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Oopsy Daisy (Flower Power #3)

4.1  ·  Rating Details ·  466 Ratings  ·  24 Reviews
Life for the Flower Power girls is never boring. Milla, still madly in crush with sweet Max, wonders if it’s time—dun dun dun!—for the two of them to actually HOLD HANDS. Eeek! Katie-Rose, on the other hand, can’t help but wonder when—or if—she will ever be crush-worthy, especially since the only boy to pay her any attention is pesky, annoying Preston, whose favorite pasti ...more
Hardcover, 337 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by Harry N. Abrams
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Sophie Riggsby / allthingsequilateral
*Review posted on Mundie Kids on 1/8/2013*
Here's what MundieTween said, "You know how these books are fiction but they can relate to girls everywhere?" I answered, yes and she just sighed. To say that my daughter loves this series is to underestimate the amount of passion she has for it.

According to my daughter, this story deals with the "ups and down of fifth grade" and most of all those moments of puppy love. You remember them, don't you? Those first crushes before things become too dramatic
Jan 31, 2012 Doret rated it it was amazing
Milla, Yasaman, Violet and Katie-Rose are in the fifth grade and are best friends. This the third book in this series and they just keep getting better. The four friends have very distinct personalities and each is given a chance to shine. Much of the stories beauty lies in the authenticity of the girls voices. I really appreciate the natural ease in which diversity is embraced amongst the four friends. It doesn't feel forced nor does Myracle shy away for it. The author is also doing an excellen ...more
May 18, 2017 Ellie rated it it was amazing
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BookChic Club
Jul 20, 2011 BookChic Club rated it really liked it
The third book in the Flower Power series is just as awesome as the first two. I simply flew through this book and had problems putting it down. Myracle's prose is fun and easy to read, and I love reading from each girl's different perspective. There's a lot of emphasis on boys and romance in this book, but there's some great chapters from Violet's point of view that deal with her emotions regarding her mom being back home from the psychiatric hospital. Those sections were really poignant to rea ...more
Aug 28, 2012 Olivia rated it it was amazing
I Loved the book oopsy daisy it was the third book in the flower power book series. It was about four girls ( yasaman, violet, Camilla, and Katie-rose) who are going into fifth grade. They have to thing they are trying todo in this book, 1. Try to get two teachers together ( the project of teacherly love ) and 2. Trying to get a really nice girl to stop being friends with 2 other really mean girls. In the end the project of teacherly love succeeds but their other project dose not.

I really liked
Sep 26, 2015 lemony_ly rated it liked it
First, this book should be read at the right age. Second, when read at the ideal age it is incredibly good. Third, despite the bad cover, name, and series name, these books are very well written. In my opinion the Flower Power series should be read from first grade to third grade for it to reach it's full potential. I read Luv Ya Bunches in second grade, and was surprised to find that even though I'm too old for this now, I still got some entertainment out of it. The characters like always cheer ...more
Jul 09, 2013 Samantha rated it it was amazing
Katie - Rose, Yasman, Camilla, and Violet are flower friends forever, or FFFs. they have to use their foes Modessa and Quin. but recently modessa has found a new victim: the sweet town girl, Elena. Elena , Modessa, and Quin all got matching shirts that read Evil Chick 1, 2, 3(Modessa is 1, quin is 2, and Elena is 3) Milla wants to save Elena from the evil chicks clutches. Katie rose relizes that thier might be a boy that is not a vile as she thinks. Violet is very glad that her mom is back from ...more
Apr 24, 2012 Shazzer rated it liked it
This is completely the kind of book I would have been reading in the fifth grade. It's full of grade-school drama-rama, and grade-school humor (ie, fart jokes) and grade-school friends, which at time are you best friends forever (or flower friends forever, as these girls would say). Myracle continues to deliver the goods for middle graders. Keep 'em coming!
Jan 10, 2015 Audrey rated it really liked it
I really liked this book, escpecially the parts about Milla and Max. Milla was probably my favorite of the flower power girls, so I almost wanted to feel happy for her in real life. This book had a good balance of comedy and romance, which are two things I really like.
Jan 27, 2015 Priyanka rated it it was ok
Eh. Some parts of the book could be really good, while the other parts are just boring. I didn't have a strong opinion on this book, even though I read the whole story. Lauren Myracle is a outstanding author, but these series are not every exciting!
Horace Mann Family Reading Challenge
Oopsy Daisy is about girls my age, so I can relate to the characters. Parts of the book are written as the blog they have created, which is really interesting. M.B.
Mar 11, 2012 Cindy rated it it was amazing
this book is amazing!! i loooove the idea of Katie-Rose and Preston!! it makes me giggle c:
Oct 07, 2014 Julianna rated it liked it
it was ok
Jun 26, 2015 LINCCReviews rated it it was amazing
I can describe this book in one word: it's awesometatiousful! (as Katie-Rose would say!)Write more, Lauren Myracle!!!!!!!!!!!! (kittycrazy601)
Sophia Eldridge
Jan 21, 2012 Sophia Eldridge rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
it was so awesome and totally funny.
Julia B.
Nov 24, 2014 Julia B. rated it it was ok
To old for me so I stopped in the middle
Mar 27, 2012 Nat rated it really liked it
I think i may have liked this series more when I was the same age as the characters.
Aug 04, 2012 Akilah rated it it was amazing
Very, very good ! :D
Leslie Barberie Blount
Mar 25, 2016 Leslie Barberie Blount rated it really liked it
Very cute and fun story of growing up and learning to deal with people with different views and personalities.
It was kinda good but EXTREMELY boring considering most of the book was Yasaman talking and she's the most boring one
707 Lucy
Sep 14, 2012 707 Lucy rated it it was amazing
I LOVE this book so so so so so so so so so so so so so so much.
Onix Martinez
Jan 05, 2014 Onix Martinez rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another cute one. I hope my nieces find friendships like this in school. I am looking forward to passing this book along to them. Can't wait to read the next book. Which seems to be the last. :-(
Brenda Kahn
Feb 02, 2012 Brenda Kahn rated it liked it
Third installment still breezy, girl-powery, fifth grade drama-ry fun.
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Lauren Myracle is the author of numerous young adult novels. She was born in 1969 in North Carolina. Lauren Myracle holds an MA in English from Colorado State University and an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College. she has written many novels, including the famous IM books, ttyl, ttfn, and l8r, g8r.

Her first novel, Kissing Kate, was selected as one of ALA's "Best Books
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