Pies & Prejudice Book Review

Pies & Prejudice
Mother Daughter Book Club #4
Author: Heather Vogel Frederick
Pages: 378 pgs
Reading Level: YA/MG
Published: September 14th 2010

This is the 4th book of The Mother-Daughter Book Club Series.  Overall I enjoyed the book, but I was a little confused because I didn’t read the other 3 books first. In this book, the girls decide to read Pride and Prejudice.  Emma finds out that she and her parents have to move to England for one year.  The funny thing is that Emma’s parents are switching houses with a family in England. Emma’s mother’s is Pride and Prejudice and she is very excited going to live where the book took place, but Emma is not too excited.  This is her first year in high school and she wants to be with her friends.  The characters are very funny and cute and it took me back to when I was a young girl.  I recommend this book, but you should read the other 3 before picking this one up.

Summary: (from Borders) Emma's family unexpectedly moves to England, but thanks to videoconferencing the girls can keep the book club alive. And when the girls try to bring Emma home by starting a bake sale, it becomes a thriving business: Pies & Prejudice.


  1. I read the Mother/Daughter Book Club. Didn't know she made it into a series. Thanks for the post, I'll have to check out the other books. :)

  2. You definitely should pick up the first three books. I think it's one of the best middle grade series out there. It's nice to see a book about normal nice girls going through every day lives. And I like how the parents are portrayed - caring but imperfect.


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