Thursday, January 30, 2014

Review of the book Riley Mae and the Rock Shocker Trek by Jill Osborne

I really enjoyed this book, I will be giving it to my friend when I am done reading it, she is 10 and enjoys reading and is a tomboy!

This book is about a girl named Riley Mae who is a fan of softball and a company asks her to be the spokesman for their shoes. They end up putting her on a TV commercial, selling shoes everywhere,etc. She did everything for that company! The scariest photo-shoot she ever did was Yosemite to show that you can wear these shoes anywhere, and her photographer ends up getting hurt and has to be helicopter lifted to the hospital where later he ends up being ok! Alot of other stuff went into the book but I really enjoyed it and read it in 2 days!. I like this book because it showed how strong a girl can be and a good role model for a company. We need more role models like that. Such as how on my show Rozzoli and Isles, the main cop is a woman and she is strong and awesome. I look up to her because she doesn't get scared and always gets the job completed and done. We need more powerful women role models because more people prefer to see men do the hard stuff and women are seen as scared, hopeless people who need tough men to save them which I disagree with. Woman can do what men can do and more. We need to stand up for ourselves.

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