- File Size: 734 KB
- Print Length: 107 pages
- Publisher: Amani Publishing, LLC (May 5, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071QX3MGZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #2267 in Books > Teens > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Dating & Sex
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Reecy Jones is a freshman at Bell High School along with her best friend, Joyce. They were not a part of the CAP (cool and popular) cliques, but they were popular in their unique way. That's one of the reasons Reecy is surprised when her classmate, Lena confides in her about the secret she has been keeping. Reecy is known as the responsible one amongst her family & friends - so keeping a secret of this magnitude is out of character for her. Will she be able to keep Lena's secret - especially from her best friend, Joyce? Will her conscience get the best of her?
Author B. J. Williams delivers a relatable story that tackles an array of topics such as teen sex, friendships, and teen pregnancy. The author will also have readers reminiscing about the days we hung posters on our wall, read our favorite magazines, and dreamed of marrying our favorite celebrities.
Bell Bottom High: Book One is an excellent introduction to the Bell Bottom series. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.
It took on some serious issues that was prevalent during that era. I was just born during this time but the many references to the 70's combined with that playlist made me appreciate the stories I've heard. Life back then was not without their issues or causes.
The story of Reecy Jones was a much realistic theme growing up in the 70's era. One of Reecy's statement "It was a good feeling to know that someone I admired also admired me" stuck in my head. The fact that Grandma Gladys stayed with them instead of being put in a nursing home was a necessary thing for the family. Family mattered and everybody had a part to do in her care. The issue with the church if a teenager got pregnant was very close to home. Only the girl was made to go before the church as if she was the only one who participated in the sin was very heartbreaking. I too was an unwed mother at the age of 18, I remembered being told I couldn't do anything in church no more. Wow! This book had me all over the place.
I truly enjoyed this book and looking forward to the rest of the series. I would highly recommend this book to all. I'm going to make sure me and my niece discuss this book. That playlist was a good one. I got me a Bell Bottom High playlist and I hope to add more.
Kudos to B. J. Williams!!!!
The book was well written and I'm looking forward to to reading the rest of the series. It addresses issues that teenagers go through from peer pressure to teenage pregnancy. I wonder if Reecy and her crush Henry will get together. I have to read the other books to find out. The characters and story setting are realistic. It's definitely a book for young adults but for adults too who like taking a stroll down memory lane. I immediately went back and downloaded music from the 80s up to my high school days in reading this book. Good times!
Peace & Love
Everyone, young and not so young, will enjoy this novella, and I'd highly recommend it to everyone! Can't wait for the next installment!
This novella is well written and brings back so many memories from my teenage years, specifically the crush on Michael Jackson, and long talks with Grandma.
Young adults will enjoy this series and I'm sure relate to the subject matter. I'll be reading the entire series.
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