Thursday, January 4, 2018

Mini Review: We Are Party People

Shy twelve-year-old Pixie is the opposite of her gregarious parents, owners of the top party planning company in town. When Pixie's mom has to go away to support her ailing grandmother, it falls on Pixie to help out with the family business and step into the spotlight—and mermaid costume—her worst nightmare. Along the way she learns important life lessons, like maybe her family isn't so bad after all and that stepping out of her comfort zone might not be as scary as she thought. With a little help from her friends, she discovers her courage and faces her fears. (from the publisher)

The Good:
The Friendships
Her moments with her father
Behind the scenes at the parties
Gearing up for the Election
The parties
Ping-Pong games

The Bad:
Nitpicky but: how did her parents not realize she was an introvert?
Final  Thoughts: I enjoyed this story, loving how Pixie found her voice and discovered talents.

Cover Thoughts: Cute
Source: Book sent for Blog Tour

Come back for the blog tour stop tomorrow for my themed party with a playlist!

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