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The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks (The Mya Dove Case Files) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 5, 2013
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Zuni Blue’s been telling tales since she was a kid. Now she gets to mix fun stories with a few lessons learnt on the way to adulthood. Whether it’s solving cases at school or fighting monsters, Zuni promises a great read you’ll never forget!
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This story reveals an important message about social anxiety that would inspire young readers everywhere and make them think about how they interact with others. I thoroughly enjoyed the journey Mya took us on and loved the colourful characters introduced. I would have loved it if the author had delved a little deeper into how Mya came to acquire her position as an investigator for her school and perhaps showcased Libby a little more as the investigation did surround her, yet she didn't have much of a presence and she certainly didn't make enough of an impression on Mya to get her to conclude her investigation.
I look forward to Mya's other adventures. A good read for the whole family.
Fast read with some funny sections, for a younger reader but any age of Id say 7 and up would enjoy. The message is what I loved the most from this book, don't judge and is someone is 'different' take the time to figure out the whole story! Perhaps there is a reason why or why not to how they act. Life is full of all kinds of people try to learn about everyone and let them be the best they can and treat them the best you can!
I like the way the author, Zuni Blue, approached the subject by creating a delightful character, Detective Mya, who set off on a mission to solve the mystery, gathering evidence to determine if the new girl in her school, Libby, really is a "mean girl," as is suspected by many fellow students. It was fun to watch how she gathered evidence, and how she came to her conclusions. I was especially entertained by some of her "covert operations," such as secret meetings in bathroom stalls, etc. It was really quite a creative way to address the topic.
I would recommend this book to any parent with grade school age children. It is filled with wonderful messages and is done so in an entertaining and non-judgemental way.
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