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Peaches
Peaches
Author: Jodi Lynn Anderson
Murphy McGowen has bright green eyes, a reputation as the wildest girl in Bridgewater, and a way of getting out of all the trouble she gets into. But when she's caught stealing from the Darlington Orchard, she's forced to repay her debt picking peaches in the hot Georgia sun. Leeda Cawley-Smith has professionally whitened teeth and the softest...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780060733056
ISBN-10: 0060733055
Publication Date: 6/1/2005
Pages: 320
Reading Level: Young Adult
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  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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I was a little unsure if I would like the book when I started it, and almost quit. But by the 27th page, I was bonded instantly to all 3 girls who came to work at the darlington orchard. Most DEFINITLY read this book.
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Helpful Score: 1
an amaizng story about three grils ho are total diffrent but find something in one a nother that makes them best friends.
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Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com

Birdie, Leeda, and Murphy are three girls that you need to get to know. Now.

Murphy is the troublemaker, Birdie is the shy girl whose dad owns the peach farm all the girls work at, and Leeda can seem like the snobby girl, but deep down is very sweet. These three girls, who don't know each other at all when they first come to work, soon become best friends. They have their boyfriend problems, petty fights, and family problems that they help each other overcome, and that's what pulls them together.

This book is definitely for THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS fans. All three of the girls are good and bad in their own ways and are loyal to each other. But not so much that it gets boring...

Even though it was a little difficult to get into, I ended up loving PEACHES by the time I was done. A great girly-girl book, or even for anyone interested in how friendships form, and how peach-picking can impact a friendship.
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Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com

Birdie, Leeda, and Murphy are three girls that you need to get to know. Now.

Murphy is the troublemaker, Birdie is the shy girl whose dad owns the peach farm all the girls work at, and Leeda can seem like the snobby girl, but deep down is very sweet. These three girls, who don't know each other at all when they first come to work, soon become best friends. They have their boyfriend problems, petty fights, and family problems that they help each other overcome, and that's what pulls them together.

This book is definitely for THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS fans. All three of the girls are good and bad in their own ways and are loyal to each other. But not so much that it gets boring...

Even though it was a little difficult to get into, I ended up loving PEACHES by the time I was done. A great girly-girl book, or even for anyone interested in how friendships form, and how peach-picking can impact a friendship.
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I think this story is a good cross between The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and The Breakfast club. It was a fun book to read and the dynamics of the three girls (Birdie, Leeda, and Murphy) was great. They were believable characters. It was a great summer read, and I wish I could have read it out by the pool (unfortunately 2 young kids would never let me). I am probably going to read the other books in the series to see where the story goes from here.
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Teenage daughter loved this book.


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