Swing It, Sunny (Sunny Series #2)

Swing It, Sunny (Sunny Series #2)

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Overview

Summer's over and it's time for Sunny Lewin to enter the strange and unfriendly hallways of . . . middle school. When her Gramps calls her from Florida to ask how she's doing, she always tells him she's fine. But the truth? Sunny is NOT having the best time.

Not only is the whole middle school thing confusing . . . but life at home is confusing, too. Sunny misses her brother Dale, who's been sent to boarding school. But when Dale comes back, she STILL misses him . . . because he's changed.

Luckily Sunny's got her best friend and a mysterious new neighbor on her side . . . because she is NOT going let all this confusion get her down. Instead, she's going to remain Sunny-side up!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780545741729
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 09/12/2017
Series: Jennifer L. Holm's Sunny Series , #2
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 61,640
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Jennifer L. Holm is the New York Times bestselling and three-time Newbery Honor Winning author of multiple novels for young readers. With her brother Matthew, Jennifer created the graphic novel series Babymouse and Squish. She lives in California.

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Swing It, Sunny 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked it alot but it was confusing at times
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book
mapleandjourneypuppies More than 1 year ago
I read this book in my classroom and I think that it should not be in schools for elementary students and I would have ages middle school and high school and ages above and I think the age should be changed
Sandy5 More than 1 year ago
Sunny has just started middle school and things are not going so great. In fact, almost every aspect of middle school, Sunny finds horrible and then, there is the fact that she misses her older brother Dale, who is off at boarding school. When her grandpa calls from Florida, she lies and tells him that everything is okay. Soon Sunny begins wheezing and coughing which has her mother running her off to her doctor. After seeing a specialist, Sunny is told she has allergies and her course of treatment is shots. Sunny and her best friend Deb are talking about their Halloween costumes this year and Deb doesn’t like Sunny’s idea. Sunny sides with Deb on her idea although you can tell that Sunny likes her idea better. Sunny, just can’t catch a break. Dale comes home at Thanksgiving and Sunny is excited to see him. Dale has changed while he was gone. Dale is now a moody teenager who snaps instead of replies to comments that are spoken to him. Sunny loves her brother and misses him when he’s gone but she doesn’t miss the Dale who he has now become. When a new neighbor moves in Sunny finds refugee in her. Even though she is older, Neela is a great role model for Sunny and the two of them become friends. I liked how grandpa was a constant figure in Sunny life. I liked how he made a point to check-in on her and he asked questioned about her life. I found it interesting how Sunny started to look at her relationship with Deb, after being with Neela. After talking and twirling flags with Neela, she started to ask Deb some probing questions. I’m glad Sunny has Neela close by. I liked the ending of the book, Sunny’s efforts were finally getting some results.