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Alice on Board by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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Jul 27, 12

bookshelves: 2012, teen, realistic, library, friendship
Read in July, 2012

Why why why am I still reading this series oh god whyyyyyyy.

And yet this installment, though vapid, was less annoying than other volumes. Yay?
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Jen Petro-Roy Haven't read them. Are the earlier books worth it


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Alexander Jen wrote: "Haven't read them. Are the earlier books worth it"

Eh. I think Naylor aspires to be this generation's Judy Blume, unafraid to talk frankly about sex and relationships, but the girls always manage to be clinical in their girl talk. Also, every book has become a Very Special Alice--a few of the topics that I know have been covered in recent volumes are teen pregnancy, coming to terms with childhood sexual abuse, white supremacists,
drunk driving, and a classmate with cancer. That's off the top of my head.


Brandy Whoops, and that's what happens when I post a comment from my husband's computer and forget to log him out and me in!

Alexander wrote: "Jen wrote: "Haven't read them. Are the earlier books worth it"

Eh. I think Naylor aspires to be this generation's Judy Blume, unafraid to talk frankly about sex and relationships, but the girls al..."



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