Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless – Christmas Book Review
A Christmas Book For Teens
In this Christmas book for teens about a group of teenagers who work at the local Goodfoods Grocery Store, we meet Chloe. Chloe is spending her first Christmas in a new town and is determined to manage typical teenage stuff with her time at work. Things like, make new friends, offer the cute bagger a ride home, and actually remember to turn off the ringer on her cell phone when she gets to work.
What Is Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless All About?
In this Christmas Book For Teens, Chloe and the other teenagers employed at the local grocery store are accused of stealing around $10,000 in charity money. The theft is discovered on Christmas Eve. Chloe, a huge fan of Nancy Drew and Sherlock Holmes, wants nothing more than to solve the crime herself before the cops show up. While they wait for the cops to arrive, new friendships are formed, hard words are exchanged, and a life or death situation arises.
Why I Liked Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless
- Chloe is a list writer and her lists make me chuckle. Lists with titles like Top Ten Things My Mother Can Never Ever Find Out About, Top Ten Weirdest Things To Ever Happen In A Goodfoods Grocery Store, and Great Moments of Cluelessness In History, all made me laugh.
- The characters make for believable teenagers.
- The mystery of the stolen money makes this Christmas story a mystery. Mysteries are my favorite kinds of stories.
- This makes a great Christmas Book for Teens.
From The Book Jacket of Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless
Chloe would rather be anywhere than locked in work jail (aka the break room) with five of her coworkers… even if one of them is Tyson. But if they can band together to clear their names, what looks like a total disaster might just make Chloe’s Top Ten Best Moments.
About The Author of Top Ten Clues Your Clueless – Liz Czukas
Liz Czukas is the author of Ask Again Later, and Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless. And as her not-at-all-secret pen name Ellie Cahill, she is the author of When Joss Met Matt, Call Me Maybe, and Just a Girl (June 2016). Liz’s books are often compared to John Hughes movies, while Ellie usually gets compared to Nora Ephron. Either way, if you like a good 80s rom-com, you’ve found the right place. When they’re not writing fun, funny romances full of shenanigans and awkward kisses, Liz and Ellie are at home with her/their family and a golden retriever with different ideas about the definition of “dog bed.”
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