Lina is a likable and realistic main character to whom readers can easily relate.
I loved this book at first I didn't read it then I just couldn't stop I was reading all the time my mom thought I was sick I was reading so much!
This books is amazing and I recommend it to anyone with Tween and/or teenage girl or even themselves.
My granddaughter lost HER mother, so the main character in this story rings true. Not mauldlin at all; don't miss this one.Published 1 month ago by MDGRAMMY99``
Great inspiring funny enjoyable sad kind fun interesting hard-to-put-down cute perfect wonderful good memorable realistic fiction absolutely-100%-amazing bold exciting recommendedPublished 2 months ago by Courtney C.
It was very engaging, and original. I loved to go to bed and wondering what would happen next. I would consider this book to 4,5,6 graders.:)Published 6 months ago by toto
It is a wonderful book, and an amazing message. Everyone can take something out of this. It just depends how you interpret it.Published 7 months ago by sierra
Death, divorce, boyfriends...my third grader started reading this but she could not finish it. The death of the mother and the lack of communication of the father were too much. Read morePublished 8 months ago by vantel
Linda and Vanessa must get their parents from being in a rut after divorce and death. Fun follows laughter as they discover new things about being twelve and caught in the middle... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Liz Hanley
Kekeidjeidie shriek as a person walks up to me and says if if wanted a cookie and i said yesPublished 11 months ago by Vacationers
I LOVED reading Confetti Girl because it showed alot about how Lina was feeling even though it didnt come right out and say it.You should really read it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Meredyth