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Star Sisterz: Carmen Dives In Book Review

Star Sisterz: Carmen Dives In Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Get the scoop on the second Star Sisterz book, Carmen Dives In, with our review!

Author: Linda Johns

Carmen's got problems. Her step-sister is a super-cool cheerleader, her step-mom is, well, not her real mom and her step-brother is the same age as her! What's an ordinary 14 year-old with a passion for swimming and a fear of diving gonna do? Rant about it in her secret blog of course! That is until a secret computer message tells her to make up a wacky cheerleader chant.

Diving into Fun with Carmen Dives In

The best part about this Star Sisterz story is that, well, Carmen kicks butt. She's smart, funny, an awesome writer, and even has a secret identity, like Superman but without the whole fighting-crime thing. She does have a few problems though, like her fear of diving and that she's made up her mind that her step-family sucks. All she needs is to give things a try and she'll be fine and that's when the secret computer message shows up with a crazy idea on how to do it!

Nose-Dive Time!

The biggest problem with Star Sisterz: Carmen Dives In is that Carmen's too cool. She's smart, athletic and has hair that's to die for. She even has an internet secret identity complete with fans! So, what's her problem?


Star Sisters: Carmen Dives Rating: 4


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