Mad, Mad Monday

Mad, Mad Monday Herma Silverstein
  • Title: Mad, Mad Monday
  • Author: Herma Silverstein
  • ISBN: 9780671674038
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Mad, Mad Monday Herma Silverstein Mad Mad Monday In trying to cast a spell with a love potion designed to bewitch handsome but conceited Stormy fourteen year old Miranda actually conjures up the ghost of a boy who died in
    In trying to cast a spell with a love potion designed to bewitch handsome but conceited Stormy, fourteen year old Miranda actually conjures up the ghost of a boy who died in 1958.
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    1. I loved this book when I was in middle school So, of course, when my school closed down, I made sure to snag the same copy I read all those years ago Pays off when the school was owned by your church It still sits on my shelf, next to Harry Potter and tons of history textbooks.What can I tell you about this book Yes, it s out dated fact, it s the same age as I am But this book is a nice, light hearted read and I love its corny sense of humor It has a fun teenage romance a girl conjures a ghost t [...]

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    2. After attempting a love spell in a cemetery to win the heart of her crush, Miranda accidentally raises the ghost of a hot teenage boy with the nickname Monday He wants revenge on his old girlfriend who married somebody else umokay The help each other out and fall for each other in the process It seems like this ghost girl relationship would never work out but a twist at the end gives them their happily ever after.I really liked this book when I was about 9 years old My mom even read it.

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    3. I checked this book out from the library constantly whenever I needed a quick book fix The story is cute and full of humor with a happy ending As a teen I always wanted my own invisible boyfriend that no one could see or hear but me whom I could always count on to be there for me and understand everything I was going through Then I grew up But many books are like old friends, sometimes we have to drop in and visit every so often just to see how they re doing This is one of those books.

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    4. This was a favorite book of mine as a teenager I read it over and over again Awhile back I was able to track down an old paperback copy and I was so thrilled since the book had been out of print for awhile lol.

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    5. I felt a little lost within this book because it s so outdated to me, but I could tell it was well written.

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    6. I read this one over and over when I was in junior high I also introduced this to my teen daughters and it s one of their favorite reads too.

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    7. cheesily cute, would make a cute tween movie

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    8. I loved this book when I was a kid.

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    9. Listed as Q3 A good story with some faults, P3 A booktalk on this title will excite most people s interest

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    10. I read this when I was 14 for the first time I have read it 100x since Glad to see it on here.

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