Wonderful story of best friends going through the trying ways of life. Thoroughly enjoyed this book and hope you do as well :)
I absolutely LOVED this book when I was younger! And when i worked at Borders I reccomended it frequently. Of course, you can't go wrong with Judy Blume!
I'm surprised this book hasn't fallen apart on me yet. I could recite the entire thing from front to back I read it so much! I loved all of Judy Blumes' books, and this is a great book to introduce girls into development and maturity as they advance into High School.
Rachel and Stephanie are best friends. A new girl named Allison moves into their neighborhood and Stephanie wants them all to be friends. This book tells about how Stephanie tries to make her relationship with Rachel work while she also wants to be friends with Allison.
Great book about that crazy middle school age!
Rachel is Stephanie's best friend. Since second grade, they've shared secrets, good and bad. Now in seventh grade, Alison moves into the neighborhood. Stephanie hopes all three of them can be best friends, because Stephanie really likes Alison. But it looks as if it's going to be a case of two's company and three's a crowd. Can the girls' friendship be saved?
a classic young adult novel!
My 12 year old enjoyed this book
This was one of my absolute favorites when I was young. Such a great book, I recommend it for all young adults.
This book is about three girls who are struggling to stay friends. I reccomend this book for ges 7-10.
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Ordered this book and a few others for a school libery. I am hoping they like it
From the cover - Rachel is Stephanie's best friend. Since the second grade they have shared all their secrets, good and bad. So when Alison moves in, Stephanie hopes that the three of them can be best friends because Stephanie really likes Alison. After all, they have even more to share now, including seventh grade and Jeremy Dragon, the cutest boy in junior high.
Even though the three of them live in a quiet Connecticut neighborhood, there's a lot going on in their lives. Stephanie wishes her father didn't have to work so far from home and she worries that Rachel's talents will get in the way of their friendship. Rachel and Alison have to deal with changes in their own lives, yet Stephanie is sure everything will work out fine- "just as long as we're together."