Jumble Pie IN THE BEGINNING there was the pie The pie was without form and texture and any manner of identifiable filling and darkness was upon the face of the Home Ec Teacher So begins the story of two girls

  • Title: Jumble Pie
  • Author: Melanie Lynne Hauser
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: ebook
  • IN THE BEGINNING, there was the pie The pie was without form and texture and any manner of identifiable filling , and darkness was upon the face of the Home Ec Teacher So begins the story of two girls, a friendship, and a pie JUMBLE PIE, to be exact A Home Ec project gone very wrong, except for the fact that it brings together two very different young girls and helps IN THE BEGINNING, there was the pie The pie was without form and texture and any manner of identifiable filling , and darkness was upon the face of the Home Ec Teacher So begins the story of two girls, a friendship, and a pie JUMBLE PIE, to be exact A Home Ec project gone very wrong, except for the fact that it brings together two very different young girls and helps them form a friendship that lasts through bad haircuts, unrequited love, endless incarnations of Madonna, and their own evolving dreams Until New Year s Eve, 1999, when another pie comes along, resulting in a pre party blow up that sets Juliet and Emily, women now, to remembering how it all got started.

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    1. To be honest I was first like, "Oh *scrunches up face* an e-book. I don't wanna read that*whines*." (I am not sure how I feel about e-books) Boy, am glad I did read it. A very good read. Anyone who has had a friendship with a person where you both are just in different places at different times in life, but yet you try to keep the friendship alive because you have just been friends for so long, will relate to this book. It's a sometimes funny, happy and sad book. In the beginning you can't help [...]

    2. This was a cute story of friendship between two very different people. I probably would have liked it better but I just couldn't like Em.

    3. Jumble Pie is an interesting tale of friendship of two very different girls Emily and Juliet. How there friendship starts, how it grows, how it withers and how it restarts.Emily Meredith, who talked at 9 months, Longfellow Elementary School Spelling Bee Champion for three years in a row, the youngest champion, ever, then the youngest editor of the Ravenwood Rooster ever, then graduate at the top of our class and get a scholarship to a fancy-schmancy college.But Juliet Montague, she is just an av [...]

    4. At the moment, this book is only available as a PDF if you visit the author's website and enter your e-mail address to ask her to send it to you. She has two other books she's published, the Super Mom series, but this is a book she wrote before those and still hopes to have published some day. It's a pretty simple friendship story, about two girls who became friends in middle school, when they needed each other, and the changes in their friendship as the grow up. It culminates in a New Year's Ev [...]

    5. It's easy to tell which character the author truly loves, as that's the one she visits untold humiliations upon.The book is very, very readable -- Hauser is great with conversation and turns some delightful phrases. And while it's recognizably chick-lit, even the Designated Less Intelligent Friend isn't a typical chick-lit ditz. A day later, it's the characters who'd be derided walk-ons in a typical chick-lit book -- but who are real, vivid, and sympathetic here -- who are sticking with me.This [...]

    6. Reading the first pages of this book, I was immediately reminded of my own teenage years, and friends that I had who bore a striking resemblance to Emily in this book. The story is full of metaphors as the characters comment on numerous times. In short it was an enjoyable read that would provide much for discussion in a book group.

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