Love, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
I was looking forward to this book since Stargirl was quite good. In this sequel, Spinelli shows us Stargirl's side of the story. This is the next year and she is home schooled again and her family moved to Pennsylvania. She meets a bunch of quirky characters and continues her own quirky behaviors. This is solid, but I'm not sure that it stands alone and it took most of the book to hook me. Eventually, the new characters become interesting but the continuous lamenting over Leo gets old fast, so I say NAY.