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Life According to Liz Paperback – April 17, 2012
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Then there is Liz's older sister Sarah Jane. Sarah Jane is sixteen and is still a pain. Liz caught Sarah Jane with a new cute guy Charlie but she is suppose to be exclusive with longtime boyfriend Jack. As far as Liz was concerned Jack was the best. She thought Sarah Jane was horrible cheating on Jack with Charlie.
Liz is in the 4-H and will be showing her goat Ginny. At the 4-H meet she makes friends with a wild and crazy girl named Paula. She also seems to noticing the boys more which is very confusing to her as to why she was thinking so much about boys here lately. She was especially noticing and being noticed by a boy named Robbie.
To make things even more complicated for her she has to give up her room to her Grandma that has just moved in with her family. Sarah Jane is not dealing very well with the idea of Liz sharing her room.
This book reminded me of my older sister and me. She was two years older than me and saw me as a pain. The story is pretty typical of sisters relationships at that age. I was telling my fifteen year old twin granddaughters about the book and they piped up and said they would read the series. So I will be passing the books to them.
I enjoyed reading about the relationship between Liz and her grandmother. The grandmother was able to show Liz that she was just as pretty as Sarah Jane. Liz turning twelve is a really difficult age for girls. So many changes to deal with. Their emotions and hormones are all over the place.
I recommend this book for tweens and young adults.
I received a free copy of the book from the author for review. I was in no way compensated for this review. It was my own opinion.