Me, Him, Them, and It

Caela Carter (Author)


ME: Evelyn, closeted good girl turned bad.
HIM: Todd, her supposed Friend with Benefits.
THEM: Her cold, distant parents.
IT: The baby that's growing inside her.

When Evelyn decided to piss off her parents with a bad reputation, she wasn't planning to ruin her valedictorian status. She also wasn't planning to fall for Todd-the guy she was just using for sex. And she definitely wasn't planning on getting pregnant. When Todd turns his back on her, Evelyn's not sure where to go. Can a distant mother, a cheating father, an angry best friend, and a (thankfully) loving aunt with adopted daughters of her own help Evelyn make the heart-wrenching decisions that follow?

Product Details

Bloomsbury U.S.A. Children's Books
Publish Date
June 10, 2014
5.53 X 0.9 X 8.49 inches | 0.69 pounds

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About the Author

CAELA CARTER is also the author of My Best Friend, Maybe. She spent eight years working in middle and high schools as a teacher and a librarian. A graduate of The New School's MFA program, she also writes for Teen Writers Bloc, a blog on children's literature. She lives in New York with her husband.


"Evie . . . is the wisest, funniest, most conflicted narrator since Juno. Me, Him, Them, and It ought to be assigned alongside The Scarlet Letter." --Patricia McCormick, National Book Award finalist and bestselling author

"Caela Carter paints a raw and unflinching picture of the truth about teen pregnancy--a truth every teen should know . . . Readers looking for a bold and gripping addition to their bookshelf will not be disappointed--and will not be able to put this book down." --Jennifer Brown, author of Hate List and Bitter End

"Deftly captures the emotional complexities of teenage pregnancy . . . For readers looking for genres that express the stark realities of life with all their highs and lows, this book will be one to recommend." --VOYA

"Breathtaking, brutal, and beautifully real, Carter's debut is stunning." --Romantic Times