7 edition of Every page perfect found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Mary Lynn.|
|LC Classifications||PN160 .L95 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||97138805|
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Every part of this book is so interesting that I don't know where to start! The part of Zach's life before meeting Julie The title says it all: PERFECT!!! I loved everything in this book: Julie, Zach, the story, the simplicity of the words used to tell it, the way it was written, the witty dialogue, the secondary characters, tehir stories, the /5. Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli. The teenage years have the power to force even the strongest, individualist girl to conform to society’s standards. Spinelli’s refreshing book tells the story of Susan, a new girl in school who goes by Stargirl and refuses to let go of the things that make her unique eventually inspiring those around her to celebrate the things that make them different, : Sarah Stiefvater.
Problem #2: Not only does the same number repeat on every page, but the “Start at.” feature under Format Page Numbers doesn’t seem to work either. I can enter and the pages are still each numbered with 1. Not that having each one numbered would be much of an improvement, but at least I’d have just one problem instead of two. With its realistic dialogue, difficult moments of self-discovery, and harsh critique of relationships, Perfect is a very quick yet unforgettable read. The graphic nature of this book may make it hard for some young teens to read alone. However, it's an excellent choice for a mother-teen daughter book 4/5.
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This series is really good so far and it meets or exceeds the standard we expect from McNaught. It is /5(). Perfect Every Time: When Doing It All Leaves You With Nothing Paperback – December 1, by Paula Rinehart (Author) › Visit Amazon's Paula Rinehart Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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Perfect is the second novel by bestselling British author, Rachel Joyce. In the heat of the English summer, Byron Hemmings, an intense and thoughtful eleven-year-old boy, is worried. His best friend (and the smartest boy in school), James Lowe has told him two seconds are to be added to time/5.
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Perfected was nausea inducing, mind-boggling and disturbing. Although the topic of this book is touchy, I felt the book was really light and didn't focus on the things it should have. Nor did it really get a huge reaction out of me, overall.
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Snippets of old favorites, new novels, children's stories, and classics are included, along with wonderful recipes from those. As someone who grew up Blume's books were first published, I doubted PERFECT could cross that bar. Friend comes pretty close with PERFECT. Narrated by Isabelle, this middle grade book will probably interest girls betweendepending on maturity and reading ability/5(94).
Depicting with humor and insight the pressure to be outwardly perfect, this novel for ages shows how one girl develops compassion for her own and others’ imperfections. For year-old Isabelle Lee, whose father has recently died, everything's normal on the outside/5.
My parents entertained every weekend, and the people they entertained are names many reading this book would recognize. Titans in the industry. This was in the ’s, the ’s – and I being a kid at home – would do everything possible to be in the room with. This book is about Chris Brennan who is applying for a job as a high school government teacher and is ready to step in as an assistant baseball coach.
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I highlighted so many paragraphs, Im sure if it were a physical book instead of a digital version, it would drip yellow ink. The book talks about obsessiveness: the need to feel in control/5.
I’m wondering, how much space there should be between the end of the word and the edge of the page on the first page and the edge of the page and the beginning of the word on the next page for a title that is centered across 2 pages in a 25 sheet, 80# Cover perfect bind booklet?
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As she puts it: "A few years ago, I found myself /5(18).