Stars So Sweet

Stars So Sweet

Book - 2016
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"Just as Gladys Gatsby prepares to enter the complicated world of middle school, her secret gig as the New York Standard's youngest restaurant critic won't be a secret much longer--and Gladys must enlist the help of her Parisian aunt to be true to herself, and honest with her friends and family"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, NY : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [2016]
ISBN: 9781101996485
Branch Call Number: JF DAIRM-T
Characteristics: 278 pages ; 22 cm


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Jan 26, 2018

Overall this was a satisfying end to the trilogy. Gladys is such a spunky protagonist and it was gratifying to see her working through some of the unsolved problems in the earlier books. I am taking off one star for a couple of rather lame "knots" tied up in the end. They don't really match up with the rest of the overall story and seemed to be thrown in at the last minute.

PimaLib_SamR Oct 11, 2017

Stars So Sweet by Tara Dairman feels like it will be the last in the adventures of 12-year old Gladys Gatsby, restaurant reviewer extraordinaire. And yet, as per usual, she is juggling a lot of pots and pans, even if her folks have restricted her to cooking a mere one night per week. To satisfy her cooking yen, she helps her classmates raise dough, via bake sales, for their various clubs.
In her first year of middle school, she has the task of helping her neighbor and friend find a truly revolting food to eat at his school, in order to make a name for himself. Her aunt Lydia comes to live with them, having been chucked out of her job in Paris. But instead of looking for new employment, she lies on the couch eating junk food and watching the television in a blue funk.
These and other obstacles are hurdled by Gladys on her way to a satisfying denouement.


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