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And we stay book summary
She has everything she could ever want, a loving family, an adoring boyfriend, an amazing best friend, and an amazing career ahead of her in music. Jenny Hubbard is one of the most popular young adult authors today, partly due to [. To write a good summary, read the book carefully while taking notes on important ideas, plot twists, and main characters. Though this should be a compliment, the suitors try to cast Penelope' s cunning as deception, reinforcing the theme of women as predatory. Mia wakes up, and there' s a thin coating of snow on the ground.
This book is told in 3rd person and is the perfect combination between prose and the beautiful poetry the main character writes. So early in her life, at only age 17, she has experienced more trauma then anyone should occur in a life time. She finds out that she is pregnant just days after her 17th birthday and is forced to make a decision that will affect the rest of her life. With this discovery Emily is told to break things off with her boyfriend, Paul. Paul, who is wanting to take full responsibility of this child, wants to get married and have a family with Emily. He cannot take the heart break and in turn makes a decision that changes the lives of so many.
Sign up for our newsletters! AND WE STAY by Jenny Hubbard is truly a lovely and poetic tale capturing a few months in the life of a teenage girl who has been recently forced to deal with more than one devastating tragedy. This book is truly beautiful both inside and out. Her parents' insistence that she have an abortion leads to Emily breaking up with her boyfriend, Paul. But that causes him to then bring a gun to their school. While at the school, Emily is bound to acknowledge her past while trying to look toward her future.
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She is attending a new school because her boyfriend Paul recently committed suicide in their old school's library. As the themes of friendship, death, and guilt intertwine, Emily learns that she does not have to let her past determine who she will be in the future. When Emily first arrives at Amherst School for Girls ASG , she avoids friendship with others as she concentrates on her studies and tries to block out the memories of Paul. Almost from the beginning of her time at ASG Emily cannot ignore the poems that find their way into her head. She begins to write them down.