Maybe Catie can use these diaries to keep her prayer list… to remember who to pray for, and why. That wouldn’t make it a diary, would it?
As my tween niece would say – Adorbs!
What I liked: ‘Catie Conrad: Faith, Friendship and Fashion Disasters’ is a perfect tween read! There are several things that I loved:
- It’s laid out as a series of diary entries. Which means, short chapters for reluctant readers.
- It’s got plenty of stories about what they’re currently going through – even the school projects are right on target!
- The book is riddled with fashion designs and examples that all tweens will adore and that makes it MUCH easier for reluctant readers to enjoy.
- Every entry is a cute story with a plan on how to deal with it and sometimes, a what not to do. 😉
- The entire book reinforces a need for God in our daily life and in every situation.
What I didn’t like: I’m surrounded by tweens ;O (Not all my own) and they all want to read this — both the avid & reluctant readers — so either I’m going to need to get more copies or we’re going to need to teach them to share again…
|Author:||Angie Spady, Channing Everidge (Ills)|
|Source:||Shelton Interactive (Publicist)|
|Setting:||Middle School! (6th Grade)|
|Series:||Desperate Diva Diaries, #1|
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