Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks

Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks by Lauren Myracle
Lauren Myracle
Dutton Books
Release Date:
May-14-2009

Rating (0 - 10 scale)
8



Age Level
young adult

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Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer  MDG
Fifteen year old Carly attends a private school, lives in a gated community, and can have all the expensive clothes that she wants. But what Carly wants is to be different and for people not to see her as a rich girl. So when her younger sister Anna turns Barbie doll pretty over the summer, it's hard for Carly to create her own image. As Anna begins high school, Carly must cope with a changing relationship with her sister, and rediscover the bonds of sisterhood that have been there all along, even if she couldn't see them.

I thought this book was so cute. Having a younger sister myself, I could relate with Carly. Sisters don't always get along, but they love each other no matter what, which was a major theme throughout the book. Even though Carly or Anna would get into all kinds of shenanigans, they each had each other to turn to for help and support. I liked reading about these two sisters, a simple story of the bonds of siblings. Peace, Love and Baby Ducks is also very funny; I would find myself laughing almost every other page. Just a sweet and heartwarming story that will make you want to give your sister (or brother) a hug.

Reviewer Age:17

Reviewer City, State and Country: Aston, Pennsylvania United States

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