Emily the Strange

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Emily may be odd, but she lways gets even! Meet Emily, the peculiar soul with long black wi, a wit of fire, and a posse of slightly sinister black cats. Famous for her barbed commentary and independent spirit, this rebel-child in black has spawned an Internet and merchandising phenomenon ( Emily 's Web site gets 35,000 hits per month!). Emily the Strange, her thir essa, captures the quintessential Emily, featuring her most beloved quips and a host of new ones. Anarchist, heroine, survivor, this little girl with a big personality appeals to the odd child in us all.
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64
Original Title of the Book
Emily the Strange
Publication Date
Published July 1st 2001 by Chronicle Books (first published 2001

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Despite the brevity of the memoir, there is a lot of substance, with some profound one-liners- my favorite: " Emily does n't make imaginary friends ... she creates imaginary enemies. " They remind me of Chuck Norris quotes- " Chuck Norris does n't have a watch- HE decides the time. " Emily the Strange is the new Chuck Norris.

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Fun, uirky, and bit fierce, Emily is one young lady that knows who she is and does not bend to popular opinion.

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