What teenager wouldn’t jump at the chance to live in a parent-free house with all rent and living expenses covered? April Berman took advantage of an opportunity and who could blame her?
April thinks her life is over when her dad and step mom announce that in less than two weeks they’re moving from their cute Connecticut town to Ohio. Desperate to stay with her boyfriend Noah and her best friends Vi and Marissa, April comes up with a plan. Vi’s mom is in a touring company for Mary Poppins and won’t be home for months. But April’s parents don’t need to know that. They agree to let April live with Vi and Vi’s mom for the rest of the school year, thinking April has strong adult supervision.Continue reading “Review: Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have) by Sarah Mylnowski”