Time's Up (Beacon Street Girls Series #12)

Time's Up (Beacon Street Girls Series #12)

by Annie Bryant
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Time's Up (Beacon Street Girls Series #12) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
When Katani reads about a contest for young entrepreneurs, sponsored by T-Biz! magazine, she knows that she has a good chance of pulling together a prize-winning entry.

Since she has been dreaming of running her own fashion design and advice business for ages, she's already full of ideas, and it only takes a few moments before she's hit on the idea of knitting scarves to sell. Ms. Pink, the owner of the Think Pink! boutique, even offers to sell Katani's scarves for the breast cancer fundraiser she'll be holding in a week. Katani's sure she can knit the twenty scarves, take care of the paperwork, and get together her business plan by Saturday, when her contest entry is due.

Even though Katani tries to keep the contest a secret, so she can surprise everyone when she wins, she can't help but let word slip to a few people, and, of course, she has to tell her best friends, the Beacon Street Girls. Soon, it turns out that several other people are entering the contest, and fellow BSG Maeve has even signed up for tutoring lessons from one of Katani's rivals! What's worse is that Katani has a book report and a math project both due on top of the contest. Can she really get it all done in time, all on her own?

I've only read a few of the BEACON STREET GIRLS books, and this one threw me off a bit by not being narrated in the first person. Still, I found it as endearing as the others, and true to the characters. We also have a nice little side plot with BSG Charlotte finally going on a date/not-date with Nick Montoya, a chapter definitely worth reading for any BSG fan.
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I just finished reading it today!! I love the spirit of the book it has a great story line. I like how it shows everyone that sometimes they need help. It's so true!! Great experience of the book. Thinking of writing my own book some day because of this book. Read it. You will LOVE it.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Okay, so this wasn't the best of the Beacon Street Girls books, but it was good. It talks a lot about katani and how she over loads herself with projects, but it also talks about the other girls too. Like, I said, not the best, but the series is a must-read for girls 11-15.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was an amazing book and all children who haven't liked to read will become reading lovers just by reading this series. Try it and prepare to be truely amazed!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yes they do meet nick & sam. ( in gohst town)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
U should read this book and the series!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mary Greenstein More than 1 year ago
ummm....... Do the BSGs ever meet Nik and Sam? (the twins in the BSG book Ghost Town)
Cuong Tran More than 1 year ago
this nvr interesting. i do not like black.