Book Reviews of 10 Ways to Cope with Boys

10 Ways to Cope with Boys
10 Ways to Cope with Boys
Author: Caroline Plaisted
ISBN-13: 9781416934769
ISBN-10: 1416934766
Publication Date: 1/9/2007
Pages: 160
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com

This book is the sequel to 10 THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU'RE 16. Beth and Anna now both have boyfriends. Beth is dating Joey, Anna's older bother, and Anna is dating Sam, Joey's best friend. While reading a magazine Anna and Beth come across a quiz called You and Your Lad: Suit Him Or Boot Him?

The quiz contains the following questions:

1) How often does he text you?

A) At least 10 texts a day
B) A couple of times a day
C) Once a day
D) A few times a week

2) How often do you see him?

A) Every day
B) About 5 times a week
C) On weekends only
D) It depends

3) Does he have a nickname for you?

A) Yes
B) Only in private
C) When he's feeling romantic
D) No

4) What's your idea of a perfect date?

A) Snuggling up in the back seat of a cinema
B) A candlelit dinner for 2 in a restaurant
C) Watching football on the telly
D) A double date with your best friend and her lad

5) What's his idea of a perfect date?

A) Snuggling up in the back seat of the cinema
B) A candlelit dinner for 2 somewhere expensive-and he's paying
C) Watching football from the side of the pitch
D) Watching football on the telly

6) Is he a grown-up or a groan-up?

A) His favorite thing is a whoopee cushion
B) His favorite thing is his MP3 player
C) His favorite thing is his dog
D) His favorite thing is his teddy bear

7) Is your boyfriend your best friend?

A) You could tell him your deepest darkest secret and he would keep it
B) He's always ready to hug you when you cry
C) He spends as much time with the lads as with you
D) You'd never tell him you were fed up about something

8) Has he told you he loves you?

A) Yes
B) No
C) He's just someone you go out with for a giggle
D) You don't love him

9) Would you rather have a date with your mate than with your boy?

A) Yes
B) No
C) It depends on where you are going
D) You'd be happy to go out with them both at the same time

10) Could you live without a boy?

A) No-never
B) Yes-but only while you suss out the talent
C) You always two-time anyway
D) Boys are only ok if you haven't got a good friend to chat with on the Net

This is a fun, fast read at only 155 pages. The only thing that I didn't suspect about this book is that it is set in modern-day England. I had to keep reminding myself of that to avoid confusion!
reviewed 10 Ways to Cope with Boys on + 7145 more book reviews
Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com

This book is the sequel to 10 THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU'RE 16. Beth and Anna now both have boyfriends. Beth is dating Joey, Anna's older bother, and Anna is dating Sam, Joey's best friend. While reading a magazine Anna and Beth come across a quiz called You and Your Lad: Suit Him Or Boot Him?

The quiz contains the following questions:

1) How often does he text you?

A) At least 10 texts a day
B) A couple of times a day
C) Once a day
D) A few times a week

2) How often do you see him?

A) Every day
B) About 5 times a week
C) On weekends only
D) It depends

3) Does he have a nickname for you?

A) Yes
B) Only in private
C) When he's feeling romantic
D) No

4) What's your idea of a perfect date?

A) Snuggling up in the back seat of a cinema
B) A candlelit dinner for 2 in a restaurant
C) Watching football on the telly
D) A double date with your best friend and her lad

5) What's his idea of a perfect date?

A) Snuggling up in the back seat of the cinema
B) A candlelit dinner for 2 somewhere expensive-and he's paying
C) Watching football from the side of the pitch
D) Watching football on the telly

6) Is he a grown-up or a groan-up?

A) His favorite thing is a whoopee cushion
B) His favorite thing is his MP3 player
C) His favorite thing is his dog
D) His favorite thing is his teddy bear

7) Is your boyfriend your best friend?

A) You could tell him your deepest darkest secret and he would keep it
B) He's always ready to hug you when you cry
C) He spends as much time with the lads as with you
D) You'd never tell him you were fed up about something

8) Has he told you he loves you?

A) Yes
B) No
C) He's just someone you go out with for a giggle
D) You don't love him

9) Would you rather have a date with your mate than with your boy?

A) Yes
B) No
C) It depends on where you are going
D) You'd be happy to go out with them both at the same time

10) Could you live without a boy?

A) No-never
B) Yes-but only while you suss out the talent
C) You always two-time anyway
D) Boys are only ok if you haven't got a good friend to chat with on the Net

This is a fun, fast read at only 155 pages. The only thing that I didn't suspect about this book is that it is set in modern-day England. I had to keep reminding myself of that to avoid confusion!