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Reviewed by hoopsielv for TeensReadToo.com
After training the boys at school and her puppy, Pepper, Annabelle is back and as strong-willed as ever! She's adjusted to her new school and life with her mom's boyfriend, Ted. She's...
After training the boys at school and her puppy, Pepper, Annabelle is back and as strong-willed as ever! She's adjusted to her new school and life with her mom's boyfriend, Ted. She's found some cool friends, too.
Things take a sharp turn when her mom and Ted decide to get married. Her future stepbrother, Jason, is coming for a visit. To make matters even worse, Jason becomes Pepper's new favorite friend!
At least she's got her friends to get her through: or does she? The girls in the popular crowd take notice of Annabelle. Taylor seems to be the leader and knows just how to rope everyone in to her ways. Annabelle has to decide whether to join this clique or stick with her old buddies. What's a girl to do?
GIRLS ACTING CATTY doesn't disappoint. I was hoping this sequel would live up to my expectations, and it did! Annabelle is facing many choices and challenges while on the brink of becoming a teenager. This book will definitely leave the reader ready and waiting for Annabelle's next adventure.
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Posted December 25, 2013
Posted November 3, 2012
The characters were more like parodies of girls that age.
I only read the sample on my nook, and I instantly HATED the characters. "Oh no! 8th grade boys with eggs! I know what I'll do! I'll walk up to them! And I will tell them to not throw eggs! Haha. Boys are like dogs." Seriously? First, no 8th grader is going to pelt a 6th grader with rotten eggs. That is more like something a 5th grader would do. I also felt like this girl was unrealistic because she only lived in her neighborhood for 2 months and was talking about her clique. Girls in middle school are much to judgemental and to exclusive to include a new kid into their clique so quickly.
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Posted December 25, 2010
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