Bittersweet

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Product Details

Price
$9.99
Publisher
Simon Pulse
Publish Date
Pages
378
Dimensions
5.55 X 8.21 X 1.01 inches | 0.72 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781442430365

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About the Author

Sarah Ockler is the bestselling author of #scandal, The Book of Broken Hearts, Bittersweet, Fixing Delilah, and Twenty Boy Summer. Her books have received numerous accolades, including ALA's Best Fiction for Young Adults, Girls' Life Top 100 Must Reads, Indie Next List, and nominations for YALSA Teens' Top Ten, and NPR's Top 100 Teen Books. She lives in Washington with her husband, Alex. Visit her at SarahOckler.com and find her on Twitter and Facebook.

Reviews

"An entertaining read with an engaging, relatable protagonist. Hudson's lively first-person narrative is both wry and sympathetic, and it incorporates issues ranging from self-discovery to family and relationship complexities, along with identifying and following your dreams." "--Booklist"


"If this doesn't make you want to eat a cupcake, cuddled up under a warm blanket on a cold winters night with a mug of hot chocolate than I don't know what will. This book is so well crafted from the sweet winter romance, to the icy back drop from the winter season in the small town of Watonka, NY to the ice skating and ice hockey subplots and the deliciously described cupcakes. I adored everything about this well-written story." --mundiemoms.blogspot.com
"Any reader who has ever wondered or worried about their place in the world will easily connect to this charming, funny novel." --teenreads.com
"At its heart, this story is about family, community, and communication, and Hudson narrates it with warmth and wry humor."Bittersweet "is a book worth recommending." --School Library Journal
"Hudson's conflicting emotions are richly realized... an engaging and sometimes emotionally challenging read..." --"Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books"

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