Book review: Tell me three things

By Stephanie Lingenfelter
Editor in Chief

“Tell Me Three Things” is Julie Buxbaum’s debut young adult novel about Jessie who moves to a new school in a new state after her mom dies and her dad remarries. Somebody Nobody emails her to help her anonymously navigate her new school.

The characters were relatable teens just trying to get through life and also showed that you don’t always know what’s going on with your classmates so don’t be quick to judge. I loved this book and would recommend it to anyone who wants a more lighthearted, quick read with a happy ending. It deals with serious topics, but that’s combated with lightheartedness.

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