Order of Mostly Miserable Life Of April Sinclair Books
The Mostly Miserable Life of April Sinclair is a series of young adult/children’s books by American author Laurie Friedman. The title character is a thirteen-year-old girl who must deal with the very awkward phase of the early teenage years.
Laurie Friedman began her Mostly Miserable Life of April Sinclair series in 2013 with the book Can You Say Catastrophe?. The series is currently ongoing. Below is a list of Laurie Friedman’s Mostly Miserable Life of April Sinclair books in order of when they were first published (which is the same as their chronological order):
Publication Order of Mostly Miserable Life Of April Sinclair Books
|Can You Say Catastrophe?||(2013)|
|Too Good to Be True||(2013)|
|Truth and Kisses||(2014)|
|Love or Something Like It||(2015)|
|Not What I Expected||(2015)|
|Too Much Drama||(2016)|
Mostly Miserable Life of April Sinclair Synopsis: Can You Say Catastrophe? by Laurie Friedman introduces young readers to April Sinclair. April Sinclair just wants what any normal thirteen-year-old desires: to disown her parents and annoying little sisters; to get away to summer camp (now) with her two best friends, Billy and Brynn; and to make a good impression on Matt Parker, the hot new boy who lives next door. Unfortunately, Matt witnesses April’s utter humiliation at her birthday party. Then Billy kisses her. Just as April is trying to figure things out, her parents cancel her camp plans in lieu of a family RV trip. A summer of babysitting her sisters and “re-bonding” with her family isn’t how she imagined life as a teenager. And it certainly won’t help her straighten out her feelings about Billy or Matt. Is there any silver lining to a road trip in The Clunker with her family of misfits?