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The Stars of Summer (All Four Stars, #2) It S Not Easy Being An Undercover Restaurant Critic Especially When You Re Only Twelve Years Old After Successfully Completing Her First Restaurant Review For The New York Standard Newspaper, Gladys Gatsby Is Looking Forward To A Quiet Summer Of Cooking And Eating But Her Plans Quickly Go Awry When Her Friend Charissa Bentley Delivers Gladys S Birthday Gift A Free Summer At Camp Bentley.As Gladys Feared, Camp Life Is Not Easy She Struggles To Pass Her Swim Test, Can T Keep The Other Campers Happy While Planning Lunches, And Cannot Seem To Get Away From The Annoying New Celebrity Camper The Worst Part Is She S Not Able To Find A Moment To Sneak Away For Her Latest Reviewing Assignment Finding The Best Hot Dog In New York City But When Gladys Learns That Her Hot Dog Assignment Might Actually Be A Dirty Trick Made Up By A Jealous Fellow Critic, She Fears Her Reviewing Career Could Be Over Forever.This Perfectly Plotted Sequel Brings Readers On A Rollicking Summertime Adventure Through New York City With All Of The Charm Of All Four Stars And Even Foodie Flavor

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10 thoughts on “The Stars of Summer (All Four Stars, #2)

  1. says:

    Find the best hot dog in New York City.Leave no street corner unvisited, and no dog untastedGladys Gatsby is now twelve years old and there isn t anything she senthusiastic about than delicious foods Since that incident with the blowtorch it really was only a small fire , Gladys has convinced he

  2. says:

    4.5 Stars I received an advanced copy of this book for free from the tour host publisher in exchange of an honest review This in no way affects my opinion of the book or the content of my review.To say that The Stars of Summer was charming would be an understatement I absolutely adored this sequel to Al

  3. says:

    This one had me smiling I like how Gladys is being forced to due different things, met new people and learning she likes it I love how Gladys is so serious about her reviews and how sneaky she is at getting them done The way that her friends help her has me laughing I do agree with Gladys that she needs to clue

  4. says:

    Did you find this review helpful Findof my reviews at Pop Goes The ReaderJen, have a look at this, he said Charissa s family has given Gladdy a free summer at Camp Bentley He plucked the paper out of Gladys hand and passed it to her mom Oh, how generous she exclaimed Honey, what a great opportunity for you to make even

  5. says:

    Pretty muchof the same as the first, but I will try to find the third, because they are fun and don t take long to read, and because view spoiler at the end of this, she s about to reveal her secret to her parents hide spoiler.

  6. says:

    In this sequel to All Four Stars, Gladys is given a summer at camp by new friend Charissa Bentley, whose parents run the local camp Since her friend Sandy is being sent to a sleep away camp, she hopes to be able to use the opportunity to sneak into New York and complete some of her reviewing assignments for the newspaper who mistakenl

  7. says:

    I was so thrilled to receive an advanced reader copy of this book, because my kids and I adored ALL FOUR STARS I was not disappointed The adventures of food critic and budding chef, Gladys Gatsby, continue as she ends up at summer camp where they serve food kids like, such as bologna sandwiches on white bread But never fear campers, Gladys is

  8. says:

    Originally posted on May 7, 2015 on For What It s Worth adored Dairman s debut mid grade book, All Four Stars, about aspiring chef and food critic, 11 year old Gladys Gatsby.The series continues as Glady s juggles her new top secret position as a food critic for the New York Standard s Dining section with an unexpected trip to summer camp.Glady s is

  9. says:

    originally posted on my blog Ciao Bella As popular of a setting as it is, I ve never actually been to the traditional summer camp, where, if my knowledge from books and movies will suffice, your cabin mates become your best friends, the mess hall becomes your second home, and your days and nights intertwine to become an endless slew of fun Though my opportun

  10. says:

    Gladys Gatsby is at it again with her making me want to eat everything all the time The food descriptions alone are worth the price of admission, but so are her food metaphors and, of course, her story Gladys is a level headed girl who tries to be fair and has the passion of her passion to sway people to be their better selves I admire her ...

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