You have been given your Dream Vacation. Where are you going and what are you doing?
Traveling throughout Europe for the summer with my hubby and kids. And the kids are all way well behaved: no one is fighting, they are feeding and dressing themselves and wiping their own butts. Bliss!
What if you could travel to a different time period?
Ooh, shoot me off to the future please. I’d like to see what’s up 100 years out.
What's the worst thing that's ever happened to you on vacation?
On the last day of our big Disney trip, Hubby lost our car keys on the Tower of Terror at Hollywood Studios and we couldn’t get into our car to get to my 8-year-old’s big birthday celebration dinner back at the Crystal Palace in Disney World. Solution? We piled the six of us into a friend’s minivan with the four of them (yep, ten of us), and all of their luggage, and made it to the dinner only a little bit late. Hubby went back to Hollywood Studios later that night and found the keys in the lost and found. Yay! We drove back to Chicago that night.
About The Book:
Jamie Edwards has loved everything about growing up on a pumpkin patch, but ever since her cousin Milan Woods arrived, things have really stunk. Jamie can’t imagine it was easy for Milan to leave her life back in Los Angeles and move to Average, Illinois, population one thousand. But it’s kind of hard to feel sorry for her since (a) Milan’s drop-dead gorgeous; (b) she’s the daughter of two of Hollywood’s hottest film stars; (c) she’s captured the attention of everyone in town, including Danny, Jamie’s crush since forever; and (d) she’s about to steal the title of Pumpkin Princess right out from underneath Jamie!
“This cheerful and heartwarming novel set in a small town will appeal to teens who enjoy YA chick lit.” --VOYA
About The Author:
Kristina Springer is also the author of The Espressologist, a A Society of School Librarians International Book Award Honor Book, My Fake Boyfriend is Better Than Yours, which Meg Cabot calls, “Irresistible as a fluffy kitten. I laughed out loud and so will you!” You can visit her online at www.kristinaSpringer.com or follow her on Twitter @TinaSpringer, or friend her on Facebook at facebook.com/KristinaSpringer.
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