Pies & Prejudice by Heather Vogel Frederick
(Mother Daughter Book Club)

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I really like this book because the story is really exciting, you never want to put it down! You can really connect with the characters' feelings because it is written in the way where you know exactly how they feel.
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Right before the start of their freshman year, Emma's family unexpectedly moves to England. The book club is stunned, but thanks to videoconferencing, they can keep the club alive. They decide to tackle Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, a particularly fitting choice. In England, Emma deals with a new queen bee, Annabelle, who makes her life miserable. And back home, Annabelle's cousins--who have swapped homes with the Hawthornes--whip the rest of the school into a frenzy. Cassidy clashes with moody Tristan, Concord's own version of Mr. Darcy, and everyone is taken with his younger brother Simon.

Desperate for life to get back to normal, the girls throw a bake sale to raise money and bring Emma home--and suddenly, they have a thriving business, Pies & Prejudice. But when the plan they cook up falls short, will the book club ever all be together again?
 

About Heather Vogel Frederick

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Heather Vogel Frederick is the author of the popular Mother-Daughter Book Club series, as well as the highly acclaimed The Voyage of Patience Goodspeed, The Education of Patience Goodspeed, and the Spy Mice series. She resides with her family in Portland, Oregon. Visit her at HeatherVogelFrederick.com.
 
Published September 14, 2010 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 388 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by book-lovergirl on Feb 14 2013

I really like this book because the story is really exciting, you never want to put it down! You can really connect with the characters' feelings because it is written in the way where you know exactly how they feel.

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