“[A] sweet story about friendship and self-discovery. . . . The portrayal of middle school is spot-on” ―VOYA on A Song for Bijou
“Well crafted . . . the alternating points of view between Bijou and Alex keep it interesting.” ―School Library Journal on A Song for Bijou
“Modern, relevant, and highly enjoyable.” ―Library Media Connection on A Song for Bijou
“Rock prevails in this spirited, never-say-die story about a girl and her dream. Farrar's first novel hits home about tween life, especially among the creative set, and for anyone who has ever been bullied.” ―School Library Journal on Rules to Rock By
“The teens' voices are funny and distinct. . . . Middle-school rockers will enjoy the show.” ―Kirkus Reviews on Rules to Rock By
“A rock 'n' roll version of Revenge of the Nerds for middle-graders. It not only provides great advice for those interested in the music industry but also for those dealing with the pressures of pre-teen life.” ―Curledupkids.com on Rules to Rock By--This text refers to the Paperback edition.