Jean and johnny beverly cleary pdf
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Jean and Johnny
Fifteen is a juvenile fiction novel written by Beverly Cleary. It was first published in The book captures the innocent spirit of life in the s, both through the playfully light storyline and the casual references to convertibles, sweaters, "meeting boys", and soda shops. Regardless, the book remains in print today because its overall theme of difficult adolescent feelings still connects with young readers. She dreams of having a boyfriend like blonde, popular, and sophisticated year-old Marcy Stokes has. Jane feels somewhat left out of social circles at her high school, and envies the more popular girls who go out on dates, seem more confident and wear more expensive clothes. One day while babysitting, Jane meets year-old Stan Crandall, who is a delivery boy for a pet-food store.
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Best known do I really need to say this? Which of these is my favorite? The Plot: Like Fifteen, Jean and Johnny deals with the whirlwind of changes in the life of a plain, ordinary fifteen year old girl when a boy finally notices her. Jarett is a mailman with a gruff exterior that covers a heart of gold; Mrs. Jarett works at a fabric store that sells remnants and odd pieces, a boon for Jean and her older sister Sue, who thriftily supplement their wardrobes with clothes they make themselves. Jarett also is constantly entering contests to write advertising copy, which she is pretty good at, recently winning a television set for the family.