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Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary Book Review

Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on May 18, 2007
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews The Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary, the second book in the Pauline, btw series by Edeet Ravel. Read the review here!

Author: Edeet Ravel

The Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary is the second book in the Pauline, btw series by Edeet Ravel. Find out what Pauline is up to this time!

Teen Author Extraordinaire

We last left Pauline as she was dealing with her parent's divorce, trying to figure out if she liked Yoshi as more than a friend, and writing her first novel. Well, she's still adjusting to the divorce and writing about her life, but now, she's dating Yoshi! Pauline thinks he's great - except for one or two flaws, but who's counting? - but that's not a big deal when there are bigger things to worry about, like the fact that her best friend, Genevieve, is moving away and totally abandoning her right before eighth grade!

Drama Queen

Luckily, Pauline enters eighth grade without a hitch and for once, life seems drama-free - until she meets Ryan, the new guy at school. He's sensitive, artistic and seems to have qualities that Yoshi is lacking. When she finds herself falling for Ryan, she's torn between him and Yoshi... what's a girl to do?


The Bottom Line

The Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary is a fast and easy read. She's a bit odd and her parents are totally weird, but that's what makes this book so fun! You don't have to read the first book, The Thrilling Life of Pauline de Lammermoor, before checking out this one cuz Pauline fills you in on everything (and when we say everything, we mean everything!) that's going down in her life. But, it's a good idea to read all the books in the series.



The Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary Rating:4


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