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Product Details

  • Series: Lockwood High (Quality)
  • Paperback: 314 pages
  • Publisher: Saddleback Educational Publishing (June 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1616518847
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616518844
  • Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,290,216 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Stephanie Perry Moore is truly a woman from the South. She was born in South Carolina, raised in Virginia, and educated in Alabama. She is the author of many YA Inspirational fiction titles, including the NEW Urban Flip Book Series, Lockwood Lions, the NEW Suburban Flip Book Series, Grovehill Giants, the Payton Skky series, the Laurel Shadrach series, the Perry Skky Jr. series, the Yasmin Peace series, the Faith Thomas Novelzine series, the Carmen Browne series, the Morgan Love series, the Alec London series, and the Beta Gamma Pi series.

She is the Co-editor of the Sisters in Faith Bible. And the Co-author of the book Raise Him Up, written with her husband Derrick Moore.

Mrs. Moore speaks with young people across the country, encouraging them to achieve every attainable dream. She currently lives in the greater Atlanta area with her husband, Derrick, and their three teenagers.

Visit her website at www.stephanieperrymoore.com.

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I highly recommend this book for any young adult who enjoys reading it is well written and a joy to read.
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What makes this book unique and interesting is that its a flip book!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By savingsinseconds on June 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
This is a great way to introduce reluctant readers to the idea that each character has a story to tell. As the reader, I felt compelled to side with Charli as I read Always Upbeat. Then when I heard Blake's side of the story, I could understand some of his actions and emotions. I liked that the two books were in one so that readers could have the experience at once. The characters are in high school and the issues they deal with are quite mature and I would hesitate to allow my middle school student to read the book without my guidance. Read with a parent, it could be a really great opportunity to discuss some coming-of-age issues such as sexual morality and peer pressure.

I received a copy of this book to review. The opinions are 100% mine.
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By s_gallegos on July 20, 2012
Format: Paperback
This was a typical teen romance, which I love to read, but it had a unique twist that I have never seen before in a story! Once you read the story through Charli's eyes, you are suppose to flip the book over and then read the story through Blake's perspective. How cool is that?! I especially loved how the story could relate to any high school students life and therefore makes it great read for the younger crowd. The relationship between Charli and Blake is a typical case and they deal with issues and drama that all teenage couples go through. Another big thing I admired about this story was that Stephanie, the author who focuses on writing Christian novels, wrote about the hard decisions a teenager who has certain strong beliefs has to experience. Teenagers receive a lot pressure from friends and family when they follow a certain lifestyle and this story really puts into perspective.
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Such a unique urban fictional tale, two of Lockwood Lions most influential teens, Charli, Captain of the Cheerleading Squad and Blake, Quarterback of the Football team. What makes this book unique and interesting is that its a flip book! Two different perspectives of the same duo "Charli-Cheer Drama" and "Blake- Baller Swag", we follow their stories in anticipation of understanding one another, learning what the other doesn't know or doesn't see and hoping that the two will overcome teenage drama and unite together as the dynamic duo we want them to so desperately be...

I actually was read the book, when I received the book, I handed it over to my teen, (she's a little on the younger side and some of the details, incidents and concepts, were a bit much for her, so I definitely do not recommend this book to the younger teens at all. High School Age and Young Adults would much better relate to this book). What I did love and appreciate about the book is that it posed real life issues that not just"high profile" students face, but teenagers as a whole, it expressed concepts that even some young teens don't really share with their parents, so it made it an interesting read. We all learn to adapt, deal and cope with issues, life, drama, relationships in different ways, so being able to get an inside look at Charli & Blake's perspective, really helped me to understand what was going on with the both of them and why things were happening...But there were times when I found myself saying, "why aren't you both just talking to one another?" Wouldn't that just make things all too easy! What a concept!

All in all, my daughter enjoyed the book, it was sort of a bonding experience for the both of us.
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By J. Helgren on June 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
'Always Upbeat 'and 'All That' are a unique set of stories in that they are actually two books rolled into one. Looking at the cover you can really start on either side of the book where you will get the story from one character's perspective, then when you are done with that story, just flip the book and get a completely different perspective from another character. You might think that reading the same story line from two different viewpoints would be kind of repetitive, but I assure you it is not. Even though you know the gist of the story from reading the first character's perspective, there is so much going on in each of the character's lives it is almost like a whole new story. While still catching glimpses of things that you read about the first character, it brings a whole new perspective to the situation.

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Always Upbeat (Cheer Drama): Savvy Charli Black seems to have the perfect life. Pampered and confident, she has her junior year at Lockwood High all mapped out. Date the hottest baller in school, check. Become captain of the varsity cheerleading squad, check. Her crew rules the school. But just as everything falls into place, her world begins to spin with one betrayal after another.

All That (Baller Swag): Cocky quarterback Blake Strong's number one goal is to stay in the game, lead his boys to victory, and score a spot at his dream school. But his overbearing father wants Blake in the Southeastern Conference. Their difficult relationship hangs by a thread when the Strong family gets unsettling news. Will they reconnect and realize that there's more to life than football?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Stephanie Perry Moore is a Christian fiction novelist that is truly from the South.
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