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{Revenge of the Flower Girls: Jennifer Ziegler}Revenge of the Flower Girls by Jennifer Ziegler
Series: Brewster Triplets
Published by Scholastic Press on May 27, 2014
Genres: Childrens, Middle School, Realistic Fiction
Pages: 240
Format: Hardcover
Source: Scholastic Press
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{Synopsis} – In this middle-grade Bridesmaids, hilarity ensues as triplets have to stop a wedding!

One bride. Two boys. Three flower girls who won't forever hold their peace. What could go wrong with this wedding? Everything!

The Brewster triplets, Dawn, Darby, and Delaney, would usually spend their summer eating ice cream, playing with their dog, and reading about the US Presidents. But this year they're stuck planning their big sister Lily's wedding. Lily used to date Alex, who was fun and nice and played trivia games with the triplets, and no one's quite sure why they broke up. Burton, Lily's groom-to-be, is not nice or fun, and he looks like an armadillo.

The triplets can't stand to see Lily marry someone who's completely wrong for her, so it's up to them to stop the wedding before anyone says “I do!” The flower girls will stop at nothing to delay Lily's big day, but will sprinklers, a photo slideshow, a muddy dog, and some unexpected allies be enough to prevent their big sister – and the whole Brewster family – from living unhappily ever after?

{My thoughts} – Triplets can sometimes mean triple the fun or triple the trouble. In the case of these eleven year-old triplets: Dawn, Darby and Delaney it is a combination of both at an extreme level. These girls understand what the true meaning of family and friendship is and they are on a goal through out this whole book to attempt to stop their older sister Lily’s wedding. They don’t believe that her groom Burton is really the right guy for them and they all three want to see her get back together with Alex her ex boyfriend.

I really enjoyed getting to know all the triplets throughout the entire book. They are so lovable. They were always busy doing something and with the stress of the wedding it seemed like most of what they did wasn’t that bad but was made out to be terrible. I can understand how people could and can overact in extremely stressful situations.

I would like to think that if any of my children were getting married that their siblings would try to stop it for them with as much ambition as these three were trying to stop Lily’s wedding. It’s amazing how much siblings truly love each other and know what is best for each other, how connected they are. Bonds like that take years to make and those bonds are incredibly helpful when you believe a sibling is making a mistake.

That leaves us wondering if Lily got married? Did the triplets stop the wedding? What was was the final outcome? I suppose if you want those answers you will need to read the book. I can’t wait to let my daughter read this book, I am sure that she will enjoy it, especially the little adventures the girls seem to take part in.

This is a wonderful book, and I strongly recommend it for girls with siblings! Especially those with siblings about to be getting married. Also, I think it could be a wonderful read all around for any girl of any age that just needs a book with plenty of laughs in it.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.