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Fifteen at Last (Kobie Roberts #05)

3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Kobie is finally fifteen. She's starting in a new school with her best friend Gretchen, she's got great clothes, and sh'e sure sh'e on her way to solving life's mysteries--like how to be cool. Then Gretchen starts going steady with a boy! How could she leave Kodie behind again?
Paperback, 10 pages
Published October 1st 1990 by Scholastic (first published 1990)
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Dari semua serial Kobie yang saya punya, yang ini paling menyenangkan karena di sini dia jatuh cinta pada gurunya. Ketika membaca ini, usia saya dua belas tahun dan saya tak bisa membayangkan jatuh cinta dengan guru-guru saya yang sudah tua dan botak itu, hehehe..
Dan kesimpulan saya saat itu adalah: masa remaja di Amrik sono jelas berbeda dari saya, karena saya jatuh cinta pertama kali pada usia sembilan belas tahun. Waktu masih lima belas sama sekali tak terpikir untuk naksir cowok.
Freak banget
I remember thinking this series was great at the time (at the age of eleven), but I couldn't really tell you what the story even was now; just that I enjoyed them a lot. Sure I wouldn't be overly impressed if I re-read them now, but I am not really into reading things over, I like the feeling I come away with after first reading a book, and can rarely get that same affect back, especially when many many years have gone by!
my friend randomly gave me this short, old book and i said what the heck, i'll finish it tonight. it was ok. do you know about some authors who try to write from kids perspecitves and describe what the popular crowd is and what we like to do? well i could tell this author was trying to do that, but failing miserably. points for good story, though a bit stalkerish.
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