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  • Hardcover
  • 78 pages
  • Monica and the Bratty Stepsister
  • Diana G. Gallagher
  • English
  • 23 March 2018
  • 1434219801

10 thoughts on “Monica and the Bratty Stepsister

  1. Treasure Treasure says:

    Part of the Monica series, this real life book focuses on middle school Monica having to baby sit her second grade stepsister Angela Bratty Angela does everything she can to make Monica s day go wrong, and the book culminates in the two coming to an understanding about why they are having a hard time getting along Angela s reasoning her mother died and she is afraid to like Monica for fear she will die as well seems a bit far fetched, but upper elementary and middle school readers will lov Part of the Monica series, this real life book focuses on middle school Monica having to baby sit her second grade stepsister Angela Bratty Angela does everything she can to make Monica s day go wrong, and the book culminates in the two coming to an understanding about why they are having a hard time getting along Angela s reasoning her mother died and she is afraid to like Monica for fear she will die as well seems a bit far fetched, but upper elementary and middle school readers will love the fast moving plot and frequent drama The book has a lot of additional features, as it opens with a page of Monica s Friend Book , a social networking site, with comments from different characters that introduce the reader to the beginning of the plot This device is used throughout the book to move things along and give brief insight into the characters The end of the book includesFriend Book entries, as well as a glossary, journal, and questions for the reader It would be a quick, fun read for girls, and both the book and the cover feature African American characters, without making it a big deal The Friend Book feature may date the book if and when technology moves beyond the world of Facebook, but in the meantime, it would be good for a reading group featuring all girls, and would encourage reluctant readers to enjoy reading Reviewed for Puget Sound Council


  2. Kris Kris says:

    Recommended for gr 4 6, maybe through 8th grade for low level readers The story is fairly simple and predictable and might not hold the interest of older readers, although the main character is supposedly in the 8th grade The cover model lookslike a 6th grader to me The simple narrative is madeinteresting with emphasis placed on occasional words and sentences using a larger font and an accent color Graphics of text messages give additional depth to the story and help to hold i Recommended for gr 4 6, maybe through 8th grade for low level readers The story is fairly simple and predictable and might not hold the interest of older readers, although the main character is supposedly in the 8th grade The cover model lookslike a 6th grader to me The simple narrative is madeinteresting with emphasis placed on occasional words and sentences using a larger font and an accent color Graphics of text messages give additional depth to the story and help to hold interest Monica has to babysit her younger, annoying stepsister After what seems like a disastrous day of Angela spoiling many of Monica s favorite activities, the stepsisters reach an understanding and realize that they really do care for each other


  3. Josselyn Gualpa Josselyn Gualpa says:

    This book is good because it is interesting


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Monica and the Bratty Stepsister➽ [Download] ✤ Monica and the Bratty Stepsister By Diana G. Gallagher ➲ – Thomashillier.co.uk Monica tries hard to be nice to her year old stepsister, but it s hard When she has to spend the whole day with Angela, it seems like Angela s trying to sabotage her at every turn Will Monica make it Monica tries hard to the Bratty Kindle Ñ be nice to heryear old stepsister, but it s hard When she has to spend the whole day with Angela, it seems like Angela s trying to sabotage her at every turn Will Monica make it through the day.


About the Author: Diana G. Gallagher

Diana G Gallagher is the Bratty Kindle Ñ an American author who writes books for children and young adults based on television series She has contributed to book series based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Charmed, among othersBorn in , in Paterson, New Jersey, she now lives in Florida with her husband, the writer Martin Monica and PDF or Burke She sometimes also writes under the name Diana BurkeGallagher won a Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist in under the name Diana Gallagher Wu.