Breakfast Served Anytime by Sarah Combs is told from the perspective of Gloria, the fun and perky main character.
Breakfast Served Anytime by Sarah Combs is told from the perspective of Gloria, the fun and perky main character. She goes away for the summer to “geek camp”, a camp for gifted and talented kids. When she gets there and even before she leaves, mysterious blue butterflies beginning appearing almost everywhere she goes. Even with the mystery of the butterflies Gloria is determined to have a great and productive summer while recovering from the recent loss of her beloved grandmother and missing her best friend. She meets many new friends at the summer camp including a guy she nicknames “The Mad Hatter” who is weird and creeps her out but for some reason, she can’t seem to stop thinking about him. But throughout all the fun and games, things seem to be turning out harder for Gloria then she thought.
I would recommend this book to middle school girls, maybe 6th or 7th grade. This is for some adult language and suggestive content. Any girls looking for a book to read over the summer or just some romance would probably fall in love with this book and all its characters. This is definitely one of those books that you can not put down. It is a page-turner for sure. I give this book 4 ½ stars out of 5 because it is a little slow moving at some points but most tween girls would love it. It is a realistic fiction novel so girls would also love it because it can relate to lots of people, girls especially. Breakfast Served Anytime is 261 pages of never-ending entertainment that will have you reading for hours.