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The Mother-Daughter Book Club (edição 2008)

por Heather Vogel Frederick (Autor)

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When the mothers of four sixth-grade girls with very different personalities pressure them into forming a book club, they find, as they read and discuss "Little Women," that they have much more in common than they could have imagined.
Título:The Mother-Daughter Book Club
Autores:Heather Vogel Frederick (Autor)
Informação:Aladdin (2008), Edition: Reprint, 288 pages
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The Mother Daughter Book Club by: Heather Vogel Friedrick is an amazing series! This is a review on the first book, just fyi. It is told from the point of view of Emma Hawthorne, Jessica Delany, Megan Wong, and Cassidy Sloane. Each girl comes from a different background. Whether you are a sports star, animal lover, bookworm, or fashionista you will love this series! For each girl, starting sixth grade is hard in its own way. But one similar problem for all of them is Book Club, an idea that the moms came up with at yoga class. Each girl despises the book club. Megan would rather be somewhere shopping and Emma will be forced to reread a lot of books. Cassidy will sacrifice hockey and Jess will be left to sulk about her mother on her own. They start the book club by reading Anne of Green Gables. At school, there are problems with the queen bee, Becca Chadwick, boys (namely Zack Norton) and stolen notebooks. The girls don’t think that the book club will last but they will soon find out that maybe, book club is the answer for every problem, whether it be at school, home, or even on the rink.
I loved the Mother Daughter Book Club! I have read and reread the whole series. The first book was an amazing introduction to the girls and their book club. I enjoyed it because it was told from each girls’ point of view and I got to see the book club from their point of view. I also liked it because it was realistic fiction and similar things were going on to me at the same time! Another reason I liked it was because I am not like any of them in a particular way. It was fun to want to read from everyone’s point of view and not dislike one or the other. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is looking for a book with a little drama, lots of fun and a friendship that will last a lifetime. ( )
  HShaha.ELA3 | Oct 25, 2019 |
A book that centers around a book is kind of the best thing ever. Not only do four POV's come together to laugh, cry, and become accepted in their lives but they are trully similar to the characters in the book they are reading, Little Women. Megan's rudeness took me a while to like while her passion for fashion bloomed, Jess' situation with her mom tugged at my heart's strings, Cassidy's tomboyishness and fight to be who she is had me rooting for her, and Emma's confidence with her writing and what she wore had her standing up for herself in the end. And that end... Like Emma says, "I love happy endings." ( )
  AdrianaGarcia | Jul 10, 2018 |
Emma, Jess, Cassidy, and Megan's mothers get together after a yoga class and hatch the idea of a Mother-Daughter Book Club. They unilaterally enroll their daughters in the group and come up with the rules on their own, to which the girls are supposed to agree. (Aside: from an organizational management perspective, one would say that they "failed to get buy-in.") The girls are all resistant to some degree, especially Megan, who is one of the popular "Fab Four" at school. (Becca, the ringleader of the Fab Four, takes her cue from her obnoxious mother; they both mock the group, though they are transparently jealous and upset about being left out.)

The book for the sixth-grade year is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, who lived in Concord, MA, where the book is set. (Aside: an entire year to read a book? It's the rare college course that focuses on just one text, and a college course is only one semester, not two.) Quotes from Little Women and "fun facts" about Louisa are sprinkled throughout the book.

Each girl faces problems and challenges, and each one grows over the course of the year. In the audio version, different narrators for each girl help keep it clear which one is talking; in the print version, I sometimes forgot whose chapter it was. All in all, a nice, if rather simple, middle grade story. ( )
  JennyArch | Apr 4, 2017 |
This is a cute book. I enjoyed the characters and references to Little Women and Concord. I liked it well enough to want to read the next in the series. ( )
  ReinaMWilliams | Mar 31, 2017 |
Read for CB on GR, the Fiction Club.  Never would have picked it up myself, with that pastel cover and the fact that the book they read is Little Women.  Characters superficial, HEA hugely impossible.  The author had good intentions, and I can readily imagine certain kinds of readers enjoying this, but I believe that, if anything, it perpetuates stereotypes of the Mean Girl, the Artist, the Shy Girl, the Poor girl... even the moms: the Librarian, the Actress, the Widow, the Model...  Gag me. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
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For Marjorie Hamlin - children's librarian, teacher, mentor, and friend - whose "book club" many springtimes ago helped launch a fledgling writer
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