The Moonstones

  • Title: The Moonstones
  • Author: Jean Thesman
  • ISBN: 9780141308098
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Moonstones Jane is visiting Royal Bay helping her mother clean out her grandmother s house It s nothing special until she sees gorgeous townie Carey and his friends en route to the town s rundown amusement par
    Jane is visiting Royal Bay, helping her mother clean out her grandmother s house It s nothing special, until she sees gorgeous townie Carey and his friends en route to the town s rundown amusement park But she has no way to meet him, until Aunt Norma and Ricki arrive Soon Jane and her glamorous, reckless cousin are sneaking out at night When Jane does meet Carey, thJane is visiting Royal Bay, helping her mother clean out her grandmother s house It s nothing special, until she sees gorgeous townie Carey and his friends en route to the town s rundown amusement park But she has no way to meet him, until Aunt Norma and Ricki arrive Soon Jane and her glamorous, reckless cousin are sneaking out at night When Jane does meet Carey, the two of them quickly, almost magically, fall in love But it s love that comes with a price her mother s trust.

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    About Jean Thesman


    1. My mother taught me to read before I started school, but I had to wait to be six before I could have a library card Author s quote from her website In 25 years, I wrote 40 books Most of them came out under my own name, but a few were published under the name T.J Bradstreet Author s quote from her website She lives in Washington State, and is a member of The Authors Guild and the Society for Children s Book Writers and Illustrators Houghton Mifflin website Jean Thesman is a popular and award winning novelist for young adults whose predominant theme is the heroine finding her place in the world by coming to understand her family I loved telling the story, because I really believed that families were made up of the people you wanted, not the people you were stuck with Emily Shepherd Jean Thesman, In the House of the Queen s Beasts Viking, 2001, p.79.


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    1. Yet another Under The Radar Gem! The Moonstones was a lovely little summery romance between two very unlikely characters.When cautious, careful Jane travels with her mother to Royal Bay, a desolate seaside town near Puget Sound, to help get her late grandmother's estate in order, the last thing she expects to find is love. Then she catches a glimpse of Carey, a local boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Although the two are opposites, there is an undeniable attraction between them at first sig [...]

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    2. While Jane and her mother prepare her grandmother’s house for an estate sale, Jane and her cousin Ricki sneak out at night to the carnival where Jane secretly meets Casey, a boy she met. Also, a side story of her petty, spoiled, inconsiderate aunt and cousin who join Jane and her mother to “help” clean the house.

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    3. One of my favorite books when I was in middle school

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    4. Really like her writing style. All her characters fall in love and then have to leave. The ending left some unanswered questions though

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