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bookaddict30
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Rating: 5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Even tho its been a few years since i last visited this book series, im still a big fan of it!! This was only the 2nd book ive read in this series so far but i loved revisiting the girls as they went on new adventures in this Sequel to The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. The Characters are still so interesting and intriguing to read about. Lena and Tibby are still my favorites.

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Genre: YA
With a bit of last summer's sand in the pockets, the Traveling Pants and the Sisterhood that wears them embark on their second summer together.

Bridget: Impulsively sets off for Alabama, wanting to both confront and avoid her demons... but she can't keep the truth from the Pants.
Carmen: Is concerned that her mother is making a fool of herself over a man.
Tibby: Makes a movie she'd like to be proud of.

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Wash Day Diaries | Jamila Rowser, Robyn Smith
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“Nah, it‘s wash day. I ain‘t goin‘ nowhere.”

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readswellwithothers
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4⭐️ Being familiar with/enjoying video games has become a divisive element when folks talk about whether or not they liked this book. I loved “Lonesome Dove,” but I know nothing about the Texas frontier. I adored “The Sparrow,” but am entirely unfamiliar with possible life on other planets. 🤔

My point: I don‘t game, but I enjoyed this well-told story of different kinds of love. People and relationships are complex and beautiful. A great read.

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Fiona and Jane | Jean Chen Ho
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The thing about studying in a library is that you‘re always tempted to check out more books📚.

ErikasMindfulShelf I loved Fiona and Jane. 18h
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Enemies | Svetlana Chmakova
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Mmm. This is a sweet book. Being allowed to try and fail is important. There‘s lots of good here. I did find the idea of a bunch of tweens excited by a contest in an entrepreneur club unlikely. But that might just be me.

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"The most beautiful woman in Koreatown," Dong Hyun said with reverence.

"It's an ad guy, trying to sell beer," Anna said. "I'm not the most beautiful woman in Koreatown."
"She isn't," Bong Cha said. "There are many beautiful women in Koreatown."
"Thanks, Mom," Anna said.

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KateKintail
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At first, they weren't sure what to do. Neither of them had made a friend before. But... after a little while they realized they were perfect together.

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ravenlee
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This sequel to Nat Enough sees Nat dealing with heartbreak and learning how to be a better friend - especially to herself. Nat‘s tendency to model herself on others (previously her toxic best friend, now her crush) is painful at first, then her new best friend calls her on it. After the conflict, Nat does some real growing. Kiddo loved this, and so did I.

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ravenlee
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I read this years ago but didn‘t remember it well, and now have the following two. Along similar lines as Nat Enough, but with the added punch of being fictionalized autobiography, Shannon‘s struggles with friendship in elementary school were heartbreaking yet hopeful. The mean girls, the loners, the ones too big for their situations - they‘re all here. Shannon can be less than ideal herself, but that‘s pretty honest. Looking forward to more.

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