kid reviewer: Luv Ya Bunches

Take a kid’s word for it.  Here’s a review by my ten-year-old daughter:

Luv Ya Bunches by Lauren Myracle was an awesome book about four girls going into fifth grade.  Their names are Camilla (Milla), Katie-Rose, Violet, and Yasaman.  Milla is friends with Modessa (who Katie-Rose calls “Medusa”) and Quin, the mean, popular girls.  But when they start being mean to Milla, she stops being their friend.  Later in the story, Milla, Katie-Rose, Violet, and Yasaman (who are now friends) put mud in Modessa’s ice cream at the ice cream social and blame it on Quin.  At the end of the book they all become friends and talk to each other on Luvyabunches.com, a website created by Yasaman.

I like the suspense and drama.  My favorite part was when they put mud in her ice cream.  I didn’t like when Modessa threw Milla’s favorite scarf in the mud.

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About Stephanie Wardrop

I'm the author of the Swoon Romance e-novella series SNARK AND CIRCUMSTANCE available on Amazon and B&N. I teach writing and Children's, Women's, British, and American Lit at Western New England University. View all posts by Stephanie Wardrop

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