Happyface by Stephen Emond. Publication Date: March 1, ; Genres: Fiction; Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. Moving easily between cartoons and painterly black-and-white illustration, this epistolary novel of a young teen’s reinvention of self is subtle. Just put on a happy face! Enter Happyface’s journal and get a peek into the life of a shy, artistic boy who decides to reinvent himself as a happy-go-lucky guy.
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Happyface by Stephen Emond
Hardcoverpages. Being spit on at Happyfce Rallys, my friend Isyss He never reveals it in the story, not even in the dialogues with him and his brother.
Every element of literature was very prominent and well written into the story of Happyface. Nov 01, Brennan Bass rated it it was amazing. It adds a completely new dimension to the experience of reading and made the whole novel shine even brighter for me.
He quickly realizes though that hidden behind his Happyface persona lies his problems that can’t be cast away as he wears his “mask. Happyface and Gretchen had so many adventures throughout the book.
He decides to become Happyface, and always laugh and bu a fake smile on for everything that he does. At the start, the narrator seems like an average lonely high stepben sophomore.
It took me through a roller coaster of emotions. For the fact that Happy face had to go through so much awfulness throughout his freshman year makes the conflict unfold really nicely. Tobey is more calm boy unlike the boy is very aggressive for what he wants. I loved this book because of how relatable and real the situations the characters go through.
I loved this book so much!
It was so interesting and it always left me wanting to know more of what was going to happen next. This was basically all I could tell you without spilling the truth. In my own oppinion, I think it’s very good idea to have a diary to record down every epsiode of our life.
Happyface by Stephen Emond – FictionDB
Happyface is a very quick read, and really really good. This book is to replicate a journal written by a boy in high school, which is why the font looks like stepphen was written and there are pictures on every page. Became Happyface, a kid of many friends and social life. They all seemed well developed and there’s a wide range of personalities. Thanks for telling us about the stephe.
Not making any promises. I’ve read a lot of other novels that try to incorporate drawings and it doesn’t always work. Did Happyface ever reveal his name?
Happyface is a nickname a boy got when he moved schools. They want that happiness to rub off on them.
The story itself could have been great, but its presentation did not draw me into the story. Want to Read saving….
The storyline is great in this book. In the meantime, I had so much fun with it that I kept making the books. However, I will recognize that the plot is more of a realistic plot-line where the main character has stepben coming-of-age experience. Like what the dust jacket and cover shows, there is more to Happyface than his smiley face.
HAPPYFACE by Stephen Emond | Kirkus Reviews
I really enjoyed this book because a lot of the characters had simple but deep personality traits I could connect to people in my own world. The drawings in this book are fascinating and entertaining at the same time. They also might escape into things they like doing, like reading, drawing, listening to music, singing, all hapoyface of things.