Pippa Park Crush at First Sight


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$16.99  $15.80
Fabled Films Press
Publish Date
5.6 X 8.1 X 1.0 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

Erin Yun grew up in Frisco, Texas. She attended New York University and received her MA in creative writing at Cambridge. Erin is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. She developed the Pippa Park Author Program, an interactive writing workshop, which she has conducted in person and virtually at schools, libraries, and bookstores. Yes, she used to play basketball as a middle grader!


[The book] will have a special appeal to young readers with an interest in peer pressure and friendship...very highly recommended for elementary school, middle school, and community library-- "Midwest Book Review"
Pippa explores the highs and lows of friendships and first crushes in this well-crafted sequel to Pippa Park Raises her Game. ..VERDICT This warm-hearted, feel-good series continues to realistically explore one Korean American girl's middle school experience in a relatable way.-- "School Library Journal"
This is solid, classic middle-school drama fare that benefits from the interesting ways Pippa's family background is developed. An engaging variation on a familiar theme.-- "Kirkus Reviews"
This charming and entertaining sequel perfectly captures the awkwardness of middle school...tweens will learn the importance of teamwork, communication, and perseverance and understand that it's OK to ask for help.-- "Common Sense Media"
Readers who missed the first installment, Pippa Park Raises Her Game won't have any trouble picking up on this volume. It completely stands alone.-- "School Library Connection"
A heartfelt story...has broad appeal and fleshed-out characters who all share in the limelight...for folks who like to read about triumphant underdogs.-- "Booklist"
In the sequel to Pippa Park Raises Her Game, Pippa continues her efforts to fit in...A relatable entertaining read for middle schoolers.-- "Story Monsters Ink"