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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Gingerly's Bad/Good Day (Volume 2) - Book 2 of the Gingerly Chapter Book Series by Terri Kelley deals with Gingerly and her bad days. She hopes she will find good days soon. Her friend Zoe coaxes her into joining a club but Gingerly does not want to be in Zoe's company.
This is a typical story about school and friends which any young reader would find interesting. The school, the activities in school, and clubs are all related to their daily lives. This makes the readers curious to know what happens in other schools and what other children do. The book also touches on starting clubs in the school and choosing a leader and members for each particular club. This series is as interesting as The Naughtiest Girl series by Enid Blyton. School stories are close to the hearts of children. They live those moments daily.
The book is also about the friendship between Zoe and Gingerly. Their happy, bickering, or angry moments together and still remaining good friends is something you will see in every school classroom. School, the classroom, the essence of school, teachers, and friendships all make this book an attractive read for children.
This story is good for read-aloud too. It would be nice to read this out loudly in class for others to hear, with expressions and emotions giving it a better impact. It is a good bedtime read too. I relived my school days while reading this book.