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#105: Friends Forever - Helen Murray


Meet the girls of Heartlake City, Mia, Stephanie, Emma, Andrea, and Olivia. They might all have very different personalities, but they have one important thing in common: true friendship!

MY OPINION:
I felt like this was a great story for girls around age 8. It flowed really well, and while it didn't have any real lessons, it did show that moving from the city you know to a new one doesn't have to be so bad. For kids that are moving from the only home they've ever known this can be a scary time, when it doesn't have to be. This book tries to put that across clearly in the story.


3.5/5


Recommend? To girls age 8.


DISCLAIMER: I received a copy for review. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are my own.


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  1. Sounds like a great book for a girl facing a move then, thanks for sharing!

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