The Best Brother EVER!
How to Drive Your Sister Crazy is a really fun and easy read. The story flows and is perfect for a child who is well on their way to reading but still needs a little help. The pictures really enhance the story. Seeing Bradley sneaking around every corner and seeing Abby’s reactions to what Bradley does just makes you laugh.
The characters are very relatable. Whether you’re a Bradley, one who would get enjoyment out of driving their sibling crazy or an Abby, one who has a sibling who is driving them crazy. There is something for everyone with a sibling in this story. All the Abby’s who manage to get a hold of this book will know what to look out for. All the Bradley’s will find his antics hysterical and might even gain a few tips. I know my sister will.
Be sure to add this adorable book to your book collection.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Saturday, October 25, 2008
I'm ready to P-A-R-T-Y!
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
This book proves relationships are like a game, sometimes you win and sometimes you lose!
Anatomy of a Boyfriend is an interesting read, It has a simple storyline which is great because that allows you to focus completely on the point of the story, to give you an inside look into a teens first relationship and all the firsts that goes along with it. Dominique is a cool character, although whiny at times, you can’t help but feel bad about the fall of her first relationship. Frankly, she should be happy that it's over because he wasn't a great boyfriend. All he really offered to her and the story was his anatomy.
Anatomy of a Boyfriend is a mature read due to the graphic nature of its sexual content. I feel this should be for ages 16 and up and not for readers as young as 14. I wouldn’t advise a 14 year old to read it. I do advise my 16 and older crowd to go and pick up a copy because it might get you to think about your first relationship and most importantly it will get you to think: Whatever happened to my game of Operation?
Friday, October 3, 2008
>I loved this book, it was hilarious. It has such a personal feel to it. Throughout her journal entries she includes poems, charts and her own spin on SAT math problems and word definitions. I do feel this book is for a mature audience due to sexual content, drinking and drug use but since I am a mature audience, I thought this book rocked! Anita gives valuable evidence that being a teenager does suck and show you how to get though it, by having fun critizing it. If Anita Liberty is the Center of the Universe then the Center of the Universe is a fun and cool place to be!