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The Complete Mother-Daughter Book Club Collection: The Mother-Daughter Book Club; Much Ado About Anne; Dear Pen Pal; Pies & Prejudice; Home for the Holidays; Wish You Were Eyre Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-27 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 16 user ratings
ISBN:1442498439
LANGUAGE:English

" I love this series! It goes from the girls being in sixth to tenth grade, and I can't wait for the seventh one to come out in Summer 2015!!! " said.

"Absolutely lovely. Flawless and timeless, these books are for all ages. These books teach good life lessons, have wonderful role models, and relate to readers. The characters are all developed and lovable, you will grow a connection to them all. Very few books feel quite as real as the ones in this series. And there is humor too, although there are some serious life problems that characters have to face throughout the stories including bullying, death of parent, poverty, parent remarriage, etc. All of these matters are handled well and realistically. My heart is bonded to these books, these characters and their stories. I laughed for these books, I cried for these books. I got to grow with the characters, and feel as if I was part of their world. These books were a job well done on Heather Vogel Frederick's part and I recommend these books to anyone and everyone." said.

"I love them all but wish you were eyre was the best.
Sophie Fairfox comes to concord and ends up with Megan. Megan got a cat and she follows Sophie. Megan doesn't know what to do so she tells the book club (who are know like sisters fight a little and help each other around the mess ). Megan is so excited but she comes home to a huge mess. Then the girls get into a fight with Sophie thinking she was evil but they get to hear Sophie's story and won't talk because they relized what they were doing was wrong. All these books are about friendship something you will always need no matter what it is they are there for you and we are there for them.
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" I love this series! It goes from the girls being in sixth to tenth grade, and I can't wait for the seventh one to come out in Summer 2015!!! " said.

"I love them all but wish you were eyre was the best.
Sophie Fairfox comes to concord and ends up with Megan. Megan got a cat and she follows Sophie. Megan doesn't know what to do so she tells the book club (who are know like sisters fight a little and help each other around the mess ). Megan is so excited but she comes home to a huge mess. Then the girls get into a fight with Sophie thinking she was evil but they get to hear Sophie's story and won't talk because they relized what they were doing was wrong. All these books are about friendship something you will always need no matter what it is they are there for you and we are there for them.
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"My middle school aged daughter and I enjoyed these books. I read each one after she was done. Because she has read Anne of Green Gables and Little Women, that made the first books even more enjoyable. I loved Daddy Long Legs when I was her age, and I hope this series will inspire her to read it and Jane Austen. A good series that deals with middle school issues." said.

"My daughter was so happy to receive this for her birthday as it is her favorite series!" said.

"This is a great series and my 10-year-old loved each book. She has since passed them on to her classmate, who also loved each book. Well-written and grabs the attention of tweens." said.

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