Apr 292015
 

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Wow, it’s really difficult to be a 6th grader! Especially when you’re not good at anything, well, maybe art.

Catie Conrad, a typical sixth grade Christian, is ask for life being easier but her little brother and his pet skunk tend to make things aggravating. Add to that, a new crush and a mean girl bent on ruining Catie’s life and you’ve got the makings of a bad semester… our an awesome story.

Hott Review:

I enjoyed this Catie Conrad book even more than the last.
Catie’s books are perfect for middle grade girls because, although she’s a Christian, her life isn’t perfect or easy. Catie struggles with turning the other cheek and with forgiveness, reminding readers that even as Christians we are not perfect. Plus, Catie has a fun, if overly dramatic, personality that will keep everyone coming back for more.
As with the previous book, this one is written diary style with plenty of fashion designs, illustrations, and applicable bible verses thrown in.

Excerpt:

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Author: Angie Spady, Channing Everidge (Ill)
Source: Shelton Interactive
Publisher & Date: B&H Publishing, May 1, 2015
Genre: Middle Grade
ISBN: 1433684616 (ISBN13: 9781433684616)
Pages: 304
Grade: A
Ages: 8-14
Steam: NADA
Setting: 6th Grade
This Counts for these Challenges: 2015 Let Me Count The Ways Reading Challenge, 2015 Women Challenge, Monthly Mix-up Mania, 2014 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge
Series: Desperate Diva Diaries Series

Author Bio:

Author Angela Spady is an award-winning educator, curriculum author, and mother to two daughters in Kentucky and New Mexico. Her innovative teaching techniques have been featured on PBS, in KY Teacher Magazine, and in various print media around the country. She is a noted advocate for encouraging art and self-expression among children, and is often sought out by both parents and teachers on this critical topic. She lives in Taos, New Mexico with her husband Steve, and can often be seen writing, painting, or simply gazing upon the Sangre de Cristo mountains for a little inspiration.

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  One Response to “Review | How to Become the Most (un)Popular Girl in Middle School”

  1. This looks really, really cute!
    I know a few young girls that would love these!

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