Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The Kind Of Friends We Used To Be

The Kind Of Friends We Used To Be by Frances O’Roark Dowell, 234 pages

This book is the sequel to The Secret language Of Girls. In this book Kate and Marilyn are trying to become friends again, but that is kind of hard to do when you don’t seem to have much in common anymore. Kate is interested in learning to play guitar and thinks she might want to be in a band. Marilyn still loves being a cheerleader and cares a lot about how she looks and being popular. Kate really doesn’t care at all what people think of her in general and Marilyn does but both of them still care about being a good person. Because they are still neighbors, they are working on their friendship and with a little compromise and understanding, they just might succeed. The book is pretty funny, and is a slice-of-life friendship story that mostly girls would probably like.

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