My Life From Air-bras to Zits

My Life From Air-bras to Zits

Book - 2009
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Desperate to be popular, fourteen-year-old Teresa shares her uncertainties with her old Ken and Barbie dolls as she learns that her mother is pregnant, her grandfather has Alzheimers, and having a boyfriend does not automatically solve all her problems.
Publisher: Woodbury, Minn. : Flux, 2009
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780738714837
0738714836
Characteristics: 273 p. ; 21 cm

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I think it was a funny book. It was good. It had humour, it had seriousness, it had pretty much everything it needed. The main character is more of a stereo-typical teen in a sense, where she cares about being popular and having a boyfriend. Though it sort of overrules her, she figures it out. Overall, good read. Loved it :)

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Legomyeggo33
Jun 08, 2012

I love the main character. Although she made some really stupid decisions during the book, she learned from them and became more mature. This wasn't one of my favourite books, but it wasn't that bad.

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