Review of Confessions Of A So-called Middle Child on Collectors’ Corner

Confessions Of A So-called Middle Child is a fun romp through the life of a young girl transitioning into a woman.  It’s about friendship, discovering meaning in life and the chance to start over.  I recommend the book to any pre-teen (middle child or not) to read and I guarantee they will see a little bit of themselves in both Charlie and Marta. For the full review, click...

Confessions of a So-Called Middle Child Review on My Precious

Excerpt: “I think this book would resonate best with middle grade girls, especially those who are a middle children. These readers will be able to not only appreciate, but also empathize with Charlie more than any other group of readers.  Fans of contemporary middle grade reads, especially those with mean girls or snarky narrators will find a lot to like about this book.  Lastly, readers who have an interest in gymnastics or Harry Houdini should give this one a try, too.” For the full review, click here:...

Confessions of a So-Called Middle Child – A Book Review by Successful Teaching

Excerpt: “This would be a great book to use in the classroom as a class novel or as an individual read for a book report. There are many topics that would lead to interesting discussions such as: peer relationships, sibling relationships, jealousy, character development, expulsion from school, fitting in, making new friends, honesty, sticking up for what is right, tolerance, bullying, and trust.” For the full review, click here:...