Friday, March 11, 2011

Bookish Review: Ten Miles Past Normal

Ten Miles Past Normal is a fun read for tweens about a girl who (somewhat accidentally) convinces her family to move to a farm and then comes to regret her own persuasiveness as she starts high school and is quickly labelled "Farm Girl." It's a book about trying to fit in or stand out, dealing with friends (old and new), and discovering who you are and how to be comfortable in your own skin. It's a quick and enjoyable read, clean, with no overwhelming romance--a good one for young girls.

Disclaimer: I received an advance electronic copy of this book from the publisher for the purposes of review. Free access to the book did not affect my opinion. For more information on Simon & Schuster's eGalley program, please visit

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