Ranking of my favourite movies in #Persona with reason 1.
#Collector- it was interesting and left me with lots of thoughts 2.
When Olivia confesses that she has a crush on Tyler and wants to ask him to the Fall Ball dance, Kat knows there’s going to be a problem: Tyler thinks Olivia is just another ditsy girl who only cares about lip gloss and boy bands.
(Writing as Tamsin Lane.) There are many ways this story can go. It’s the perfect laugh out loud read for middle graders." - Lisa Mc Mann, New York Times bestselling author of the Unwanteds series "An undemanding, entertaining, and engaging romp." - Kirkus Kat is already so over seventh grade.
It doesn't help that her best friend and cousin, Olivia, grew a foot over the summer and won a spot on the school’s dance team, shooting her up on the popularity scale.
Later, in her garden, she meets Jasmine again, but Jasmine doesn’t recognize the filthy, smelly girl as the one she’d met earlier.
In a moment of insecurity, Tori tells Jasmine that the girl she met was her twin.
Trying to be a good friend and squash her own feelings, Kat makes it her mission to get the two of them together.
From writing “Tyler cheat sheets” listing his favorite things, to feeding Olivia lines through her headphones during Tyler-focused study sessions, Kat devises schemes by which Tyler will fall for Olivia.Love Set- it left me unsettled, and I loved IU’s acting in it 3. # I'm loving the chemistry between the two female protagonists.Was laughing during the whole inquisitive aspect about kissing and dating Lol! So, I'm curious, how old were you when you had your first kiss? )But I didn't have a kiss until the summer before my senior year in high school. They lived in a small fishing village, and my grandfather jokingly called the local boys "yobs" (which is boy spelled backwards and basically means troublemakers). I tried to talk to him when I saw him on the street or in the shops, and finally, I worked up the nerve to ask him to come over for dinner one night. It was totally awkward, but I was completely thrilled.Twelve-year-old Bea Gelman and her best friend Frankie are planning the BEST SUMMER EVER at Camp Shalom—a sleepover camp.Plus, Tyler, Kat’s next-door neighbor and buddy since birth, morphed into a really cute boy over the summer.