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Posted September 14, 2012
Being a grown up is not as easy as one might think
Summer Jackson is a seven year old girl who wants to grow up now. She doesn’t want to play games anymore, she wants to wear sunglass all the time, eat anything she wants, get a job, and take important calls on her cell phone. When Summer decides to start bossing around her classmates, her parents decide to let Summer be a grown-up. But Summer soon realizes that being a grown up means being responsible for more than she can handle and missing out on the fun things a child can do, like tag and playing on the swing set.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Harris does a good job of teaching children who want to grow up, but that being a kid has its perks too. Paired with the colorful illustrations of Muninger, Summer Jackson comes to life with all the attitude and posturing a seven year old child playing at being a grown-up can express. Summer Jackson Grown-Up is a cute read with a realistic moral.
Recommended for readers age 4-7.
Posted May 18, 2011
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