Lily B. on the Brink of Love

Lily B on the Brink of Love Dear Readers How exciting that you chose to read this book My book I have so much to tell you First I have found myself on the brink of love with The Boy And then there s my job with a Real Writer

  • Title: Lily B. on the Brink of Love
  • Author: Elizabeth Cody Kimmel
  • ISBN: 9780060755454
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dear Readers, How exciting that you chose to read this book My book I have so much to tell you First, I have found myself on the brink of love with The Boy And then there s my job with a Real Writer, my adventures in rock climbing or perhaps I should replace the word adventures with misadventures , and my work as the advice columnist for the Mulgrew Sentinel, which IDear Readers, How exciting that you chose to read this book My book I have so much to tell you First, I have found myself on the brink of love with The Boy And then there s my job with a Real Writer, my adventures in rock climbing or perhaps I should replace the word adventures with misadventures , and my work as the advice columnist for the Mulgrew Sentinel, which I know is just a small stepping stone on my path to becoming a Real Writer myself But why am I telling you about these things when you could be reading them all for yourself Enjoy Sincerely yours, Lily M Blennerhassett

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    2 thoughts on “Lily B. on the Brink of Love

    1. Elizabeth Cody Kimmel Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Lily B. on the Brink of Love book, this is one of the most wanted Elizabeth Cody Kimmel author readers around the world.

    2. I really liked this book! It is about this girl, Lily Blennerhasset, who enters the eight grade. She develops this major crush for this boy named Colter Hendricks. Although whenever she sees him she can't speak or breathe, she is determined to make him realize that she is the right girl for him. She also gets this AMAZING opportunity to be an assistant to a real writer Ellis Parson. Without knowing the Ellis Parson was Colter's mother, Lily B runs into him and makes a complete fool of herself! A [...]

    3. "Lily B. on the Brink of Love" is the sequel to "Lily B. on the Brink of Cool." With the start of a new school year, Lily has a new love interest: Coulter Parsons, or "The Boy" as Lily calls him. She chases him throughout the story, trying to solve her love issues while solving other people's problems along the way. Lily is the writer of the advice column in the school newspaper. Through helping others, Lily learns how to take her own advice and find solutions to her own problems. Like "Lily B. [...]

    4. I honestly just read this again because I was joking around with my friends and going "The Boy was not the Boy!" Then I got inspired to open up my copy and read it all over again.Biggest mistake of my life.Lily B. is a teenaged sociopath. She thinks that the world is all about "me, me, me" and that everyone else is supposed to bow down to her like she's the Queen of Everything. She overestimates her capabilities as a writer and suffers from the delusion that she can merely breeze through her lif [...]

    5. Lily B the protagonist, is an 8th grader who writes an advice column for the Mulgrew Sentintel, her middle school's paper. This book centers around a crush that she has on a "boy who is the center of her universe," named Colter Hendricks. Although she is painfully nervous and awkward around him, she is determined to make notice her. Her work on the Sentinel lands her a job with a "real writer," Ellis Parson, who happens to be Colter's mother! This fortunate event gives her the opportunity to get [...]

    6. The storyline was simple: A girl named Lily who writes for the school newspaper falls in love with the new student at school named Colter. She later gets hired by a writer as her assistant, and finds out that Colter is the writer's son. With the help of her friends Charlotte and Bonnie, she tries to get along with Colter, but fails each time. Eventually, Lily realized that she and Colter have nothing in common, and gets over him for another boy named Jake (Bonnie's brother). Soon Colter and his [...]

    7. I really enjoyed this book I was laughing so hard at sometimes I couldn't breathe and other times I was trying to figure out some of the fancy words in the book while when I finished the book I realised that there was a dictionary of the words in the back!This book is about the hilarious, teenage, author to-be, Lily Blennerhassett who has fallen in LOVE. She has a job of an advice columnist for the school newspaper and then her best friend, Charlotte, finds a note on the bulletin board that is a [...]

    8. Lily B. is back . . . and she's on the Brink of Love! Twenty feet may not seem that high to you. But go outside, find a big rock, measure twenty feet up, then picture The Boy Who Is the Center of Your Universe clinging to that place, looking resplendent in climbing shoes. Then you'll know what I mean. Favorite Line from book:"He's on belay," Bonnie said. "If he falls, he'll just hang there until he can get himself back on the rock again." If only love could be that risk free. =)-jillian

    9. This was a really good book. There is a girl named Lily who gets a job to be a assistant of a famous writer. So she just runs arrans for her and does little things like that. But she meets this boy who she sees and falls in love with him. But then on her first day at work she meets him at the house and then finds out he is the writers son. But then at the end of the story she finds out who she really knows is the right guy for her. This is a good book for girls 11 - 14. but again that is a guess [...]

    10. After the amazing "Lily B. on the Brink of Cool" I was very eager to read this. However, it proved to be a big disappointment. Lily went from being a hilarious, original, and believable character to the all-to-common teenage girl stereotype, aka one who thinks about nothing but "boys, boys, boys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!". That said, the book wasn't all bad. I liked Bonnie's character, and there were several amusing parts. But I have to say it was the low point of the series.

    11. Kimmel creates a character every teenage girl can relate to. Falling for the new kid is never easy. Trying to get him to notice you is even harder. Lily B. shows young girls there is life after heartache. This book can be challenging read for children under the age twelve. Fortunately Kimmel has provided glossary in the back of the book for words that be hard to define or understand. This makes for a great book for advancing readers and enforces new words for students to learn.

    12. I feel the need to say this was NOT a book I had planned to read! When I had joined my middle school's English Festival, I was under the impression that we wouldn't be required to read ALL of the books on the list. I did have to hide the cover, and read it super fast at home, but it wasn't QUITE as bad as the cover implied :)Still pretty cheesy, though; I wouldn't recommend it.

    13. Lily is now in the eighth grade and after a summer with the LeBlancs she now has to face another challenge: love.Enter New Paltz Colter Hendricks. A ninth-grader and a killer rock climber. Now she can barely speak around him. No prob.With the help of her best friend Charlotte and her friend Bonnie, Lily may win over Colter.

    14. It was a cute book! I liked it how you weren't expecting the end and the main question was is the Boy for her or not? It was short and sweet and an easy read for girls or boys to enjoy as it is a humerous and romantic book in the one!

    15. Lily has managed to get a column in the school paper and now has landed a real job with a real writer--how amazing is that. But in the midst of all this she spots a new boy who is definitely "The Boy" and she is in "love."

    16. there ya go! This one is a step up! Maybe even two! The series bounced back and this one may even be the best. Lily B. definately cracks me up, though I'm not like her at all so can't really relate.

    17. I enjoyed this book when I was younger, and it's still really cute. Not something I'd generally remember for the rest of my life, but at the time I'd read this, I have to say it inspired me into writing, where I am right now. :)

    18. This is the second book in the series I loved reading when I was younger, so again, I decided to read another book in the series for the second time. It was equally as good. However, like I said about "Lily B. on the Brink of Cool," this book is more made for ages 9-12.

    19. Amazingly, In the end the Writer moves away, The Boy too. Then Lily finds The Real Boy, and a special beagle finds a new home. All in all, this was an amazing realistic-fiction story that made my day every time I read a page. Thank you Elizabeth Cody Kimmel!

    20. 2nd part to the brink of cool. Really great book-like the other one!! And like I said before, mostly for girls. I REALLY love this book, seriously Read it Like it Or hate it!! ;)

    21. I loved this book soooo much becuase I really want to become a writer and he does to. So that inspired me to keep on going and beliving. XD

    22. This book is kind of about relation ship stuff and crushes. It's not my kind of book but it's okay and hey you should try it maybe you would like it.

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