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Girl vs Superstar is the first book in the yours truly, Lucy B Parker series by Robin Palmer.Lucy B Parker is a sixth grader that gets dumped by her two best friends before school starts because she s a tomboy and doesn t like doing girly things She wants to get her period and even has a notebook where she documents when the girls in the grades get their periods Lucy often e mails Dr Maude, a psychologist she watches, about her problems that she faces.Her parents are divorced, but they are both seeing someone She learns that he mom is dating Alan Moses, father of superstar, Laurel Moses Lucy can t stand Laurel because of several incidents that lead to embarrassment for Lucy that is caused by Laurel at least that s what Lucy thinks Will Lucy ever get her period Will she become friends again with the two that dumped her Is there to Laurel than Lucy believes I liked this book, but I did find myself getting frustrated with Lucy There s a girl, Marissa that she hangs out with that she describes as annoying and wants to be her BFF I felt really sorry for Marissa I liked that every chapter started off with an e mail from Lucy to Dr Maude I thought there were some really funny parts to the book, especially Lucy s obsession with pantiliners.
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Superstar ↙ Sixth Grade Is Hard Enough For Lucy B Parker, But It Gets So Much Worse When Her Mom Announces That She S Going To Marry Laurel Moses S Dad Yes, That Laurel Moses The TV Movie Music Star Who Makes Hannah Montana Look Like Some Random Kid From The Sticks Suddenly, Lucy S Life Is Turned Upside Down And Sideways All Lucy Wants To Do Is Get Through The Day Without Totally Embarrassing Herself Too Much, But That S Hard To Do When You Re The Less Pretty, Less Talented Not Quite Sister Of A Mega Superstar Lucy B Parker has style and pizazz What she doesn t have is a BFF Marissa thinks they are BFF s, but Lucy says they are anything but Marissa is annoying but it s better than having no friends at all She used to be friends with Rachel and Missy, but they friend dumped her Something else making her life difficult is that she has not gotten her period yet She s very well prepared but nothing yet.Then her mother bombshells her and tells her that she s been dating the father of the most popular teen star on tv OMG This can t be happening Laurel Moses is the girl from the Hat Incident It s a long story When Lucy meets Laurel and is formally introduced, neither girl is very impressed by the other.As the relationship between Laurel s dad and Lucy s Mom continues, Lucy wonders what will happen if it leads to marriage To have Laurel Moses as a stepsister Ugh I can see how this series appeals to tween girls However, it is poorly written and sets a bad example the way Lucy treats Marissa and talks about her is rude and mean I found myself waiting for Lucy to realize that her behavior towards and discussion of Marissa was just awful, but it never came. I read this book for work, and I never would have read it otherwise The premise of regular girl s mom marries child star s dad is just too far fetched for my taste But I m glad work dropped this into my lap, because it really was a delightful read.Lucy B s voice is right on for adolescent angst, and the humor she uses to frame her experiences had me laughing out loud on several occasions The development of her relationship with her famous stepsister to be is beautifully executed, with a nice bit of commentary about looking beyond appearances assumptions and the pressures faced by young stars who are still, despite their fame, teenagers dealing with the same teenager issues as others Although the end segment of the book felt a little off kilter, the pacing and plot development was sound overall And the book s warmth and fun allowed me to completely overlook my initial reservations about it I may even hunt down the sequel Yours Truly, Lucy B Parker Girl vs Superstar by Robin Palmer New York G.P Putnam s Sons, 2010 Book ReviewMarch 10, 2011 This cute book highlights the life of Lucy Parker, a young middle school girl whose mother tutors Laurel Moses THE Laurel Moses, Lucy writes in first person Laurel Moses is the book s equivalent of American teen sensation Miley Cyrus When Lucy s mom falls in love with Laurel s dad, Lucy must learn to deal with being the soon to be stepsister of the most well known teen in the world Lucy must also deal with all of the tragedies and triumphs of middle school Who knows Maybe a famous stepsister might be help after all Content PG 13 Brenda Anderson, Library Media Specialist, Eastmont Middle School I got this ARC and liked the cover, so I thought I d read the first chapter or two I got totally sucked in The main character is very angsty, as you would expect, and she often misinterprets situations which are, okay, also a wee bit contrived , as one would also expect What sets this apart for me is that it didn t turn out to be utterly predictable in other ways Lucy may misinterpret things in the moment they re happening, but she is also a keen observer who is ready to revise her opinions and impressions as she cools down and sees things clearly I ll take of THAT in my fiction and real life, thanks Lucy is also a very believable mix of girly not girly Promising, I say. I think that the author really used the right language in this book She wrote it as first person, of course, as Lucy and she wrote it in a way teenagers would have acted All the things robin wrote down were really dramatic Usually, teenagers like to exaggerate the situation so it sounds exciting She also includes the reader in the book by using this informal language The basic storyline about her mum and a superstar s dad getting married is kind of unrealistic, but it was interesting to feel the feelings of the main character, Lucy Also, to see how hard it was for her to cope, with everything. I loved this book Lucy B Parker is a funny, relatable character who is always emailing Dr Maude a Dr Phil ish celebrity about her problems She s awkward and is always getting into embarrassing situations It gets worse when her mom starts dating the father of Laurel Moses, one of the most famous teens in America Laurel seems pretty perfect and Lucy feels like she can t compare Despite a rough start Lucy and Laurel end up becoming close friends I d recommend this book for girls in 5th and 6th grade Review by Lauren I loved this book Lucy B Parker is a funny, relatable character who is always emailing Dr Maude a Dr Phil ish celebrity about her problems She s awkward and is always getting into embarrassing situations It gets worse when her mom starts dating the father of Laurel Moses, one of the most famous teens in America Laurel seems pretty perfect and Lucy feels like she can t compare Despite a rough start Lucy and Laurel end up becoming close friends I d recommend this book for girls in 5th and 6th grade. It was a really great book I really like Lucy B Parker She always writes emails to Dr Maude She is going to become stepsisters with Laurel Moses, a superstar She has a lot going on in her life She has to move to New York, her mom is getting married to Alan Moses Laurel s dad , her dad s girlfriend, Sarah, is expecting a baby, her best friends friend dumped her She went through a lot, but she pushed through it all and made it past that It was a really good book.