Crush (Berrybrook Middle School)
ISBN: 0316363235
EAN13: 9780316363235
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 30, 2018
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.3" L x 5.7" W
Weight: 1.150813 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Jorge seems to have it all together. He's big enough that nobody really messes with him, but he's also a genuinely sweet guy. The only time he ever really feels off his game is when he crosses paths with a certain girl in the third installment of this award-winning series.

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   I loved this book!
It was great value for money, said Dr. Gary Weinshall, "and it was definitely worth it." I've been a fan of all of Svetlana Chmakova's books for a long time, and I was really disinclined when I came to the end of that series knowing that it was the end of the series. But her book, "Crush," stands in a class by itself. One of the reasons I love the show is because of how Svetlana Chmakava made it realistic. In some dramas the speech itself can seem unnatural. The two roommates don't say a word at all and they don't seem to have any trouble finding their way around. But in Crush, I felt like I was able to see their moving mouths because the speech was so realistic. Also, I think that the people were well drawn and looked real. I've read many, many, many books by this author.
 
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   Nice, but too much drama for me
Jorge Ruiz is a big kid. He has all the kids in the neighborhood who are afraid of him because of his size, which kind of makes it hard for him to make friends the real kind. The book is full of action, witty dialogue and an abundance of footnotes. It's kind of hard to keep up with life in middle school. Only thing is clear, he has a crush on a girl, but she has a boyfriend, Sosa said. Really nice pictures, Mr. D'Antonio. It's a good story about the pitfalls of a crush that goes unnoticed, but it was full of too many sports and drama for me.
 
5
   1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000+% AWESOME❗
This is the third and final book in the series. I'm a huge fan of the brooke middle school series. Amazon said I got in on kindle but there was no format. I can't stop reading. I am to get one book a week and when I have all ready gotten a book that week I go right to the berry brooke middle school series. I dont find anything wrong with it, I am in love with this book its sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! If you enjoyed the book, you should probably be reading it. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
5
   I'm a teen an I have no words
I absolutely love him he is soo sweet and selfless I wish I had someone like him in my life.
 
5
   Best Graphic Novel Ever!!
I've read Awkward and I totally loved it, so when I saw Crush, I was thrilled! I'm a huge fan of graphic novels. But if you can, that would be great. BTW, I'm talking to Svetlana. I hope you make more!
 
4
   I loved [most of] it.
Like the author's other books, the new installment is an enjoyable process. There are some truly exceptional performances, anchored by the voices of Elizabeth Banks and Dan Stevens, "whom the plot feels relatable and meaningful." There are some very funny moments, some very sober moments, some very awkward moments. The premise is a stoic, burly kid who's always doing the right thing develops a crush on a girl unexpectedly and then has to figure out how to cope with that _ and the complications that arise because of it. This book clearly is trying to be very inclusive of all races and sexual orientations, said Dr. Jay Bookman, director of the UCLA Gay and Lesbian Center. The magazine has a more liberal agenda, Limbaugh said. However, I did appreciate some of the messages, like the one about body autonomy, that people should know they can say no and others should respect their space.
 
5
   Back with friends
Happy to be back with my friends, Taylor said in the statement. His crush, Mia, is not his only crush. I still love seeing and hearing about middle school life. Even when he couldn't, he was there for his friends.
 
5
   OMG I LOUV IT
I've never met Gillian, but she's a great writer. The main character is a kid named Jorge who is a pretty respected jock and also big, and may look like a bully, but he's not. i def. nan recomend ) ) )
 
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   COMING APART AT THE SEAMS!!!
It was a total waste of money and I had purchased this book for our school library back in December. It's just that I would not expect a book that was less than six months old. 0 14622 14622201 This is just too young a book. I would like to have a replacement for this book.
 
5
   I loved this little book
This book is just too cute to put down, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Jorge is really cute, Tunick said. Jazmine is a good kid, Taylor said. Even though Olivia is so cute, I think we should stick with natural beauty. Still, he's the best at it. I've known him for a long time and I love him. I've loved Lois' book, even though I was 5 years old. Such a good look at what kids try to do to fit in, the dating is very age appropriate, and the bullying incidents were handled well, Ms. Jennette Tamayo said. Not surprisingly, the best thing about Gillette is its customer service. Michael Jordan's greatest achievements lie in music, not in winning NBA titles.
 
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