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Sweet And Sunny (Sunny Holiday #2)

3.8  ·  Rating Details ·  35 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
The second book in a fantastic new series about a poor girl with a rich outlook on life.

Sunny Holiday starts off her new year as Junior Deputy Mayor of Riverton, New York. Her mission? To help create a Kid's Day and turn it into a national holiday. Kids should have a holiday, just for them! So Sunny takes it upon herself to make this new holiday shine, getting her friends
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by Scholastic, Inc. (first published 2010)
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Aug 14, 2012 Brett rated it really liked it
The thing I love most about this very sweet & charming series is that it shines through with love. Protagonist Sunny Holiday faces everything in the world, even the hard stuff, with a certain dignity & belief that all will work out, & one gets the feeling she is able to be this way, & to touch other peoples' lives with her cheerfulness, because of the strong & absolute presence of love in her life: from her hardworking mother, her currently absent father, her best friend, her ...more
Not as good as the first book. Also, I thought the bit about the teacher being put on "disciplinary leave" for telling her kids they were some of the smartest kids in the state was ridiculous. Some things were really oversimplified. Still, you can't help but like Sunny's optimism and her unique ideas.
Katie Fitzgerald
Sweet and Sunny is Coleen Murtagh Paratore's follow-up to 2009's Sunny Holiday. Following on the heels of the events of the first story, Sunny is now in the throes of making Kid's Day come to life, while also missing her imprisoned father, and her beloved teacher, Mrs. Lullaby, who has been suspended. The new substitute teacher stifles Sunny's creativity, and worse, she suspends her when she hits a girl for referring to her home as the ghetto. At home, things are equally as bad, because her moth ...more
Melissa 11-12
Feb 07, 2012 Melissa 11-12 rated it it was amazing
The reason i liked this book was because it teaches you how to stand up for your self .

The second reason was because she never gave up even though the rich girls made fun of her and bullied her.

The second reason i had detals and i could really understand the the charaters.
Tyra Mays
i think tat this book was really good because she had found ot he daddy was in jail
Aug 14, 2010 Jackie rated it it was amazing
Not as good as the first one but still great
Julia Oliveira
Jan 11, 2012 Julia Oliveira rated it it was amazing
Very good book
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I majored in English at The College of Saint Rose, in Albany, and after two internships in advertising and public relations, decided to enter the communications field, which is a place where writers can write and make a living too. I got married three months after graduation (my husband Tony and I will be celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary next August ), and we moved to Connecticut. I worked ...more
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