Now Picture This (Sierra Jensen, #9)
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Now Picture This (Sierra Jensen #9)

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From the bestselling author of The Christy Miller Series, this series centers around Christy Miller's friend Sierra Jensen. Sierra is a spunky and bold sixteen-year-old with big dreams and unconventional clothes. Today's teens can truly relate to what is going on in Sierra's life -- whether it's friendships, dating, or learning to trust in God. Sierra shows readers how to...more
Paperback, 167 pages
Published September 1st 1998 by Bethany House Publishers
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Siobhan Parker
What can I say about the Sierra Jensen series that I haven't already said? This is just as entertaining and fun as the others. I was glad to see Sierra take a step back and make a personal realization towards the end; if only everyone who needs to take a look at themselves would also do so. Other than that, all I can say is what I usually say about books in long series: If you liked the previous ones, you'll probably enjoy this...but, if you're not a fan of the Sierra Jensen books, nothing in th...more
Snorkle
I thought this book had some applicable guidelines for modern day teens and relationships. I often see young people who are so caught up in their relationship that they can hardly stand to think about anything else. Sierra Jensen slowly sees how consuming her relationship is and I liked seeing how she solved the problem. I'd recommend to people who had read the Christy Miller series.

*Taken from my book reviews blog: http://reviewsatmse.blogspot.com/2008...
Violet
Sierra was a bit irritating in this one. She seemed inceredibly naiive and assuming. She seriously needs to stop thinking that she is going to have a romantic relationship with Paul, because I really don't think its going to happen. I mean, come on; its book nine and we are still waiting.
Other than that a nice read. ;)
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