Paperback è Solo Disaster ePUB Þ

Paperback è Solo Disaster ePUB Þ


Solo Disaster (Choir Girls #4) [PDF] ✪ Solo Disaster (Choir Girls #4) By Victoria Kimble – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Not only did Cammie get picked to represent her school at the Colorado State Junior High Honors Choir she was also awarded the soprano solo Was there ever any doubt The only shadow over her joy is the Not only did Cammie get picked to represent her school at the Colorado State Junior High Honors Choir she was also awarded the soprano solo Was there ever any doubt The only shadow over her joy is the fact that all her friends have ditched her to be friends with her archenemy Pilar Sanchez But Cammie is confident enough to push through and find new friends; ones who will appreciate her for her wonderful ualities She can’t let her ex friends bring her down In fact it just might be time to put them in their place once and for all Cammie is definitely up for the challenge.

  • Paperback
  • 139 pages
  • Solo Disaster (Choir Girls #4)
  • Victoria Kimble
  • English
  • 04 August 2016
  • 9781946920256

10 thoughts on “Solo Disaster (Choir Girls #4)

  1. Anna Anna says:

    A satisfying conclusion to the Choir Girl series focuses on Cammie the girl I've always wanted to dislike in all the previous books This book gives us the chance to see Cammie's home life and understand how a parent can play a role in a child's attitude and actionsThe book ends with a wonderful conversation about forgiveness and what that means One again I've enjoyed all the books in the Choir Girls series and I can't wait to give this final copy to the middle grade readers in my life

  2. Sarah Carter Sarah Carter says:

    Mom always said that you can't regret the things you've done because regret is like poison If the decision felt right at the time then just move onCammie is down to one good friend her mom She can't figure out what she did wrong she pulled some pranks but now her friends want to hang out with Pilar instead of her She has to see them every day at school but when the results of the Honors Choir are released she realizes she not only has to see them in extra practices but over a weekend and share a hotel room with them In Solo Disaster Cammie puts her mind on making a new friend but ends up looking harder at her own actionsSolo Disaster is the fourth and final book in The Choir Girls Series by Victoria Kimble I was given an advanced copy of the book and all the books in the series in exchange for a fair review The other books in the series are Soprano Trouble Alto Secrets and Harmony BluesSolo Disaster is a great end to The Choir Girls Series The entire series deals with a group a middle school girls and issues they face with friends family and faith Each scenario is completely plausible and Kimble gives the books a Christian spin without being pushy about it Cammie has been a driving force of the problems in most of the books so the final book is told from her point of view and gives insight into why she thinks the way she doesI would highly recommend this book series to any girls around middle school age I'm planning to have my upper elementary daughters read them in the next year or two and I know they will enjoy the stories I hope the stories will help them too as they face their own middle school problems although I hope those areas few

  3. Shelly Lisano Shelly Lisano says:

    Who can win the war if only one is fighting? Cammie Dunn has been abandoned by all her so called ex friends When she not only makes the State Honor choir but wins the Soprano Solo her joy is tempered by having no one to share it with until she meets Abigail the Alto Soloist from across town Cammie decides that she needs to make new friends and hopes that Abigail will help her show PEE Lar’s true colors to her ex friends When Abigail Summer and Cammie are assigned as roommates for the night before the Choir performance Cammie knows the time to act is now She’ll show everyone what a true thief Pee Lar really isThis final book in the Choir Girls series deals with cyber bullying and the lies we tell ourselves Anyone who loves pre teens and early teens will find this a wonderful starting point for the often complicated world of teen friendships and learning to not only find forgiveness from others but also from oneselfVictoria Kimball has an uncanny way of taking you right back to those crazy angst filled Junior High years while not coming across as preachy I look forward to seeing what adventures she has planned for us nextI received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review

  4. Jen Jen says:

    Solo Disaster Choir Girls #4 was a very good read My 12 year old daughter and I have read the entire series together We loved how each book focuses on one character in a group of friends This book focused on Cammie Dunn a girl who we often did not like It helps us understand and see why Cammie is the way she is and does the things that she does Through the passage of time in each book you see and feel how these characters interact and grow Friendships are tested New friendships are made and some might be torn apart but our favorite part was the ending It really lets you see what typical junior high age girls are going though with their friends We would highly recommend the entire series for any tween girl looking for a uick read Enjoy I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review

  5. Heidi Heidi says:

    I have a lovehate relationship with Solo Disaster the final installment of the Choir Girls series by Victoria Kimble I hate that the series is over but I absolutely love that Kimble has written a book that my 3rd grader enjoys where I don't have to worry about the contentCammie has been a fixture in the entire Choir Girls series but this time she gets her own book In the words of my 3rd grader In the beginning of the series Cammie is really rude but she turns out to be a really nice girlI received an advanced copy of Solo Disaster from TouchPoint Press All opinions are my own and my daughter's

  6. Melonie Kimble Melonie Kimble says:

    The last book in this series did not disappoint I would wholeheartedly encourage any parent with a girl or boy this age read the entire series Truthful characters that keep your interest and don't sugar coat what it's like in Jr Hi I have not liked Cammie's character in this series but understand now why acts the way she does Her mom apparently was the same way growing up and encouraged her in the wrong direction It is sad to see a family like this but very realistic Good outcome of a suabble that didn't need to go this far This author has much potential and I think she has just scratched the surface Can't wait to read her next series

  7. Liz Liz says:

    This is an easy to read story that contains a positive message for the tween readers and their parents I especially liked the warning about the cyberbullying it is so easy for jokes and teasing to escalate into something much hurtful I also think there is a lesson to be learned from the mother of the main character Cam The mom appears to be trying to be supportive of her daughter but is actually reinforcing some of Cam's petty and spiteful behavior The stepfather's insight seem much positive and forgivingA good story that presents positive values for the pre teenI won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway for this honest review

  8. Jennifer Ward Jennifer Ward says:

    Such a great conclusion to The Choir Girls series I am so sad to see these stories come to an end Kimble has done a fantastic job in creating another very relatable storyline and character in Solo Disaster Cammie's story is the one I have been most anxious to read Through all of the previous books we've known her as the bully It was good to get to know her and see the way her life has shaped her I won't spoil the ending for you so go get your copy I received an Advanced Reader's Copy in exchange for my honest review

  9. April April says:

    A satisfying end to the series As I've read all four books I've been reminded of how girls at that age interact with each other I wondered how Cammie was going to reconcile with the other girls While Cammie has been known as a bully throughout the series the author does a good job of making her relatable This book does a good job of modeling forgiveness and grace in a way that is easy to understand for young readers and highlights the insecurities that often accompany a tween girlI received an advance readers copy from Touchpoint Press in exchange for my honest review

  10. Nicole Nicole says:

    Solo Disaster the final installment of the Choir Girl series is a beautiful bow wrapping up the best present ever In this book we finally hear Cammie's story and learn why she is the way she is Along the way we get to watch her journey of self discovery and what it really means to be a friend Any preteen who enjoyed the other books in the series will be thoroughly entertained by this endearing conclusionI received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review

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10 thoughts on “Solo Disaster (Choir Girls #4)

  1. Anna Anna says:

    A satisfying conclusion to the Choir Girl series focuses on Cammie the girl I've always wanted to dislike in all the previous books This book gives us the chance to see Cammie's home life and understand how a parent can play a role in a child's attitude and actionsThe book ends with a wonderful conversation about forgiveness and what that means One again I've enjoyed all the books in the Choir Girls series and I can't wait to give this final copy to the middle grade readers in my life

  2. Sarah Carter Sarah Carter says:

    Mom always said that you can't regret the things you've done because regret is like poison If the decision felt right at the time then just move onCammie is down to one good friend her mom She can't figure out what she did wrong she pulled some pranks but now her friends want to hang out with Pilar instead of her She has to see them every day at school but when the results of the Honors Choir are released she realizes she not only has to see them in extra practices but over a weekend and share a hotel room with them In Solo Disaster Cammie puts her mind on making a new friend but ends up looking harder at her own actionsSolo Disaster is the fourth and final book in The Choir Girls Series by Victoria Kimble I was given an advanced copy of the book and all the books in the series in exchange for a fair review The other books in the series are Soprano Trouble Alto Secrets and Harmony BluesSolo Disaster is a great end to The Choir Girls Series The entire series deals with a group a middle school girls and issues they face with friends family and faith Each scenario is completely plausible and Kimble gives the books a Christian spin without being pushy about it Cammie has been a driving force of the problems in most of the books so the final book is told from her point of view and gives insight into why she thinks the way she doesI would highly recommend this book series to any girls around middle school age I'm planning to have my upper elementary daughters read them in the next year or two and I know they will enjoy the stories I hope the stories will help them too as they face their own middle school problems although I hope those areas few

  3. Shelly Lisano Shelly Lisano says:

    Who can win the war if only one is fighting? Cammie Dunn has been abandoned by all her so called ex friends When she not only makes the State Honor choir but wins the Soprano Solo her joy is tempered by having no one to share it with until she meets Abigail the Alto Soloist from across town Cammie decides that she needs to make new friends and hopes that Abigail will help her show PEE Lar’s true colors to her ex friends When Abigail Summer and Cammie are assigned as roommates for the night before the Choir performance Cammie knows the time to act is now She’ll show everyone what a true thief Pee Lar really isThis final book in the Choir Girls series deals with cyber bullying and the lies we tell ourselves Anyone who loves pre teens and early teens will find this a wonderful starting point for the often complicated world of teen friendships and learning to not only find forgiveness from others but also from oneselfVictoria Kimball has an uncanny way of taking you right back to those crazy angst filled Junior High years while not coming across as preachy I look forward to seeing what adventures she has planned for us nextI received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review

  4. Jen Jen says:

    Solo Disaster Choir Girls #4 was a very good read My 12 year old daughter and I have read the entire series together We loved how each book focuses on one character in a group of friends This book focused on Cammie Dunn a girl who we often did not like It helps us understand and see why Cammie is the way she is and does the things that she does Through the passage of time in each book you see and feel how these characters interact and grow Friendships are tested New friendships are made and some might be torn apart but our favorite part was the ending It really lets you see what typical junior high age girls are going though with their friends We would highly recommend the entire series for any tween girl looking for a uick read Enjoy I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review

  5. Heidi Heidi says:

    I have a lovehate relationship with Solo Disaster the final installment of the Choir Girls series by Victoria Kimble I hate that the series is over but I absolutely love that Kimble has written a book that my 3rd grader enjoys where I don't have to worry about the contentCammie has been a fixture in the entire Choir Girls series but this time she gets her own book In the words of my 3rd grader In the beginning of the series Cammie is really rude but she turns out to be a really nice girlI received an advanced copy of Solo Disaster from TouchPoint Press All opinions are my own and my daughter's

  6. Melonie Kimble Melonie Kimble says:

    The last book in this series did not disappoint I would wholeheartedly encourage any parent with a girl or boy this age read the entire series Truthful characters that keep your interest and don't sugar coat what it's like in Jr Hi I have not liked Cammie's character in this series but understand now why acts the way she does Her mom apparently was the same way growing up and encouraged her in the wrong direction It is sad to see a family like this but very realistic Good outcome of a suabble that didn't need to go this far This author has much potential and I think she has just scratched the surface Can't wait to read her next series

  7. Liz Liz says:

    This is an easy to read story that contains a positive message for the tween readers and their parents I especially liked the warning about the cyberbullying it is so easy for jokes and teasing to escalate into something much hurtful I also think there is a lesson to be learned from the mother of the main character Cam The mom appears to be trying to be supportive of her daughter but is actually reinforcing some of Cam's petty and spiteful behavior The stepfather's insight seem much positive and forgivingA good story that presents positive values for the pre teenI won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway for this honest review

  8. Jennifer Ward Jennifer Ward says:

    Such a great conclusion to The Choir Girls series I am so sad to see these stories come to an end Kimble has done a fantastic job in creating another very relatable storyline and character in Solo Disaster Cammie's story is the one I have been most anxious to read Through all of the previous books we've known her as the bully It was good to get to know her and see the way her life has shaped her I won't spoil the ending for you so go get your copy I received an Advanced Reader's Copy in exchange for my honest review

  9. April April says:

    A satisfying end to the series As I've read all four books I've been reminded of how girls at that age interact with each other I wondered how Cammie was going to reconcile with the other girls While Cammie has been known as a bully throughout the series the author does a good job of making her relatable This book does a good job of modeling forgiveness and grace in a way that is easy to understand for young readers and highlights the insecurities that often accompany a tween girlI received an advance readers copy from Touchpoint Press in exchange for my honest review

  10. Nicole Nicole says:

    Solo Disaster the final installment of the Choir Girl series is a beautiful bow wrapping up the best present ever In this book we finally hear Cammie's story and learn why she is the way she is Along the way we get to watch her journey of self discovery and what it really means to be a friend Any preteen who enjoyed the other books in the series will be thoroughly entertained by this endearing conclusionI received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review

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