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Forever Four (Forever Four #1)

4.15 of 5 stars 4.15  ·  rating details  ·  75 ratings  ·  13 reviews
4 girls creating 1 voice . . . will anyone be heard?

Paulina, Miko, Tally, and Ivy are four extraordinarily different seventh-graders. Paulina is 100% Type A. Miko is a fashionista. Tally is a theater queen. And Ivy - well, Ivy's the new girl at school. The four girls get tossed together to create a school magazine - by girls, for girls - in a competition to get funding f
Paperback, 224 pages
Published January 19th 2012 by Grosset & Dunlap
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Très bon roman jeunesse qui me donne envie de découvrir la suite. Par contre les couvertures, franchement, je les trouve atroces.
Kendall Sherman
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Ms. Yingling
Paulina wants to create a school magazine for a contest that will award one student group money for a club or project, but three other girls have the same idea, so she will be forced to work with them. The new girl, Ivy, seems sort of cool and knows about magazines because her mother was the editor of one. Tally is rather talkative and a drama queen, but also okay to work with. Miko, on the other hand, is a PQuit (Prom Queen In Training) and condescends to work with Paulina only because she hate ...more
Kristine Pratt
Honestly I would call this a 4.5, but since the option isn't available, I'll bump it up to a 5 star.

I liked the premise for this book. Four girls forced to work together to create a school magazine have to learn how to get along and also along the way discover their own strengths and unique talents. I like how the characters grew and developed over the course of the book with my only complaint being there is way too much left up in the air at the end. Obviously the book is intended for a series,
Crystal Holder
I really loved the central idea of this book. Four different girls, Miko, Tally, Ivy and Paulina, thrown together to write a magazine for the girls of their school as part of a contest to win funding to start up an official school group for the magazine. The girls want the magazine to be written by girls for girls. Through the process of writing this magazine the girls learn that people are more then what they first appear to be and begin to question their original assumptions about the other me ...more
Juliann Lee
The title is called Forever Four by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel.
The main characters are Paulina,Tally,Miko and Ivy. They are extraordinary seventh grade girls. Paulina is a brain. Tally is a drama queen. Miko is a popular girl. Ivy is a new girl from New York City. The girls are grouped together to create a magazine for girls at their school.
I love the book and the whole entire series.

By: Juliann
Siyoung Yoo
It was an interesting book. My favorite character was Paulina, a straight A student, smart, intelligent, but just one flaw - can't do teamwork. This book is very fun to read. Still, the book seemed to be missing something that I love to see in books. That something...I still can't figure out what that is. It's still a fun book, but with that something, it would have been the most amazing! So I decide, 'let's give it a 4'.
awewsome book really u should read it-candylover51

theres is alot of drama in this. one of the girls is popular another is about movies and an actress and another one is the brain and another one is normal. well im the normal( i think)-candylover51
This book was pretty good. I was quite doubtful about it at first, because, ya know, it looks like another one of those stupid girly girl friend books. But, it was different. All I can say is, read it!
Dani Pritikin
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Kelly Wien
This book is so good I really recommend this book!!!
*:.。. o()o .。.:*
I really thought this was a great book for girls ages 9-12
Cory Rosbia
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