Quatre filles et un jean (Quatre filles et un jean, #1)
Publish date: January 2003
Publisher: Gallimard Jeunesse
Pages no: 309
Edition language: French
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Coming Of Age
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
Series: Sisterhood (#1)
I found some more very old reviews, and thought to post them all now, so that they are once and for all all together ;). Some of my friends recommended this book to me, but I wasn't blown away by the premise of four girls sharing a pair of jeans.The book was OK, but not really something I like to ...
I really enjoyed this, much more than I expected. I've heard of this book for years, but I never took the time because I expected it to be too aimed at the young for my tastes. It is definitely a book about and for teens, but it speaks to all ages. It makes you think about things. All of the gir...
These books were seminal to my teenage years. I was roughly the same age as the characters in each book (+/- one year). But I haven't read them since then. I almost stopped my reread because on one of the first pages there's a comment about people eating dogs in Korea. Seriously? This book was pub...
31/5 - Why do they always have to change the book in order for it to become a movie?! Alexis Bledel is nothing like the way I would have imagined Lena (described as having the tanned skin of her Greek ancestry, while Bledel is quite white) if I had read the book first and her character's experience ...
Hello everyone and how's it going for you all? I hope you're doing well! Well, for me I'm doing pretty good. Today I'm going to do a review on The Sisterhood Series by Ann Brashares. I've seen the movies way before I read the books this year. I was shocked and surprised at just how different the boo...
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