Pies & Prejudice

Will the book club survive with one of the members moving to England?

By Heather Vogel Frederick Read by Cris Dukehart , Amy Rubinate , Kate Rudd and Emily Woo Zeller Contemporary / Family Life / Young Adult Fiction English, Unabridged 9h 32m Sell Sheet
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Part 4 of the Mother-Daughter Book Club series.

Description
							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. 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.
Reviews

Fans of the series will not be disappointed with this installment. With four effervescent heroines, several budding romances, an ambitious cooking venture, and a hefty pinch of drama, Pies has instant teen appeal, this book makes an excellent introduction to one of the most masterful - and popular - writers of all time. Don't be surprised if 12-year-olds start checking out Pride & Prejudice after reading this teen-tailored adaptation. - School Library Journal

The book club goes on with a little help from the Internet, and the friendships, romance, and literary fun are still lively, making this a solid bet where the series is popular. - Booklist