Publish date: June 4th 2007
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
Series: Dairy Queen (#1)
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleI picked this book up at the Little Free Lending Library, because as someone who grew up in a small town in Wisconsin surrounded by farms and a bad high school football team, I thought I could find something to relate to in it. At first, I hated the bo...
Voice, voice, voice. This one is all about the FANTASTIC voice of DJ Schwenk. Ms. Murdock as done an impressive job creating her character. DJ literally leaps off the page. It took me a while to pick this book up because I didn't think that a story about a Wisconsin girl who lives and works on a far...
Dairy Queen is a book that's been sitting on my kindle for a while. It's about D.J. who works on her family farm in small town USA. Her older brothers were football stars in their local town. When the quarterback from the rival team (whose coach is a friend of the family) is sent to help out on t...
A sweet, realistic read. And please don't judge this book by its cover. Or the title. Because the content is so much better.
I first read this book about four or five years ago and when I joined Goodreads I only gave it a 3 star rating, remembering only that I had enjoyed it but not enough to make a lasting impression. I didn't realise there was more to the series until I stumbled upon the second book in a secondhand book...
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