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by Sara James,Liz Ruckdeschel

Download What If . . . Everyone Knew Your Name (A Choose Your Destiny Novel) ePub
  • ISBN 0385732961
  • ISBN13 978-0385732963
  • Language English
  • Author Sara James,Liz Ruckdeschel
  • Publisher Delacorte Books for Young Readers; 1St Edition edition (June 27, 2006)
  • Pages 340
  • Formats doc lrf rtf mobi
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1950 kb
  • Size Fb2 1778 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 101

Meet Haley Miller. She’s a 15-year-old girl of average height, average weight, and an average sense of style. Installed in her first public high school, Haley faces the toughest choices of her young life. And guess what? She’s all yours.In this interactive novel, readers lead Haley through the halls of Hillsdale High for better or for worse. Until graduation do you part. Do you guide her away from the pitfalls of peer pressure? Or into the vortex of bad boys and parties? Send her to homecoming with the captain of the soccer team . . . or have her skip the dance to go on a road trip with the hot rebel. Give Haley a makeover or teach her to love herself the way she is. Pick which crowd she’ll hang with. Tell her how often to do her homework. And decide whether she drinks or inhales.You determine her fortune. Her grades, her friends, her love life, her future. With Haley’s many positive traits, you should have no trouble achieving success . . . or will you? It’s all in the way you work, love, and play with Haley Miller, the girl with the most potential at Hillsdale High.

Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James have come up with a winning formula for their "What If" YA series in which readers are presented with two choices at the end of each chapter on what the lead character should do next.

Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James have come up with a winning formula for their "What If" YA series in which readers are presented with two choices at the end of each chapter on what the lead character should do next Everyone Knew your Name" speaks to the age-old challenges of distinguishing yourself at a new school. Heroine Haley Miller, 15, is not only having to adjust to a new neighborhood but also trying to figure out which crowd to hang with, how to attract the attention of a certain hottie boy, and how to reinvent her own looks.

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Everyone Knew Your Name book. this book is liking finding your own destiny. She’s a 15-year-old girl. you have to choose wisely when you are in high school. The book then shows you where you will end if it were real. you just have to choose what you do in the book, then read. mine ended with a happy ending it depends what you wil do and what path you will take, which really helped me in real life. Haley Miller is the new girl to the small town.

How many are there I just started reading "What i. .What is the series of Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James

How many are there I just started reading "What i.Are those good books or not, I really like the first one, but are the rest good too? 1 following. What is the series of Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James.

The complete series list for - A Choose Your Destiny Novel Liz Ruckdeschel; Sara James. Everyone Knew Your Name. General Fiction, GF. 2006-07, Jul-2006.

Liz Ruckdeschel, Sara James. Anything’s possible in this fun series where Choose Your Own Adventure meets Gossip Girl. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения.

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Everyone Knew Your Name (A Choose Your Destiny Novel). Dueling book cover. ay the best design win!

A Choose Your Destiny Novel. She's a 15-year-old girl of average height, average weight, and an average sense of style.

A Choose Your Destiny Novel. In this interactive novel, readers lead Haley through the halls of Hillsdale High for better or for worse.

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Umge
Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James have come up with a winning formula for their "What If" YA series in which readers are presented with two choices at the end of each chapter on what the lead character should do next. "What If...Everyone Knew your Name" speaks to the age-old challenges of distinguishing yourself at a new school. Heroine Haley Miller, 15, is not only having to adjust to a new neighborhood but also trying to figure out which crowd to hang with, how to attract the attention of a certain hottie boy, and how to reinvent her own looks. It's an amazing concept for confronting the consequences of our actions and, accordingly, makes a good candidate for a mother/daughter book club discussion. The authors deftly handle a multiplicity of themes - friendship, loyalty, honesty, self-esteem, body image, and personal responsibility - in a way that never descends to preachy or heavy-handed. For the reader, I think the biggest challenge is in following any of the self-directed storylines all the way through to their conclusion. Many a time when I chose an option and read the consequences of it, I was tempted to keep a bookmark on the page where that option was offered and see if the alternative would have been a smarter move. Real life, of course, doesn't come with its own rewind or do-over button, all of which makes the Ruckdeschel/James series a valuable way to explore values and hone decision-making skills.
Delan
I loved this book so much i read it eight times already. i think the author did a really nice job on this series.
Fenritaur
I love reading these kinds of books !
Ericaz
I only rated this a one star because zero was not available. I helped my young teen daughter find this book with her Christmas money. Reviews were great so I thought we could give it a try. I am not prudish about what my girl's read, however there's is definately a line between age appropriate and not. I picked it up one night and noticed right away a couple of small iffy things. I decided to just get past them, but as I read on the book grew more and more inappropriate. By page 34, I decided to chuck the book and buy another one for them. I would NEVER recommend this book!
Simple fellow
The book What If... Everyone Knew Your Name by Liz Ruckdescel and Sara James was a realistic fiction novel about a girl who's family takes a road trip, moving from the Golden State of California to the Garden State of New Jersey. She moves to a new school called Hillsdale High and needs to know how she can fit in.

Haley Miller, the 15 year old going into a public school for the first time is scared and ready to be friends with anyone she can. While she wishes she didn't ever move, she meets a neighbor whom she thinks is very god looking. She befriends him and others while the story takes its twists and turns.

I really liked this book because of the way it was, how you got to choose what she did. It really makes you feel as if its you living in the book, not Haley. The book takes you through the up and downs of high school and you get to control everything; her friends, her grades, her love life, her future. You don't know how it will turn out either, so that makes it suspenseful, just like real life because you never know what life will throw at you next. For all you know in the book, Haley could be invited to the next big party, and make a bad decision and drink, or you could have her not take the drink and it turns out the stud she's looking at, doesn't like alcohol either.

I really enjoyed this book and I can't wait to read the other one like it called "What If... All the Boys Wanted You." It sounds just as interesting as the first one they wrote and I can't wait to see what that book throws at Haley this time.

I strongly recommend this book for any teen who likes books that will take them through the happy, and not so happy parts of high school. Some of these things in the book can really teach you some stuff you can use in real life, like many novels about teens. So if you are into real life situations, I defiantly recommend this book to you. It was a great read, and I couldn't put it down until I finished it.
Quamar
WHAT IF...EVERYONE KNEW YOUR NAME is an interesting idea. It's a lot like those Choose Your Own Adventure books you read as a kid. The story is about Haley, a fairly average fifteen-year-old girl who has just moved to suburban New Jersey and is starting at her first public high school. She starts out average, so that the reader can pretty much choose everything that happens to her as the story goes on.

You make every little decision for her, even the ones that seem really minor, like riding the bus to school or getting a ride from her father. You decide who she wants to be friends with and what crowd she wants to be a part of. You decide everything about her.

While an interesting idea, and fairly well-written, this book isn't for everyone. If you're all about finding out what will happen, this book might not be for you, because you decide what happens. It's a cool concept, though, and a fun read, especially since you can read it more than once, with a different story and outcome. The characters aren't particularly three-dimensional, but I guess they have to be simple enough so that it is believable that they would make any one of the very different choices you choose from. This book is fun, but not a must-read.

Reviewed by: Jocelyn Pearce