- Calling Maggie May
- By: Anonymous
- Pages: 257
- Publisher: Simon Pulse
- Finished: 9/17/15
What it’s About
A teenage girl feels like she can’t live up to the high expectations that her parents have for her. 259 more words
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Genres: Non-Fiction, Drama, Diary
Publication Date: March 1994
Synopsis: Nancy was an innocent fourteen-year-old when she fell in love for the very first time. Collin was a dream come true–a handsome college student, and he made her trust him completely.
This book has a lot of difficult topics and should be read with discussion and children and young adults especially (but anyone reading this) may want to talk about some of the themes of the story with someone they trust to be honest with them and in general discus it. 767 more words
I’ve read this book twice now, and both times I’ve read it I had two very different reactions from one another over it. It’s a very dark, very scary scenario this main character is going through, and the fact it’s in a diary-style format just makes it all the more unsettling. 535 more words
There’s so much worse now that things have gotten better.
I’m not an American teenager nor am I a parent of one. And this is not the seventies. 327 more words