Pretty Crooked by Elisa Ludwig; reviewed by Sydney M.
"After many years of moving, Willa’s mother finally makes it
as an artist so they begin their lives afresh in the rich suburbs of Arizona.
When Willa begins to attend the fancy private school in their new neighborhood,
she is instantly accepted by the Glitterati, the school’s popular crowd. While
Willa’s star is rising at her new school she decides to use her new-found power
for the benefit of those less fortunate, by spreading the wealth. When the cops
begin to take notice of the thefts happing to the richer kids and the
mysterious gifts being sent to the scholarship kids, will Willa get caught?
Elisa Ludwig’s novel Pretty Crooked tells Willa’s story of how good
intentions aren’t always right." - Sydney M.
If this book sounds good to you, read more here! This is another review of a book that isn't out until February, but we're excited for it to hit the shelves. This review is part of our Summer Reading Challenge.