Synopses & Reviews
The Sisters Eight are back in a new adventure! This time, Georgia gets her chance to be the hero--if she doesn't completely mess things up!
In the first two installments of the Sisters Eight, we met the sisters (octuplets) and their eight cats. We discovered Mommy and Daddy disappeared (or died) and that to find out what happened to them, each girl must discover her power and gift. Annie and Durinda both found theirs. We also learned that the girls' nosy neighbor The Wicket is very interested in what Mommy was working on before she disappeared (or died).
In this, the third book, the plot thickens: Mrs. McGullicudy, the girls' teacher, is AWOL, and the substitute teacher is too beautiful to be believed (in your narrator's humble opinion.) Does her beautiful facade hide an evil soul? (These are books. Of course it does.) And Georgia makes a blunder that could keep the girls' from ever finding their parents. Are the Sisters Eight doomed to live alone forever?
"Baratz-Logsted and Co.s intrepid octuplets return for the third installment in this eight-part series (Annies Adventures, 2009, etc.) . . . Webers humorous sketches aptly capture the more comical elements of the story. This strong follow-up leaves the Sisters 8 and readers poised and eager for their next adventure."--Kirkus Reviews
What Readers Have to Say:
"I loved this book! I didn't think I would like this series but I can't stop reading these books!"--Olivia, age 8
"I really liked Georgia's Greatness because it is full of adventures and magic it always sucks me into the book."--Sylvie, 9
The Sisters Eight are back in a new adventure. Mrs. McGullicudy, the girls' teacher, is AWOL, and the substitute teacher is too beautiful to be believed. Does her beautiful facade hide an evil soul?
About the Author
Lauren Baratz-Logsted began writing for adults, but has also written for teens and for tweens. Greg Logsted, husband of Lauren, has written one novel.
Jackie Logsted, daughter of Lauren and Greg, is making her literary debut.
She is eight years old. The Baratz-Logsted/Logsted family lives in Danbury, Connecticut.