Sunday, December 25, 2011

The Pink Locker Society: Girls in Charge by Debra Moffitt

The PLS (Pink Locker Society) is a group of middle-school girls who run a website, where girls at their school can get their questions answered. The PLS gets the most questions about PBBB s (periods, bras, boys, and bullies). When the PLS gets in trouble with the school principal, they re not sure if they can save the business. But when the PLS gets an invitation to the Tomorrow s Leaders Today conference, they are on a mission to convince the principal just how much their advice helps girls. Despite their effort, Principal Finklestein tells the girls that they may not go on the eighth-grade class field trip&to New York City! Jemma, Kate, and Piper really don t want to miss out on the trip, which would have also allowed them to go to the Tomorrow s Leaders Today conference. Read the book to see how it will end.
Overall, I did like the book. The author did a great job with the writing, and although the book was pretty predictable, she did a great job building in humor. My advice to you is that if you re the kind of person for which a predictable book will ruin the experience, this may not be the perfect book for you. However, I don t like totally happy endings, and while I did predict that this was just going to be one of those books with an annoyingly happy ending, it actually ended rather bitter-sweetly. I think that this book is really adventurous, and, in conclusion, I would recommend it (if you' re a preteen girl).

Reviewer Age:10
Reviewer City, State and Country: Evanston, IL USA