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Portia's Exclusive and Confidential Rules on True Friendship

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Psychoanalytic girl detective Portia Avatar is back on the case! New girl Misty Longfellow, amateur animal rescuer, requests Portia’s help getting to the bottom of why a recently rescued bunny seems so blue. While working with Misty to solve the case of the depressed bunny, Portia unexpectedly gains a new friend and faces drama with her old ones. Portia’s ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 5th 2009 by Aladdin (first published 2009)
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Once again Portia is on the case. There's a new girl at the middle school. Her name is Misty, and she's determined to make Portia her new best friend, in addition to getting Portia's help with a serious problem.

Portia is excited to have a new detective case and dives right in helping her new friend. The case involves a rabbit named Maxwell. He's one of the stray animals Misty has an uncanny knack for finding and bringing home. Altho
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Portia befriends the new girl in town, but doesn't want to lose her best friend in the process. Throw in a mystery concerning some stray animals the new girl adopts and the story is complete. I enjoyed the description of Portia's developing romance with the class nerd (so sweet). I wish the tension between the friends wasn't resolved so effortlessly. It didn't seem as true to life as it could have been.
Whew! I guess this is the new kind of serial written for girls - very much about fashion, friendship, and kind-of, sort-of "psychological sleuthing?" Very cutesy but will work for reluctant reader girls. Don't even bother to give this to boys. Can't imagine any of them would have any interest in it at all. Adults - if your child likes this kind of thing, the back pages have several other series of the same ilk.
Loved book one, loved book 2!! Wonderful story, and the characters are so great!
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