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by Lauren Myracle

eBook Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years) download ISBN: 014241901X
Author: Lauren Myracle
Publisher: Puffin Books; Reprint edition (May 17, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 304
ePub: 1729 kb
Fb2: 1880 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

The story picks up where Thirteen left off, and is basicly the story of what happens to Winnie and her friends when they go away to camp.

The story picks up where Thirteen left off, and is basicly the story of what happens to Winnie and her friends when they go away to camp. But I was concerned with three parts in particular 1) one sub-charater in the book is shoplifting lots of make-up, even though she does get "caught" and punished.

with john green and maureen johnson). Special smoochie thanks to the sales and marketing folks who work so hard to get Winnie out into the world, and special the-booty thanks to Allison, Eileen, Emily, Irene, Jennifer, Kim, Lauri, RasShahn, Samantha, Scottie, and Theresa. Rock your sweet selves on! Rosanne? You deserve more forgive me cupcakes than I can ever give you.

Thirteen Plus One book. The novel Thirteen does have a lot of fun adventures, but it also explores the relationship between Winnie and her boyfriend Larson, or Lars as she calls him. Winnie experiences some trouble with Lars because while she is beginning to find the ins and outs of middle school, he is already comfortable with middle school because he is in eighth grade and he is a year old then Winnie. While Winnie and Larson's relationship is adorable and cute, there is much drama that occurs.

Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years). With humor and honesty, Lauren Myracle brings us another pitch-perfect novel featuring the characters that her legions of fans have grown up loving. Hardcover, 304 pages. Book 5 of 5 in the The Winnie Years Series. Published on May 4, 2010 by Dutton Books for Young Readers. ISBN-13: 9780525422228.

Thirteen Plus One. (2010) (The fifth book in the Winnie Years series) A novel by Lauren Myracle. Genre: Young Adult Fiction.

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About Thirteen Plus One. Winnie has finally gotten the hang of junior highÑ gaining two fabulous BFFs and a perfect . Winnie has finally gotten the hang of junior highÑ gaining two fabulous BFFs and a perfect (OK, sometimes perfect) boyfriend in the process. And with graduation just around the corner, the countdown to high school has begun. Not that Winnie is obsessing about it, since she has a whole bunch of things to check off her hool list. Also in The Winnie Years.

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Thirteen Thirteen Lauren Myracle DUTTON CHILDREN’S BOOKS DUTTON CHILDREN’S BOOKS, A division of Penguin Young Readers Group Published by the Penguin Group Penguin Group (USA). THE THING ABOUT BIRTHDAYS, especially if you just that very day turned thirteen, is that you should know in your heart of hearts that the world is your oyster. Even if you don’t like oysters, because of the slime factor. And because they’re gray. Thirteen-year-olds are too old to blow out candles (though I know I will anyway), but that’s my birthday wish. Dinah’s dad pulled into our driveway at five, and Cinnamon’s dad followed right on his heels.

Winnie has finally gotten the hang of junior highÑ gaining two fabulous BFFs and a perfect (OK, sometimes perfect) boyfriend in the process. And with graduation just around the corner, the countdown to high school has begun. Not that Winnie is obsessing about it, since she has a whole bunch of things to check off her To-Do-Before-High-School list. Big things, like owning her heart's desire, helping the world, andÑoh, yeahÑgrowing up. With so much to do and only a summer to do it, one thing is for sure: eleven, twelve, and thirteen were big, but fourteen is going to be epic!
Comments: (7)
Dukinos
I am almost 11 years old and I just finished this series a couple months ago. I love every book. after reading 13 my mom had me wait a few months before reading this book, seen as how I am only ten and Winnie (the main character) is 14. 13 plus one is almost like a smash between 12 and 13. they are at a camp (like in 12) and she has boyfriend and friend problems (like in 13) but it is also a different book. the one thing that my mom told me before I read the book and I agree with is that Winnie is not a average 14 year old most 14 year olds aren't kissing for "a long time" in her words. my mom told me to keep the this mind while reading the book and that helped keep it appropriate. Set aside the fact that she handles thing with boys most 14 year olds wouldn't I read the book and got so hooked. I really just didn't pay attention to the age. there was some parts (the "kissing" and "snuggling") with boys that was a little weird but the story and writing style is still so good! I think that any one 10 and older if they have a adult to talk to about some content can handle and love this book like I did. remember to read the other books first!!! :)
Sharpbringer
This book is all about life, choices and decisions. It is full of of fun and excitement. It is sad at times and gets better. By the time the book is over you are sad it is. I could read this series over and over and over till I die. This is the best series so far in 2014. If you want to understand it you have to read the whole series from start to finish. My opinion the title should have been would be The Amazing Story of Winifred Perry. It has more pizzazz. Lauren Myracle is a very talented person. This series is a story about a girl Winnie. She has a little brother and a older sister. The little one is Ty. The older one is Sandra. And soon to be Magnolia. Winnie goes through trouble with life and with the help of her friends Dinah and Cinnamon they have fun till high school. This book is for at least 11 year olds. I am one. I hope my interview was helpful.
Sagda
Winnie is the average 14 year old girl. She thinks just like I do, only I'd never EVER admit it.
The book begins with Winnie turning fourteen, and she hopes her friends and boyfriend have some kind of trick up their sleeves. When they disappoint, Winnie doesn't know how to tell Lars what she really wanted. She decides to make a to-do list of things to do before high school.
Dinah gets suspended. She apparently let weird Mary put stolen makeup in her locker, but then she wouldn't take any of it back. Ty stole a penguin, so Sandra and Winnie take it back, when they run into a scary security guard. Winnie comes up with an entertaining story, and he lets them go.
Dinah's father is making her go to leadership camp. Winnie decides to go too, after finding out that Lars is going to Germany over the summer, making Cinnamon scowly.
Jonide
This wonderful series manages to take me back to my own teen years, while also remaining clearly in today's middle-class, suburban USA, mostly white world. Once I got used to the idea that this book does not try to appeal to everyone--that it is what it is: Winnie's world--then I came to enjoy the stories very much. One does, also, have to deal with the frequent product placements, although there are fewer in this book than in Myracle's earlier efforts, "Twelve," "Eleven," and "Ten."
Marilbine
So I am a Mom of an 11 (going on 12 in a few weeks, going on what seems like 25 at most times) year old girl... she is a huge fan of Lauren Myracle's Winnie Years Series. Within the last couple of months she has read all of the first books in the series, Ten, Eleven, Twelve, and Thirteen. She loved them all! But when she asked for Thirteen Plus One I had some reservations. Although Winnie (the main character) is "growing up" within the series, my 11 yr old daughter has read all of them with in a couple of months and I'm not sure if the content would be appropriate for her at this stage. As it is some of the earlier books touched on subjects that were already unfamiliar to her (underage drinking at parties ... etc) ... our compromise was that I would read the book first, determine if and when she could read it. Well, I have to say that I read the entire book (not just skimmed through it, like I orginally planned) and enjoyed Myracle's writing style. The story picks up where Thirteen left off, and is basicly the story of what happens to Winnie and her friends when they go away to camp. But I was concerned with three parts in particular 1) one sub-charater in the book is shoplifting lots of make-up , even though she does get "caught" and punished ... 2) the girls in the book surfing the internet and coming across a website for teen nudist camp, and goes into describing that ALL parts were visible in pictures on the net (really, do I need my daughter knowing that she can search for this and see underage kids at nudist camp????) ... 3) the girls conversation regarding homosexuality (this is a topic that I would rather discuss with her at first) ... so to satisfy her desire to read the book, I taped index cards over the last 2 parts (I left the shoplifitng part in, since it was needed to understand the storyline) ... she has skipped over those parts and wasn't any less informed on what was happening in the story ... we were both happy and she really enjoyed the last book of the series.
Brannylv
It's very informative and helps new teens feel like what they're going through is relatable while still keeping it appropriate. Very good for teen girls!
blac wolf
This book is such an attention grabber I love the Winnie years series I read eleven, twelve and this one, thirteen my personal favorite was twelve, but I must say that there were some "inappropriate" scenes, but it was still good but this is about thirteen, not twelve, so I thought it was a bit boring at the beginning but it got much, much better as the book went on.I loved it.
This is a great book for understanding being fourteen. I am fourteen myself do this book really helped me understand complex friendships and envy of other girls and feeling immature next to more adult looking girls. It also helped me confirm that your body isn't the best thing about you.