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I Like Him, He Likes Her

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Hanna Dickman

on 30 January 2014

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Transcript of I Like Him, He Likes Her

Theme and Setting
The theme of this book is how a teenage girl who is just starting high school gets through the struggles of not having everything she wants all the time. This story is set in the present in Silver Springs, Maryland.
Main Characters
The main characters in this book are:
Alice: She's a average teenage girl with red hair and green eyes.
Patrick: Alice's boyfriend and one of her best friends.
Alice's dad: He's single and is dating Alice's old English teacher.
Lester: Alice's brother who's in college at the U.
Alice's two best friends: they are there for her most of the time. They both have trouble with their parents.
Genre and Point of View
My Review and Simile
My review of this book is very good. I really really enjoyed this book. I liked it this much because i feel like that i might become what Alice has during this book. I like to see how I might be later in my life, and that's what this book did for me. My simile for this book is I like him like you love your own mother.
I Like Him, He Likes Her
My Masher for this Book
http://www.masher.com/player.jsp?key=21e19ce4-1c43-4a83-972e-b0001b427c44
This book is called "I Like Him, He Likes Her" by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. The Genre of this book is drama and romance. The Point of View is first person.
By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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