Heeeey…Do you like to read?
Kindles are all fine and well, but there are some works of literature that are unlikely to be found anywhere but a junkyard, your mom’s basement or the thriftstore. Even the library has to discard books to make room for new ones. That doesn’t mean we should discount the knowledge they may have to offer us.
This is a story about a girl and her friend, Jill. If we are to judge a book by its cover, we might say Jill is a budding kleptomaniac who is lucky to live in the 80s where store cameras were not nearly as common.
Also, Canadians have to pay a dollar more for the book. Unless they are like Jill. We Americans luck out because they are always paying more. They even pay for other people to go to the doctor.
We catch a glimpse of a preview on the back of the book. Jill’s best friend is worried because she has changed overnight and seems to experience intense mood swings. Considering Jill is also experiencing intense head aches, I would urge her to get a CAT scan immediately. A tumor could be pressing up against her skull. Jill’s friend will probably feel like such an idiot when she finds out Jill needs a lobotomy.
It seems to me that young adult lit of the 70s and 80s was always giving title characters the most screwed up names they could think of. Bo Jo Jones? Nobody is names Bo Jo Jones and Ann Head knows it.
This sixteen and seventeen year old are in for a rude awakening when they realize how long life is. Ask them where they see themselves in five years just for laughs.
This book is about a young man who replicates a five hundred dollar bill using his eagle eye and his tightly honed talents, and you’ll never guess why.
For a girl!!! Heather Nichols better recognize.
Also, this book is labeled JUST FOR BOYS, but it is probably okay to read it if you are a girl. No one is going to come breaking down your door.
This book is about a sixteen year old girl who wins a date with a famous rock star. I am so happy for this girl! I hope he writes a song about what a nice time they had at Chuck E Cheese together. Where a kid can be a kid.
The cover of this book is basically a crotch with a photograph laying on it.
That caption is spine tingling! What else would someone expect from an RL Stine novel?
Can Ginko Biloba help readers remember the meaning to more words?
What is a drug dealer?