A Prom to Remember

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Seven seniors, seven problems, one senior prom.

Cora: Head of the Prom Committee ( and basically every other club in school). Has been dating Perfect Boyfriend Jamie™ for approximately forever, and has NO IDEA how to break up with him ....

Paisley: Sarcastic feminist who wants othing to do with prom. Has somehow managed to nominate her anxiety-ridden best friend for prom king ...

Henry: Quiet ballplayer who hates social situations. Invited to prom by the most popular irl in school. SEND HELP!

Otis: Charming, popular, and one half of one of the cutest couples in his class. Does n't know how to tell his boyfriend that he 's not quite ready for a post-prom hotel room experience ...

Lizzie: A little bit shy, and a lot excited to finally get out of her comfort zone and go to prom. With a gir. Whose name she does n't know.

Cameron: Loner with two jobs and zero friends. Is so done with high school and this whole town: the nly thing he still wants to do is meet the mysterious boy who 's been leaving him notes ...

Jacinta: Unnamed Nerd Girl# 3. Determined to become the star of her own life, starting with prom. Now if only she could find a date ....

A Prom to Remember, the newest book from Sandy Hall ( author of A Little Something Different) is a unny and cinematic look at the biggest dance of every high schooler 's life.
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Published April 24th 2018 by Swoon Reads
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310

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gave it

Fam has us following the perspective of seven students leading up to prom.I really enjoyed and related on some level to each of the seven characters we followed.

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I do n't feel like I got the type of end of the year/prom experience that Jacinta ends up with in the conclusion of the retellin.

Then, there was a tal that I think Paisley told, about why women are called " chicks ".

Finally, both the movie Blockers, and Dream, Simon really got me started thinking about the way we do n't think about with gay teens.

It 's rare I think, that we get such a story about a teen who has the social anxietie that Henry has, where to most people, they seem pretty normal.

Usually when we have stories about teens like that, everyone tends to know or think that they are eird.

gave it

It was really sweet and had a great group of characters.The story follows ora, Paisley, Henry, Otis, Lizzie, Cameron, Jacinta and Luke.

But here prom wasn ’ t overly cheesy and it gave the different prospective.The characters were also pretty good.

It ’ s pretty remarkabl that in such a lon book all of the character and story lines were all really good.Cameron and Lizzie had written to each other all years, but they don ’ t as who the other is.

Also I love that she might be bi ( or at least she ’ s questioning), it ’ s so rare to see a bi character.I liked Henry and Paisley, the were really good frien and I definitely liked that they were only friends.

gave it

7 characters comes with seven different perspectives for their upcoming prom.

gave it

The retellin is told from the points-of-view of seven different characters who are diverse in background, physical type, and homosexuality.

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