Book Review: Thirteen Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson

13blueBook Review: Thirteen Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson

Ginny takes an adventure around Europe following letters and plans left by her aunt before she died. She can only take the $1,000 her aunt gave her and has to trust that her aunt provided for her the rest of the trip. And to complicate things, she isn’t even allowed any electronics during the trip! Along the way she finds romance, kindness, and healing.

This is an older book, but I just finally got around to reading it (well, listening to it). You know you are adult when you worry the whole time you read something that students will travel like the main character did. I wish I could be that brave, but I just kept worrying that something really bad would happen to her. Going to a remote place alone with a stranger…not such a good idea! The book is cute though, and has real appeal for teen girls.

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Recommended Grades: 7 and up
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Overall Opinion:  Average
Source: Audiobook

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