This book had multiple stories in it. There was one about how a man's angel wings were torn off. There was another story about a girl who was dating a guy who ones a tattoo parlor and she wasn't into tattoos but she wants to get one from his shop. She woke up with a new tattoo every morning and until she talks to her boyfriend, they will keep coming. They went away after she talked him.
This has amazing stories.
Both students: There is bad language and sexual references.
North student: I picked the book because of the title. I liked it because the stories were interesting and I continuously wanted to read more. This is a book for older children because it has bad language and sexual references.
Robbinsdale student: I picked this because it looked like a good book. It is an interesting book and has a good story. I liked it "a little," and I think other people would like it, too. I would skip this book because I don't like reading, but this was OK. I would get this book for some of my friends because I think they would like it..
This collection of nine stories are designed to show teens how the ordinary can be extraordinary.
12 and Up
10 and Up
Reviewed by students at North Junior High School, St. Cloud, MN, as part of the Use Your ABCs program. Also read by a student at Robbinsdale Cooper High School, New Hope, MN. This was par
Skip. Although I liked this book, the language and subject matter can be a deterrent.
|Author||Francesca Lia Block|
|Publisher||HarperTeen, Imprint HarperCollins Publishers © 2009|