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- Stealing Parker by Miranda Kenneally (Book Review)
The supporting characters really shine through all the muck. Corndog is one of the sweetest love interests in all the Hundred Oaks series — every time he showed up on his lawnmower like Prince Charming on a white horse, a big, goofy grin spread across my face. In addition, Drew was a wonderfully complex character as well. I have to give Kenneally credit for tackling these issues with not only class, but with the point of view from a high school student as well.
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Autism is also tackled slightly in Stealing Parker. His innocence and wonder only a child could project is a welcome respite from the heavy problems that plague Parker throughout the novel. All in all, I commend Kenneally for her realistic approach on subjects that happen every single day, all around the world. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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Stealing Parker | Wake County Public Libraries
So she quits softball. Drops twenty pounds. And she figures why kiss one guy when she can kiss three? Or four. Why limit herself to high school boys when the majorly cute new baseball coach seems especially flirty? But how far is too far before she loses herself completely? So I have no idea where my original review went for this book.
I know I typed it because I remember some specific things that I said about it. Especially because this is a book that I had a lot to say about…or at least, I had a lot of feelings about. It might be a little nicer but probably not. Sexual orientation and preferences aside, 9. That being said, Parker turns her nose up at the church. This hits on three of my biggest pet peeves in YA literature these days. Worn out. Used up. Get a better storyline. This leads her into dangerous territory with the opposite sex.
Stealing Parker by Miranda Kenneally (Book Review)
She hooks up. And she figures why kiss one guy when she can kiss three. Or four. Why limit herself to high school boys when the majorly cute new baseball coach seems especially flirty?
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