• Title: My Girl 2
  • Author: Patricia Hermes
  • ISBN: 9780590558105
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • My Girl When you re an undertaker s daughter life s not exactly normal to begin with Vada Sultenfuss is being kicked out of her room because her stepmother Shelly is about to have a baby Her friend Judy s
    When you re an undertaker s daughter, life s not exactly normal to begin with Vada Sultenfuss is being kicked out of her room because her stepmother, Shelly, is about to have a baby Her friend Judy s in love with a jerk And even though Vada s best friend Thomas J died two years ago, she still misses him But it s not just the outside world that s changing Suddenly, VadWhen you re an undertaker s daughter, life s not exactly normal to begin with Vada Sultenfuss is being kicked out of her room because her stepmother, Shelly, is about to have a baby Her friend Judy s in love with a jerk And even though Vada s best friend Thomas J died two years ago, she still misses him But it s not just the outside world that s changing Suddenly, Vada s beginning to wonder whether she d rather write a really good poem or get a really good kiss Then Vada gets the chance to visit her Uncle Phil in Los Angeles and maybe find out about her mother, who died when Vada was born Her only guide to the sprawling city is a boy with an attitude problem Nick, her Uncle Phil s almost stepson who acts like it s pure torture to show her around L.A But in this strange land of sun and palms, Vada will make some amazing discoveries.

    One Reply to “My Girl 2”

    1. It was a good book! I want there to be a third one of how the baby is and about Vada and how her life has changed, if it changed at all.

    2. my girl 2 was a very good long story just about moving physically and mentally. i really miss the first book but this one is great to.

    3. This is a heart touching book about growing up. I recommend this book to all ages, but especially teenagers. Life is hard and this book lets young readers know they are not alone in that fight to grow up despite what life hands you.

    4. I remember I bought this book at our school's book fair when I was in 8th grade. I spent my teenage years adoring the My Girl movies and wanting to be like Vada. It's been over ten years since I last read this book. It's just okay. It follows the movie pretty well, with a few extra scenes and a little more insight into Vada's motivations and actions, although sometimes she does and says things that make little sense (the same is true in the movie.) As an adult, I think the book and the film both [...]

    5. Anna had a writing assignment. She wanted to write about her mom so she went to stay in California with her uncle his girlfriend and his girlfriend son. When she got back home she was greeted by her baby brother her dad and her step mom. Loved the book and the movie. I highly recommend reading the first book and watching the movie as well.

    6. Another read for the book/movie combo project my sister and I are working on. This one is more believable as a movie, with the young girl going to LA alone in search of her mother's memory.

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