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Between going out with his celebrity crush and his mom's campaign to be the next town mayor, Danny's got a lot to learn about life in the spotlight.

When Danny Constantino asks his old-friend-turned-Hollywood-movie-star, Natalie Flores Griffin, to his local school dance and homecoming parade, she surprises him . . . by saying yes! Unfortunately, now everyone in Cuper Cove h
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Christie Maliyackel
Another audiobook gem! Such a sweet story for middle grade. Natalie Flores Griffin — I’ve never heard a name repeated so many times in one story... clearly goes to show how devoted (obsessed?) Danny was with his crush. Super cute.
Ms. Yingling
Apr 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Danny lives in a small Cuper Cove, a town that LOVES Halloween, so he and his friend Ajay are planning epic costumes, with the help of Ajay's older sister, Asha. When Danny mentions that he would love to see his friend Natalie, who moved away several years before, Asha takes Danny's phone and texts her an invitation to the dance. The big deal? Natalie is now the very famous movie star Natalie Flores Griffin. She not only texts back that she would love to go to the
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Jessica Harrison
Danny Constantino’s First (And Maybe Last?) Date is a breath of fresh air. It’s bright. It’s funny. It’s fast-paced. It’s just the kind of book to get you out of Pandemic Funk No. 326.

Danny and his friends practically jump off the page. Their quirky personalities combine to make a friend mashup one can only dream of.

Paul Acampora’s wit permeates the text, leaving you wanting for more.

I read Danny Constantino’s First (And Maybe Last?) Date in one sitting, and I’d happily go back and read it again
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Maureen Mrenna
Jul 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was a fun story! I don't usually write reviews of books I read but as this is a new book, I wanted to share my enthusiasm for it with other MS parents or those who love MS fiction. A "rom-com" from the point of view of a middle school boy. I expect my 10-14 year old kids will enjoy this - both my son and daughter. I started reading it at bedtime and stayed up way too late waiting to see how it all turned out. I enjoyed Danny and Natalie and Ajay and Zoe and all their friends. I hope MS kids ...more
Lynn
Jul 08, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Funny quick read with a great premise. My favorite characters though are the grandmother and the bus driver ;-)
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