Four Things My Geeky Jock Of A Best Friend Must Do in Europe Written in the form of letters to her best friend Delia back home Brady tells of her adventures while on a Mediterranean cruise with her mother and her progress on Delia s list of things she must

  • Title: Four Things My Geeky-Jock-Of-A-Best-Friend Must Do in Europe
  • Author: Jane Harrington
  • ISBN: 9781581960419
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Written in the form of letters to her best friend, Delia, back home, Brady tells of her adventures while on a Mediterranean cruise with her mother, and her progress on Delia s list of things she must do, including the search for a code red Euro hottie.

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    1. Bought this lighthearted teen story as my tenth book in a ten for a dollar sale. While I didn't expect much I was quite pleased. The story is told from the point of view of a bright and snarky 13 year old girl on a trip to Europe with her mother. It's generally fun and funny and has a series of good natured moments strung together. Its a fast and fun read with no dark issues, and at 157 pages it's worth the hour or two that it'll take to read. Plus it's wholesome enough for a 13 year old. Yep, t [...]

    2. It was hysterical,and absolutely true. Half the time you don't know if you should feel sorry for her or just laugh!I know this stuff often happens overseas!

    3. It is a good book so far. It tells you how close friends can really be. It also shows you how you how some families are so weird. Plus it shows you how Brady gets over personal problems.

    4. “Four Thing My Geeky Jock of a Best Friend Must Do in Europe,” by Jane Hamilton is a phenomenal book. The book is so comical that the only way to describe it is in four keen details. The first detail about the setting is the book. The second detail is the main character in this book; the third detail is questions for the author. The fourth and most important detail why do I think the book is exceptional.The setting of this story is broken up into three places; these places are the location o [...]

    5. Four Things My Geeky-Jock-of-a-Best Friend Must Do in Europeby Jane Harrington pgs160usadarby creek publishingisbn:9781581960417So your on a trip with your mom which doesnt sound so exciting and it isnn't untill you start to do the things listed on your hand in permant marker to do in wurope and One of the hardest things for brady to do on the list is meet and talk to one of the so called "red alert" hotties in europe and evn thou meeting and having panics mooments werent so great she had a good [...]

    6. A last-ditch read before heading into the weeded pile. A 13 year old goes on a cruise to Europe with her mom. The story is told in short letters back to her best friend in the US who has written a list of goals on her friends hand in sharpie. (Wear a bikini in public, meet a "code red Euro- hottie")There is a lot of talk about her blossoming figure, which as a geeky jock, she is not all that comfortable with. Funny in places, eye- rollingly predictable in others. I'll keep it, knowing this will [...]

    7. ONE OF THE SHORT REVIWSThe characters in this book are Brady and Delia. Brady has long brown hair; she’s nice and very personal. Delia is blonde, nice but bossy to her best friend. Delia and Brady are best friends. In this book the 4 things that Delia told Brady to do were #1.write real letters to her best friend every day. #2 Wear a Bikini. #3…in public. #4 meet a hot Euro Hottie. In this book Brady writes to Delia every day and tells her about her day. The most interesting part of the book [...]

    8. Brady sets off on a cruise through Europe with her rather overbearing mother. Before leaving, her best friend wrote 4 things that must be accomplished on Brady's hand. They are #1. Write a letter to her friend each day. #2. Wear a bikini. #3. It must be worn in public. #4. Find a hot European guy. Along the way, Brady meets friends, tries to escape from her mother, and sees famous sights in Italy, France, and Spain.This book is cute and fairly clean. However, there is nothing amazing about it. O [...]

    9. came across this book (and it's companion) while i was shelf-shifting. we have been looking for junior high girly books so i decided to give these two a try. this one is written in letters to a friend about her adventures on a cruise with her mother. very reminiscient of angus thongs etc (whose books the girls in these books read!) cute and short which is how some of our students like their books.

    10. A great story for teenage girls. I heard it was a good book through the grapevine and thought I would give it a try. It was not very long and not a hard read at all. It is probably better for middleschoolers looking for a sweet, feel good book. For me, it was just another book with a happy ending, but it gave me a few good laughs. All in all, not too bad.

    11. This is Harrington's attempt to create an American Georgia Nicholson (Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging, et al.)It works to a degree, although never a LOL moment to be had, unlike the Rennison books. I'll probably read the new one as it's fast and easy. Good summer reading for those reluctant to pick up a book teen girls.

    12. My Thoughts: This is a fun and funny light weight novel geared towards younger teens. I think of it as a cool down. Something to read in between a couple of creepier paranormal novels or to read when you just want to smile. It was really good and did exactly what I hoped it would. (Stop obsessing over HON characters).

    13. Very educational insite the mind of a high school teen. Wish I had something like this to help me when I was IN high school. Funny hearing her thoughts and how she argues with self for her bestt friend when her frineds is not around. I would consider it a must read.

    14. This was a good book :) I mean, it was definitely written for girls, and I only got it because it was free, but I liked it. It was interesting and funny, and I could recommend it to some girls out there. In fact, I am going to let one of my friends borrow it tomorrow :)

    15. Certainly not an earth shatteringly well written book but definitely entertaining, especially with the letter format. The supporting characters were a little flat but this book would be a great choice for a reluctant reader or for someone looking for a easy summer read.

    16. I read this because my best friend pulled it off the shelf at the library and said your reading this and at first I was kind of like are you serious? But in the end I have gotta say that it's a great book

    17. This was the first book I've ever read in English. I have to say I really enjoy it and I loved how they kind if taught you different words in different languages, depending on where the girl (I cannot remember her name) was.

    18. This book was okay, I wouldn't recommend reading it unless you were very,very,very bored. The main charecter was soooooo annoying, she whines all the time. Other than the main charecter having issues the book had a few humorous parts, the trekkie was funny.

    19. This book was a little disappointing. I was excpecting a little teenage foreign romance, but all I got was a bunch of journal entries by this girl who went on a cruise with her mom. Wouldn't recommend it.

    20. Engaging teenage voice. Loved the way this character described her embarrassment in new social situations. The ending surprised me and made me smile.

    21. It was a cute story, but it wasn't very long, didn't go into too much detail, and left me hanging. However, it did relate to typical teen life least the inner story did.

    22. This book is pretty good. There is a girl who goes 2 Europe and her BFF tells her everything she has to do. IT is really funny. It is in letter format. I can't put it down.

    23. I thought this book had a laugh on every page. When I read the back of the book I was like, uhoh this sounds weird. But this book was HILARIOUS I don't think anyone could not like it.!!!!!

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