The “Fix-It Friends” Series has now become one of the household favorites and while she had already read one of the series, when this book showed up it immediately moved to the top of the pile on the “to read” list. The series focuses on things and events that your child may have seen or be dealing with and they find that enjoyable to read about. They also like seeing how these problems are solved and how the solutions come up. “Fix-It Friends Eyes On The Prize” By Nicole C. Kear gets another two thumbs up in the house and we look forward to some more books in the series.
Because paying attention can be tricky.
Veronica Conti’s on a mission. She wants a trophy. She needs a trophy. She will not rest until a glorious golden trophy is in her hands! So when her school’s 100 Day Contest is announced, Veronica vows to take home the grand prize.
But when Veronica gets teamed up with none other than Matthew Sawyer, her biggest enemy, she thinks all hope is lost. Matt gets distracted and has a history of losing stuff, not to mention that he and Veronica can’t stop arguing.
To win the prize, Matt needs to organize. And to do that, he needs the Fix It Friends! Together, the friends help Matt and Veronica discover that unexpected friendship is the best prize of all.
Luciana V gives her take on the book with the new Five Questions format below:
Why did you like the book?
The Fix-It Friends is one of my favorite series. It is realistic fiction. I liked it because it was about friendship.
Did the characters on the cover look like what you imagined them in your head?
Jude did not look like I expected. Veronica and Matthew both look like I would expect. I didn’t expect Jude to have blonde hair and I expected him to be shorter.
If you could meet one character from the book who would it be and why?
I would like to meet Chloe because she sounds very smart.
Is there a character in the story that reminds you of someone you know?
Cora reminds me of one of my friends from school that moved away.
If you had to describe this book in one word, what word would you choose?