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Virginia is someone every girl can relate to in some way.
And while that seems like a total "Yeah-sounds-like-any-other-first-love-teenage-book-of-growing-up-and-finding-yourself" it really is much more then that.
I will tell you that you will laugh alot, most likely cry(i did), smile, and just love reading it.
I thought this book had a lot going for it - a realistic depiction of parents not really listening to their kids or seeing them as individuals rather than possessions. Read morePublished 14 days ago by KHH1138
I just finished this and it was one of the best YA books I've ever read! If I were director/producer I'd look into making it a television. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paula Harvey
So often in novels, personalities are not developed and I put the book aside. Virginia grabbed me right away and I was in. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kathleen D.
A very easy and enjoyable read; a great choice for a health class assignment for a fiction title having to do with health issues.Published 5 months ago by Janet Van Huizen
I am Virginia Shreves. She's smart, has braces, a secret hook-up buddy, and a body that's considered too large by society standards. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Angie
Even though it's fiction I think that this book has the potential to change teenage lives all around the world since nowadays teenagers are so focused on how they look instead of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stanley Huang
Very good coming of age story. Deals with a lot of family dynamics that happen within teenage years. My daughter enjoyed reading this bookPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book was recommended to me by a student. I loved the honesty and story line. People can connect with Virginia and the fact that she feels different.Published 9 months ago by tkhammel
I loved this book. I related to it so well & it was funny and just capturing. It's a must read!Published 11 months ago by Rebecca