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Very cute, easy read. now that i read this it is so good Loved this book It s so cute and funny Very well written. This book was really good I loved it I have this book at home it is very good i loved this book its interesting cool and fun It was good and i JUST remembered to write this down but ya it shows that if u put Ur mind to it u can do it *DOWNLOAD PDF ↝ Sunny Holiday ↠ From the author of THE WEDDING PLANNER S DAUGHTER, a fantastic new series about a poor girl with a rich outlook on lifeSunny Holiday thinks that every month should have a kid friendly holiday Valentine s Day, July th, and Christmas definitely fit the bill but months like January and August are lacking So Sunny takes it upon herself to make new holidays for the months that need them, getting her friends and family involved Sunny is headstrong, funny, and trying to make the best out of every situation whether it involves holidays or family problems She s got spirit to spare and you can t help but love her for it Sunny Holiday is a book by Coleen Murtagh Paratore and is about a fourth grader named Sunny Her parents are divorced and her dad is in prison She tried visiting her dad on Visiting Day but her mom s car broke down and they could not get to the airport Her mom works all day and is going to school online to became a doctor In the beginning of the book, Sunny thinks that her mom and her are going to be famous for writing a book called Free All Year, which is all the things they love to do for Sunny Holiday is a book by Coleen Murtagh Paratore and is about a fourth grader named Sunny Her parents are divorced and her dad is in prison She tried visiting her dad on Visiting Day but her mom s car broke down and they could not get to the airport Her mom works all day and is going to school online to became a doctor In the beginning of the book, Sunny thinks that her mom and her are going to be famous for writing a book called Free All Year, which is all the things they love to do for free They hope to meet Oprah Sunny has a best friend who is named Jazzy and they both think it would be fair to have a kid s holiday They think they should have this holiday in January because January is too boring and long There is a Mother s Day and a Father s Day, but no kid s holiday Between homework, worrying about her dad, and coming up with a holiday for kids, Sunny has a really busy life Since Sunny has so much going on she is stressed and there are two major scenes where Sunny cried The first one is when she is brainstorming new ideas for her new kid s holiday, and she remembers stuff about her dad She cries because this made her think about her dad The second time was when she was going to read her poem about Hawaii and her mom promised Sunny that she would be there but at the last minute something comes up at work and she is not able to come Sunny is very upset she even isn t happy when she reads her poem because her mom can t come and than when the mean bus girls Davina and Crystal start laughing at her poem Sunny just lets her anger out Sunny is excited that the mayor is coming to town and Sunny finally has a chance to talk the mayor about her holiday Also, she has two new ideas for the town that she wants tell him Will Sunny take the chance to talk to the mayor and become famous or will she be bullied every single day by Davina and Crystal and her mom and dad won t get back together Find out in Sunny holiday I would rate this book a nine out of ten Overall, I thought this was an amazing book and it was a realistic fiction book and the story line could happen to regular girls I really liked how the author included bullying and that anyone can be put down by it I also enjoyed that the author used lots of describing words in the story to make young readers understandeasily I think it would be good if the author didn t include some of the parties the girls had and to find out if the dad is really coming home in the next book because readers would be pumped about the next book and to hide some spoilers It over all was fantastic I would recommend this book to girls between the grades of second to seventh grades but I also think if parents want to read this book it teaches a really good lesson It is very imaginative and a great book for girls Reviewed by Sally Kruger aka Readingjunky for TeensReadToo.comSunny Holiday is a spunky little fourth grader She may live on the wrong side of the tracks and get teased by the bus girls, but she always looks at the bright side of everything Her mother may work endless hours cleaning rooms at the hotel across the river, but Sunny keeps her chin up and carries on Her father may have made a mistake that landed him in prison for the better part of another year, but Sunny puts a smile on her Reviewed by Sally Kruger aka Readingjunky for TeensReadToo.comSunny Holiday is a spunky little fourth grader She may live on the wrong side of the tracks and get teased by the bus girls, but she always looks at the bright side of everything Her mother may work endless hours cleaning rooms at the hotel across the river, but Sunny keeps her chin up and carries on Her father may have made a mistake that landed him in prison for the better part of another year, but Sunny puts a smile on her face and is thankful for the things in life that are free Sunny and her friend, Jazzy, do just about everything together They both have cats, and they love to create new games to play and projects to accomplish Sunny s latest scheme is to create a holiday for every month She explains to Jazzy that six of the twelve months have pretty cool holidays, but the other six are seriously lacking January is her first goal She s thinking something to celebrate on about the twentieth of the month would certainly help break things up until Valentine s Day arrives in February This is a fun book for the elementary crowd They will easily relate to Sunny s desire to have a kid friendly holiday in every month, and her disappointment that the mayor s promise of a new park in her neighborhood turned into a half dozen scraggly trees instead The underlying theme of the need to pass the state s standarized test is an element of the story that might make it a worthwhile read aloud for a fourth grade classroom This one is a bit young for my students so I m planning to pass it along to the fourth grade teachers in our elementary building I m sure Sunny will make another appearance someday if author Coleen Murtagh Paratore has anything to say about it