The Way to Bea by Kat Yeh

The Way to Bea

With a charming voice, winning characters, and a perfectly-woven plot, Kat Yeh delivers a powerful story of friendship and finding a path towards embracing yourself.Everything in Bea's world has changed. She's starting seventh grade newly friendless and facing big changes at home, where she is about to go from only child to big sister. Feeling alone and adrift, and like he...

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The Way to Bea Reviews

  • Luke Reynolds
    ARC Review (6/20/17, received from a local bookstore)Actual rating: 4.5 out of 5 starsWhen I first heard about this novel, I was absolutely ecstatic. Kat Yeh's middle grade novel debut, The Truth About Twinkie Pie, was one of my favorite novels last year. She did an impeccable job crafting a relatab...
  • Alisha Marie
    I'm weird with Middle Grade books. There are a few that I have really liked and there are some that I found underwhelming. This one falls right in the middle of these two categories. While I did like The Way to Bea, I wasn't in love with it.The Good: The best thing about The Way to Bea is the way th...
  • Shenwei
    A Bea-utiful book about finding new friends when your old ones have abandoned you and learning to be true to yourself. 😭💜note: the main character is Taiwanese American and one of the supporting characters is autistic....
  • Lola  Reviewer
    I knew I would love this book before I even turned the first page. The Truth About Twinkie Pie was wonderful—of the emotional sort—and so surprisingly creative. I had a feeling I would love this one too. And although this is only the second book I read from Kat Yeh, she’s one middle g...
  • Patty
    I do not know the wayUntil that extra thump (six) on your heart tells you that you've made the wrong choice. Only this time, it's not just a haiku—it's real life. And there's no starting over.What an absolutely beautiful, emotional, and realistic read!! What you feel inside is what you put out ...
  • Wendi Lee
    This is a tender, wonderfully written book about losing your friends, and finding the courage to stand strong and be yourself. Bea has high hopes for seventh grade, but when she comes back from a summer vacation in Taiwan, nothing is as it was before. Her best friends have turned their backs on her,...
  • Audrey Webster
    Review can be found on my blog. Linked here:https://betweenthepagesbooks.wixsite.......
  • Aeicha
    Twelve year old Bea Lee and her BFF had big plans for seventh grade, but now Bea’s friends are ignoring her, Bea’s super busy artist mother and graphic novelist father are focused on the arrival of Bea’s little sister, and Bea feels utterly lost and invisible. She takes comfort in the...
  • Amy
    Actual rating: 4.5I read this book in one sitting on a Friday night. I really enjoyed Bea and her group of friends that she eventually finds. There were a few things I didn't like that kept it from a 5 star review (her use of initials when talking about her old friend group-it just seemed stilted to...

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