and it was. I wish the chapters switched between characters more evenly though. But, it was still a great story with humor and description.

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