Ghoulfriends Forever by Gitty Daneshvari – review. ‘Please please please don’t judge this book by its title!’ googleyeyes. Thu 5 Sep Rochelle Goyle, Venus McFlytrap, and Robecca Steam become fast friends when they meet on their first day at Monster High. They then discover an evil plot to. Book volume – MONSTER HIGH: GHOULFRIENDS FOREVER · Back cover – MONSTER HIGH: GHOULFRIENDS FOREVER · Dimensions – MONSTER HIGH: .
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Ghoulfriends Forever is froever brand-new Monster High series, introducing three new monster characters. As new students, the trio must navigate the bewildering array of cute monster boys, established cliques, and monster-rific subjects like Mad Science, G-ogre-phy, and Physical Deaducation. As if that weren’t hard enough, something strange and sinister seems to be happening at Ghoulfriends Forever is a brand-new Monster High series, introducing three new monster characters. As if that weren’t hard enough, something strange and sinister seems to be happening at the school.
Popular girls like Frankie Stein and Cleo de Nile are acting weird-and all signs point to everyone’s new favorite teacher, Miss Sylphia Flapper. Can the new GFFs expose the fave as a fraud, or will they succumb to peer pressure? Hardcoverpages.
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Lists with This Book. Mar 26, Lauren Suchomski rated it it was ok Shelves: Where to start with this?
I picked this up because my kiddos are going nuts over it. It was featured in the spring book fair and all of my 4th and 5th grade girls were absolutely nuts about buying it. I like to know what’s popular and what my kiddos are reading so I nabbed an extra copy and sat down. Usually I can fly through kid lit books.
Not so much with this one. The story revolves around three main characters or monsters who are new to Monster High. Rochelle Goyle, a truthful gargoyle, Where to start with this? If you think that these names are clever, then the style of writing, or really stringing puns together, is right up your alley. The girls are trying to navigate their first few days at the new school when they realize something is wrong with one of the new teachers.
She has started a new after school group and everyone who attends a meeting leaves under some sort of spell. Can the girls stop her in time for the big dance? The best I can say is that there wasn’t anything too adult in the book which, considering my young audience, I had been slightly concerned with. The girls have crushes and boyfriends, but it’s like a junior high relationship: They get old about three sentences in.
It’s not the library- It’s the libury. The characters are very one dimensional. Each monster has his or her trait and that who they are. And there are a lot of monsters to keep straight I understand the appeal for my kiddos and honestly if they are reading, I’m ghoulfrienxs happy camper.
However, I hope that maybe these books can improve and that this first one was just for mass appeal.
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I know Daneshvari has more in her. The School of Fear was much better than this. I am an adult fan of Monster High. Ghoulfriemds collect the dolls and think the webisodes are adorable. Additionally I am a fan of all things paranormal as well as an avid reader. I was somewhat disappointed when I learned that Lisi Harrison’s Monster High books were no longer being written and published.
I then learned that a new Monster High book series was being released written by a different author.
Then I became more concerned when I learned they were being marketed to a younger age group. I was real I am an adult fan of Monster High. I was really leery about “Ghoulfriends Forever” I was positively surprised. This new series is much more true to the Monster High shows and doll line.
I loved Headmistress Bloodgood losing her head now and then! I also really enjoyed seeing appearances by even some of the shows background characters. Forevr also liked that they portrayed Monster High as having dorms for students who don’t have families that reside in town.
The cover of this book is breathtaking and I really liked the black and white drawings that opened each chapter. What I wasn’t so crazy about? The book wasn’t too low of a reading level but I can see where younger fans more in the targer demographic will be able to read this book.
It was still enjoyable reading for me but I would have liked ghoulfeiends book to have been slightly more detailed. The mystery was ghojlfriends very easily which is to be expected. Still this book was worth reading and I am glad that they will be releasing more installments. Oct 24, Barbara rated it it was ok Shelves: Although each of these teen girls is quite different, it took me awhile to differentiate among them all.
The illustrations with long-maned doll-like beauties with extremely long eyelashes helped a bit, but then again, even in those, the girls looked a lot alike. The premise behind the story is that new teacher Miss Flapper has mounted a whispering campaign through which she enchants the students and teachers in an effort to take over the school. The girls and their one-eyed friend Cy Clops must save the day. What’s especially fun in this title despite the thin storyline is the author’s clever word play.
She goes to great lengths to remind readers that this is a school for forsver for instance, there’s a gathering place called the Coffin Bean, school meetings are held in the Vampitheater, books can be found in the Libury, the students get fit in Physical Deaducation, and they eat meals in the Creepateria.
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While this book won’t be for everyone, it does have appeal for readers who enjoy puns and like their ghouls on the lite side. Apr 15, Alexandria rated it did not like it Shelves: I am so disappointed in this book.
I waited to write gjoulfriends review to see if my ire would cool, but it hasn’t. So here we go. Just because fforever writing characters based off a product franchise does Ghkulfriends give you the right to fprever sloppy and boring. Please, for the love of all that is literary, go watch a few episodes of Ruby Gloom or read A Wonderlandiful World.
Both Ruby Gloom and Wonderlandiful are based on product franchises and they both stand alone with astounding creativity. This book, however I am so disappointed in this book.
This book, however, is atrocious. As a Monster High fan, I was so offended by this book that I can only think to express my feelings in a direct-to-the-author manner. Your portrayal of “gypsy vampires” is offensive. I would say forevef is ‘beyond offensive’ but I can’t even imagine what fofever I would use for that. I am THAT sickened by your racist cariacture.
Good job putting that in a kid’s book. Children are not stupid. Children know big words. Could you maybe go beyond one or two syllables now and then? Learn to write a climax. The entire premise of foreer to defeat the bad guy was unnecessarily complicated. Your climax was so boring that I wanted to abandon the book. They lucked into it using cheap gags and slapdash story telling tricks. When you repeat a phrase so often that the reader rolls their eyes at it, you have failed. I don’t care if you’re writing for kids, you should be able to use more vocabulary than that.
By the time she has hit high school, she has probably come to terms with her “slim but weighty” figure and learned how to deal with it. If she had been uncomfortable with her body in any other context than when being talked to by a different breed of monster, this would have worked as a great body-image metaphor.
It was only used to illustrate Rochelle comparing herself to other monsters when directly in front of them. And that’s just not how body insecurity works. The author appears to think the age group she is writing for has no vocabulary, interest in a good story line, or need for well-fleshed characters.