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What the community says about 13 Little Blue Envelopes (Little Blue Envelopes)
- "This is a fictional young adult romance book written by Maureen Johnson. Any one who is familiar with Maureen Johnson's work will know right away that this book screams her style and I would classify this book as a wonderful weekend read and falls into that young adult romance novel, so go in knowing that and you should be happy."
- "This was a fun read, but the setup seemed totally unrealistic. I guess realism isn't really what YA romance readers are looking for? Still, it's bubble-gum fun if you're looking for a light read about a teen character having a series of improbable adventures involving a cute guy."
- "I came across "13 Little Blue Envelopes" when looking for a realistic chick-flick novel. This book fits that criteria, and although it's been around for 8 years, it is still relevant enough today to be enjoyable. If you like romance teen novels that actually seem plausible (i.e. not vampires), this one is for you."
- "I liked this book because of the adventure the young girl is lead on by her deceased Aunt. She is provided envelopes of things to do one by one and there are conditions to each adventure she takes making it quite interesting overall. There were things I didn't understand but it only made me want to read it more so I could see if perhaps it would be explained later on in the story. I like stories of adventure, wrapped in wisdom. They keep you engaged for hours and this book didn't disappoint in that regard. "
- "I wanted an easy to read and exciting young adult book to read and this was a great one. When Ginnys aunt dies at only 35 she gives her directions to go out into the world and have an adventure chasing clues that her aunt set out for her. What an exciting way to learn about the world at such a young age and it was exciting for me to read."