Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous
Any meeting with the principal is grounds for concern, but Sunny has no idea what she’s done wrong. After finding out parents are complaining about her online postings during school hours, she promises to adjust her social media habits. However, when a new idea explodes in her face and online, her parents and principal decide the best way to fix her addiction with technology is to send her to a detox camp…with farm animals. And no phone. Sunny doesn’t know how she will get along without technology for weeks, especially as there is a contest for the best influencer that she is determined to win. How can she achieve her goal to be famous without a connection?
This is the message that many people need regarding technology, delivered in an honest and thought-provoking manner as Sunny attends group sessions and helps with farm tours and sheep shearing. Her reasons for turning to social media will resonate with many readers, regardless of age. While the romance may seem far-fetched as the pair are polar opposites, disagreeing with many life views, it balances out the mean girl vibes necessary in any YA read, equaling a sweet summer read.
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