Chicken Nuggets... are Everything
Hello, everyone! Today, y’all are blessed by new book review post about Pippa Morgan’s Diary: Love and Chicken Nuggets. So, for those that love the UK, and admire Queen Elizabeth II greatly, this book is part of the series that was written by Annie Kelsey. Pippa has two parents whom are divorced, and let’s say that she spends the weekends with her father and the weeks with her mother.
“Meet Pippa Morgan, a small girl with a BIG imagination, and read her hilarious diary, packed with doodle illustrations. It's nearly Valentine's Day and Pippa's class have been given a project about 'lurve' - blargh! Then Pippa decides to start another project - Project Find Mum Love. Will she be able to find Mum a husband by 14th February?” – Goodreads.
When I first read this book (some years ago), I thought that ‘mum’ was the wrong way of saying ‘mom’. But of course, back then, I didn’t understand that the way Americans spoke. Mum is the way British people say mom, as well as ‘colour’ and ‘favourite’.
But enough rambling, let’s get judging!
My favorite chapter was Monday, February 10th. Pippa is very funny – and, her way of speaking captured my attention.
Pippa tries to get her mom to date her teacher, Mr. Bacon. I know. Weird Name. The reason why Pippa is trying that hard is because her mom and dad are divorced (as I said before), and she doesn’t want her Mom to spend Valentine’s Day alone, since her father is already dating.
The story continues – and crazy things happen! Pippa just got told that her best friend, Catie, didn’t taste a nugget! In her ENTIRE LIFE.
I mean, all of us remember that moment when our parents took us to McDonald’s to eat chicken nuggets and fries with ketchup. Or maybe your parents didn’t, if they’re vegan (no offence to those vegan readers out there).
And then she brings Catie chicken nuggets, and that’s how the rest of the story unfolds.
Pippa tries to make her mom look presentable enough for Mr. Bacon.
But, the day Pippa tried to gain detention (long story), and she didn’t, her mom came to school pretty. But the day Pippa actually got the detention – her mother came with horrible clothes and wasn’t wearing any makeup, at all.
So, after that catastrophe, Pippa decided to give up and stopped trying to make Mr. Bacon and her mom get together and decided to pay attention to class and do her chores at home.
Therefore, I give this book 7/10. I think it’s a good book if you’re a girl that’s beginning to read. But, if you’re a more developed reader that has read a lot of other books, then you’ll consider that this book is good for passing the time.
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