Having read 11 Birthdays and, finally, No, the bath and body works discount code free shipping title is NOT 12, Finally.
If you read them, 13 Gifts will be much more enjoyable.
With a big dose of birthday magic, 13 Gifts will make readers laugh, think, and possibly even hum a show tune or two.Tara thinks it's a good time to start over; she'll be turning 13 after all, so she might as well make the best of it and perhaps even attempt to break out of her shell (in a non-criminal manner).What if she stole a duplicate and sold it to the owner of the antiques store downtown?What Tara doesn't know is that this charmed town has something big in store for her on her 13th birthday.The story had plenty of threads, or different story lines throughout, but Wendy Mass did a terrific job connecting them all in the end, without confusing the reader.
But then again, nothing is Willow Falls is exactly typical!
Yes, she gets caught.
As punishment for her misdeed, Taras parents send her to the sleepy little town of Willow Falls to stay with relatives she hardly knows, including her eleven-year-old cousin Emily, who, the last time they were together, ate an entire stick of glue.
It wasnt my favorite out of the three, but it was a solid continuation to the series.
To tell you the truth, after reading 13 Gifts, I want to revisit Amandas, Leos and Rorys adventures again!
All of which made me laugh.
In order to get in with the cool kids, she helps mastermind and pull off a stunt in which she kidnaps a goat from the principal of her middle school.Yay pros: Strong characters, and a plot that makes the reader think.New Main Nav, young Adult contemporary Young Adult, after Tara tries to steal her principals stuffed goat as a prank, she is sent to Willow Falls, a town she hardly knew existed, instead of going to Madagascar with the rest of her family.Its a nice move.Reviewed by: Sonia Wiecek, members receive ALL the content they love and expect.Her uncle, the inventor of the No Sand Beach Towel, has dozens of comics in mint-condition.Willow Falls is where her mother was born.Due to another huge lapse in judgment, Tara finds herself beholden to perhaps the strangest person of all: Angelina DAngelo.Her prank lands her in a tiny town called Willow Falls, where she has to hang out with an eccentric group of relatives whom she barely knows.Like losing-her- immortal-soul kind of bad.
Even though the kids in town are strange and the task before Tara is mystical, there is a lot for children (and parents) to applaud and celebrate in this story about acceptance and love.
My Thoughts: This has been on my To-Read list for a while, but I havent gotten to sit down and actually read it until now.