Asking For Trouble by Sandra Byrd – Review by my cousin Amy

Tyndale House (March 4, 2010)
Without Further Ado, I’m handing the keyboard to Amy (figuratively of course):
I really liked the characters in this story, everyone played good parts.

The story is about a girl named Savvy for short. She lived in Seattle but had to move to London. The thing she wanted most was to write for the newspaper at her new school and make new friends. Savvy thought getting to write for the school paper would help her make friends and people would like her more so she would fit in better. While she tried to get a job writing for the school paper the rest of her family was also trying to make new friends and looking for a church the family would all like!! I’m excited about reading other books in this series and can’t wait for them to come out. This was an awesome read!!
Readers I’m back for the wrap up but you’ll have to wait for my thoughts a bit longer since I let Amy read it first. Thanks Again for visiting Bibliophile’s Retreat Amy and sharing your thoughts with all the readers here. (ISBN#9781414325972, 272pp, $6.99)


Visit Sandra’s Website for more about her books. Use the cover to find out more about this book or purchase a copy. Thanks to Tyndale for a review copy and thanks to Amy for helping me out with her thoughts on the book from a Tween perspective. Any questions or comments you leave for Amy I will be sure to pass on to her.

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