Spotlight Feature: Pippa Morgan’s Diary by Annie Kelsey + Giveaway (CLOSED)

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Disclaimer: A lot of Spotlight Feature will be posted to make up for the lack of write-ups for a month.
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Title: Pippa Morgan’s Diary
Author: Annie Kelsey
Release Date: October 6, 2015
Publisher: Sourcebooks Jabberwocky

Praise for Pippa Morgan’s Dairy:
“With its approachable style and friendly language, this is sure to please both older fans of Rebecca Elliott’s “Owl Diaries” (Scholastic) and reluctant readers alike.” – School Library Journal

“Likable characters in humorous situations make for a promising series opener.” – Kirkus

“A charming story about the lengths you can go to win someone over, this is a great addition to the perennially popular illustrated-journal trend in middle-grade fiction. Although the character created sketches can draw Wimpy Kid comparisons, the tone more closely matches Marissa Moss’ Amelia’s Notebook (1995)… the perfect quick read for any student with starry-eyed aspirations and a big imagination.”- Booklist

Summary:
Sometimes a little white lie can land you in a whole lot of trouble… Pippa’s new BFF Catie Brown is perfect. So perfect, that Pippa tells her a teeny tiny lie—that she once auditioned for Voice Factor—to impress her. And it works. It works so well, in fact, that Catie enters Pippa into the school talent show. The only problem? Pippa can’t sing. Not at all. In fact, her singing is so bad it scares the neighbors. But if she doesn’t participate in the talent show, Catie will know she lied. But if she does participate, the whole school will find out what a horrible singer she is...including Catie! It’s up to Pippa to put an end to this pesky problem!

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About the Author:
Annie Kelsey is a pseudonym for a well-known children’s book author.

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