Imagine being sent away to a place that has no Internet or TV… awful right?
But that’s exactly what happened to the silver sisters – Marigold, Zinnia, and Lily.
Marigold has plans to meet up with her agent and even though Zinnia and Lily don’t have any plans, all three are very upset to find out that their parents are sending them to visit their Aunt Sunny in Puret for the summers – with no WiFi, TV or even their own rooms.
At first, they thought it was going to be the worst summer ever! But soon they are found eating at the Clambakes, making new friends, trying out new things, and even putting together a talent show. But things take a turn when Marigold betrays Zinnia by telling her that she can’t be in her play and that too at the last minute.
So, will their bond come and in time to save the play or will their imaginations come true, and will this really be the worst summer ever?
Find out in the Forget-me-not-summer as they go on an adventure all while learning to be sisters.
I love this book because it teaches us that boredom is not the worst thing, in fact, it can help you be creative and find something you love to do.
I recommend this book for 10–12-year-old children.
I give 5 out of 5 stars to this book and look forward to reading the sequel called ‘The Brightest Star of Summer’