Publisher: Walker & Company
Pages no: 256
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
This review can also be found on Reading Between ClassesCover Impressions: The cover is very cute. Covered in doodles, it looks like it could have been pulled from Ellie's notebook. I love the play on words in the title and hope that most teens would get it. The Gist: Ellie has one goal: to atten...
What first interested me about Amy Fellner Dominy's book was its ties to speech and debate. I'll admit it. I was the girl in high school who joined the club, lived at mock trial, spent her days arguing for or against anything they asked me to! I loved the high stress atmosphere and the good natured ...
Nothing what I expected! This is a solid read about a young teen's search for identity, and learning that the ends don't always justify the means. Though the overall subject is serious, the story is presented with a great deal of humor and self-depreciation. I really enjoyed this one!
OyMG is not a book that I would normally pick up but I am glad I did. It was cute, funny, and the best part is that it had a great message. Aren't those the best kind of books out there?Ellie Taylor is dying to go to the elite school, Benedict's. She knows that she can really improve her talent t...
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