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Lucky Charm (Beacon Street Girls #8)

3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  503 ratings  ·  25 reviews
Marty is missing! The Beacon Street Girls begin a desperate search to find their beloved doggie mascot. At the same time, Katani's sister Kelley has become involved with a therapeutic riding program for children with autism, but the riding stable is in danger of closing. When a famous Red Sox player reports that he has found Marty and will pay the BSG $10,000 to keep his l ...more
Paperback, 233 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Beacon Street Girls
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I liked this book enough to earn it 2 stars but only because it was about horses. I found the plot and characters terrible in this particular book from the series. Lucky Charm is basically about Marty missing and money issues. Katani can be so mean-hearted sometimes that it is hard to believe she has friends. Isabel at least has a good cause, her mother's illness. But I am revealing far too much for those of you who still wish to read this horrid novel. Brace yourselves for disappointment.
Aug 31, 2009 Shayla rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People who enjoy books with no plot, theme, or character development
And the award for Worst BSG Book goes to...Lucky Charm!
Jennifer Wardrip
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Everyone in town is excited about the Brookline 300 Festival, and the Beacon Street Girls have made plans to meet up and experience the fun together.

On the day of the event, Charlotte decides to bring Marty, the BSG doggy mascot. Katani, who is unexpectedly forced to watch her autistic sister, Kelley, for the day, decides to bring her, too. Avery takes Marty over to the batting cages, and when Katani and Kelley show up, Marty scrambles out of Aver
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Every once in a while, I get a doughnut at this bakery I live near. It has cinnamon and sugar all over it, and at first bite, it tastes really good. After I'm about halfway through it though, I have to stop because the sugar and cinnamon don't taste that great, since the people pile it on. That is pretty much what I think happened with the Beacon Street Girls.

These girls! They're so...ugh. I get annoyed if I read about them for too long, let's
Emma Xoxo
I liked this book. Not as much as the other Beacon Street Books, but eh. Avery's really annoying and stupid when it comes to the Marty situation in this book... I really think Katani is my favorite character in this book... Well, here's my character analysis for this book. Charlotte: A spiritual writer that really needs a therapist when it comes to losing things in her life. Avery: Stupid, annoying, and stubborn, and I think she really needs to go jump off a cliff or something (but survive you k ...more
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Katherine Greene 248 pages
The Beacon Street Girls beloved dog has gone missing! The girls were at the fairgrounds when Marty slips out of his leash and runs into the woods. the BSG are searching franticly, and end up making a "whares marty" webste and getting a fake adress. Two of them go to this run down, unsafe part of town and find a toy that looks like Marty in a dumpster. Fnally, they get a call from a Hispanic- American who says he has Marty. They meet up with him and it turns out he is a
Sunday, May 5: 45 minutes
Monday, May 6: 45 minutes
Monday, May 13: 30 minutes
Tuesday, May 14: 60 minutes
Sunday, May 19: 50 minutes
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Monday, May 27: 50 minutes
Tuesday, May 28: 45 minutes
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This book is about a girl name Charlott and her mom died. She is very sad but she has her friends to CONSOLE (spelling word) her. Her dad is also very depressed about all this drama in the family. I am only on like page 19 so There is not too much stuk gonin on.
Oh my gosh. This book is soooo good. I started reading it on page like 83 and then I finished it on the same day when it has over 240 pages! Great book! I couldn't put it down!
Pretty good book! Not as interesting a plot as the rest but really good. The next book in the series is about New York City which is where I'm headed in 2 days!!
i thought that this was a relatively weird book in the series, especially when Marty was with that baseball player.
Lauren Elaine
The BSG books are a little slower read for me, simply because they don't interest me as much as other books do.
Keana Bloomfield
I liked this book, but I thought that it could have had a little more drama than it did. I love my drama!
This one really includes Katani's younger sister, Kelley and I really like that. Again, these are AWESOME!!
This book was about the B.S.G and how there little dog Marty got lost but at the end they found him.
Alexis Jones
I didn't really like this book. Lucky Charm is not one of the best books she has written.
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Kelley is really sweet and I can see why Katani likes
I really like all of the BSG books! Great for preteens!
I loved this one because it was about horses! lol
LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Michelle Garcia
Interesting writing about horses
It was super good!!
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The Beacon Street Girls books are inspired by all the preteen girls I've ever known. I wanted to create a world where girls can go to have fun and learn about who they are, while modeling real-life experiences. The first book, Worst Enemies/Best Friends, explores creating and testing friendships, skewed first impressions, and being the new kid at school. In the end, true friendship conquers all. W ...more
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