Picture Imperfect

Picture Imperfect Being a girl isn t always easy Twelve year old JJ loves three things her great grandma her cat and photography But she s never going to be a real photographer unless she gets better equipment When h

  • Title: Picture Imperfect
  • Author: Susan Thogerson Maas
  • ISBN: 9781941720110
  • Page: 336
  • Format: ebook
  • Picture Imperfect

    Being a girl isn t always easy.Twelve year old JJ loves three things her great grandma, her cat, and photography But she s never going to be a real photographer unless she gets better equipment When her best friend, Kat, discovers a photo contest with the grand prize of a fancy digital camera the kind JJ s parents could never afford she jumps at the chance to win it.ThiBeing a girl isn t always easy.Twelve year old JJ loves three things her great grandma, her cat, and photography But she s never going to be a real photographer unless she gets better equipment When her best friend, Kat, discovers a photo contest with the grand prize of a fancy digital camera the kind JJ s parents could never afford she jumps at the chance to win it.Things start going wrong when ditzy Aunt Lissa moves in under mysterious circumstances and JJ s forced to share her room Why did Lissa lose her job anyway Kat has all sorts of theories theories that bring trouble than the girls can imagine.Gram s not doing so great, the cat s always trying to sneak out, and Aunt Lissa s ruining JJ s summer According to Gram, photography is JJ s God given talent, but how can that be true when everything keeps going wrong If a young girl in your life loves cats, a bit of independence, and contests, she ll become best friends with JJ through the pages of Picture Imperfect Get a copy for her today and encourage her to follow her own dreams.2016 Christian Small Publishers Book of the Year for Ages 8 12

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    1. Julie

      JJ's passion is photography and if she believes her grandma, it's also her God-given talent. So, when JJ's best friend Kat tells her about a local photo contest, JJ sets her eyes on the grand prize - her dream camera! JJ uses the camera Gram gave her for her birthday and together with Kat, they search high and low for the perfect picture. In addition to taking pictures, JJ spends her time visiting Gram and chasing Tasha, her wayward cat. Her parents are busy, her aunt is driving her crazy, and t [...]

    2. Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews

      Enjoyable YA book with a message, that we are all loved by God even if we don't know it.The story is enjoyable and could have been anyone's life - JJ's aunt comes to live with them for awhile and she has to share her room with her. I think both JJ and Lissa learned something from sharing the room, that it is about compromise. Hard thing for a teenager to learn sometimes!JJ also learns about loss and death, but I think it made her a stronger person for it.The author does a great job of making the [...]

    3. Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)

      About this book:“Twelve-year-old JJ loves three things: her great-grandma, her cat, and photography. But she’s never going to be a real photographer unless she gets better equipment. When her best friend, Kat, discovers a photo contest with the grand prize of a fancy digital camera—the kind JJ’s parents could never afford—she jumps at the chance to win it. Things start going wrong when ditzy Aunt Lissa moves in under mysterious circumstances and JJ’s forced to share her room. Why did [...]

    4. Andrea Cox

      Fun for preteens and teens. Deals with self-image in a way that encourages youths to feel good about themselves and go for their dreams. Really enjoyed this one.

    5. Tonya Ellis

      Picture Imperfect is a feel good book with a beautiful message on following your dreams. I cheered for main character J.J. as she strived to win the grand prize in the photography competition while dealing with many obstacles along the way. The scenes with J.J. and her friend Kat are fun and entertaining, and the lessons on faith are woven in without being preachy. Middle grade girls will especially enjoy this book.

    6. Sheila

      JJ is twelve and loves photography. Her grandmother gave her a camera for her birthday, but already she aspires to something far more expensive and hopes to win the perfect SLR through a photography contest. Meanwhile her aunt has come to stay, and JJ has to share her bedroom. When the aunt fails to close the kitchen door, JJ’s cat escapes. And soon JJ’s just wishing she could escape from it all. Winning the contest – that would solve all her problems, or so she believes.JJ’s grandmother [...]

    7. Andi

      Oh Boy, could I relate to JJ. My dad has a couple of crazy sisters that became my Aunt's and there was never a dull moment. One came to live with us for awhile when she was pregnant with her son Aaron. I'll never forget that time as long as I live. She took me to Peaches records when I was ten or eleven, I had never been in that store, and I remember feeling super cool after she took me there.This is a great story for young teen/tween girls who are wondering who they are. The message is clear th [...]

    8. Julie Surface

      Susan Maas' Picture Imperfect is a middle-grade novel about JJ, a teenager who loves photography. Through trials involving her visiting Aunt Lissa, JJ finds comfort and counsel from her great-grandmother and her friend and neighbor Kat. This is a well-developed story with a satisfying ending. I shared this book with my discerning ten-year-old neighbor, and she loved it--read it in a day. With Cora's good recommendation, I will be donating this book to my church library.

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