Disneylanders review by PASTERSY01
Disneylanders
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Jacksonville, Florida, United States
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In Disneylanders, Acacia "Casey" Allison is about to start highschool. She and her family always go on an annual Disneyland summer vacation trip with her best friend. Yet, things are already different during this vacation, since Casey's ex-best friend isn't coming. After losing her best friend, Casey suspects this will be the worst summer ever, until she meets the cute boy at the park. Could this mysterious boy make her summer worth the while? Or is this the end of Casey's perfect summer vacations?

Opinion: 

I think this was a wonderful book to read, and I could never put it down! Abbott does a wonderful job of creating the setting, and developing the characters. You can tell she probably had fun writing this, considering all the laughable moments she's included in the book. This was certaintly a different genre than I would usually choose to read, but I'm glad I read it!  People who like to read young adult books, and reading about the obstacles teenagers face should read this book. The character interactions in the book are awesome! Abbott really makes the characters come to life, and makes the mean girls Casey encounters feel real not just stereotypical mean girls in a story. She also makes Casey relatable to readers that have a hard time getting over change. Casey is such a well developed character that the story just comes alive. 

Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

Kissing but nothing too extreme.
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