I know. And that had included checking my answers three times. Having Claire as a contrast to Sam is a good way of pointing out how different every situation is.This book is a fast, easy ride and both Sam and Max are charmers. At just over pages, it's well worth the reading time. I grabbed my English book and the stack of government worksheets. His romantic fantasies come true when he and Claire become a couple. I took another breath. Flashbacks effectively fill in the missing pieces of the story, recalling the evolution of Sam's relationship with Brittany, Max's mother; Claire's presence in his eight-grade English class; his mother's last days fighting cancer; a memorable childhood fishing expedition with his parents; his first glimpse of the newborn Max; and his resolve to keep the baby when Brittany decides to give him up for adoption. Max wasn't part of the plan. Not yet. Now he's raising a son and it's a big job. On top of the usual homework and girl worries, he has custody of his month-old son, Max. You can work on the computer in class and take the textbook home with you. Click here or write to Laura at lbernheim minlib. And she has created in Sam an unforgettable and realistic protagonist full of heart and guts.
And to communicate with it? It looked like it weighed about pounds. I shuffled around a little, banged my foot against the garbage can, just to let them know I was still standing there, but nobody paid any attention.
When Brittany announced that she was giving the baby up for adoption, Sam, not even sure why, decided that he was going to raise the baby on his own.It would've been nice if the main character would have stuck with it. I rubbed my eyes. I'm glad, Sam. At least you weren't drooling. I am always aware that I want the story to be interesting, engaging, entertaining; I want the story to make sense emotionally and logically. You can work on the computer in class and take the textbook home with you. It is obvious that Sam absolutely adores Max, but it's also apparent that he is overwhelmed by his responsibilities. When Brittany announced that she was giving the baby up for adoption, Sam, not even sure why, decided that he was going to raise the baby on his own.
This is both an uplifting and sad book on the topic of teenage parenthood. He'd been okay.
The guy who sat behind me, who always smelled faintly of sweat and cigarette smoke, slapped my back. Despite these confusions, the book is another good book for Young Adults on the subject of teen parenting.
Typical end-of-the-day high.
Good job, Sam. The process of writing this story was really a process of finding out about Sam, who he was.