Then again, maybe I won’t

Author: Judy Blume

Language: English

Summary: When his hardworking inventor father strikes it rich and moves the family from working class Jersey City to wealthy Rosemont, Tony Miglione finds that everything from friendships to school takes on a new and confusing twist. Suddenly his mother is intent on climbing the social ladder; his grandmother isn’t allowed to cook for the family anymore since they’ve hired a housekeeper; and his older brother, Ralph, who’s always wanted to be a teacher has suddenly decided to go into business. With a voice that calls to mind that awkward phase between being just a kid and the advent of puberty, actor Justin Long captures the discomfort and frustration of Tony’s struggle to fit in with his new environment as well as his growing distrust and dislike of the “perfect” boy next door whose charming demeanor masks his compulsion to shoplift. Listening to this tape of the 1971 novel by Judy Blume is like listening in on exchange of stories in a “boys only” clubhouse – eye opening, funny, and poignant all at the same time. Source: goodreads.com

Notes:

  • Age range: teens and young adults
  • Available as an eBook

Link: Find it on Amazon

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