In How To Rock Break-Ups and Make-ups Kacey joined a band. From the previous book she had met a guy named Zander. Molly had been with Zander but had recently broke up with him. As Kacey is in the band she begins to like Zander more and more. He soon tells her that he has a surprise for her. When he gives her the surprise a girl walks up next to him. The surprise had been Stevie. Kacey had noticed that she didn't like the girl. When Stevie came to school she had been rude to Molly and Kacey. She [...]
Kacey is back and her whiny, self-involved voice is as shrill as ever. Even though she’s turned over a new leaf from being overly critical to cautiously optimistic, she’s still rather self-involved. Of course, that’s nothing compared to her friend Molly who acts so aggressively threatening, self-important and illogical, you wonder how Kacey or anybody can stand to be in her company. Molly is also a stern advocate of the Girl Code, which is such an awful bit of double standard you don’t k [...]
So I read the first book about a year ago and loved it! A few days ago I was doing my weekly chapters shopping and saw that there was a second book! Now I had thought that how to rock was a stand alone but as it turns out this is the second! So I instantly bought it. I find that the first book was indeed better, but this one was still good. I liked the story line with Kacey and Zander but I think that it was left a little bit to open-ended. Maybe there will be a third??? Love the character of St [...]
Not as good as book 1, but still entertaining enough. I just can't get over all of the horrible things Kacey gets up to - but I definitely love it when they backfire (and when they all get sorted out)! A great, fun romp perfect for children grade 5-8. (Though I can't believe anyone lets 12-year-old kids drink THAT much coffee!
I was a big fan of book #1, How to Rock Braces & Glasses, but for some reason, I got halfway through this one, and never picked it up again. It didn't feel as fresh, but rather like another installation in a brand - could have had something to do with the plug for the Nickolodeon show on the cover.
This book is the second, and last book in the "How to Rock" series.I continues on, with what happened at the end, of the first book in the series, "How to Rock: Braces and Glasses".I suggest the book to everyone. It is a great way to end off this "How to Rock" series
I really enjoyed this book. It is perfect for a middle schooler. This book was different from the first in that it dealt with the main character's Mom starting to date for the first time since a divorce. It also showed how a rival can turn into a friend.
I really enjoyed this little series. It was really good at showing the life of a young teenage girl going through jealousy with boys. It also shows what young teenage girls go through when their parents start dating. I recommend this to all young teenage girls.
It was just as good as the first. When I first met Stevie, I didn't like her. Then by the end of the book, I still didn't like her. I would have changed a couple parts of the ending but it was still a great book.