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These Are the Rules Hardcover – May 1, 1997. It's this last one that takes Colm a whole summer to understand.

These Are the Rules Hardcover – May 1, 1997. by. Paul Many (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. With delicious irreverence, new author Paul Many describes the ups and downs in a normal teenage life-revealing all the crazy, unexpected growth that happens along the way. Readers will roar as Colm struggles to get his driver's license, fights with his domineering father, and juggles his feelings for two different girls. Although these rites of passage are nearly universal, Paul Many explores them with a refreshing tone.

These Are the Rules Mass Market Paperback – June 9, 1998. In this debut novel, Many adroitly captures the nuances and ironies of teenage ups and downs with irreverent humor and contemporary dialogue. Many is an author to watch. -School Library Journal. Laugh-out-loud funny, Many's story is the archetypal YA first-person narrative of the sensitive, bumbling teenager trying to figure out the & about dating, and girls, and driving, and where he's going. It will move teens and engender wry recognition.

These Are the Rules book. -S Introducing a new author to Knopf Paperbacks in a hilarious, fast-paced story of a tortured summer romance-from the guy's point of view.

In spite of this less-than-profound discovery, Many succeeds in making a teenager's self-centered perspective perfectly natural. It won't take readers long to figure out which girl suits Colm more, but his own oblivion is completely credible.

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 21 years ago. Colm has an easy an laidback outlook on the summer, the book has some really good events that really could happen to anyone.

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His parents NOT/BE very strict people but they didn’t approve of Paul’s habit of playing computer games till late at night. Mrs Pitt looked at him and said in a flat voice: You are late again, Paul. As a result, he couldn’t make HE get up in the morning and was regularly late for school. Paul quietly opened the door and GO into the classroom. His classmates WRITE something in their notepads and didn’t pay any attention to him. What HAPPEN ? Paul was not ready with an answer.

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Introducing a new author to Knopf Paperbacks in a hilarious, fast-paced story of a tortured summer romance--from the guy's point of view.  "In this debut novel, Many adroitly captures the nuances and ironies of teenage ups and downs with irreverent humor and contemporary dialogue.  The book is well crafted and nicely layered with metaphors...Many is an author to watch."--School Library Journal. "Laugh-out-loud funny, Many's story is the archetypal YA first-person narrative of the sensitive, bumbling teenager trying to figure out the `rules': about dating, and girls, and driving, and where he's going. It will move teens and engender wry recognition."--Booklist  
These Are the Rules download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Paul Many
ISBN: 0679889787
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers (June 9, 1998)