Keep It Together, Keiko Carter

Keep It Together, Keiko Carter

Book - 2020
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Keiko, Audrey, and Jenna have always been best friends, and Keiko desperately wants it to stay that way, but now they are starting seventh grade, and everything seems to be changing; Audrey is obsessed with the idea of them all securing boyfriends, but when she and Jenna focus on the same boy their friendship starts to break apart--and then Keiko finds herself attracted to Audrey's brother, Conner (who has generally been cast as the enemy), and suddenly she finds herself having to choose between the two.
Publisher: New York :, Scholastic Inc.,, 2020
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781338607529
Branch Call Number: KIDS FLO
Characteristics: 293 pages ; 22 cm

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ETinsley08
Apr 05, 2021

This book is one of the best books I have ever read! It was one of those books that you can't put down! There was no good place to stop! I finished it quickly and I wish there was a second book, but too bad for me. I personally love dogs so that part of this book was great. Overall this was an AWESOME book! :)

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darladoodles
Jul 18, 2020

If a Jenny Han book had a younger sister -- it would be this middle grade debut from Debbi Michiko Florence. Keiko's story was comparable to Lara Jean's in so many good ways. Not that this is a copycat, younger version of "To All the Boys. . ." This new MG novel is a read-alike that will make Jenny Han's style seem like a new friend you connect with instantly. Keiko's story does such a great job of showing the ups and downs of middle school friendship. The addition of dog rescue and basketball to the plot broadens the appeal for readers. I loved Keiko's obsession with chocolate. She and I would enjoy building a chocolate stash together. As Keiko matures through the story and learns more about herself, she is equipped to make better choices as well. Really well done!

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amyash2010
May 10, 2021

amyash2010 thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over

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ETinsley08
Apr 05, 2021

ETinsley08 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 16

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