Dear PI Fashion-Forward Book Club Girls,
The school year is coming to a close already (Can you believe it?), and to take your mind off final exams, we’re back with another great read for the Project Inspired Book Club. For the month of May, we’ve picked a really fun easy read so you can take a break from all that brain work and enjoy a few moments of downtime to recharge. The book is called Catie Conrad: How to Become the Most UnPopular Girl in Middle School by Angie Spady, and it is the hilarious diary of style diva Catie Conrad, a middle school girl who loves art and fashion and hates dealing with the class queen bee Miranda.
Even if you’re in high school or college already, I hope you won’t think this book is too young for you. I promise you’ll still relate to all of Catie’s highs and lows, from academic challenges (she hates math and loves art) to problems with her BFF to parents who don’t get her. Plus, this book is so cute! it’s designed like a real diary, with lined pages and Catie’s doodles and drawings on every page.
This book is the second in the “Diva Diaries” series and gives us some great reminders of how to stay strong in our faith, as Catie ends most entries with her personal prayer requests, quotes scriptures to herself when she is faced with difficulties, and includes some of the godly and good advice she gets from adults and her close friend Sophie.
If you get caught up sometimes in girl drama at school, major crushes that end in disaster, or stressful moments at home with your family, you’ll relate to the daily dilemmas Catie Conrad finds herself facing. And maybe some of the ways Catie finds to deal with her stress can help you too!
Praying you’ll join us in the May book club reading and that each and every one of my sweet PI girls will do awesome on their finals. You can get your copy of Catie Conrad: How to Become the Most UnPopular Girl in Middle School at your local Christian bookstore or order it here or here. Also, we’d love to hear what your plans are for the summer. Who’s going on some great missions trips? Who’s helping out at home? Let us know at www.projectinspired.com.
Blessings, my sweet Book Club girls,