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Moving Day by Meg Cabot
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Jul 27, 2011

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Allie's parents make a horrible announcement one day. They are moviing from the sub-urbs to a house closer to their work. Moving means Allie is going to have to change schools and give up most of her rock collection. It also means saying goodbye to her best friend. So it is easy to understand that Allie fights her parents tooth and nail. She tries to sabotage the open house, as well as convince her family there is a ghost or something equally horrible living in the attic of the new home.

This is a fairly straight forward novel about change, taking chances and standing up for yourself aimed at the tween market. Allie is forced to make some pretty hard choices in this novel and learns that a friend is not simply someone you play with. She also learns that moving may not be such a bad thing in the end. Worth picking up, especially for the girl with a heavy interest in social scenes in your life.

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