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Ta Ta for Now! (Stories about Melissa Book 1) by [Lopez, Bethany]
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  • File Size: 620 KB
  • Print Length: 154 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 16, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0056J9WRC
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,257,110 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm really disappointed right now. I'd seen a lot of good reviews for this book. I thought it was going to be a short but awesome read to fill my time. Wrong.

Melissa was a believable character. Sadly, she's annoying and shallow and childish. But believeable. She's also 14 so it was a little hard to connect with her because she's so young. And she acts like child too. And she's stupid. And cares about shallow, stupid things.

I thought it was pretty cool that Lopez wrote this story like a diary. Lopez was able to skip over the slow parts and really only talk about the good parts. Sadly, even the good parts were a little boring.

Lopez could have written a better main character and added some really cool and exciting things to this story. I'm still left feeling disappointed that this book didn't pan out the way I thought it would.

Plus, I didn't think this was Young Adult. It was more Middle Grade.
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Fun read for me, re-living the teenage things that seem like such a big deal when you're young (and so silly when you're grown). Melissa is a likeable 14-year old girl, and we are getting a glimpse of her life through journal entries. Fun!
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While I enjoyed reading this book - a teenager's journal about the struggles of being just that - my review is more from the perspective of a teen. This really felt like a young girl talking about her life. It didn't feel phony or as if an adult was writing down to a teen audience. While the kids in the book may be a little naive for today, isn't that what we'd like them to hold on to?

This is the second YA book I've read which I truly enjoyed. Previously, I struggled just to read a few pages of two others and had nearly given up on being able to read something geared for this age group. It's a testament to the writer than she was able to keep my attention and still sound like a young, innocent girl.

Let's hear some more stories of Melissa!
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Realistic story about teenage love and disappointment.
A good read for teens who can relate to the main character.
A very good lesson about succumbing to peer pressure and being able to rise a stronger person.
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I'm am far away from my teenage years, but Bethany Lopez's Ta Ta for Now! made me feel like a teenager again. Written as a young girl's journal, it gives a believable tale of the trials and tribulations that can happen in high school. A must read for teens and adults who want to return to their youth. A POSITIVE 5 STARS and A DEFINITE TWO THUMBS UP! Luckily I had downloaded her second in the series so I didn't have to wait :)
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Eventho,I'm a grandma,I absolutely loved this book!Melissa tells her yr of being a freshman in high school thru her journal,she is a very colorful and smart teen (at times)I laughed n I cried at her way with finding her true friends and dealing with bullies,hers and her sister's.A very refreshing book for me!I related with Melissa in the sense of having a few siblings and knowing the feeling of no space.I will highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to just step back in time a few yrs n reminisce and to many teens of whom I know.Kudos Bethany Excellent job! I'm looking forward to starting xoxoxo!
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I think all teenage girls should read the series. Book 1 dealt with bullying , alcohol and boyfriends. Bethany Lopez wrote real as "Melissa" , you could really see and hear where Melissa was coming from and what she was dealing with.
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I TOO found myself at that age fighting with my brother and my sister's. I also got into fights at school to. I was a tomb boy and I didn't want anyone hurting my feeling. In today school we have a lot of bulling kids and I look at my life and said I was one. So I try to teach my son not to be that way.
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