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When a bottle of ketchup explodes all over Masha Sweet, she thinks it's an accident. She's trying to be kinder to her little sister, Sunny, so she shouldn't jump to conclusions…or should she? Turns out Sunny has devised a special science experiment that requires Masha to look totally weird all day. But Masha is not having it. If it kills her (or Sunny!) she will figure out When a bottle of ketchup explodes all over Masha Sweet, she thinks it's an accident. She's trying to be kinder to her little sister, Sunny, so she shouldn't jump to conclusions…or should she? Turns out Sunny has devised a special science experiment that requires Masha to look totally weird all day. But Masha is not having it. If it kills her (or Sunny!) she will figure out how to get them home from the science fair without causing a scene. But add in a pair of little brothers who take Masha on a wild goose chase through the school, a short detour through a cemetery, and a run-in with a cute boy and this whole day is one big scene. Which just might be what Sunny had in mind...she is so dead meat! This delightful series will charm any reader who has ever loathed or loved a sibling.


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When a bottle of ketchup explodes all over Masha Sweet, she thinks it's an accident. She's trying to be kinder to her little sister, Sunny, so she shouldn't jump to conclusions…or should she? Turns out Sunny has devised a special science experiment that requires Masha to look totally weird all day. But Masha is not having it. If it kills her (or Sunny!) she will figure out When a bottle of ketchup explodes all over Masha Sweet, she thinks it's an accident. She's trying to be kinder to her little sister, Sunny, so she shouldn't jump to conclusions…or should she? Turns out Sunny has devised a special science experiment that requires Masha to look totally weird all day. But Masha is not having it. If it kills her (or Sunny!) she will figure out how to get them home from the science fair without causing a scene. But add in a pair of little brothers who take Masha on a wild goose chase through the school, a short detour through a cemetery, and a run-in with a cute boy and this whole day is one big scene. Which just might be what Sunny had in mind...she is so dead meat! This delightful series will charm any reader who has ever loathed or loved a sibling.

30 review for Sunny Sweet Is So Dead Meat

  1. 5 out of 5

    Annalise Bowman

    Sunny Sweet is so Dead Meat is about a girl named Masha and her sister Sunny Sweet. Sunny Sweet who is a very smart six year old, decides to do a social experiment by splattering her sister with red dye and see how people react to her. Masha is mortified when she thinks she will stand out. She does everything in her power to try to fit in. Its interesting that she cared so much for her appearance and not as much on her sister winning the science fair. I thought this book was okay but not my favor Sunny Sweet is so Dead Meat is about a girl named Masha and her sister Sunny Sweet. Sunny Sweet who is a very smart six year old, decides to do a social experiment by splattering her sister with red dye and see how people react to her. Masha is mortified when she thinks she will stand out. She does everything in her power to try to fit in. Its interesting that she cared so much for her appearance and not as much on her sister winning the science fair. I thought this book was okay but not my favorite. This book made the characters very stereotypical which I thought was unbelievable at times. I gave this book three stars because the characters were not relatable and at some points it was hard to follow the story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Justine

    Still really good!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Cavanaugh

    Another fun and funny Sunny Sweet adventure by Jennifer Ann Mann. Young readers will fall more and more in love with both Sunny and Masha. Get ready for a great read!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elissa Schaeffer

    Masha and Sunny are back in a story that takes place just a few weeks after the adventures of Sunny Sweet Is So Not Sorry. Things haven't improved all that much between Masha and Sunny. Sunny is still a genius and Masha believes she is of the evil variety of genius as Sunny is completely capable of frustrating her sister to no end. This time the two are off to a science fair where, before even entering the building, Sunny explodes homemade red dye (which will fade...in a few days) all over her si Masha and Sunny are back in a story that takes place just a few weeks after the adventures of Sunny Sweet Is So Not Sorry. Things haven't improved all that much between Masha and Sunny. Sunny is still a genius and Masha believes she is of the evil variety of genius as Sunny is completely capable of frustrating her sister to no end. This time the two are off to a science fair where, before even entering the building, Sunny explodes homemade red dye (which will fade...in a few days) all over her sister. Come to find out, Masha is Sunny's experiment--it's a social experiment on being "different". Of course, Masha tries everything to NOT be part of the experiment and of course, the two have an incredible adventure in the span of one short day. I can't help but like Masha. Again, I'm rooting for her, getting frustrated with Sunny on her behalf, and and proud of her at the end. Here, the lessons are more direct about acceptance, understanding, and friendship. Masha comes out just a little wiser. This is the second book of Masha and Sunny and again Mann gives us the first chapter of the next book as the last chapter, titled the same as the forthcoming book. And again I wish it would get here soon as I so enjoy reading about these sisters! Easily recommended, grades 3 and up.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dena (Batch of Books)

    The hilarious disaster continues! This is the second Sunny Sweet book, and it is a ton of fun to read. I read the first book to my kids and they loved it. They laughed over Sunny's antics and everything poor Masha had to endure at her sister's hands. I requested an ARC from the publisher for Sunny Sweet is SO Dead Meat, and there were squeals and screams of delight from my daughters when it arrived. We read it together and my kids loved it as much as the first one. Sunny is a six year old genius The hilarious disaster continues! This is the second Sunny Sweet book, and it is a ton of fun to read. I read the first book to my kids and they loved it. They laughed over Sunny's antics and everything poor Masha had to endure at her sister's hands. I requested an ARC from the publisher for Sunny Sweet is SO Dead Meat, and there were squeals and screams of delight from my daughters when it arrived. We read it together and my kids loved it as much as the first one. Sunny is a six year old genius that makes her older sister, Masha, the subject of most experiments. In this book, Sunny sprays Masha with red dye in order to conduct a social behavior experiment for a science fair. Poor Masha has to put up with her younger sister and try to keep them both out of trouble. Their adventure is hilarious and heartwarming. Even though Masha usually wants to wring Sunny's neck, she is still a responsible and caring older sister. The girls get into one scrape after another while learning about themselves and each other along the way. I would definitely recommend this series to middle grade kids that like realistic (contemporary) fiction and humor. Content: Clean My blog: Batch of Books

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    Masha and Sunny are back in their second adventure. This time it is a trip to the science fair where it turns out Masha is Sunny's project. The project involves red dye exploding all over Masha and observing how people treat her once she looks different. Masha of course is not happy about this at all. The day ends up with Masha sneaking through the school and meeting Batman and Robin, Masha and Sunny taking the wrong bus home and ending up at a graveyard, Masha getting lost in the graveyard and Masha and Sunny are back in their second adventure. This time it is a trip to the science fair where it turns out Masha is Sunny's project. The project involves red dye exploding all over Masha and observing how people treat her once she looks different. Masha of course is not happy about this at all. The day ends up with Masha sneaking through the school and meeting Batman and Robin, Masha and Sunny taking the wrong bus home and ending up at a graveyard, Masha getting lost in the graveyard and falling into an open grave, and of course Sunny winning the science fair. I really enjoy these stories. While you do have to suspend a bit of belief to believe a six-year-old could accomplish everything Sunny does the interaction between Masha and Sunny are very true to life. Little sisters can be annoying but you do love and support them...even if they spray you with red dye!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Fifth grader Masha is in charge of her genius little sister Sunny. As a science experiment Sunny explodes ketchup all over Masha to record how people react to someone who is different. One day in the adventure includes meeting Batman and Robin, becoming Paintgirl, taking a wrong bus, keeping a rotten hamburger to see maggots hatch, and falling into an open grave. Friend Alice, who has spinal bifada, demonstrates true reactions to being different. This eye-opening book about being different deals Fifth grader Masha is in charge of her genius little sister Sunny. As a science experiment Sunny explodes ketchup all over Masha to record how people react to someone who is different. One day in the adventure includes meeting Batman and Robin, becoming Paintgirl, taking a wrong bus, keeping a rotten hamburger to see maggots hatch, and falling into an open grave. Friend Alice, who has spinal bifada, demonstrates true reactions to being different. This eye-opening book about being different deals with a serious subject with humor and outlandish situations. Six year old Sunny, oblivious to social interpersonal situations, is too smart and precocious to be believed yet the plot turns accept them. Detailed drawings fill in many details of the situations. Recommended for 3-5th grade readers. This book was provided by the publisher for professional review to SWON libraries.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    A delightful book for girls with just the right amount of mischief and fun. The cover art is really eye catching.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anabelle

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jenni

  11. 4 out of 5

    David Fulk

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ashly

  13. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne

  14. 5 out of 5

    Anne

  15. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

  16. 5 out of 5

    Audrey

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kaleigh Farmer

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rasheil Stanger

  19. 4 out of 5

    ApuciKislanya

  20. 5 out of 5

    James Lynam

  21. 4 out of 5

    Patrycja

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

  23. 5 out of 5

    Michal

  24. 5 out of 5

    krista perow

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mindy Ann

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

  27. 5 out of 5

    Deanna Lenz

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

  29. 5 out of 5

    Julika

  30. 5 out of 5

    S.A.

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