Soprano Trouble

Summer McKidd is a bright, compassionate 7th grader She has a good group of friends, which can be a hard feat for someone in junior high She and her friends love to sing in their choir at school, and this is where her trouble begins At the fall concert, her friends drag her into a mean prank and Summer is soon sentenced to nursery duty at church When she walks into theSummer McKidd is a bright, compassionate 7th grader She has a good group of friends, which can be a hard feat for someone in junior high She and her friends love to sing in their choir at school, and this is where her trouble begins At the fall concert, her friends drag her into a mean prank and Summer is soon sentenced to nursery duty at church When she walks into the nursery, she sees that the victim of their prank is also a volunteer Summer begins a friendship with this girl but soon sees that she will have to choose between her group of friends and her new friend Can Summer do what is right and keep her friends
Soprano Trouble Summer McKidd is a bright compassionate th grader She has a good group of friends which can be a hard feat for someone in junior high She and her friends love to sing in their choir at school and

  • Title: Soprano Trouble
  • Author: Victoria Kimble
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Soprano Trouble”

    1. WOW!! I can't wait to have my girls read this! It's all about peer pressure and middle school drama. We know that will never go away! How to deal with it is tricky, even when your parents raised you to be a good kid. So many situations come up amongst friendships, it's hard for girls to figure out how to navigate them well. Do you stand by your old friend out of loyalty or stand up for what is right? My favorite line is ‘Bad company corrupts good morals.’ Such a good reminder! I received an [...]

    2. Summer McKidd is a remarkable good kid who gets caught up in the emotions of comparison and fitting in and end up in a situation that she didn't plan. How will she handle the aftermath? Can she stand up for what's right without hurting her friends?Kimble has perfectly captured the joy and angst that middle school girls are subjected to on a regular basis. Great read especially for girls in the 9-12 range. Leaves parents with an opportunity to discuss peer pressure and the the issues of associati [...]

    3. Excellent tween book! Soprano Trouble tackles real issues that plague this age group, focusing on friendship and bullying and being torn between the two. Victoria Kimble is able to capture the angst and essence of middle school girls in this book. Even as an adult reading this, I could relate to the characters and when the book ended I wanted to read more. Luckily this will be a series of books, so we will get to find out more! This book also uses practical biblical truths in an organic way that [...]

    4. Well, this was just delightful! I'm always on the lookout for a good series for my daughter, who is just a touch younger than the target demographic here, but will be ready for it soon - and I think the Choir Girls series is going to be just perfect.I'm always impressed when an author can write a book that really captures the essence of junior high - that self-absorbed yet truly seeking part of a young person's life. Kimble infuses this novel with enough fun to draw her audience in, yet remains [...]

    5. Oh the Angst! Oh the Drama!! Oh what's a good girl to do when faced with the seemingly impossible choice of being loyal to your lifelong friends or doing the right thing even if it means you and they might get in trouble! This wonderful story accurately depicts the trials and tribulations of middle school and empowers young readers to figure out how they too can handle similar situations. It points out that they know what to do without being preachy! This is an excellent read for kids in 4th-8th [...]

    6. My daughter is on the fringe of this age group, and as she gets older I'm constantly looking for age appropriate ways to encourage her to make good decisions and to stand up for what she believes in. Victoria Kimble's Soprano Trouble does a great job with describing the unique tension of middle school years. Kids are beginning to be able to really choose their friends, and it's hard to stand up for something if it means going against those you consider cool. Kimble's book took me immediately bac [...]

    7. Took me right back to Jr. High and all the drama that it involves. Great story line and application of a young girl who faces tough decisions in her circle of friends. VERY realistic and encouraging to young readers & parents alike. We need more books like this on the shelf in schools, librarys and homes. I'm ordering copies for several of my friends. I received an ARC from Touch Point Press in exchange for an honest review. Can't wait for more stories from this Author!

    8. Victoria Kimble has mastered the emotions of a tween girl! This story follows the story of four friends that get themselves into a typical middle school friendship scuffle that revolves around choir participation and a girl on the fringe. The end result leaves you with a teachable moment with your own tween girl! A timely topic and an encouraging story! I received an advanced reader copy from the publisher. This is my honest review.

    9. Excellent! Victoria Kimble did an amazing job defining and bringing out the individuality of each of her characters. The story is well-written, with great characters, good dialogue and terrific description. I’m looking forward to the rest of the The Choir Girls Series. I received an advanced reader copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

    10. Fantastic read!! A great story on friendship and is very relatable to the target audience. My daughter is in love with this series already! I did receive this book in return of an honest review. Can't wait until the second book!

    11. Soprano Trouble is a book my kids and I loved! That's saying a lot because I have 12- and 10-year old BOYS and a 3 year old girl.Victoria Kimble did an excellent job of bringing to life junior high - such a nice job, in fact, that I was flooded with my own memories of growing up. We have all been there, haven't we? I know I have! In elementary school, I could identify with the young girl who gets relentlessly picked on. In junior high, I was more like Summer a nice girl with friends who didn't a [...]

    12. What a great debut to what will no doubt be a wonderful series for the tween crowd! Soprano Trouble tackles so many relevant topics, and not limited to just this age group either! Summer McKidd loves choir and loves her friends, but when jealousy over another classmates talents pushes her friends to resort to bullying, Summer must choose between what she knows in her heart to be right or her oldest friends. Victoria Kimble does a wonderful job of tackling the pressures and inner conflict that we [...]

    13. After finishing "Soprano Trouble," I know two things for sure. One, I'm glad I never had to deal with a bully like Cammie Dunn, and two, this book will be valuable for girls who do. Summer McKid seems to be the type of pre-teen to whom most girls can relate. Stretched between good and bad influences, she must juggle diverse relationships and attempt to navigate her way through the complicated landscape that is Jr. High.Victoria did a great job writing characters that are relatable, staging scena [...]

    14. Soprano Trouble depicts the real struggles that face middle school girls. The fabulous four (Summer, Cammie, Brittany, and Maddie) are best friends who do everything together. The limits of that friendship are tested when Cammie's fierce competitiveness turns mean. Victoria Kimble wonderfully depicts the struggle to choose what is right when your friend is the one doing wrong. My daughters (ages 12 and 10) and I read the book. They noted that the book is a quick read and the details kept them in [...]

    15. As a mom of 4 girls, two in the tween-ish stage, I am invested in developing their moral compass in a variety of ways. This book has a great mix of real life junior high problems, wanting to fit in, knowing what is right, and wrestling with the decisions that need to be made in a messy, organic type of way, incorporating some biblical truths that come from a 16 year old older sister. Books like these are a nice reinforcement that there will always be problems, but to keep an eye out for good fri [...]

    16. Oh my! This book was sweet and fun to read! I loved reading about these girls and was sad when I read the last page-- I want to learn more about these girls! The family relationships of the McKidd family were so sweet. I love how they walk through and help their daughter process all of the emotions she goes through. This book was so interesting and very fun! Can't wait until my girls can read them.I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review.

    17. I was privileged to receive an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press for Victoria Kimble’s “Soprano Trouble”. This took me back to when I read all the books written by Judy Blume! I couldn’t put this one down and read it all in one day!! I love the story and it keeps you engaged and visualizing that you were in the story. Even more, I love the biblical and life lessons featured that will help these age of young readers relate to life even more! Can’t wait to read the next ones in [...]

    18. My 10 and 12 year old daughters immensely enjoyed Soprano Trouble and so did I! I am always on the lookout for wholesome books that my girls enjoy and this book fits the bill. Here’s what my 10 year old said, “I read Soprano Trouble in one sitting because it was so interesting. I liked the plot.” My 12 year old said, “I loved the characters and the story line! It’s a really good book by a really good author!”I received an advance reader copy of this book in exchange for my honest rev [...]

    19. A charming read for tweens about doing the right thing, fitting in and the complicated world that is friendship. My 5th grader enjoyed the book too and it opened some great discussions about what she would have done if she had been in the story. This would be a perfect book for the shelves of a middle grades classroom. Both my daughter and are are looking forward to the rest of the series.I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

    20. This is a fantastic book for girls! Middle school is tough, and it's not always easy to do the right thing. I am so excited to give this book to my daughter to read because it's incredibly important for kids to read books with a positive message! I look forward to reading the rest of "The Choir Girls" series!I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review.

    21. Remember junior high school? Victoria Kimble brings those awkward times to life through Summer McKidd, her friends, her family, and her classmates. Kimble uses humor, preteen angst, and compassion to bring her 7th-grade characters to life. Your girls will love the read and might even learn a life-lesson in the process! I'm looking forward to the next 'Choir Girls' book already.I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review.

    22. I enjoyed reading this book a lot. It showed a lot of the peer pressures that middle school kids are dealing with in a very relatable way. It left me wanting more, I was disappointed when the book was over. It is relevant and enjoyable and any middle school girl will enjoy reading it. I highly recommend it, my own 7th grader is looking forward to reading it as well.I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review.

    23. Kimble brings the angst of middle school friendships to life in this debut novel. The characters are fun, relatable, and realistic. As a mom of daughters, I enjoy that Kimble keeps the story clean and accessible to girls maintaining their innocence of childhood even in the throes of friendship troubles.I received an ARC from the publishers. This is my honest review.

    24. Excellent read. Nailed Jr. High issues. Perfect for the target age. Beautifully done l received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

    25. This book reminded me of middle school from page 1. Kimble reminds us that trying to do the right thing yet still trying to be faithful to your friends is never easy. The ideas of standing up for what's right and being brave enough to confront a friend when they are in the wrong are lessons we can all take away from. I could relate to the characters and when the book ended I wanted to read more! I can't wait to share this series with my daughter and her friends. I received an advanced reader cop [...]

    26. To get straight to the point, Soparano Trouble is a page turner and an all-around wonderful book. The author does a great job of capturing the feelings, angst, social issues, and language of middle schoolers while telling a captivating story. The message is realistic and also uplifting, and subtly includes important life lessons without coming across as cheesy. I would recommend it to any middle schooler (or even younger), girl or boy.I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in e [...]

    27. I read this great little novel in one sitting! The main character is a middle school girl, but as a single with no kids yet, it was still such a fun read. I look forward to the next installment from Victoria Kimble!I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review.

    28. This is an amazing book! I received an advanced reader copy from TouchPoint Press in exchange for an honest review, and it was truly amazing! Can't wait for others in series to come! NS, age 10.

    29. I don't have a tween daughter (or a daughter of any age), but I can enthusiastically recommend Soprano Trouble for girls in that age group. Victoria Kimble does a wonderful job of crafting a story that captures the struggle of making good choices at that age, of standing up for right when it's the hard thing to do.I like that the book promotes faith-based values. It seems like a lot of Christian fiction can be overly preachy or really kind of cheesy, but Soprano Trouble is none of that. It's wel [...]

    30. Author, Victoria Kimble, has written a winner! If you have a tween or middle schooler, you will want to check it out! I enjoyed it so much I couldn't put it down! As I read, I was reminded of my own struggles with friendships at this age and the difficulty of finding the balance of wanting to make good choices, but to be liked and included at the same time. With such a relatable storyline, your kids will definitely fall in love with the book and the characters. And as a mom, having read this boo [...]

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