Children's Book Review- Hannah Montana-Face-off
Adapted by Alice Alfonso
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 2, 2006
by Disney Press
Book Source: Bought
Book Overview: Hannah Montana, a.k.a. Miley Stewart, is the face of a worldwide campaign for Magic Glow Skin Cream--everyone's favorite zit zapper! But when the billboard shows Hannah with a zit the size of an extra-large pizza, Miley is horrified!
Mary's Review: Hannah Montana, a.k.a. Miley Stewart, gives advice to her best friend Lilly about outward appearances and it's what's inside that counts but when it comes right down to it, she doesn't practice what she preaches. See what she learns when she says one thing, but practices another.
Miley and Lilly go on a class camping trip with a science teacher as their chaperone who hates camping and a group of classmates who are stuffy and stuck up. They have to share their tent with the two girls in school they hate the most and who take credit for everyone else's work. Find out what happens when Miley "lies down with dogs" as her father Mr. Stewart puts it.
As books go this is a great book for young girls. Each story has a moral at the end.
I recommend this book for ages 9-12.
About the Author: Alice Alfonsi is a published adapter, author, and an editor of children's books. Some of the published credits of Alice Alfonsi include Top Secret: Junior Novel, New Kid in Town: Junior Novel, W.I.T.C.H.: Friends Forever - Novelization #26 (W.I.T.C.H.), and Poetry in Motion.
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