Thirteen Plus One

Thirteen Plus One

Book - 2010
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As Winnie and her friends count the days until the beginning of high school, they attend a summer camp where they learn about sea turtles--as well as human relationships.
Publisher: New York : Dutton Children's Books, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780525422228
0525422226
Characteristics: 290 p. --

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
May 02, 2017

I have read this series by Lauren Myracle since my eleventh birthday when one of my friends gifted me the book “Eleven.” I instantly fell in love with Winnie’s adventures and the series as a whole as it is both exciting and relatable to my own life as a girl growing up from a tween to a teenager. Myracle is an exceptional author and I truly wish that she would continue writing Winnie’s story through her late teen years so I could continue reading them. I recommend these books for any girl in her tween to early teen years as they could learn many lessons and overcome certain fears that come with growing up.
- @reginaphalange of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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maroon_ferret_23
Nov 02, 2016

Great for tweens/younger teens. A sweet ending, although sadly its the last book
:( But I loved how she went to the summer camp

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candy12345678910
Jul 12, 2016

I wish there was more books about Winnie but this is the last book. So sad :(

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Izza_B
Aug 07, 2015

Takes the reader into the mind of a moody teenager struggling to keep relationships strong and stay happy.

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Sofiawong
Aug 13, 2014

i loved the part when lars all of a sudden come to the camp and surprizes winnie it was so romantic

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ilovemagcon
Dec 30, 2013

I loved the part where Alphonse asks her to kiss him and Winnies body wants her to and her heart does not becasue that would be cheating on Lars

timmsk Apr 11, 2013

I love these books. There're so funny, sweet and cute. I love Winnie and Lar's relationship.

MYA NUTTALL Nov 16, 2012

I loved.........it! It was funny cute and I also enjoyed reading about winnie how she grew and had a happy ending. I wish they made more books about her though :(

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BieberFever108
Oct 18, 2012

Pretty easy read. It's enjoyable though.

peacelilly2 Aug 31, 2012

The story line was simply wonderful it was pure joy to see how much winnie had matured throughout the series . she shows that it's best to appreciate the flaws and mistakes in yourself as well as goofing up once in awhile isn't so bad life wasn't meant to be perfect a fantastic read.

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Aug 13, 2014

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Jun 15, 2014

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ilovemagcon
Dec 30, 2013

ilovemagcon thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 15

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Sep 16, 2013

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Oct 10, 2012

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Sofiawong
Aug 13, 2014

join when on her boy trouble think of not cheating what a great girl friend finding her spending summer at a sea turtle camp. was not delightful but soon someone surprises her on at the camp........

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