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Around Connie's best guy friend Will and ever reliable Will has been acting strangely awkward around Connie But with a little luck and a lot of determination Connie is sure that she can make everything right again in her wor. Four years ago I originally gave it 5 stars because I never considered the technicality of a book back then This book was one of the first few that I ve never finished Ironically I ve loved this book so much that I ve lost count on the times I ve reread itLooking back I realized that although it was light hearted and cute it was too dense Also I never liked the main character She was your typical Mary Sue

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Cross Your Heart Connie Pickles

Love money friendship and incredibly uncomfortable underwear All these eternal mysteries are small challenges to Constance de Bellechasse Too bad the glamorous inner persona of Constance comes through only as plain old Connie. It is a good book and written in the style of a diary which I like its a good book I going to read the next one

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Pickles in everyday lifeConnie's first order of business finding her mother a new husband Connie enlists the help of her best friend Julie and before long everything spirals out of control Boy crazy Delilah begins fluttering. Very good book Very engaging and makes you constantly want to read A bit of a weak story line but ultimately a good read I would recommend it to 12 14 year olds The only downside to this book is that it ends on a huge cliffhanger which leaves to to guess what happens next


10 thoughts on “Cross Your Heart Connie Pickles

  1. says:

    Cross Your Heart Connie Pickles is a little like Harriet the Spy meets Ghost World This book was the personal diary of 14 year old Connie Pickles and her meddling misadventures It was both laugh out loud funny and a realistic endearing coming of age story Some children's books are written solely for kids but some kids' books can be appreciat

  2. says:

    For some weird reason I didn't think I was going to like this book The reason was the front cover and description They sounded so meh But now I am so glad that I did read it It wasn't entirely remarkable but for some reason I loved this book Whether it's the characters or Connie or the descriptions or the story Well I don't know What I do know is that I'm glad that I gave it a chance because when it came down

  3. says:

    It is a good book and written in the style of a diary which I like its a good book I going to read the next one

  4. says:

    Oh the problems perils of the teenage yearsFourteen year old Connie is in desperate need of help to solve the eternal mysteries of friends male female love money French things including kisses uncomfortable underwearto add to this she is also trying her hand at matchmaking by trying to find a man for her beautiful Frenc

  5. says:

    Very good book Very engaging and makes you constantly want to read A bit of a weak story line but ultimately a good read I would recommend it to 12 14 year olds The only downside to this book is that it ends on a huge cliffh

  6. says:

    Cross your heart Connie Pickles is a book about a girl who wants to find a perfect man for her mom She also wants to win the foreign

  7. says:

    Four years ago I originally gave it 5 stars because I never considered the technicality of a book back then This book was one of the first fe

  8. says:

    Bought this book for my soon to by 10 year old daughter It was in the book store under the 8 13 year old section As I was reading it I was surprised about the things she was talking about and realized this is NOT a book for a child I however enjoyed it It was a lot of fun to read and had a cute ending but being a grown up I could appreciate it a bit Maybe will let my daughter read this when she is in high scho

  9. says:

    I wouldn't say i liked it but it was a fun read It made me reminisce of my highschool years a time when there was never a day that passed without writing on my journal about my best friends and frenemies; boys and crushes; and all those bits of drama most teenagers go through in the trying years of adolescence

  10. says:

    Cute and uirky although not the most well written book A fun read though I thought Connie was a bit too full of herself Glad she realised this later on A disappointing rushed ending as the author seemed to be attempting to tie up all