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Tell Me Three Things de Julie Buxbaum
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Tell Me Three Things (edição: 2016)

de Julie Buxbaum (Autor)

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Sixteen-year old Jessie, still grieving over her mother's death, must move from Chicago to "The Valley," with a new stepfamily but no new friends until an anonymous fellow student emails and offers to help her navigate the school's treacherous social waters.
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Título:Tell Me Three Things
Autores:Julie Buxbaum (Autor)
Informação:Delacorte Press (2016), 336 pages
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Jessi is reeling from the death of her mother and her father's sudden remarriage, which in turn upends her from her home in Chicago and moves her to LA. After starting in her new school, she gets an anonymous email from SN (Somebody/Nobody) offering to answer her school questions and just help her out. She is unsure if it is a prank, or the real thing. From the beginning of the book when the subject line of their emails kept changing, it made me laugh. SN's identity is not revealed until the end of the book, but there are three boy options for her to choose from, and I enjoyed it as she and her new friends (thanks to SN's suggestion) tried to figure out who he is. (I guessed him correctly and am inordinately proud of myself!)

I loved this book. There is so much going on: grief, moving to a new place, new friendships, changing friendships, homesickness, new step-sibling, step-mother, personal growth, bullying, and body image. I feel like Ms. Buxham did a great job of capturing so many things that teens feel. Her author note in the back was also very revealing. This will be one of my summer favorites. ( )
  readingbeader | Oct 29, 2020 |
Just another YA novel I really enjoyed. Recommended for high school students.... ( )
  RobertaLea | Jul 21, 2020 |
I enjoyed this way more than I even expected I would. A book club pick, I ended up reading this YA book in one very fun sitting. I couldn't put it down!

I'm reminded of 90s like Clueless and You've Got Mail.

The characters deal with grief, new blended families, belonging, and high school mean girls.

Edited 10/10/19: I bumped this up to a 5-star because I really loved this book and keep thinking about it when I consider my favorite books from 2019. This one has earned a place on my list. ( )
  kaciereads | Apr 9, 2020 |
Predictable? Yes.

Enjoyable? Definitely.

This was such a fun, quick read that I just tore through it. The cover and blurb don't do this book justice. It reminded me a lot of my favorite guilty pleasure movie - A Cinderella Story. Yes, I love a Hillary Duff movie, what of it?

Jessie gets an anonymous email offering her some advice as she navigates her new world all alone. Through the course of two months, these emails and IMs progress into more, and this mystery man is consuming her thoughts.

The banter between the characters was amazing and I absolutely adored it. Four stars, would've been five if I hadn't figured it out so quickly. ( )
  ChelseaMcE | Mar 19, 2020 |
A quick YA read that I read along with the Mrs Darcy book club for May (what should I read next?). It was ..... ok. I thought some of the passages about a teenager dealing with the death of her mother were thoughtful and well done. However, I think many of the teenage relationships were pretty cliche and stereotyped.

The move from Chicago public school to LA private school would be a shock to the system, but stereotyping all the LA girls as thin and blonde and bitchy was a bit much. The text conversations with the anonymous SN felt real enough and led to a satisfying ending. Generally it was a quick, easy read but I was skimming some of it by the end. ( )
  Terrie2018 | Feb 21, 2020 |
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Seven hundred and thirty-three days after my mom died, forty-five days after my dad eloped with a stranger he met on the Internet, thirty days after we then up and moved to California, and only seven days after starting as a junior at a brand-new school where I knew approximately no one, an email arrives.
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Because it wasn't okay and never will be. We will power through it; I will continue to power through it--all the stagnant, soul-crushing grief--but it will never be okay that my mom is not here. That she will not be at my high school graduation; that she will never give me the lecture, and I won't be able to play along and pretend to be embarrassed and say, Come on, Mom; that she will not be there when I open my college acceptance letters (or rejections); that she will never see who I grew up to be--that great mystery of who I am and whom I am meant to be--finally asked and answered. I will march forth into the great unknown alone.
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