Amanda is reliving her 11th birthday over and over again - even the fight with her best friend, Leo. How can she fix everything and put the day behind her? Only time, friendship, and luck will tell.
"Emboldened by the idea of daily do-overs, [Amanda] discovers that small changes in her attitude and actions result in sometimes-subtle, sometimes-monumental shifts in results for herself, her family, and her friends. A rewarding choice for readers and a natural for booktalks and discussion groups." (Booklist)
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In the words of a 9 yr old
My name is Jackson, and I read this book for Battle of the books. I am 9. I thought it was going to be a girly book, but it wasn't. It was really good. I liked the person who read it. They had great voices and made it sound real. I liked the way the book left you wondering what would happen next. You were rooting for the two main characters the whole time. you wanted them to succeed. You'd think it would be boring to repeat a day, but this book was not boring. It had us all hooked.
I liked the twist. You'll have to read it to see what I mean. No spoliers from me.
The old lady with the duck shaped birthmark!
It builds up and resets so much. I didn't cry, but I yelled out frustrated every time the day repeated.
You should read it! You wont be disappointed.
- Heather Baker- and kids
Two kids experience the same day 11 times in a row, until they figure out how to
get their lives back to normal.
The way Wendy Mass writes makes it great fun for kids.
Expressions, and voices, and the right pace.