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e-Book The Mother-Daughter Book Club download

by Heather Vogel Frederick

ISBN: 1416970797
ISBN13: 978-1416970798
Language: English
Publisher: Aladdin; Reprint edition (April 22, 2008)
Pages: 288
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Subategory: For Kids

ePub size: 1623 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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Heather Vogel Frederick. Simon & schuster books for young readers. This book is a work of fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously.

Heather Vogel Frederick. 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10020. An imprint of Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Division. Other names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Heather Vogel Frederick is the award-winning author of the Mother-Daughter Book Club series, Absolutely Truly, the Patience Goodspeed books, the Spy Mice series, and Once Upon a Toad. An avid fan of all things maple, Heather and her husband have recently been transplanted from Portland, Oregon, back to New England, close to where Heather grew up.

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The Mother-Daughter Book Club is great to read with your own book club, so you can discuss similarities and differences between the fictional club and yours. Posted on February 14, 2008 by Cindy Hudson. I just finished reading The Mother-Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick, and I found it delightful. The structure of the fictional book club was very different from either of the clubs I’m in with my daughters, and I liked reading about how the girls and their moms worked to help their group gel.

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When the mothers of four sixth-grade girls with very different personalities pressure them into forming a book club, they find, as they read and discuss "Little Women," that they have much more in common than they could have imagined. The Mother-Daughter Book Club would be great to read with your own book club, because you can discuss similarities and differences between the fictional club and yours, as well as possibly find things you'd like to incorporate into your own group. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago.

Acclaimed author Heather Vogel Frederick will delight daughters of all ages in a novel about the fabulousness of fiction, family, and friendship.The book club is about to get a makeover.... Even if Megan would rather be at the mall, Cassidy is late for hockey practice, Emma's already read every book in existence, and Jess is missing her mother too much to care, the new book club is scheduled to meet every month. But what begins as a mom-imposed ritual of reading Little Women soon helps four unlikely friends navigate the drama of middle school. From stolen journals, to secret crushes, to a fashion-fiasco first dance, the girls are up to their Wellie boots in drama. They can't help but wonder: What would Jo March do?
Comments:
Fenrikree
My daughter and I read this for a mother daughter book club a friend started. It was the perfect book to start with. Yes, it is written for tweens, and is a good starting point for situations that may come up. It is not intended to be an in depth exploration of all the angst of middle school, thankfully.

I loved the Little Women quotes. The book club questions at the end were good for both parent and kid to go through.
We enjoyed it so much, we gave it to my sis-in-law and her daughters to read.

KiddenDan
All women remember that age. You were about 11 or 12 years old, heading into the stage where boys were cute, brothers were horrid, and parents were embarrassing. It last about until you were 18. And school? Well, school was a battlefield. Essentially they were the hardest years of your life. Now imagine your mother and some other mothers decided to have a Mother-Daughter Book Club with girls you would never speak to in school... unless they were spreading vicious rumors about you, but you can't really call that "speaking", now can you?! In The Mother-Daughter Book Club, Heather Vogel Frederick gives her characters plenty to think about as they survive 6th grade and their mothers.

Cassidy is a tomboy who loves to play hockey and embarrasses her supermodel mother with every burp and outburst. Emma is the poor, pudgy daughter of intellectuals who named her and her brother after Jane Austen characters (Darcy?! No wonder the boy played hockey!). Jess is a shy, sweet farm girl battling her own issues on the home front since her mother moved to NY to be an actress while dealing with issues at school where everyone tells her she stinks and calls her Goat Girl. Megan is one of the popular girls and would sooner die than be caught hanging out with Cassidy, Emma, and Goat Girl. But when their mothers start a book club (sans Jess's mom who is MIA), they have no choice but to all get together once a month. They may have no choice about attendance, but they don't have to pretend they like it.

At first all the girls hate the idea, but slowly they begin to enjoy reading Little Women, especially since Louisa May Alcott lived and wrote the story in their town! Their mothers have made the club pretty fun and not hard, so they can live through the meetings once a month. But the book club is a constant reminder for Jess that her mother has left her family behind. It also reveals the tensions between the mothers and daughters themselves. But when Megan and her followers pull a prank that went way too far, the whole Book Club is threatened. Now the girls and their mothers must decide whether the Book Club can survive a betrayal as bad as Megans, but if the girls didn't want the club in the first place, what is going to make them try to save it?

I had a feeling this was going to be an adorable story, and I was right! These girls are a wonderful mix of characters from the Queen Bee to the target to the hockey playing tomboy/jock. It explores this mix of girls and how they interact when they must be on their best behavior in front of all their mothers. But more importantly, it explores their interactions when their moms aren't around, and it can get ugly! I think my favorite character had to be Cassidy who knew she could never live up to her model mother and just wanted to play hockey. In fact, when there was no hockey team for girls in the town, she didn't hesitate to hide her identity and try out for the boys' team! She was a real butt-kickin' girl, and she wasn't afraid to stand up to Megan and her cronies. I liked the other girls, even Megan eventually, but I loved Cassidy!

This also explores that sacred yet tenuous relationship between mother and daughter. Any of you daughters out there can admit that this relationship is always a little strained but devoted at the same time. I am 31 and my relationship with my mom is that exactly! So the different girls and their wildly different mothers all came together for one big lesson: mothers and daughters love each other, but sometimes they don't see each other enough to understand each other. I think this would be a great lesson for any young lady struggling at this age to traverse life with her mom (or her mom struggling to deal with a daughter this age!). This book is best for a high skilled 4th grader through about 7th grade. It is written in simple language, but the book is fun and has great characters. I look forward to the other books in the series, and might even have to read Little Women again!

Bukelv
I had nothing???? to read ???? until I stumbled upon this book ???? and I am a very big book ???? worm so I go through books ???? like water????, so you can imagine ???? my relieve when I found this book ????. This series has many pages and books ???? so if you love ???????????? reading ???? as much as me please read these books ???? especially if you know how it feels to be a tween or teen. And if u like the first book ???? get the second and the third and so on because this is the BEST BOOK EVER!!!!!!!!!????????????????????????????????????

Marirne
I feel in love with Little Women when I read it many, many years ago. As the mother of a teen age daughter I required her to read it, much to her dismay. She stuck it out and admitted that she liked it more than she thought she would.
She is now required to read The Mother-Daughter Book Club, much to her dismay. The book looks at four six grade girls all with different family structures, physical and social attributes, and financial differences, whose mothers, much to their dismay, have started a book club and will be reading Little Women. The author has a great understanding of 6th grade girls.
The book takes place in Concord, Massachusetes, the hometown of Louisa Alcott.
The book is very well written. I found myself longing to be part of the book club. Each chapter of the book is done by one of the four girls prospective. When I first started the book I was concerned that this would be confusing and cause the flow if the book to be disruptive;but, those concerns were quickly put to rest.
Also, each chapter has a quote from Little Women.
There are many questions to consider at the back of the book and there are many things to ponder throughout the book, wether you use it for a book club or just want do them on your own.
Read it for yourself or with your daughter, you will be enriched by it.

Thorgaginn
Writing reviews is my specialty, and I'm glad that I am able to write one for such a great book, a great series, a great author. The Mother-Daughter Book Club is a fabulous, well-written book. It starts out with four sixth grade girls, each very different from the other: Emma, a round girl on a budget, for whom writing and books are everything. Jess, a "genius" in math and science, growing up on a farm with her mother away in NYC to act. Megan, a Chinese-American girl, for whom clothes and fashion are everything, and the exact opposite of what her mother silently considers "a perfect daughter". And Cassidy, a skinny girl moving on from a terrible tragedy, growing up with a former super model mother, and for whom playing pro hockey is the main goal. The girls mothers, who take yoga together, have cooked up a plan for a mother-daughter book club. While reading Little Women, the girls take an incredible journey. Some friends are left behind, new ones are found. A fear is faced, a hope is crushed, a love is found, a maiden has danced, and a goat is released. I encourage you to read and enjoy this heart-warming, hilarious, and hopeful story of four girls who finally become friends, and read all the amazing books in this series.

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