Thursday, January 07, 2010

Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls: Moving Day - January Book of the Month

Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls is a fictional series geared toward elementary school aged girls. It is written by New York Times best selling author, Meg Cabot. Allie is not happy when her parents announce that they will be moving to the other side of town to an old Victorian house that her mother wants to restore. She will have to leave her comfortable, split-level, carpeted house and modern suburban school for a creepy house with wooden floors and a rundown, old-fashioned school. Not to mention she will have to leave behind her friends and become "the new girl." How will she cope? Allie Finkle is a fourth grade girl who is not afraid to tell it like it is. Each chapter explains a new "rule" such as Rule #1 Don't Stick a Spatula Down Your Best Friend's Throat. Or Rule #8 Don't Put Your Cat in a Suitcase. This is a funny, light-hearted series that moves quickly and will leave the reader eagerly waiting for Allie's next book and adventure!

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