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Nov 29 2011

Where There's a Wolf There's a Way by Lisi Harrison

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Monster High 3. Atom Books, 2011. ISBN 9781907410659.
(Ages 10+) Clawdeen is always overshadowed by her six brothers and her friends, but she is finally getting her chance in the spotlight at her upcoming Sassy Sixteen birthday party. Unfortunately after The Ghoul Next Door goes viral all the RAD's go into hiding including Clawdeen's family. She goes stir crazy being stuck with her brothers, until Lala comes to keep her company, but is the Vampire Flirting with her brother Claude? With no idea how to get in contact with her friends and not being able to leave her family's hide out Clawdeen's Sassy Sixteenth looks like it isn't going to happen.
This book was ok but I couldn't get in to it and I found it really confusing because I didn't know enough about the characters. I would only recommend this book if you had already read the first two books (Monster high and The Ghoul Next Door).
Tahlia Kennewell (student)

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