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Ana's Story by Jenna Bush
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Oct 28, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorite-books, non-fiction
Read in September, 2008 , read count: 1

This book took me awhile to read only because I read it during class. So far this is my favorite book that I have read all year. Ana's Story is a true story and taught me a lot of things. The main thing that I learned was to be happy with everything that I have. Some people aren't as lucky as I am to have the things that I have. Ana really proved that your life can be great no matter what is happening in it. Also I think it would be a great book to read if you are a teen that is pregnant. Ana got pregnant when she was 16 and she had no clue what she was in for. Ana learned to love her life and that's what I thought was great about the book, that no matter how bad your life is it can always get better.
Ana's Story made me want to look on the positive side for everything since I finished the book. Ana really went threw some hard times and she stuck threw them like it was nothing. When Ana's mom died when she was little she acted like it was nothing, but she was still truely sad about it. I couldn't even imagine my mom passing away and acting like it was nothing. Ana loved her mom very much and I do too, but I would definitely handle it much diferent. I also liked this book because it is a true story. I like non fiction books because I can relate to it some way.
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Jlawton Laurel, I enjoyed your review because you were able to express your thoughts well about the material. I am currently reading this and I agree with your reaction. I also feel very fortunate to have the life that I have. I cannot imagine being Ana.

I still would like to read a few quotes from the book that you found especially moving.

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i think that this book looks like its a good book

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Carmen Tourney *through not threw

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