P.S. Longer Letter Later
Very cute book in addition the sequel. This was my absolute favorite when I was younger. It can appeal to readers of all sorts as they are very easy to read and follow along with the letter/e-mail format. They are very sweet and smart, with many many funny parts as well. I loved these and would recommend to anyone 5th grade-7th grade.
This book was frankly a bit of a disappointment. Although it started off pretty well, in the middle, it got very boring and dull and I took several long breaks to come back to the book.
It's a story narrated through snail-mails about 2 best friends, Tara-Starr and Elizabeth who get seperated when Tara-Starr's parents ,or rather charents (child-like parents), as she calls them, move away. Both girls are from very different backgrounds and this book does a great job of demonstrating how friendship wins over all.
In spite of the great theme, however, I feel the authors could have done a better job. In all, an OK book.
This book is really for the younger teens.I love books that are laid out in letter form.SO this was a good one because of that.Also It really gets connected to the characters.A must read for young teens.
This book is written in letter form. The two girls who are writting the letter are friends. The one friend moves away. The book is good because the one girl, who lives in a rich family, who is very highclass, has a problem life because he parents are always fighting and their are getting poor. The other girl is having the great life. Its a really good read.