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A Prom to Remember
7 Seniors. 7 Problems. 1 Senior Prom.see full description
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Cora: Head of the Prom Committee. Has been dating Perfect Boyfriend Jamie™ for forever, and has NO IDEA how to break up with him.
Paisley: Dislikes prom, yet nominated her anxiety-ridden best friend for prom king.
Henry: Hates social situations. Invited to prom by the most popular girl in school. SEND HELP!
Otis: Half of the cutest couple in his class. Not quite ready for a post-prom hotel room experience.
Lizzie: Excited to go to prom. With a boy. Whose name she doesn't know.
Cameron: Loner. Done with high school. But there’s this girl he needs to meet.
Jacinta: Unnamed Nerd Girl #3. Prom is her chance to shine! If only she could find a date.
The newest book from the author of A LITTLE SOMETHING DIFFERENT is a funny and cinematic look at the biggest dance of every high schooler's life.
Henry walked out of school with his backpack over his shoulder and his baseball glove in hand. He’d turned in the direction of the baseball field when he saw it.
The most terrible thing.
A promposal of epic proportions. This was no little moment in the hall that could be skirted around. This was happening in the front of the school at the end of the day.
He burned with the shame of second hand embarrassment as a girl asked a boy to the prom right there in the middle of the school lawn. In front of God and parents picking up freshmen and students exiting the building and EVERYONE.
He was never sure if what he experienced in these moments was an overload of empathy or an overload of sympathy. Whatever it was, it was nearly crushing him. He couldn’t move as he watched Margie Showalter hold up her hand-lettered and glittered sign that read: STEWART SMITH, WILL YOU GO TO PROM WITH ME?
She was smiling broadly and obviously trying to hold the sign steady in the breeze. Henry could see little flecks of glitter fluttering off into the air and blowing around. He imagined where those pieces of glitter might end up. A bird’s nest, someone’s unsuspecting ice cream cone, the sewer.
And then the worst thing happened. The absolutely worst thing imaginable.
Stewart Smith said no.
"Told from the perspectives of a diverse group of seniors, this romance explores first love, break-ups, promposals, and the anxiety and anticipation of an after-prom hotel room stay. Hall adeptly balances seven different voices without using stereotypical teen tropes. ... Highly recommended for all teen collections." —School Library Journal
"By the end of the book, I felt like I knew each of [the characters] like they were my own friends. ... Highly recommend this for anyone looking for a super-cute and all-around awesome novel!" —Belle's Book Blog
"A lighthearted, fun, teen angst romantic drama with a ton of relatable characters all intertwined. ... The story weaves the characters lives and interactions beautifully and ends with a pleasant surprise twist that proves the unexpected things in life become the most memorable! A Prom to Remember was a great modern day read for teens (and even adults), and the characters were so lovable it made me want to meet them IRL." —Girls Tween Fashion
“The multi-person perspectives make for a clever hook. Romance with a twist.” —Booklist on A Little Something Different
"It’s sweet. It’s adorable. It’s full of emotions. It’s one of the best romances I’ve ever read, and I’ll be reading this one again multiple times." —Here's to Happy Endings on Been Here All Along
“Fun and original, [Signs Point to Yes] has an authentic teen voice with plenty of charm.” —School Library Journal on Signs Point to Yes
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