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Monday, May 23, 2011

Anna and the French Kiss - Stephanie Perkins

OK, first of all, the French part of the title is actually about France, so don't panic. and second of all, I am definitely NOT like Anna, the main character in this book whose father sends her off to PARIS for boarding school her senior year. You know why I'm not like her? Because she didn't want to go!!! To PARIS!!!! What is she nuts? It's Paris. Paris, FRANCE. Eiffel Tower. Notre Dame. The Seine. And cute boys with accents. Luckily, that brings her around, finally.

This was a fun story about high school and travel and figuring out who you are no matter where you are. I enjoyed it and people who are interested in travel and/or a little romance will likely enjoy it too.

Available at the Multnomah County Library.

1 comment:

Espana said...

We feel their pain and happiness , we reflect on their situatios , and this book even gets us to childishly take sides . In otnher words ... This book is pretty much made of all goodness in the world , puppys and rainbow unicorns and all , with a dashes of spice and self conlict . On an ending note , thank you Stephanie , for writing this book . Im sure nerdfightaria commends you .