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Jump into Book 2 of this magical middle grade adventure series with Sticker Girl Martina Rivera!

A Chipmunk Ballerina. A Treasure Chest Full of Jewels. A Zombie DJ. These are just a few of the many stickers ready to be peeled off Martina Rivera's new sticker sheet and come to life in Book 2 of the Sticker Girl series, Sticker Girl Rules the School. With a newfound confidenc
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Hardcover, 192 pages
Published October 10th 2017 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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Holly
Sep 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
Sticker Girl Rules The School is the 2nd book in the Sticker Girl series! This might have been a short read for myself but I found myself really enjoying the story of stickers coming to life! It's books like this one that made me wish that I had growing up. This has everything that a kid wants to read about, it has your typical adventure with problems along the way and who doesn't like the idea of stickers coming to life to either help with your problem or to cause problems!

Even though this is t
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Susan
Oct 30, 2017 rated it liked it
Thanks to the @kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book - all opinions are my own.

Martina collects stickers and she’s discovered that when she peels them off they sometimes come alive! This is the second book in the Sticker Girl series, which is one that is sure to become a favorite of sticker loving girls. We learn that in the first book she and her best friend rode a Pegasus that jumped off the sheet. Now her sidekick, Craig who is a talking cupcake sticker is back and encourag
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Akoss
Oct 11, 2017 rated it liked it
*I received an ARC of this from the Kidlitexchange network in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.*

Martina finds her shy self thrown into the world of holding rallies and giving speeches when she accidentally volunteered to run for class president. As expected, circumstances in her life took a turn for the worst before straightening up.
I enjoyed the underlying theme of friendship, jealousy, believing in yourself and being brave.
While I enjoyed the story overall, some parts fel
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Kimberly
Thank you @kidlitexchange for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review. All opinions are my own.

Meet Martina Rivera, also known as Sticker Girl. Martina has a pretty cool secret. Stickers magically come to life when she peels them off their sheet. She just has to decide when to use them to her advantage. The images on this sticker sheet include: a treasure chest, a palette of paint, a cell phone, a girl soccer player, a zombie DJ, a chipmunk ballerina, a pizza, a honeybee with a
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Ms. Yingling
Oct 23, 2017 rated it liked it
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Martina Rivera finds another sheet of stickers in her brother's things, and appropriate's them. She decides to activate the sticker of her friend, the cupcake, Craig, first. From there, she portions out the different stickers, from a cell phone (which ends up being lame) to the soccer playing Elaine who sticks around for quite a while. Various stickers help her with posters for the class election and the school dance. No major catastrophes occur, and the stickers don't have mu
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Tracy
Jan 23, 2018 rated it liked it
I received an ARC of this book from the Kid Lit Exchange in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Sticker Girl Rules the school is about Martina Rivera, a girl with a very special secret. She can make stickers come to life. This means some of her best friends are a cupcake named Craig and a dancing chipmunk wearing a tutu. Each time her stickers come to life, the bring a little bit of trouble with them, and Martina must figure out how to pull things back together.

I liked that de
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Shan Salter
May 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Thanks to the @kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

Sticker Girl is a chapter book series about Martina, a Hispanic girl who finds a magical sticker sheet. When peeled off, the stickers come to life – which may or may not be a good thing depending on who or what the sticker is, the sticker’s personality, and the situation.

In this book in the series, we see Martina campaign for a place on the
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Barbara
In this second title in the Sticker Girl series, Martina Rivera continues to have fun with her magical sticker sheet. Her best sticker friend, Craig, a cupcake is back, but there are other new stickers to peel from the sheet to see what happens. In this installment, the shy girl finds herself running for class president with a little help from her sticker friends, including a zombie DJ, and her human friend, Bev, who runs her campaign. But when Bev seems to be spending more time with Eileen, a s ...more
Barbara Senteney
Aug 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A delightful story of friendship, Martina ( Sticker Girl ) and Bev are best friends, they share tons of fun and adventure sharing enchanted stickers tat come to life when peeled off the page.Martina has a dog named Lily, and Cupcake Boy a sticker friend ( named Craig ) is afraid Lily or Martina's little brother might eat him for a snack. He is also afraid of Zombie Boy another sticker friend of Martina's.
Martina wonders if Bev is truly her best friend or if she just hangs around for rides on Pe
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Judith Follo
Sep 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Very good boook!! Love how the stickers come to life and help Martina Rivera come out of her shell more. This is delightful for any girl child with a reading skill of second or third grade. While it does have some big words the Author did make it easy i feel for children with those reading levels to read the book. This would also be a great book to read as a bedtime story to a smaller child!

While it had some wacky things in it, The author made sure to address a few issues children tend to have.
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Teresa Edmunds
Mar 08, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: early-chapter
Martina's adventures continue when she starts to use her second sheet of magic stickers. Some of them are a bit lame, but some are very useful. Especially useful when Martina decides to run for student council. During her campaign Martina starts to doubt her friendship with Bev and wonders if Bev only pretends to be her friend so that she can try the stickers. The story does address some real difficult emotions like jealousy and self-doubt, but mostly it is just a fun, quick read. Nice follow up ...more
Laura
Thanks to the Kid Lit Exchange network for the review copy of this book - all opinions are my own.
This is the second book in a series about Martina, a shy girl who has magical stickers that come to life and help her solve problems in fun and creative ways! Themes of friendship and family along with a good dose of suspense and humor make this a great choice for middle grade chapter book collections.
Mike Koellhoffer
Sep 01, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: won, childrens
In "Sticker Girl Rules the School" by Janet Tashjian, Martina Rivera has a sheet of stickers that come to life when she pulls them off the sheet. This reads like a second book in a series, but I see no other sticker girl book listed by the author. The book has some cute illustrations in it. It was a cute book
that should really appeal to girls in the 8-10 year old range.
Lyn
Nov 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Really cute, and a great idea for a book! The stickers make it more interesting for a kid, and as Sticker Girl said, each one has something to teach you!
Note: I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways.
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Esperanza
Our homeschool really enjoyed this book. We look forward to getting more books from this author in the near future. The author has an awesome writing style and for those of you that purchase the print book you get a free sticker sheet which is so cool! I chose this book because I loved stickers and had a huge collection as a child. So this worked perfect for mommy!
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I was always collecting stickers growing up and was terrified of using them for fear of wasting them. Parental Figures did not understand and argued having them and not using them was a waste of money.

I am the proud mom of a 10 year and I still do not understand that logic. :D Of co
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Janet Tashjian is a middle-grade and young adult novelist who’s been writing books for children for fifteen years. Her first novel Tru Confessions was made into a critically acclaimed Disney TV movie starring Clara Bryant and Shia LaBeouf. The Gospel According to Larry is a cult favorite and Fault Line is taught in many middle and high schools. Her novels My Life As a Book, My Life As a Stuntboy, ...more