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  • Me and the Blondes
  • Teresa Toten
  • English
  • 16 February 2018
  • 9780143053071

10 thoughts on “Me and the Blondes

  1. says:

    Loved this bookI bought this book and read it in one day I'm a huge fan of anything Teresa Toten Sophie is a girl who just wants to be included and tired of of the attention of her father's imprisonment she shouldn't be paying the price It's a lovely book about a teenager who just wants to be She knows what she wants she just wants to fit in and she finds the 'it' crowd the 'blondes' Loved this book can't wait to read t

  2. says:

    Me and the Blondes is an entertaining fun novel to read by Teresa Toten published in 2006 I liked the length of the book and I liked

  3. says:

    Official book descriptionSophie Kadinsky has spent the last six years trying to keep her crazy family life secret The devil is in the details The first detail is her larger than life eccentric Bulgarian mother The slightly larger detail is the fact that her gentle poet father has been charged with murder All Sophie wants is to be adored and invincible which is really hard once people find out about her father's in prison But this time aft

  4. says:

    I got this book about 8 years ago My middle school library was giving it away and I think I took it because it had a white pine selection sticker on it I never really read it because I was never in the mood for it The synopsis never made too much sense to me and eventually I forgot the book was even on my shelf I was reorganizing my shelf over Christmas and came across this book again I decided to bring it to university with me an

  5. says:

    At the same time hysterically funny and deadpan serious Me and the Blondes is an engaging read for girls aged 13 16 From Auntie Eva’s unforgettable life philosophies – “You got to inspire za boobies A beautiful too big brassie

  6. says:

    i think this book started off really slow and confusing it was jumpy in the beginning and didn't make much sence as it got into character description and detail of the setting and the plot about 4 chapters in it starts to make sence as you come aroung about the 7 or so chapter the book caught my interest i found

  7. says:

    I loved loved loved this book I loved the voice so honest and raw and often hilarious I loved how the characters interacted and the glimpses we got into the mind of our protagonist 14 year old Sophie I loved her take on the world and the way her life had shaped her and how she saw the world I loved how life affirming and

  8. says:

    I couldn't motivate myself to continue reading this book Not because it was badbecause it was nothing The plot was kinda weird and made no sense Sophia kept mentioning her dead dad who was a king of something which really didn't fit in at all And it took place in the 70's too which I just couldn't pictureso I uit readin

  9. says:

    Hands down one of the best books I've ever read Every 10 12 year old girl should read this book In addition the great story surrounding the main character and her desire to fit in with the popular girls who doesn't want that? what really stands out are the supporting aunties in the book Just make sure to read their characters with an Eastern European accent in your head

  10. says:

    It's the chick flick of books Not terribly influential or moving but just the same it's a fun book about a girl trying to hide her somewhat dark and notorious past to move on and try to fit into the jungle hierarchy of high school

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Me and the Blondes

“How did your poor husband pass away” Make it simple Mama I tried to bore into her simple simple “His brains exploded”  I heard a gasp It was me “An aneurysm” “Okay” said Mama  “I’m sorry hon” said Mrs Haver “At least it was fast”  “It vas” Mama looked puzzled I nodded furiously at her “Ya It vas Yours” “Heart attack” “Oooo dat’s good too” I cou. Me and the Blondes is an entertaining fun novel to read by Teresa Toten published in 2006 I liked the length of the book and I liked how every chapter had an event or something important going on This book reminds me of the film Mean Girls because they both have a similar plot new girl comes to a new school and gets involved with the popular girls If you re looking for a simple and relaxing read I would definitely recommend it The characters in this novel are all very uniue and made the novel fun to read They all had very different personalities and all played important parts in the novel I liked how the main character Sophie fit in with the popular girls at her new school I also liked how they included her and Sophie got comfortable with sharing her secret Madison s personality reflected how she acted She was a pretty popular girl but she was nice Most of these kinds of girls are not so this made Madison uniue For example in the novel she includes Sophie into the group Most girls like her wouldn t Sophia s mother is also very different than your regular mother She is Bulgarian and she had to raise her daughter alone most of her life This book shows a lot of empathy Sophie cares so much about helping out her friends even when she s struggling herself For example she helped Madison with her family problems and really risked herself and almost got in a lot of trouble but knew that it was worth it for a friend Madison also shows empathy when she is willing to include the new girl into her group of friends When I first started reading this novel my prediction was that Sophia would have a hard time fitting in and Madison s group would be the people treating her poorly This novel portrays a good message and anyone looking for a good read should definitely consider reading Me and the Blondes I would rate the book a 810

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Ld’ve killed her Sophie Kandinsky has spent the last six years trying to keep her crazy family life secret The devil is in the details The first detail is her larger than life eccentric Bulgarian mother The slightly larger detail is the fact that her gentle poet father has been charged with murder All Sophie wants is to be adored and invincible which is really hard once people find out her. I got this book about 8 years ago My middle school library was giving it away and I think I took it because it had a white pine selection sticker on it I never really read it because I was never in the mood for it The synopsis never made too much sense to me and eventually I forgot the book was even on my shelf I was reorganizing my shelf over Christmas and came across this book again I decided to bring it to university with me and read it So that s exactly what I did I will say the reading level is definitely advanced middle school makes sense why my primarily ghetto middle school was giving it away however I don t think the content is middle school appropriate necessarily I am in a sense glad I waited so long to read it Despite it s rather easy reading level at this point in my life it was a nice break from all the textbooks I ve been reading It was also nice because it takes place in Toronto and although it takes place about 30 years ago a lot of the places mentioned were relatable to me including the high school Sophia attends Overall great read The first few chapters get confusing but keep reading there s meaning behind everything I definitely recommend it

Summary Me and the Blondes

Father’s in prisonBut this time after yet another move to another new school and another opportunity to wipe the slate clean Sophie has devised a plan On her first day of school she will locate The Blondes that cliue of perfect confident girls who are beyond gossip and reproach and she will make them her friends This time no one will find out the truth This time everything will be brillia. Hands down one of the best books I ve ever read Every 10 12 year old girl should read this book In addition the great story surrounding the main character and her desire to fit in with the popular girls who doesn t want that what really stands out are the supporting aunties in the book Just make sure to read their characters with an Eastern European accent in your head


About the Author: Teresa Toten

My earliest and most fervent ambition was to grow up and take my rightful place among the other mermaids When cruel and insensitive adults crushed that dream by insisting that mermaids did not exist I settled on the mature aspiration of becoming an intergalactic astronaut Then I realized that math would likely be involved So in the end I went to Trinity College at the University of Toro