Saturday, June 6, 2015

Sorry I'm Not Sorry ~ Mean Girl Makeover #3 {Book Review}


Sorry I'm Not Sorry 
Mean Girl Makeover
 #3 

230 pages 
Recommended age 8-12



"Bullies aren’t born mean—through the vicious cycle of mean, bullies are made."

Little about this book:
Sorry I'm Not Sorry, book three in the Mean Girl Makeover Series tells the story from the perspective of the bully, showing kids that bullies aren't born bullies-and they certainly do not have to stay bullies. It is hard for tweens to imagine why a bully acts the way that they do. Sorry I'm Not Sorry shows us that we have the power to stop bullying through mutual understanding and acts of love.



Kylie Steppe has always been the queen bee.  But when Kylie's mean girl ways get her expelled for bullying fellow students, Kylie is forced to attend mandatory counseling and volunteer at an arts summer camp for underprivileged kids.   Determined to get back in school and , more importantly, back on the cheer leading squad, Kylie plans to fake her way through counseling. But when Kylie' posse turns on her and she find herself the victim of a bullying campaign on Instagram, Kylie is forced to face why she's known as the queen of mean.  

Written by bestselling author, Nancy Rue, each book in the Mean Girl Makeover trilogy focuses on a different character's point of view: the bully, the victim, and the bystander. The books, base on Scripture, show solid biblical solutions to the bullying problem that can actually help girls. 

   Little about the author:

 Nancy Rue is the author of 122 books, including 11 novels for adults, 17 for teens, and 61 for tween readers, as well as 2 parenting books, 33 non-fiction books for tweens and teens, and the features for the FaithGirlz Bible. Her Lily Series, published by Zondervan, has sold well over one million copies. Her ability to relate to a wide audience has made her a popular radio and television guest and an in-demand speaker and teacher for writer's conferences across the country. She has been a regular keynoter for The Young Writer's Institute, Virtuous Reality Ministries, and Zondervan's Beauty of Believing Tour for FaithGirlz. Nancy is the cofounder of the Writers Workshops held annually at Glen Eyrie, Colorado and also offers a one-one-one Writing Mentorship program and two-day intensives for small groups of writers. Her latest titles include the Christy Award winning Reluctant Prophet trilogy for adult readers (David C. Cook) The Whole Guy Thing (Zondervan) for teens, and the Mean Girl Makeover trilogy for tweens (Tommy Nelson, as well as the first of three novels written with Rebecca St. James for the New Adult audience. The Merciful Scar. A student of the Academy for Spiritual Formation, sponsored by the Upper Room, Nancy continues her own spiritual journey even as she writes and speaks for mothers, daughters, and would-be writers about theirs. For more information, visit her website at www.nancyrue.com. Nancy's biggest passion is for anti-bullying, and is the co-founder with Thomas Nelson of the movement SO Not Okay.
I review for BookLook Bloggers

According to the Ambassadors 4 Kids Club, one out of every four students is bullied—and 85% of these situations never receive intervention. Parents, students, and teachers have amped up solving the bullying problem for a networked generation of kids.  
I received this book for free
for reviewing purposes only
All opinion are my own. 

Sorry I'm Not Sorry is the third in the Mean Girl Trilogy, this one giving the perspective of the bully. The first book talked about the perspective with the bystander, and the second one about the perspective of the bullied one.  This book is a fiction story about tween girls and how bullying affects them and how they are able to overcome and cope with this situation. This book shows why there is the "need" to bully and how to over come it to not be the bully everyone fears to talk wrong to.  This book slowly shows why Kylie acted the way she did and how she is dealing with who she has become. The Mean Girl Trilogy doesn't excuse bullying but does help develop a understanding why bullies behave as they do.  I would recommend this for anyone with tween girls. 


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