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A Midsummer Tights Dream (Misadventures of Tallulah Casey) (edition 2012)

by Louise Rennison

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Title:A Midsummer Tights Dream (Misadventures of Tallulah Casey)
Authors:Louise Rennison
Info:HarperTeen (2012), Hardcover, 256 pages
Collections:2013 Archive
Rating:****
Tags:Tweens, Teens, Girls, Chick Lit, Cara Williams, 2013

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Tallulah's adventures pick up where her cousin Georgia's left off. Tallulah is in her 2nd term of a performing arts boarding school and is looking forward to perhaps learning some more as well as getting her "crazy legs' in control. She looks forward to trying to prove her worth as a performer, but sometimes finds it hard when one of her instructors seems to catch her at her worst every time she turns around. She and her friends wish one of their own goodbye and learn that the school is in danger of closing if it doesn't find more funding. Now they have to come up with a performance of a lifetime in hopes of saving the school. ( )
  TheMadHatters | Apr 10, 2013 |
These books are insane but in a good way. Louise Rennison has a knack for making the most ordinary situations seem absurd and hysterically funny. ( )
  matamgirl | Apr 3, 2013 |
I read the last book a few years ago (or whenever it came out), ad I love Rennisons work...this was great! ( )
  ChloeHallatt | Feb 18, 2013 |
Likes: If Bridget Jones had kept a diary as a teen, this would be it. Plus Tallulah is much nicer to her friends than her cousin Georgia (Rennison's other series). Helpful (albeit somewhat silly) glossary in the back of her slang terms.

Dislikes: I read the first in this series over a year ago, so whenever she would refer to something that happened in that book, I wouldn't remember the details. In other words, you need to read the books in order, and you need to read all of them to know what the characters are talking about.

Readalikes: I haven't read any other humorous British/Irish teen journal-style books other than Rennison's, but there's gotta be something similar out there! ( )
  LaneLiterati | Feb 17, 2013 |
Loved this book even more than the first one and am eagerly anticipating the next installment.

I've got a million things on my plate, so I'll give this a real review sometime soon:) ( )
  Angelina-Justice | Oct 9, 2012 |
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Now that Tallulah Casey has been officially admitted to the Dother Hall performing arts program, she knows she must stay focused and ignore the boys at Woolfe Academy if she wants to win this year's grand prize for best student performance.

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