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    4.9 Stars Out Of 5
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    1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      June 22, 2008
      Ian
      This is the third in the Katie Parker Series, which is about a teenage girl in foster care because her mom is in prison for drug dealing. In this book Katies mom wants to take her back, and Katie feels torn between her mom and her foster family and friends. How can Katie show her druggie mom the love of Jesus when her mom does not want to change?I think this series is awesome! I dont like to read, but this story pulled me in right away and has showed me that reading can be fun. I like how the author mixed humor with sad situations. I found myself crying sometimes but I laughed a lot. ~~Erin, age 14~~
    2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      June 11, 2008
      Jessica Epps
      I really enjoyed reading the 3rd book in the Katie Parker series! I caught myself laughing out loud throughout the book. I'll never understand how authors can be this funny and come up with this stuff, it is pure talent! Katie Parker is a character that you continue to love throughout the series. She goes through REAL challenges and learns big lessons. The series would be a great present for teenage girls!
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      June 11, 2008
      Jessica Epps
      I really enjoyed reading the 3rd book in the Katie Parker series! I caught myself laughing out loud throughout the book. I'll never understand how authors can be this funny and come up with this stuff, it is pure talent! Katie Parker is a character that you continue to love throughout the series. She goes through REAL challenges and learns big lessons. The series would be a great present for teenage girls!
    4. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      May 31, 2008
      R_Alexander
      Whats not to love? Take a quirky (make that really quirky) foster grandmother, a tough situation with her real mom, add a little romance, and you get Katie Parker. The Big Picture was an awesome, cant-put-it-down book. The hilarious schemes of Maxine (Katies foster grandma) left me laughing out loud (and cringing at times). Katies behavior and thoughts, especially with her just out of jail mom, were so honest and real. I couldnt help but feel connected to Katie. Its a fantastic book! Youve gotta read it!
    5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      May 22, 2008
      Jennifer AlLee
      In The Big Picture, Jones brings us the third act of her Katie Parker Production Series. Katie's given her life to Christ, but that doesn't mean everything is all sunshine and happiness. Between the return of her ex-convict mother, the romantic trials of her foster grandma Mad Maxine, and being drawn to her not-sure-if-he's-a-boyfriend Charlie, Katie's got a lot going on in her life. Jones writes with humor and a heart for teens. She never speaks down to the young people who will read this book. But this isn't just a young adult novel. Even if you're old enough not to get carded anymore, I guarantee you'll enjoy this story of family ties and trust.
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