Pancakes by joan bauer plot

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pancakes by joan bauer plot

Stars So Sweet (All Four Stars, #3) by Tara Dairman

As with the other entries in the series, Im rounding up a half star from my true opinion. I do think theres a lot of appeal and good values in these for kids. I found them to be repetitious & wordy and am glad Im done. And I did have to keep telling myself suspend disbelief; read it like a fairy tale. Very glad of the satisfying ending to the trilogy.

But there were random problems, too. Too much romance, imo, for 12 yo seventh-graders. A random snarky comment about Rolanda learning a lot about Shakespeare only because she joined Drama Club... but wait, isnt that how its *supposed* to work? Gladys complaining because she only has three good friends bothered me, too.

I wont read on if Dairman decides to keep going, unless she completely changes the pov to that of Charissa, Parm, or Sandy.

ETA - I looked at some of the other reviews. The ppl who gave this few stars had a problem with one of the characters being revealed as lesbian. Um, lady, that girl is not the evil one; you are. And to think youre poisoning your children with that view. How very sad.
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Tara Dairman

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A young, comic actor with troubles at home, sees a girl who might be held against her will…but will anyone listen? But soon Anna finds herself caught up in a bigger problem: how to find out the truth about the girl she saw, the one with the frightened eyes. Is she being held against her will? Is she in danger? Anna is determined to help, to make something happen. But first, she has to make someone listen.

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