Soon to be a Movie. 2012 Printz Honor Book, ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults Title School Library Journal Best Book of the Year Kirkus Reviews Best YA Book of the Year Booklist Editor's Choice Pick Children's Book Committee at Bank Street College Outstanding Book of the Year The author...
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Soon to be a Movie.
- 2012 Printz Honor Book,
- ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults Title
- School Library Journal Best Book of the Year
- Kirkus Reviews Best YA Book of the Year
- Booklist Editor's Choice Pick
- Children's Book Committee at Bank Street College Outstanding Book of the Year
The author of the Lemony Snicket series, Daniel Handler, takes on high school romance in this chronicle of the relationship between bookish Min and Ed, the popular captain of the basketball team. If you can't guess, they broke up.
Min Green and Ed Slaterton are breaking up, so Min is writing Ed a letter and giving him a box. Inside the box is why they broke up. Two bottle caps, a movie ticket, a folded note, a box of matches, a protractor, books, a toy truck, a pair of ugly earrings, a comb from a motel room, and every other item collected over the course of a giddy, intimate, heartbreaking relationship. Item after item is illustrated and accounted for, and then the box, like a girlfriend, will be dumped.
Who's starring: Hailee Steinfeld will play Min.
"Characters are vivid, and their portrayal is enriched by realistic dialogue....Hander offers a heartbreaking, bittersweet, and compelling romance with a unique angle and flare."―School Library Journal, starred review
"The Lemony Snicket author (writing under his own name) convincingly inhabits the mind of Min, a teenage girl reeling from her first heartbreak. This poignant, bittersweet novel centers on a box of objects infused with memories of her brief, unforgettable love."―Entertainment Weekly
"It's easy to predict how Handler's story will conclude from the book's few pages. It's more difficult to take such an everyday tragedy with a predictable ending and elevate it to an end point of enduring, emotionally effective art."―Los Angeles Times