Dear Opl

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Opl has been gaining a lot of weight since her father died, so her mother has been trying to get her to lose weight, but not in the nicest way. Then, Opl starts a blog that’s supposed to be about what she eats every day, but she starts giving out advice to people about what to do in different circumstances, and everyone starts taking her advice. It distracts her from eating so much candy, and she starts taking yoga lessons, too. She has to learn how to express her feelings and overcome her obesity in a healthy way.

This book has a good message. It tells you that even if life is hard, sometimes you’ve got to face it straight on or you will just be running all your life. Opl becomes a lot happier by the end because she is helping other people, and also because her family grows closer together again. She finds a good way to deal with her sadness and emotions–she thought that candy made her happy, but really it didn’t. This would be a good book for people wanting advice about what to do when they’re in a tough situation in life.

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Author Shelley Sackier
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 240 pages
Publisher Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
Publish Date 04-Aug-2015
ISBN 9781492608592
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Issue July 2015
Category Tweens


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