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Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous

By Amanda Nojadera, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

YouTube star disconnects in hilarious coming-of-age tale.

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Suzanne Park's charming and hilarious coming-of-age tale about a social media influencer forced to take a digital detox is a must-read for teens. Not only will readers love the sweet romance between Sunny and Theo, but they also love the way they help each other see how technology and social media can positively and negatively affect our lives. Readers will root for Sunny as she finds a way to use her social media skills to help others while realizing she doesn't need likes and notifications to define her self-worth. As Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous progresses, teens will see the importance of creating healthy media habits, being present in the moment, and forming meaningful online and IRL relationships.

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