Cat Girl's Day Off

By Children's Literature

The kids had fun and believable personalities and Natalie’s voice had just the right amount of sarcasm and self-loathing to make it pure teen without becoming overly angst-y. The celeb element (her friends over the top fan mania and the actors themselves) balanced nicely with Natalie’s more down-to-earth way of looking at things. As a bonus there’s an author’s note about the movie and John Hughes. This is a soft X-Men-ish sort of tale that tweens are sure to enjoy.

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