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As Ever, Booky (Booky #3)

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Booky is back! Ever since she "romped through the Depression on her skinny legs" she has delighted readers with her feistiness and nerve. In this latest addition to the popular series, Booky finishes school and lands her first job. She meets Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables and begins her own writing career. She falls in love...
Paperback, 153 pages
Published 1985 by Scholastic
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Mar 29, 2015 Gundula rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of the Booky novels, children who enjoy historical fiction
In the final installment of the Booky trilogy, Beatrice Thomson (also known as Booky) is now a teenager, and part of As Ever, Booky describes typical teenage pursuits (dating, movie star crushes, Booky's first real job etc.). Beatrice even gets to meet famous Canadian author L.M. Montgomery, whose advice, although basically constructive, is devastating at first (that Booky should practice writing, but that she would also require a college/university education to further develop her writing talen ...more
I love this trilogy of books.
Cynthia Hill
I can't say enough about how wonderful these books are, or how many times I've read them since I first encountered Booky when I was eight years old (many, MANY years ago.)
Booky as a teenager! I received this book for free and found it fascinating. It gave me a deeper perspective into the history of my city during the depression era.
Booky grows up and starts her career and is as irrepressible as ever.
The end of the Booky trilogy!
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She was born in Toronto, Ontario, on November 3, 1922 and died May 29, 2002. She married her high school sweetheart, Lloyd Hunter, and had two children, Anita and Heather, and four grandchildren, Meredith, Lisa, Hunter and Franceline. No Greats.

Bernice was the middle child of 5 children (Wilma, Gordon, Bernice, Jack and Robert). She struggled in school because they moved so often. The Booky Tril
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