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Other words for Love...first love at it's best

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Other Words for Love




Ari has the chance to leave her Brooklyn high school and her Brooklyn life (or try to) for a new start at an elite New York City prep school.  She learns how important family is and how friendships change once boyfriends enter the picture.  It is a quintessential coming of age story that covers all the big firsts- boyfriends, best friends, college prep, becoming an adult, sex, drinking and finding your own voice.  Even though it takes place in 1985 the message and situations fit today.

by booksfan on ‎04-11-2011 12:50 AM

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