The Hula-Hoopin' Queen

By Midwest Book Review

The Hula-Hoopin' Queen is a delight to read, showcasing active girls who compete for hula-hoopin' championships in a city neighborhood where everyone who is anyone attends the birthday party of Miz Adeline, who is like a Grandmama to Kameeka, the 139th St. Hula-Hoopin' Queen pretender. The Hula Hoopin' Queen is a bouncy, swingy, swish, swiggle, swish, rainbow ride of a read, and children of all ages, but especially girls of African American descent will love it.