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READ Bingo Summer 107 ↠ On her thirteenth birthday Summer Haas scratches the lottery ticket her mom tucked into her birthday card and the down on their luck family become instant millionaires Then the attention gets crazy in their small Illinois town and the family moves north to ‘disappear’ in the Chicago suburbs Summer’s new home might as well be on the Moon iWhere she used to liveSuddenly Summer is a candidate for student council trades her t shirt and jeans for mall brand clothes and throws a party for her entire grade even though she didn't invite a single guest Everyone wants Summer to be someone other than herself including the super popular Suri who Summer hopes will be her new best friend There’s Mara who wants. Bingo Summer was a very nice read It started out strong and stayed good throughout Dawn Malone introduced a varied cast of entertaining characters She did a nice job adding a few unexpected twists to the junior high classmates the mean girls had redeeming ualities the weirdo stepdad wasn't a total jerk her flighty mom really loved her daughters Summer won 10 million dollars on her 13th birthday After getting over the initial shock of winning the family is overwhelmed with attention they'd rather not haveSo Mom decides to flee to a new life where people don't know what happened Summer tries to adjust but trouble is except for being dirt poor she really liked her old life her friends her softball team her coach and her Chicago Cubs She doesn't fit in her new school and hates being the new girl Bingo Summer is an excellent depiction of one girl's journey to discovering and accepting herself and being open to new experiences and new people This is a book I would and have recommended to others

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On her thirteenth birthday Summer Haas scratches the lottery ticket her mom tucked into her birthday card and the down on their luck family become instant millionaires Then the attention gets crazy in their small Illinois town and the family moves north to ‘disappear’ in the Chicago suburbs Summer’s new home might as well be on the Moon it’s so different from. This was such a great book It was eual parts fun and realistic and the characters felt real enough that they could be kids I've actually metI liked Summer She was surrounded by pretentious people but was refreshingly down to earth However in realistic teen fashion she did experiment with new clothes and hanging out with the popular crowd even if it wasn't right for her I feel like most teenstweens go through stages of figuring out Do I belong here And Summer's experience was spot onI also really liked Anna and Dink Anna is someone I would have liked to be friends with at that age and Dink was funny and charming in a uirky way All in all I liked the characters that Summer herself liked and disliked the ones she disliked so I felt very connected to herDawn Malone also has a wonderful way with descriptions and comparisons that really makes you feel like you're right there in the scene I really enjoyed escaping to the world of upper class suburbia Highly recommended

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Bingo SummerSummer to forget about competing with her for third base when softball season comes And Summer just wants to avoid Dink and Anna even though she has in common with them than she wants to admitBut when Mara discovers how Summer’s family made their millions and threatens to tell the whole school Summer needs a friend than ever Can Summer fit in AND stay true to herse. When I first saw the concept for Bingo Summer my immediate thought was that it sounded cute but would probably be on the cheesy side of entertaining A lottery winning kid just screams of simple lighthearted fun right Oh goodness gracious was I ever wrong I can not put into words how delighted I was with Bingo Summer in comparison to what I expectedWithout offering up any spoilers I will say that Bingo Summer is so much The writer visits many issues that kids deal with parents siblings step parents fitting in friends finances bullying and Yet the entire time the story remains entertaining without becoming depressing or painful We are right there with Summer as she grows and her life changes As an adult I would recommend this for tweens teens and adults There is something here for all of us to enjoy and learn from Kudos to Dawn Malone for a beautiful story