Samantha Sanderson: Off the Record Book Review

Looking for a new series for your tween girl? Check out my book review of Samantha Sanderson Off the Record.


About the Book

In this Samantha Sanderson adventure, Samantha discovers that her new friend Felicia is the top suspect. They have to find out who really tampered with the grades at their middle school and save their friend from being expelled again. Makayla is able to hack into the school’s system to help solve the mystery.

In the third book of the Samantha Sanderson series, when the school’s grades were tampered with, Sam must enlist Makayla’s help in hacking the system to discover the virus that was used and who committed the crime. But when the lead suspect is her newfound friend, Felicia, Sam must choose whether to stick by her friends at all costs or report the story as she sees it.

I think this book is a great book for girls in 4-6 grade. It has adventure, mystery and is an easy book to read.It does help to read the other two first but is not necessary.I’ve also read and reviewed the first book in this series:  Samantha Sanderson: At the Movies


About the Author:

robin carollBorn and raised in Louisiana, Robin Carrol is a southerner through and through. Her passion has always been to tell stories to entertain others. Robin’s mother, bless her heart, is a genealogist who instilled in Robin the
deep love of family and pride of heritage—two aspects Robin weaves into each of her 24 published novels.

Other Suggested Books:

This Samantha Sanderson book is another book in the FaithGirlz series of books by Zonderkidz.  I have read several other books from this publisher, including my very favorite book series by author Jill Osborne, called The Good News Shoes which is about a girl named Riley Mae.

There are also other books by Faithgirlz that I enjoy reading as well.  Here are a few other books that you might like:

You can buy Samantha Sanderson Off the Record (FaithGirlz / Samantha Sanderson) from or request it at your local library.

Hobbies on a Budget received a copy of this book from Book Look for the purpose of this review. No monetary compensation was received.

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