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Girl Online is the fictional blog by heroine Penny Porter, who writes about her experiences and feelings anonymously because she feels she can be more honest and open that way.
The pitfalls of posting online don't come out until late in the story: Penny's blog followers are overwhelmingly positive and supportive; she experiences no trolling until her identity is revealed and rumors circulate about her love life.
Penny's family, best friend Elliot, and love interest in New York, Noah, are practically perfect in every way. Add your rating See all 9 kid reviews. It's a place where she can be honest and cope with life's ups and downs thanks to the blog's supportive followers. Her mother's work provides the opportunity to travel to New York City for Christmas, and Penny is just as happy to get away from the embarrassing video of her falling onstage that's just gone viral.
In New York she meets the dreamy Noah, and the two start to fall for each other. But Penny will have to go back home in a few days. What will happen when Penny gets back to reality? And can she and Noah hold on to what they have?
Older teens and young adults will have a harder time digesting the highly idealized people and situations that surround the predictable plot. It's a fun, light escape for young romance fans and can be an opening for discussion about these issues with tweens who are just learning about life, both online and off.
Families can talk about facing your fears. What helps you get through things when you're afraid? What would your alter ego be called, and why? Do you agree with Penny that keeping a diary is pointless and dull? Are there things you might write to yourself that you wouldn't want others to see?
Is posting anonymously a good solution for wanting to be read but also wanting to be honest? Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners. See how we rate. Common Sense Media, a nonprofit organization, earns a small affiliate fee from Amazon or iTunes when you use our links to make a purchase.
Thank you for your support. Our ratings are based on child development best practices. We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate. The star rating reflects overall quality and learning potential. Learn how we rate. For Your Family Log in Sign me up. Is it ok for kids to read books outside their reading levels? Penny starts blogging about her problems, such as school drama, friends, family, boys and the panic attacks she has been having.
When things in her life go from bad to worse her family travels to New York City where her mother is organising a wedding. Attending the wedding, Penny meets a musician, Noah, with whom she falls in love, resulting in her blog going viral. While based around similar experiences, Sugg has stated that the book is "in no way autobiographical". Penguin stated that "Sugg did not write Girl Online on her own", stating that she "has worked with an expert editorial team to help her bring to life her characters and experiences in a heartwarming and compelling story".
Girl Online was officially released on 25 November , though Penguin stated that due to high demand "every bookseller broke the embargo on its sale" before this date.
The UK and US covers feature different images provided by Sugg's fans, selected via a competition hosted on Instagram. Girl Online broke the record for the highest ever first-week sales for a debut author since records began in , selling a total of 78, copies, making it the fastest selling book of A sequel entitled Girl Online: On Tour was released on 20 October A third book, Girl Online: Going Solo was confirmed by Sugg on 8 July and published on 17 November Girl Online received a mixed review from Anita Singh for The Daily Telegraph , who awarded it a score of three out of five.
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