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This was a first book by Colasanti, and frankly there are parts of me that I wish were more pinned down on a definite rating or feeling toward this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan Grooms
Ehh. I guess it was entertaining enough but i just hate how weak the main character is. I get how the book is suppose to be about how hard her life is and how she "Keeps... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cristal M.
I liked this book because it gave me something to relate to. It talked about how things get better. Now I know they can and will.Published 4 months ago by Wisdom
I really loved this book. It kept my attention and I never wanted it to end.Published 5 months ago by Amy_Ro
A mediocre, 'wannabe' feel-good story that just didn't live up to expectations.
Although I appreciated the message Susane Colasanti was trying to convey in this story,... Read more
"Keep Holding On" is written by a very talented author, Susane Colasanti. "Keep Holding On is about a girl named Noelle. She is the main character in the book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mathias Writing
Noelle has been bullied for years because of how poor her family is and how different she is from everyone else in school. Read more
I Chose Five Stars Because It Actually Inspiring To See A Person Caring About Other Teens. People Get Bullied EveryDay And Nothing Or No One Stops It. Read morePublished 16 months ago by AddieeBug
A teenage girl named Noelle has a mother who can hardly be called that. She is bullied at school every day, lives off of food stamps and the one the thing that keeps her sane in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Caspar Ethan