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The Struggle: Mom and the Summertime Blues

The Struggle: Mom and the Summertime Blues

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Series: The Struggle, Book 1
Genre: Novels

The story of four sisters-Diamond, Shelia, Crystal, and Felicity who dread their summer break because of their mom. A timely and hilarious read told through the eyes and voice of adolescent authors about their perspective of Mom's summertime "fun".

Young readers will empathize with the youthful perspective of parents and “their ways”. Parents will enjoy reading about the feelings of the four girls in the story, nodding in agreement from the beginning to the end. The entire family will enjoy this book. Instead of those great summer trips and long lazy days of summer, the four sisters complain about having to eat healthy and exercise, do homework and chores, and more. Throughout the book, the girls tell of important life lessons taught by their parents. These lessons are told in a comical way.

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The Struggle: 4 Girls & 1 Bathroom

The Struggle: 4 Girls & 1 Bathroom

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Series: The Struggle, Book 2
Genre: Novels

The Struggle: 4 Girls & 1 Bathroom is the sequel to the book entitled The Struggle: Mom and the Summertime Blues. It is also about the lives of four sisters, Diamond, Shelia, Crystal, and Felicity. Previously, these sisters wrote about having to endure a long summer with their mom and her never-ending lists of chores and schoolwork. Now they are back to discuss their upcoming school year. But this time, no one is safe from their complaints!

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The Struggle: The Struggle is Wheel

The Struggle: The Struggle is Wheel

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Series: The Struggle, Book 3
Genre: Novels

Four sisters who are giving a new meaning to the expression, The Struggle Is Real, have, yet again found themselves dealing with more teenage and preteen issues. This third book of The Struggle series gives us a peek inside their daily journal entries. Their play by play of their everyday lives is funny, witty and sincere. New drivers, growing pains, school and parenting issues, what could go wrong? You can't help but agree or sympathize with them, even if they are talking about you. The actions of their sisters, teachers, parents, and everyone else is revealed! Will you see yourself in the pages? Will you feel sorry for the girls? Will you laugh at their "supposed" struggles? Yes, yes, and yes! Pick up this book to put a smile on your face.

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