A Day to Remember

Join Annie, Katie, Tara, Beth and Angela in their first adventure by author Lydia Richmond in A Day to Remember. Illustrated by Richard Armada.

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A Day To Remember is a fun, interesting story, one that I would have loved as a 10-year-old (addicted to everything R.L. Stine and The Babysitters Club), and can enjoy with my kids now. It’s perfect for second to fifth graders who love a little bit of an unexpected, supernatural twist to their tales (are there any that don’t?).



It is really a cute story with a nice ending.  The book as really great pictures and easy to read.


Me-Mommy, Etc.

A Day to Remember by Lydia Richmond is a fun read for kids and parents alike. This book is packed with a little bit of the supernatural, surprise plot twist, and an endearing moral. A group of friends learn a very real lesson in an unexpected way. Once you start it, trust me, it will keep your focus until the end.


Teachable Mommy

It starts out with the typical activities of normal best friends, but ends up with a heartfelt story of a decision that they will remember forever.

As I read this book, I really enjoyed going back in time to when I was about their age and the enjoyment I had with my best friends as we spent our long summer days together.


Me-Mommy, Etc.

How many times have you told your children to have respect for other’s property? Once? Hundreds of times? Well, Annie and four of her friends learn that not having respect for others comes with consequences in A Day to Remember. They made the choice to take something without asking first and had quite the supernatural surprise! Now, Lydia isn’t the type of author to leave children hanging on a scary note. She ends the book with a heartwarming deed completed by the five girls that makes everyone happy. I would recommend the book for 2nd to 4th grade students.


Aries Mommy