Reviews by andreahubert
This story is loosely part of a series by this author. Mitch is an interesting character and Paige is very easy to like.
This is a book loosely connected to several other books by this same author. They tell the story of a family that it's fairly easy to like. Ryan and Lauren are both fun characters that make it easy to root for them.
This is one my favorite picture books. It tells the story of a girl who is so worried about what other people think of her that she's willing to hide who she really is (or what she really likes) in order to have friends. She completely loses herself and becomes one with her environment. Even very young children enjoy this story, even if it is a little long for the very young children back.
Typical Vince Vaughn movie. He plays a slacker who is in trouble, a rocky relationship with his girlfriend. Then suddenly he finds out that he is the biological father of over 500 children some of whom are trying to find out who is he. He has a change of heart and starts to meet some of the children without revealing his identity. So in the end everything works out for him as usual.
The downside of this particular book is that a large print format is often hard to hang onto in a paperback form (which this is).