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by Sarah Webb


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Welcome to my very first Amy Green book. Please help! It’s boy trouble. What else?) I hooked up with this mega cute guy two weeks ago at a Sinister Teen Frite Nite.

Welcome to my very first Amy Green book. Thank you so much for picking it up. I’d like to tell you a little about myself before you start reading. Or, if you like, jump right in and read this later. I live in Dun Laoghaire, which is a difficult to pronounce (you say Dun Leery ) but very lovely place on the coast near Dublin, Ireland. I have three children: Sam, 14, Amy, 5 (Amy Green is named after her) and Jago, 2. They provide lots of inspiration, especially my son and his friends. Oops, sorry, Sam says I’m embarrassing him again.

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Ask Amy Green: Summer Secrets. Ask Amy Green: Boy Trouble. Amy's mom is getting married! But from boy troubles to wardrobe dilemmas to embarrassing parentals, Amy and her cool aunt, Clover, have their hands full. Amy Green is finally turning fourteen, and her mother and Dave are getting married on her birthday! Wedding fever is at an all-time high for Amy and her aunt Clover. But while everyone is caught up in confetti and cake, the groom seems to have gone AWOL.

Ask Amy Green: Boy TroublePaperback – 2 February 2009. by Sarah Webb(Author).

aunt write an advice column for lovelorn girls faces her own dilemma when she alienates her friends after falling for a cute but aloof boy in her art class.

A thirteen-year-old Irish girl who helps her seventeen-year-old aunt write an advice column for lovelorn girls faces her own dilemma when she alienates her friends after falling for a cute but aloof boy in her art class.

Meet Amy Green – teenage agony aunt extraordinaire! When Amy’s seventeen-year-old Aunt Clover lands a dream job giving advice for teen mag The Goss Amy quickly . Books related to Ask Amy Green: Boy Trouble.

Meet Amy Green – teenage agony aunt extraordinaire! When Amy’s seventeen-year-old Aunt Clover lands a dream job giving advice for teen mag The Goss Amy quickly realizes that this is no ordinary column. Clover – being Clover – doesn’t just want to answer her readers’ letters, she wants to solve their problem. ersonally. From stamping out malicious rumours to handling first kisses and creating the perfect Bebo page, the pair bring happiness to many unhappy girls. But when Amy falls for the cute boy in her art class, she finds she’s in need of a little help of her ow. n this series  .

Tell us if something is incorrect. Her teenage aunt writes an advice column. But what if Amy needs boy tips of her own? A witty take on the ups and downs of friends, family, and first romance. Thirteen-year-old Amy Green has a lot to juggle: handling divorced parents, minding messy baby siblings, and navigating snobby cliques at school. So when her cool but crazy seventeen-year-old aunt, Clover, lands a job giving advice for the teen mag The Goss, Amy jumps at the chance to help out as her sidekick.

Автор: Webb Sarah Название: Ask Amy Green: Boy Trouble Издательство: Random House (USA) . Thirteen-year-old Amy Green has a lot to juggle: handling her divorced parents, minding her messy baby siblings, and navigating the snobby popular cliques at school.

2010 Язык: ENG Поставляется из: США Описание: Her sassy teenage aunt writes an advice column.

Her sassy teenage aunt writes an advice column. But what if Amy needs boy tips of her own? A witty, genuine take on the ups and downs of friends, family, and first romance. (Age 11 and up)Thirteen-year-old Amy Green has a lot to juggle: handling her divorced parents, minding her messy baby siblings, and navigating the snobby popular cliques at school. So when her cool but crazy seventeen-year oldaunt, Clover lands a job giving advice for the teen mag THE GOSS, Amy jumps at the chance to help out as her sidekick. Of course Clover, being Clover, doesn’t just want to answer readers’ letters, she wants to solve their problems . . . personally. From stamping out malicious rumors to giving a cad his comeuppance to creating the perfect web page, the two come up with some clever hands-on schemes that bring happiness to many unhappy girls. But when Amy falls for the cute but aloof boy in her art class — and her own friends start snubbing her big-time — can she find a way out of her own dilemma?

Comments: (7)

Blackseeker
My daughter really enjoyed this book. She said there were some possibly inappropriate things, evocation of menstruation -- but not beyond what she already knows about, just something to be aware of if you are worried about such things. It seems somewhat trashy, but hey, reading should be fun, and everybody likes a little trash sometimes.
Mardin
THE BOY LIKED IT.
Whitestone
Sweet book targetted more for teens.
Xig
Great start to a great series! Very realistic and helpful, 10/10 definitely I would give it! Amazing, funny and very realistic :)
Thomand
This book is sooooo amazing i love clover. I have read the whole series I could not stop reading them
Aaaaaaamazing
Painwind
Amy lives in Ireland with her Mum and her Mum's boyfriend Dave, and her two half siblings, both of whom are babies. Life has been hectic for Amy since her parent's divorce. Her Dad cheated on her Mum and he now lives with his girlfriend Shelley, who is unbearable to Amy. The babies take up the whole house and a good part of Amy's time. Amy is the go-to babysitter, especially when Mum is losing her mind. The good news for Amy is she has a young, cool aunt named Clover, who is seventeen. Clover often whips over in her Mini-Cooper and saves the day for Amy. Clover has recently found a job at the cool magazine, Goss. She is writing a self-help column. The only problem is, she can't answer many of these pleas for help herself. That is where Amy steps in. For a thirteen year old, Amy is quite grounded and often has good, solid advice for the hopeless teenagers out there.

But Amy's main issue is her best friend Mills. Mills and Amy live next door to each other and have been friends forever, but then Sophie came along. Sophie views Amy as dead weight in their quest to be a part of the popular crowd and turns Mills against Amy. Amy stays true to herself and her values, and what do you know? Mills comes back when she realizes how shallow Sophie is. Amy also starts her first romance in this novel with emo (punk rocker to us Americans) Seth and has her first kiss.

This story is engaging, mostly funny and light with a side of good values and lessons on friendship and peer pressure. Amy is a really terrific character. Author, Sarah Webb, has done a great job drawing all the characters in this book and keeping an exciting plot moving right along. This is perfect for your (older) tween reader who likes realistic fiction with a bit of romance thrown in. It would be a nice, relaxing read after they finish their studies, but it will also make them think about how to solve their own problems. It would also be great by the pool or on any beach, too!
Darksinger
Ask Amy Green - Boy Trouble is an absolutely adorable book. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it from page 1 - I thought the entire novel from cover to characters to storyline was adorable.

Although this book is not really written for an older teen - it is more middle grade, the storyline is full of discovery and made me relive some of my own younger days when I was discovering first love and trying to get it all to fit.

The storyline is well written - full of wonderful messages, but also incredibly entertaining, all the while keeping me engaged and fully identifying with the characters.

I remember just how difficult it was to understand the opposite sex and to try to make enough time for everyone - especially my BFF.

This book is full of wonder, possibility and hope - while sticking to an entertaining story that went by way too quickly.

Perfect summer read.
This book was great. I found it when I went to Ireland with my grandparents and I didn't want to put it down. Clover was my fave character and had me laughing all the time. I think if you read this at any time through middle school you'll like it. I first read it when I was the same age as Amy and I felt like Sarah Webb was reading my mind. It deals with feeling left out, trying to figure out who you are, and guys- the sweethearts and players-in a really funny way. Enjoy :D
Ask Amy Green: Boy Trouble download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Sarah Webb
ISBN: 0763650633
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Candlewick (February 22, 2011)
Pages: 288 pages