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This is the second book in a New York Times bestselling graphic novel series that NPR's All Things Considered called "hilarious"!
Things are looking up for Abbie Wu: this year she’ll run for class president and get a brand-new shiny locker. Until—she doesn’t…
In her second tumultuous misadventure, Abbie Wu tackles more unbelievably unfair and calamitous middle school days. From facing locker thieves and battling diabolical cats to having absolutely no idea what to build for her science project, Abbie Wu is still in perpetual crisis.
From author and professional doodler Booki Vivat, this second story follows Abbie Wu, your favorite hilariously neurotic middle school girl, as she tries to come up with solutions to what seems to be a series of inevitable catastrophes.
Akin to Smile by Raina Telgemeier, Frazzled: Ordinary Mishaps and Inevitable Catastrophes is heavily illustrated, embarrassingly honest, and sure to appeal to anyone hoping to figuring out how to survive the ordinary mishaps of middle school.
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July 20, 2017
As the mother of a reluctant reader, you can just imagine how incredibly happy it makes me when we actually argue about who gets to read a book first… and that’s been the case with the Frazzled books from Booki Vivat. It also helps that he’s starting middle school this year!
In the second Frazzle...
June 11, 2017
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Abby has decided that Murphy's Law is absolutely true. Just when she thought middle school would be somewhat okay (After Frazzled), everything starts to go wrong. Her sister Clara's cat, Felix, is out to get her, she has to come up with an idea for Invention...
September 18, 2017
If you have a kid who doesn't really enjoy reading, especially chapter books, because it feels daunting, I am a big fan of graphic novels and books like this that are similar to Diary of a Wimpy Kid or The Dork Diaries books, there isn't a lot of text and it's broken up by illustrations. It makes...
August 16, 2017
'Frazzled: Ordinary Mishaps and Inevitable Catastrophes' by Booki Vivat is an adorable, illustrated story that not only proves a fast read, but also a truly enjoyable one. From the accurate and telling illustrations, to main character Abbie Wu's questioning and uncertain attitude about life in ge...
June 22, 2017
I received an ARC from the publisher via work, with no obligation to leave a personal review.
Booki Vivat's amazing doodles are back! I absolutely loved Frazzled, and I think I might even love this one more. Main character Abbie Wu has grown into herself a teensy bit more (she's still in sixth gra...
August 05, 2017
I really enjoyed this sequel and I think younger readers will enjoy it as well but I don't think it has quite the same impact as the first. This one is very quick and short and didn't go very deep into any of the issues it covered. But I'm still excited for this one to come out and to be able to...
November 01, 2017
I am sharing a book review by one of my students who had to do a review in exchange for the book.
Frazzled Ordinary Mishaps and Inevitable Catastrophes is a very good book, in fact, I couldn't stop reading it was that good. This book is very detailed in feelings, Abbie Wu is the main character. He...
October 05, 2017
I really enjoyed the first Frazzled, but this one did not live up to it, for me at least. Maybe it's because as a former science teacher I've grown weary of the stereotype of the "Mad Scientist" teacher. Maybe it's because I've been through too many Invention Conventions. This one was not as orig...
August 15, 2017
My "reluctant reader" library patrons will be excited to see this second installment in Vivat's Frazzled series, but I am not as thrilled with the mostly pictures, light on text, and even lighter on character and plot development title. Abbie Wu is a sixth grader dealing with all sorts of normal...
November 26, 2017
Grade 4 and up; even though this series focuses on protagonist Abbie Wu’s travails through middle school, the lower reading level and illustration-heavy style make it accessible for both younger readers and older reluctant readers. In this entry, Abbie struggles to go with the flow: she and a new...