The Mother-Daughter Book Club is a series by Heather Vogel Frederick. The cover here is of the first novel, out of a total of six books. This has to be one of my favourite book series and that is why it have chosen it for my first book review! I started this series in the summer, and I immediately got attached to it. The Mother-Daughter Book Club is about four unlikely friends, who are forced into a book club by their mothers.
There’s Emma, the reader, who I find I can relate to the most (I love books just like her!). Then there is her friend Jess, who is extremely intelligent and an animal-lover, Cassidy- the hockey fanatic, and Megan, the fashionista. Each have very different personalities, don’t they? The books take us from middle school to grade ten, taking us through their friendships, drama, and experiences.
In the first book, the book club tackles Little Woman by Louisa May Alcott and become closer to one another. The book starts off with most girls not excited about the book club- like at all- to it becoming a very important part of their lives. And the series has become a very important part of mine- I seriously cannot thank you enough Mrs. Frederick!
Oh, and here is her website: http://www.heathervogelfrederick.com
You should all check it out and most definitely read her books!
The thing I loved about the series was how relatable it was. It was a realistic fiction and I believe many girls would understand what the book club girls are going through, and find that it makes the series so much more amazing!
Well, that’s it for today bookworms! Hope you enjoyed this review!