Cub by Cynthia L. Copeland is about Cindy becoming a reporter. Mrs. Shultz is the first one to realize how good of a writer Cindy is. She signs her up for a job to be a cub reporter. But when she goes to her first meeting, things get a little bit harder. Cindy realizes being a reporter is harder than it seems. Will she continue to be a reporter? Or is the work too hard to continue?
I loved the characters. I thought they acted as real people would in these situations. I would love to be friends with Cindy because she is a very nice girl. I think we would get along nicely. I thought the plot was very believable. I liked how it focused more on secondary characters. I think all of the events could really happen or have happened to lots of people. I think ages 9-12 should read this book. Cub reminds me of two books called Invisible Emmie and The Baby-Sitters Club. It reminds me of Invisible Emmie because it’s also a graphic novel, and the main characters are not the popular ones. It also reminds me of The Baby Sitters Club because they both have girls as the main character with lots of drama.
|Author||Cynthia L. Copeland|
|Page Count||240 pages|
|Publisher||Algonquin Young Readers|
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