Pippa Park Raises Her Game

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A fun and interesting story about a girl trying to learn what she is doing for her life. A girl tries to reach her parents’ expectations about how she lives her life. The plot was very interesting; I felt that Pippa really wanted to fit into Lakeview Private and try not to be any different from the people at Lakeview. I felt that I really can relate to Pippa because she wants to fit in perfectly with the other students at her school. The language really did flow throughout the story as more content came through. The author did make a good point, that you will always chase your dreams, as Pippa discovers the real reason why she got a scholarship to Lakeview Private.

There were no illustrations in this book. I think ages nine to twelve would best like this book because nine-year-olds can think about what middle school can be and twelve-year-olds can reflect on what their middle school is like compared to Pippa’s. I think this book would make a good series, about what Pippa’s life would be like going forward. I think this book is so different compared to other ones I have read, so I don’t think there is anything compared to this book. I would recommend this book to the people who can compare their life to Pippa’s. Read this book because it could teach other children life lessons. “It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be.”

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Author Erin Yun
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 288 pages
Publisher Fabled Films Press
Publish Date 2020-02-04
ISBN 9781944020262
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Issue May 2020
Category Tweens


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