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l8r, g8r: The Internet Girls, Book 3

By Pam Gelman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Fun friendship series concludes with more mature content.

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What you will—and won't—find in this book.

Community Reviews

age 15+

Based on 11 parent reviews

age 14+

A Little Tip

The book itself was a bit boring till the end but I like the chat room text. And now my main point of signing up and leaving a review: Dear parents, just because a book has a fun and innocent cover doesn't mean you should just hand it to your kid. Use your head and actually flip through a book first. It's not the writer or you kids fault that you didn't think to actually make sure it's appropriate. And lastly, your kid probably knows more about sex, drugs and cursing than you do- especially in these times. It's a coming of age story, which you'd know if you looked into it. Be aware of what your kid reads, talk to them. And for the record, the main point of the book is about three friends going through the trials of life together and going to college and being there for each other.
age 12+

its good

your kids are gonna know curse words anyway and this is getting them ready for the future

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (11 ):
Kids say (26 ):

Young adult readers who are ready for the mature content will find a decent beach read about three very close, caring, and unique friends. In the end, the girls finish their senior year with more understanding about who they are, excitement about their futures, and the security of knowing they're only a computer connection away. The book is a great lesson for parents in Teenspeak 101.

Book Details

  • Author: Lauren Myracle
  • Genre: Friendship
  • Book type: Fiction
  • Publisher: Amulet Books
  • Publication date: March 1, 2007
  • Publisher's recommended age(s): 14 - 14
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Last updated: July 12, 2017

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