Ask Emma is the first book in a new middle grade book series by bestselling mother-daughter duo, Sheryl & Carrie Berk. Recommended for children ages 8 to 12, Ask Emma shares an important anti-cyberbullying message for kids. Thanks Little Bee Books for partnering for this giveaway!
As a parent, I really worry about Cyberbullying, and appreciate that this book reaches kids before the high school years. My 9-year old doesn’t have any social accounts and has limited internet access, so we fortunately haven’t had to deal with any cyberbullying. However, classroom bullying is something Tati has experienced in fourth grade. Kids can be so cruel.
I recommend reading this book along with your child, and having a discussion about it.
In this book, Emma has good intentions when starting an advice column blog for her classmates. Challenges quickly arise and Emma is faced with having to make the decision to stand up for what she believes in. Reading this book was a great opportunity to share with Tati the importance of staying true to her heart and not giving into peer pressure or bullying.
BE BRAVE. BE KIND. BE YOU.
Emma Woods knows just how to fix all her peers’ problems-or so she thinks-in this first book in the brand-new middle grade series Ask Emma, from the bestselling creators behind the Cupcake Club series!
When 13-year-old Emma Woods gets that tingling feeling in her fingertips, she knows she’s on to a great idea–and starting an advice blog for her classmates at Austen Middle may be one of her most brilliant ones yet! Who better to give advice on friendship, style, school, and even crushes than someone who’s going through it too?
But when Ask Emma goes live, she quickly realizes not everyone sees it that way. Suddenly, Emma is bombarded with peers asking her to help them postpone quizzes, get out of detention, and cut gym class short. This wasn’t exactly what she had in mind. . . .What’s worse, someone is posting hurtful comments, telling her to mind her own business. Despite her good intentions, Emma’s blog seems to only be getting her-and her friends–deeper and deeper into trouble.
Will Ask Emma come to an end before it’s really begun? Or can Emma find her voice, write what’s in her heart, and truly stand up for what she believes in?
Get a sneak peek of Ask Emma HERE.
Learn more at LittleBeeBooks.com
About the Authors
A New York Times-bestselling author several times over, Sheryl Berk is most proud of the dozens of books she has co-written with her daughter, Carrie, including The Cupcake Club and Fashion Academy series. Ask Emma is their third collaboration.
At only fifteen years old, Carrie Berk is already a bestselling children’s book author, playwright, dancer, singer, actor, model and lifestyle blogger.
Sheryl and Carrie are proud to work with No Bully, an organization committed to leading kids into a cyberbully-free world. Learn more at NoBully.org.
ASK EMMA GIVEAWAY (MOTHER-DAUGHTER ADVICE SWAP)
Exchange advice with your middle-grader! One (1) winner receives:
Two (2) copies of Ask Emma
Plus a $50 Visa gift card to plan a girls day out!
Giveaway open to US addresses only.
Prizing and samples provided by Little Bee Books.
claudia M. says
I would share this book with my kids and also donate a copy to their middle school teacher. What a great recommended read! Thank you for the chance!
Jan Lee says
I’d read this to my great niece as she’s not in middle school yet but loves computers! 🙂
Katherine Persons says
https://twitter.com/mkjmc/status/994162323802730496 i think I put the wrong link in got distracted sorry
Debra Holloway says
I really like the description about the book, sounds interesting.
Calshondra Williams says
I would love the book for my grandchildren to read sounds really interesting. They love to read. Thanks for the opportunity and chance.
Debarshi Das says
My 2nd cousin would love this book, since she’s going to be a teenager soon. Also, I look forward to winning this awesome giveaway. 🙂
Jenna Hudson says
Love the illustrations on this book. Perfect reading level for my daughter.
This sounds like a great book for young girls struggling to sand up for what they believe in!
Kelly Kimmell says
I think my daughter would really enjoy reading this book.
Holly Thomas says
My niece would love this!