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We Are So Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah

Another Book Review by Mikaela

Back in November, we enlisted the help of 6th grader Mikaela Adwar to help us review the Mitzvah-related book, You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah!. We thought it only right to ask Mikaela to help us out again to review the book’s sequel. Here’s Mikaela’s review:

We Are SO Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah! by Fiona Rosenbloom is the sequel to You are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah!. I think it was even more witty and funny than the first book. The whole time I read the sequel, I was doubled over with hysterics! I promise you will be ROFL (Rolling on the Floor Laughing) too.

Stacy Friedman is back and better than ever. She has just arrived home from the best summer of her life. She and Lydia went off to camp and met the COOLEST girl EVER! She taught them everything cool from straightening their hair to wearing awesome rocker tees.

So when they come back they are stoked to show off their new look to Kelly (their other bffl or best friend for life) and The Chicas (the popular girls). But it turns out they’re the ones in for a surprise….

They turn up to see Kelly has lost some weight (she looks AH-MAZING!); she got her braces taken off (she looks AH-MAZING!); she has like a perfect tan (she looks AH-MAZING!); and by the way, she looks AH-MAZING!

So when Eben (One of The Chica’s cousins) invites the Chicas and Kelly to his ultra-exclusive Bar Mitzvah (it’s supposed to be AWESOME) and not her and Lydia, Stacy isn’t happy! Soon Kelly and The Chicas become super cozy and totally are excluding Lydia and Stacy. So that’s when Stacy comes up with one of her famous plans which leads her to say those fateful words: “We are SO crashing your Bar Mitzvah!”

This book was hilarious and I loved it. I recommend this book for girls 10 and up. It’s up to you to decide if it’s as good as the first. I guess you’ll have to read the book to find out!



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