Switched by Bill Myers

This series for kids is entertaining and funny.  I love the made-up words and the futuristic gadgets that somehow always manage to malfunction to create catastrophe after catastrophe.  Through these catastrophes, TJ learns some life lessons that help shape her into the leader she will become (if we believe Herby and Tuna).  In this book, TJ learns about forgiveness and works on forgiving Hesper (the mean girl from her school).  Fans of Freaky Friday will enjoy this take on switching places with others.  I like the way readers learn about forgiveness in a funny and entertaining way that appeals to kids.

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