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Star Sisterz: Nova Rocks! Book Review

Star Sisterz: Nova Rocks! Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Does Nova have the courage to do her own thing? Or is she doomed to a summer of misery? Find out!

Author: Tea Emesse

Nova's life is a nightmare! Her mom's pushing her into ballet when all she wants to do is play guitar. Her sister is a genius who got the non-frizzy hair in the family, and the cute guy at the library thinks she's "little sister" cute. Can she find the courage to do her own thing or is she doomed to a miserable summer?

Be True to You!

Nova Rocks is all about Nova finding the courage to stand up for herself before she gets stuck doing what everyone else wants her to do and has no fun at all. Her friends can't save her, but a mystery dare to do something outrageous, just like the ones in the Star Sisterz game, might save her summer and unlock her inner rock star!

The Bottom Line

Nova Rocks is a quick read that's all about how standing up for yourself is da bomb. It's the first book in the Star Sisterz series - a bunch of stories about girls who get mysterious charm bracelets when they do secret dares that encourage them to be brave and do their own thing. It gets a bit weak at the end, like it needs a few more pages or something, but it's still a fun read.

Star Sisterz: Nova Rocks Rating: 3

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