My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Rhonda's Bucket List:
1. Write my first-ever blog post for the Kidliterati
2. Gush about a book I love
3. Share (embarrassing) pictures of myself
|The last day of eighth grade with my BFF.|
Check out my super cool shoulder pads and vest.
Ella and Skyler are amazing friends, but they are slowly drifting apart. Hoping to save their friendship, Ella creates The BFF Bucket List. Skyler loves the idea and the girls set out on their super awesome summer adventure. It doesn't take long for new friends and the possibility of being separated in ninth grade to add obstacle-course-level challenges to an already rocky road for the besties.
|Flash forward twenty-six years.|
I highly recommend The BFF Bucket List to middle-grade readers and anyone who is young at heart. As a teacher, I'm excited to use this book as a discussion tool with my students. It's a great way to explore evolving relationships and to help children understand a friend's point-of-view. Plus, you can create your own bucket list on Dee's website. I made one with my family at the beginning of the summer and we are having a blast checking items off of our list!
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