Small Admissions

51h9j3wq3klSmall Admissions, by Amy Poeppel, was a light and funny read which was perfect for this hectic admissions time of year. It is a comical look at NYC private school admission wrapped around the story of Kate who has been in a funk since her boyfriend unexpectedly dumped her the year before. The book explores Kate and the people who surround her before and after her first year working in an admission office. I liked the whole story, but, frankly, would have enjoyed learning more about the families from the admission files perspective (each part of the file is teased out throughout the story). The family element was particularly amusing РI am sure more so because of the work I do. While Small Admissions was nothing deep or earth-shattering, it was a fun read.
four-stars

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