The Mother-Daughter Book Club Analysis

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The Mother-Daughter Book Club is a series of novels by American contemporary fiction, fantasy, and historical fiction author Heather Vogel Frederick. The first novel of the highly popular series was the 2007 published Mother-Daughter Book Club that made the name of the author. Frederick published the first novel in the series in 2007, and has not looked back since, publishing over six more titles in the series by 2016. The series follows the stories of four girls and their relationships to each other and with their mothers. The take the format of a book club, an increasingly popular way of bonding the US where mothers and daughters come together to read books, and use the narratives and the time they spend together to have better relationships. The Mother-Daughter Book Club series is composed of four girls and their mothers all of whom have very different personalities. Over the course of the novels the girls grow and become more mature, learning how to deal with a variety of challenges that increasingly become complex as they …show more content…

The first novel of the The Mother-Daughter Book Club series introduces us to a motley crew of four strong willed girls and their mothers who are part of a monthly book club. The mothers come together to form a book club though the girls are not so excited about the idea. Jess is missing her mother so much to care about reading a book, Emma has read practically every book you can think of, Cassidy prefers hockey practice and Megan is more interested in shopping. However, the monthly book club ritual that begins with the reading of Little Women soon becomes a platform where the four girls help each other deal with the challenges of middle school. Taking lessons from Jo March, they deal with a range of issues from first dance fashion fiascos, bullying, secret journals, secret crushes and familial

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