"What Would Emma Do?: To kiss, or not to kiss? That's one of the questions. "

"What Would Emma Do?: To kiss, or not to kiss? That's one of the questions. "

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Thou Shalt Not Kiss Thy Best Friend's Boyfriend...again... There is no greater sin than kissing your best friend's boyfriend. So when Emma breaks that golden rule, she knows she's messed up big-time...especially since she lives in the smallest town ever, where everyone knows everything about everyone else...and especially since she maybe kinda wants to do it again. Now her best friend isn't speaking to her, her best guy friend is making things totally weird, and Emma is running full speed toward certain social disaster. This is so not the way senior year was supposed to go.
Time to pray for a minor miracle. Or maybe, just maybe, it's time for Emma to stop trying to please everyone around her, and figure out what she wants for herself. "Sassy and sly and sweet all at the same time, this book made me laugh out loud." --Meg Cabot, author of The Princess Diaries and Airhead "Not since Judy Blume's Margaret introduced herself to God has there been such a funny, genuine, conflicted, wanna-be-sorta-good-maybe-later girl as Emma. Cook's tone as she takes on the big ones--life, love, faith, and friendship--is pitch perfect." --Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Midnight Twins and The Deep End of the Ocean Smart and fun and full of heart. --Sarah Mlynowski, author of Bras & Broomsticks and How to Be Bad
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 124.46 x 175.26 x 25.4mm | 226.8g
  • Simon Pulse
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1416974326
  • 9781416974321
  • 678,592

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"Not since Judy Blume's Margaret introduced herself to God has there been such a funny, genuine, conflicted, wanna-be-sorta-good-maybe-later girl as Emma. Cook's tone as she takes on the big ones--life, love, faith, and friendship--is pitch perfect." --Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Midnight Twins and The Deep End of the Ocean
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1,725 ratings
3.43 out of 5 stars
5 23% (398)
4 25% (432)
3 31% (537)
2 14% (245)
1 7% (113)

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Emma was raised by her single mom in a small town in the middle of Illinois. She goes to a private Christian high school which is socially ruled by the local minister's daughter, Darci. She has a damaged relationship with her best friend, Joann, and her boyfriend, Colin. Everything was going fine until at Christmas Emma and Colin kissed. Even though the kiss was in a mall in a different town, it happened right in front of Joann's mother. Now Emma runs track and wants to get a full ride scholarship to Northwestern University. She wants out. Then Darci and her BFF, Kimberly, do something outrageous and Emma is the witness. Should she tell what she knows even if it means that she might lose her scholarship? She keeps trying to figure out what it means to do the right thing. I enjoyed this book very much. It has a great lesson about what is important, that being a person with a lot of integrity is more important than many other things in life. Emma has to do what is right and it is a scary thought. Read WHAT WOULD EMMA DO? It is one story that is going to stay with me for a long time.show more
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