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Mackenzie Blue Hardcover – May 5, 2009
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“Well’s heroine is spunky and creative, an open–hearted everygirl with a love of words, art and music. Young readers will find much to inspire them in her story.” (Kidsreads.com)
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Top Customer Reviews
I thought this book was very cute. It was a great mix of a lot of elements that I find myself enjoying in middle grade books. The storyline definitely captured my attention, and there was even a mystery about a missing diary that kept me hooked. In addition, there were "real" diary entries on lined notebook paper, loads of text messages (with a glossary in the back for the abbreviations), as well as illustrations of Zee and her friends. It was a very quick read for me, and I think even young girls who aren't big readers are going to be attracted to this book and the story.
I absolutely loved Zee. She seemed to be a pretty normal tween who just happened to live in Los Angeles and attend a pretty posh private school. I especially appreciated that Zee and her friends were all very gifted with musical and singing talents. Zee was actually a singer/songwriter who had dreams of winning the Teen Sing contest; and I know girls are going to really like the "American Idol" performance aspect of the book. I liked the Zee's lyrics and really enjoyed seeing how she learned to express herself through her music.
All of the characters in this story were just terrific,and I think kids will recognize traits from the children they know from school.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So cute and a really good read. My daughter loved this book and finished it pretty fast.
This is an accelerated reader (AR) book - reading level 4.0 - AR Pts: 4.0
The book was really good. Her life was a bit not real but it is good. Over all really good book.Published 10 months ago by Sylvia Asamoa
My daughter says she likes this book pretty good. Has had it a while, but has not finished it.Published 13 months ago by Clara
This was the best book I ever had
It really shows how someone might
Actually feel losing their diary
Read this book
U won't regret it
My niece loved, loved this. She is 8 and her name is Mackenzie so it was a hit before she opened the book. She read them all in one day.Published 17 months ago by frances christmon
I liked the series and i can't wait for the 5th book to come out! I recommend this book if you like Dork Diares!Published on January 1, 2014 by Anne Simpkins