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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite
This is the second book in this series. The author’s skill is maturing. The style is almost prose. There is a distinct rhythm to the phrasing. The amazing thing about this book is the author’s age. She is only 9 years old. She is both author and illustrator.
The plot is interesting and will appeal to girls. The tale revolves around friends. The story begins with an introduction to each character. It continues with the BFFs throwing a make your friend feel better party. The book continues with each of the girls sharing a story. The end of the book has a fill in the blanks section to assist with reading comprehension.
I like this book. My granddaughter enjoyed it. I hope Natalie Tinti will continue writing and illustrating. She has an obvious talent. I believe we will see much more of her in the future.