Little Miss Red

Reader: Sabrina K
Age: 16
Title: Little Miss Red
Author: Robin Palmer
Publisher: Penguin
Pub Date: Feb 2010
Galley: Yes
Nominate for Teens’ Top 10: No
Recommend: Yes
Convince us to read the book: Sophie is spunky. You fall in love with how she'll reference one of Lulu's books every other minute to what’s going on in the book—it almost felt like you were reading two books at once!
Compelling Aspect of the Book: I loved how Sophie figured out that true love isn't quite what she expected, but she learned from that. And that life had its dramatic moments—like in a book—but mostly it was all boring stuff. That when the exciting parts do happen and to live in the moment and enjoy them.
Did the cover tempt you and/or reflect the contents of the book: The cover did tempt me to pick up the book, but the main reason I picked it up was because I had read some of the author's previous books. The cover did reflect the book—Jack would call her Red because of her red cowboy hat she had.
Age Range: 14-17
Quality: 5Q Hard to imagine a better book
Popularity: 4P Broad general teen appeal

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