Class Ring When Tobey Heydon wears Brose s class ring her family insists that it be understood they are not going steady This inevitably leads straight into difficulties and misunderstandings But what Brose lik

  • Title: Class Ring
  • Author: Rosamond du Jardin
  • ISBN: 9780397301843
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Tobey Heydon wears Brose s class ring, her family insists that it be understood they are not going steady This inevitably leads straight into difficulties and misunderstandings But what Brose likes best about Tobey better even than her nearly red hair and her smile is that she is so honest A boy appreciates that quality in a girl So when she tells him she is goiWhen Tobey Heydon wears Brose s class ring, her family insists that it be understood they are not going steady This inevitably leads straight into difficulties and misunderstandings But what Brose likes best about Tobey better even than her nearly red hair and her smile is that she is so honest A boy appreciates that quality in a girl So when she tells him she is going to a college dance with another man, he is secretly reassured even while he growls However, things become and complicated until the class ring changes hands for a while.

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      Published :2018-08-17T13:12:08+00:00

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    1. Tobey Heydon blissfully enters her senior year of high school wearing Brose's class ring. Tobey and Brose have been good friends for years and it feels so natural and perfect to wear his ring. Tobey's parents are a bit concerned that Tobey is pinning herself to one boy when she is so young, but she assures them she and Brose aren't really going steady--though Brose seems to feel they ought to be and Tobey seems pretty content with just Brose, too. Until one fateful day when Dick Allen, the colle [...]

    2. This is the second book in the Tobey Heydon series. I read book #1,Practically Seventeen, when I was a kid and found it in my older sister's room, and later I saw book #2 in the library but didn't check it out and never saw it again, which bothered me for a while, but then I turned 11 and got over it. Rereading Practically Seventeen was fun because it was a childhood memory, but I don't have the same fondness for this one.Class Ring opens a week after Practically Seventeen ends. Tobey is now wea [...]

    3. It's unfashionable these days to admit that aesthetics and politics can differ. To like an artwork, these days, is to politically agree with it. This leads to bad judgments in every direction; not only is good art criticized and bad art praised because of ideological content (e.g. the Christian Rock genre), but you get spectacles like nerds pretending that a pile of nigh-reactionary garbage like Pacific Rim is somehow progressive because they aesthetically adore its giant robots and slimy monste [...]

    4. It was fun to return to these books. I still like Tobey very much. It used to be that exchanging your class ring or getting pinned were signs of going steady. Now you change your status on Facebook from "single" to "in a relationship with"

    5. Another Tobey Heydon book that I read like a self-help manual. How To Get a Class Ring Out of An Ordinary Boyfriend. :D

    6. Should Tobey and Brose go steady? What a simpler era!I think this was one of the first books I ever purchased for myself. It was fifty cents, a Berkley Medallion paperback.

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