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Starred Review, Kirkus Reviews, November 15, 2011:
"Four decades separate Sonia Nadhamuni and Judy Blume’s Margaret Simon, but these feisty, funny offspring of Jewish interfaith marriages are sisters under the skin. Like Blume, Hiranandani resists simplistic, tidy solutions. Each excels in charting the fluctuating discomfort zones of adolescent identity with affectionate humor."
Posted March 14, 2012
A fabulous coming of age story that any middle grade student on up could relate to. I was enthralled from beginning to end. Sonia was an incredibly loveable character.
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Posted April 28, 2012
I love this book because the author really has a good idea of what middle school life is actually like. A lot of writers have no idea what middle school is like and the just categorize everything by popular and unpopular. This book shows the fact that it is a lot more complicated than that. You should read this book. It is worth your time and money.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 14, 2013
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