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eBook Good Enough download

by Paula Yoo

eBook Good Enough download ISBN: 0060790857
Author: Paula Yoo
Publisher: HarperTeen; aFirst Edition First Printing edition (February 5, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 322
ePub: 1844 kb
Fb2: 1645 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Good Enough was like my bible during high school~ Not only does Paula spin the tale of the forbidden love, but she does it in such a way that is easily relatable.

Good Enough was like my bible during high school~ Not only does Paula spin the tale of the forbidden love, but she does it in such a way that is easily relatable. She navigates around cautious topics: Racism, bullying, teenage pressure and stress, with grace and finesse, and shows what troubles a poc might have in America. Personally speaking, I empathize totally with Patti in the story. Her sass and her humor really does it for me, and I've often come back to this book as my go to "cheer-me-up" story. And also Mendelssohn.

Paula Yoo scores big in her hilarious debut novel about an overachiever who longs to fit in and strives to stand out.

How to make your Korean parents happy:1. Get a perfect score on the. Paula Yoo scores big in her hilarious debut novel about an overachiever who longs to fit in and strives to stand out. The pressure is on! Boys will distract you from your studies.

Her debut novel, GOOD ENOUGH, was released February 5, 2008 from HarperCollins. She is the sister of David Yoo, also a young adult novelist. He is the one who design the awesome cover of GOOD ENOUGH. She is also the author of the children’s non-fiction picture book, Sixteen Years in Sixteen Seconds: The Sammy Lee Story (illustrated by Dom Lee), published by Lee & Low Books in 2003. When not writing, Paula is a professional freelance violinist.

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And anyway, what if Patti doesn't want to go to after all? Paula Yoo scores big in her hilarious debut novel about an overachiever who longs to fit in and strives to stand out.

How to make your Korean parents happy: 1. Get a perfect score on the SATs. Patti's parents expect nothing less than the best from their Korean-American daughter. Everything she does affects her chances of getting into an Ivy League school. And anyway, what if Patti doesn't want to go to after all? Paula Yoo scores big in her hilarious debut novel about an overachiever who longs to fit in and strives to stand out. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. How do I upload a book?

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Having just see the Femmes recently in concert, I was inspired to play one of their songs to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of my book. Warning: I am a violinist, NOT a guitarist or singer. You have been warned.

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How to make your Korean parents happy:

1. Get a perfect score on the SATs.2. Get into HarvardYalePrinceton.3. Don't talk to boys.*

Patti's parents expect nothing less than the best from their Korean-American daughter. Everything she does affects her chances of getting into an Ivy League school. So winning assistant concertmaster in her All-State violin competition and earning less than 2300 on her SATs is simply not good enough.

But Patti's discovering that there's more to life than the Ivy League. To start with, there's Cute Trumpet Guy. He's funny, he's talented, and he looks exactly like the lead singer of Patti's favorite band. Then, of course, there's her love of the violin. Not to mention cool rock concerts. And anyway, what if Patti doesn't want to go to HarvardYalePrinceton after all?

Paula Yoo scores big in her hilarious debut novel about an overachiever who longs to fit in and strives to stand out. The pressure is on!

*Boys will distract you from your studies.

Comments: (7)
Gnng
Patti Yoon is under pressure from her parents to score high on the SAT's and get accepted into an Ivy League school. But then she meets gorgeous Ben, when she's not supposed to waste her time liking guys. Her Korean parents expect her to study, play the violin, participate in Korean church...and that's about it. Yet Patti wants to move beyond the confines of her parents. This book is funny and endearing, while also bringing up serious issues of immigrant households, perfectionism and racism.
DrayLOVE
Good Enough was like my bible during high school~
Not only does Paula spin the tale of the forbidden love, but she does it in such a way that is easily relatable. She navigates around cautious topics: Racism, bullying, teenage pressure and stress, with grace and finesse, and shows what troubles a poc might have in America.
Personally speaking, I empathize totally with Patti in the story. Her sass and her humor really does it for me, and I've often come back to this book as my go to "cheer-me-up" story.
And also Mendelssohn.
You know you want totally geek out with an eccentric teenage girl, Good Enough is perfect for that job~
watchman
My child is very much like the main character: driven and perfectionist. She is also a violinist.
Wnex
No problem
TheFresh
Poignant story that struck a chord for my students at an International School. Students related very well with our protagonist and know her pain and understand the complexities of pleasing parents and attempting to have some independence at the same time.
Uaha
Good teen novel.
Haralem
This book is wonderfully written. I felt like it perfectly conveyed the stress of living up to your parents' expectations and getting into the best colleges, as well as some wonderful boy drama and Spam facts! Humorous and touching, this book is perfect for all those Type A girls.
Everything in the book met my expectations and excitement. I never lost interest in the book.