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Heather Vogel Frederick

4.22 of 5 Votes: 1
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Wish You Were Eyre (2012)
4.43 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Seemed like a continuation of the BT book more than a Jane Eyre themed plot, except for the "back bone" theme. I wonder if that's because the publisher wanted to make the book more accessible to younger girls who might have been fans of the earlier teen fiction themes? Jane Eyr...
Once Upon a Toad (2012)
3.87 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: *3.5 stars*A cute and different retelling of the Toads-and-Diamonds fairytale. In this case, the lesson to learn is not about rewarding kindness, since the 'good' sister gets the toads and the mean one the diamonds, but about recognizing the good in each other and being forced to...
Pies & Prejudice (2010)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I picked this up after browsing the children's lit section of our library, not knowing it was the fourth in a series. I was most interested in a young take on Pride & Prejudice. And this is brilliant. It took a couple chapters to grow accustomed to the change in perspective, but ...
Much Ado About Anne (2008)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Much Ado About Anne, the second book in the fabulous Mother Daughter Book Club Series. Heather Vogel Frederick once again captured my heart when I read this book. People, if you haven't read this series, you have to, now :D!Anyway, the first 2 sentences in this book are "'What ar...
Hide-and-Squeak (2011)
3.66 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Hide and Squeak is a warm and super cute tale about a baby mouse trying to scurry and scamper away from his Dad and bedtime.Who hasn’t tried to wiggle out of going to bed? With repeating calls and sounds, this could be the cutest telling of the chase and hunt on record. I am no...
The Mother-Daughter Book Club Collection: The Mother-Daughter Book Club; Much Ado About Anne; Dear Pen Pal, Pies & Prejudice, Home for the Holidays (2012)
4.74 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: A fun read. Each book takes place over a year in which the mother-daughter book club reads one book together. I loved how each book was filled with facts and thoughts about the book the girls were reading. I had read most of the books they were reading (Little Women, Jane Eyre, P...
Absolutely Truly: A Pumpkin Falls Mystery (2014)
4 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: A great realistic fiction novel from the author of the Mother Daughter Book Club series. Truly, the main character, is a new resident of a quiet little New Hampshire town and feels all of the awkwardness associated with being in a new environment - especially as a middle-schooler...
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