3 Willows: The Sisterhood Grows [Ann Brashares] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. summer is a time to grow seeds Polly has an idea that. With the Traveling Pants series all wrapped up, Brashares introduces a new group of BFFs and addresses a slightly younger crowd. Living in. 3 Willows. By Ann Brashares. eBook. eBook; Unabridged Audiobook Download A story of growing up, friendship, and understanding yourself, about three girls .

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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. I can recognise that she’s good but I can never find my way into one of her novels with the exception of Tibby.

Ama was surprised to see Polly and Braashares together. Feisty fashionista fights crime and stereotypes. It reads like the soft, warm fulfilment of a willos spent out in the sun enjoying life. She is going to Wilderness Camp. Apr 04, Adele rated it it was ok. The Summer That Changed Everything is a beautiful summer tale of friendship, love and loss.

Jul 04, Mary rated it liked it Shelves: It gets even worse when she has to endure the terrifing hiking trails, terrible blisters, and flirting teenagers.

3 Willows: The Sisterhood Grows by Ann Brashares

And the author must have done something good to be so popular. Ama gets a summer scholarship program, but instead of working in a library doing research or a lab doing something academic, she’s sent out west to go hiking and mountain climbing in some national parks. I always thought the idea of magical jeans that mysteriously grew or shrunk was an unnecessary element in the awesome Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants books, maybe left over from the original sell of the series idea btashares an editor, kind of like Gene Rodenberry had to describe Star Trek as “Wagon Train in space” to get the network to sign off on it.


Customers who viewed this item also viewed. I feel like some authors tend to finish series too early when things are getting started or end it at the perfect satisfying moment. So this book rates a “Meh” Parents need to know that this book from the author of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants ultimately delivers positive messages about doing what’s right, making good choices, taking chances, and accepting oneself. Leaving them to wonder that even though they have been through so much together, do they really need brasgares other again?

A good book; somewhat formulaic and while it is well written it somehow lacks the spark the original series had. It doesn’t fit her lifestyle, and she’s sure she is the Black girl they need for their brochure photos. Is it any good? Nov 22, Teen rated it liked it Recommends it for: Is it OK for kids to read books outside their reading levels?


I love the way Brashares connects all the girls The Summer That Changed Everything is full of a different kind brasahres life and energy to my usual reads.

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Instead, the motif that ties these friends together is their planting of three willow trees in elementary school. Jo is forced to open her eyes to reality and realize that not everyone she once counted on was dependable. Lists with This Book. I think that the author compared their friendship to a willow tree.

No Saints in Kansas. Ama is given a scholarship for a wilderness camp, even though she can’t imagine she’ll ever enjoy it. Th I have come to the conclusion that I don’t gel with Ann Brashares writing. Do you think kids would read it even if it was written by someone else? She doubted they had started off from school together. The book starts a little slow, and some of the lessons are predictable.