Book Reviews of Gingerbread

Author: Rachel Cohn
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ISBN-13: 9780689843372
ISBN-10: 0689843372
Publication Date: 3/1/2002
Pages: 176
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Simon Schuster Children's Publishing
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 5
This is the first book in a series of three including SHRIMP, and CUPCAKE. When I received Cupcake I did not realize it was initially the third book in the series, and a teen novel. I decided to read the series anyway, and started with this novel. I found it to be a page turner, and a light read. There is some content that does not make it suitable for a younger teen though.
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Helpful Score: 5
Pretty good book. It really sucked me in, I stayed up till 1 a.m. just so I could finish it. The only thing that really bugged me is how the author treated sex, like there was nothing special about it and you could do it with whoever you wanted. To be honest, every now and then I felt the main character was a little slutty, and that definitely irritated me (I'm a Christian). Overall, though, a rather good book. Only give it to a younger teen if you're prepared to talk to them about it, not a book for young teens to read alone.
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Helpful Score: 2
I happen to love adolescent and children's literature. this is definitely for the older teen, though due to content!
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Helpful Score: 1
I loved this book! If you liked the Weetzie Bat series, you will love this. I rec' it for any teen who is sick of the mushy YA series where everything ends up all rosy and perfect. A great read for a mature girl.
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Helpful Score: 1
Quick enjoyable read. I did something with this book I've never done before. Finished it, and a couple days later, read it again. I enjoyed it even more.
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Very heartfelt book.
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Wow. What a great book. I read it over the summer and I was amazed! It is a must-read for young adults, such as me. Young females who feel left out, or like an outcast will really anjoy Cyd and her buddie Gingerbread. 5 stars from me!!
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After getting tossed from her posh boarding school, wild, willful, and coffee addicted Cyd Charisse returns to San Fran to live with her parents.

Story about teen whose choices reflect her desire to be noticed and loved by her family. A little too formula....
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I really liked it. That's all.
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Awesome and easy read. Definitely recommend reading this book!
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Gingerbread was a perfect book for me in high school- misfit, rebellious and in need of literature about others like me. Cyd and her dramas were perfect: not a cheerleader wondering who she would go to homecoming with, but a girl who was like me; fighting with her parents, getting grounded, dressing the way she wanted.
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I read this book a few years back, but I just loved it! I felt like I knew the characters in the book and the story was very great and well written! Wonderful book to read!
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Gingerbread is an amazing book! I have read it twice actually. It is great for teenagers and young adults. It covers alot of issues that people are going through everyday. Such as parents, trying to be individual, and relationships!

great read.