Fact of Life #31

Fact of Life #31

Book - 2008
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Sixteen-year-old Kat, whose mother is a home-birth midwife, feels betrayed when a popular, beautiful classmate gets pregnant and forms a bond with Kat's mother that Kat herself never had.
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780375948190
9780375848193
Characteristics: 375 p. ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Fact of life number thirty-one

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gekeler
Jul 06, 2015

my 5th grade daughter was not a fan.

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ivn
Aug 12, 2014

The more I read, the more I find it interesting. It was talking about a teen girl's life, how to deal with her mom whom she thought cares for the pregnant ladies more than her and her younger sis, and also about her and her boyfriend whom she had a crush on years ago.
Great book!

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redhotpepperz
Aug 14, 2010

this book was a lot better than i thought it'd be, judging by the summaries and cover. it may not seem too interesting in the beginning, but don't give up! keep on going, and it will soon get better and better. this book will keep you up at night, turning pages! This is a must read for all teenage girls!

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