- Ask Amy Green: Boy Trouble by Sarah Webb | NOOK Book (eBook) | Barnes & Noble®
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Ask Amy Green: Boy Trouble by Sarah Webb | NOOK Book (eBook) | Barnes & Noble®
We want your feedback! Click here. She is writing a self-help column. The only problem is, she can't answer many of these pleas for help herself.
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That is where Amy steps in. For a thirteen year old, Amy is quite grounded and often has good, solid advice for the hopeless teenagers out there.
But Amy's main issue is her best friend Mills. Mills and Amy live next door to each other and have been friends forever, but then Sophie came along.
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Sophie views Amy as dead weight in their quest to be a part of the popular crowd and turns Mills against Amy. Amy stays true to herself and her values, and what do you know? Mills comes back when she realizes how shallow Sophie is. Amy also starts her first romance in this novel with emo punk rocker to us Americans Seth and has her first kiss.
This story is engaging, mostly funny and light with a side of good values and lessons on friendship and peer pressure. Amy is a really terrific character.
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Author, Sarah Webb, has done a great job drawing all the characters in this book and keeping an exciting plot moving right along. This is perfect for your older tween reader who likes realistic fiction with a bit of romance thrown in. It would be a nice, relaxing read after they finish their studies, but it will also make them think about how to solve their own problems. It would also be great by the pool or on any beach, too! How does that person help you? What do you do when that happens?
How does it make you feel? How do you feel about babysitting? Do you think she would be a good friend?