Paula Marantz Cohen
Beatrice Bunson’s Guide to Romeo and Juliet
September 16, 2019 Comments.. 242
Beatrice Bunson’s Guide to Romeo and Juliet Paula Marantz Cohen High school begins, and to Beatrice Bunson nothing is the same, not even her best friend, Nan The new Nan doesn t hang out with Bea instead she s running for Student Council and going to parties and avoiding Bea at lunchtime The boys who were gross in middle school have become surprisingly polite, while the cool kids are still a mystery Bea s older sister, meanwhilHigh school begins, and to Beatrice Bunson nothing is the same, not even her best friend, Nan The new Nan doesn t hang out with Bea instead she s running for Student Council and going to parties and avoiding Bea at lunchtime The boys who were gross in middle school have become surprisingly polite, while the cool kids are still a mystery Bea s older sister, meanwhile, acts like she s living in a soap opera.On the bright side, there s English class with Mr Martin, where Beatrice discovers that Shakespeare has something to say about almost everything and that nothing in life is as dramatic as Romeo and Juliet.But when Nan gets in over her head in her new social life, it s up to Beatrice to restore her reputation and she may need to make a few new friends to pull it off One of them, the slightly brainy guy that Beatrice meets at her grandmother s retirement home, is definitely kind of cute, and probably dateable Fortunately, nothing is the same in high school As Beatrice and her classmates tackle Romeo and Juliet, they unveil the subtleties of the play as well as broader lessons of love, family, honor, and misunderstandings Guided by Mr Martin, these ninth graders help us to understand Shakespeare, as Shakespeare helps them begin to understand themselves Juliet Capulet would find a worthy BFF in Beatrice Bunson Cordelia Frances Biddle, author of the Martha Beale mystery series Cohen has made an essential classic cool Beth Kephart, author of Going Over. Beatrice Bunson s Guide to Romeo and Juliet High school begins and to Beatrice Bunson nothing is the same not even her best friend Nan The new Nan doesn t hang out with Bea instead she s running for Student Council and going to parties and a
  • Title: Beatrice Bunson’s Guide to Romeo and Juliet
  • Author: Paula Marantz Cohen
  • ISBN: 9781589881051
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 Blog on “Beatrice Bunson’s Guide to Romeo and Juliet

    1. P Bright says:

      This is a cute YA book about Romeo and Juliet I enjoyed the high school drama and the interesting insights into Romeo and Juliet.

    2. Anna says:

      I liked the premise of the book and enjoyed many parts of it I was disappointed that it was so blatantly pedantic at times, especially with the inclusion of SAT vocabulary words and definitions However, the overall vocabulary wasn t especially varied or challenging For instance, I rarely hear teens use the word neat They certainly don t use it excessively, as it was in this book.

    3. Michelle Carrell says:

      Read in one sitting Amazing A true look into the lives of teenagers It is weird to look back on this awkward period in life that we all go through I almost forgot how complicated life seemed during that age.

    4. Tracy says:

      Very cute book about a young girl whose English teacher analyzes Romeo and Juliet and allows the girl to analyze her own life in relation to the book.

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