Breaking Up Is Hard To Do by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt

As her father’s wedding approaches, Christine needs help more than ever to process her grief over her mother’s death, but her friends are all fighting with each other.

The second book in the Miracle Girls series, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do has a darker tone than Miracle Girls, and as a result goes a lot deeper. Angsty Christine is angrier and sadder than any of Anne & May’s protagonists to date, and in her pain she’s eminently relatable. They also do a good job showing how even the best of friendships can go sour, and present a good model to girls for how to mend broken relationships.

2 thoughts on “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt”

  1. BLESS YOU for writing a review, Ms. Superfast.

    I must say, Christine is my favorite Miracle Girl. I know I’m supposed to love them all equally but I can’t help it!

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