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Emma Moves In (American Girl: Like Sisters #1)

Emma Moves In American Girl Like Sisters Emma s big move is changing everything She s always fantasized about living in the same seaside town as her twin cousins Natalia and Zoe But now that she s there things aren t going quite the way sh

  • Title: Emma Moves In (American Girl: Like Sisters #1)
  • Author: Clare Hutton
  • ISBN: 9781338114997
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback
  • Emma s big move is changing everything.She s always fantasized about living in the same seaside town as her twin cousins, Natalia and Zoe But now that she s there, things aren t going quite the way she expected.The beautiful old mansion the girls mothers are renovating together isn t finished yet, and Emma misses her dad, who s stuck back in Seattle Worse, the twins leaEmma s big move is changing everything.She s always fantasized about living in the same seaside town as her twin cousins, Natalia and Zoe But now that she s there, things aren t going quite the way she expected.The beautiful old mansion the girls mothers are renovating together isn t finished yet, and Emma misses her dad, who s stuck back in Seattle Worse, the twins lead different lives at school, and Natalia s close friend Caitlin is giving Emma the cold shoulder.But Emma and her cousins have always felt just like sisters, so Emma is determined to make her new start a big success if only she can figure out how.

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    1 thought on “Emma Moves In (American Girl: Like Sisters #1)

    1. Dnf While there was nothing wrong with the book, its was really hard to get through, mostly due to me being way outside the target market.I felt like the main character was one of those who was way too connected with her emotions, found a problem with everything, or simply overthought everything. If I would have continued and really invested in the plot, I felt I would have developed a base case of anxiety.It seems like something younger kids would like to read, since sometimes the problems the [...]

    2. I received an ARC from the publisher via work, with no obligation to leave a personal review.I didn't really know what to expect from this novel, but I was pleasantly surprised. I would categorize it as the younger end of middle grade--almost looks like a chapter book, but it's definitely longer and more fully developed.I found Emma easy to root for and sympathize with. She gets her wish of moving in with her best friend-cousins, but it turns out to be harder than she thinks. The different confl [...]

    3. Emma Moves In will be the first book in the new middle grade AmericanGirl series. Emma is very close with her family and usually just gets to visit her cousins Zoe and Natalia, but unexpectedly gets told some news by her Mom and Aunt that would allow her to get to spend all her time with her cousins, her best friends. Emma goes through typical new girl issues, and I found the way that Emma approaches and handles those issues was a way that students need exposure to. Especially in regards to maki [...]

    4. Thank you to Edelweiss Plus and for providing me with an Advanced Reader's Copy of this new series from American Girl.I have enjoyed American Girl books since I was a little girl in 1994, so when I found out they were coming out with a new series, I just had to ask for a copy. And am I glad I did.Emma was my favorite character in the series. I could relate to her (I also don't live near my family). I loved the setting where it took place, the plot, and everything about the book. Can't point out [...]

    5. 188 pages. This is from the American Girl series. This is a story about girl cousins who just graduated from 5th grade. Emma flies with her family from Seattle, WA to Chesapeake Bay to visit with her cousin's family. They all have lots of fun plans in mind. After reading 2 chapters/29 pages. it was really good. This is a well-written family story with realistic situations and discussions. I would buy for my school library. I think girls would like it. Reading level is 5th and up.

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