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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Lipstick Apology by Jennifer Jabaley (2 reviews)

Reader shiloh
Age 13
Today's date 6/23/09
Author Jennifer Jabaley
Title Lipstick apology
Publisher
Publication date 2009
My review: It was an amazing book could not put it down
Would you nominate this book for an award yes
How much do you read? I read a couple books a week
Quality 5Q Hard to imagine a better book
Popularity 4P Broad general teen appeal
I picked this book because (check as many as you like) The cover was interesting
I got the book from The Bistro
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Reader: Jade
Age: Middle School Student
Library: Bistro Book Club
Title: Lipstick Apology
Author: Jabaley, Jennifer
Publisher: Razorbill
Pub. Date 2009

Would you like to nominate this book for Teens’ Top Ten? Yes
If yes, what makes this book special enough to be nominated for Teens’ Top Ten? ts a mystery you can not solve it with just one clue but all clues is what you need.
What did you like or not like about the cover? Did the cover reflect the contents? I like the picture of the new york skyline with a face melted in but a little bit too much pink.
Describe the most compelling aspect of the book. That Emily does not want to know what the apology meant, i for one would be a detective and try to find the meaning of the book.
Were you disappointed with the book for any reason? If so, what was disappointing?
Did you finish the book Yes
How would you rate this book? 5 Hard to imagine a better book
Please write a short annotation for this book if you think it should be on the Teens Top Ten List.
Additional Comments (Please type or paste your review here)Why diddn’t she just take anthony istead of her friends (Lindsey and Andy) stupid advice about anthony. Emily shoulsd have llistened to her heart in the first place. Then again that is a part of the book if she just fell for him it would be a really short book. The book was fantastic and quite a mystery, she will learn things about herself she never knew.

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