Fact of Life #31

Fact of Life #31 Review

Winner of the Colorado Book Award for Young Adult fiction, Cybil nominee. Fact of Life #129: Some people put you where they want you to be, not where you actually are.16-year-old Kat Flynn believes in going with the flow. She practices yoga, works with her mom at Abra’s Midwifery, and watches the Perfect Couple in the hall at school. But when she finds herself in the middle of the Perfect Couple’s drama and some drama of her own (including an unexpected romance), Kat has to decide whether going with the flow is really the best way to come back to herself.

Title:Fact of Life #31
Edition Language:English

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    Fact of Life #31 Reviews

  • Ying

    I am honestly, truly, really, absolutely, most definitely in love with this book. Smart, witty, hilarious, sad, sweet, and liberating all at the same time, this book is an excellent mix of romance and...

  • Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.comKat(ima) is invisible at Tabor High. Or if not exactly invisible, then freaky Yoga Girl. And her best friend is the girl that wears the crazy hats. And to make m...

  • Karlan

    This is an excellent ya novel written with humor and sensitivity. Kat is a very tall hs girl whose mother is a highly regarded midwife. Kat is training for a triathlon and working in her mother's off...

  • Angela Pan

    the book was awesome, it made me cry and it made me laugh. I really like reading this book. ...

  • Emily

    Fact of Life #1: Kat’s mother, No-Last-Name Abra, is the best midwife in Colorado, but that title doesn’t transfer over to her mothering skills for Kat and her sister Lucy. Kat, a high school juni...

  • Rachael

    Katima Flynn, better known as Kat, works for her mother at Abra’s Midwifery. But even though she’s more than competent around the office, she screws up at her first baby delivery. Kat is so embarr...

  • Natali

    Just ok. Fairly predictable, very steriotypical, and nothing new or special. I liked the idea of the main character's mother being a modern midwife and how that conflicts with her daugheters' lives th...

  • Lauren

    This book was a fun new variation on an old theme: outsider girl crushes on popular guy, then they have a "secret" relationship in which she ends up getting hurt, but each ultimately comes to a better...

  • Lisa Tsuruda

    I am enjoying this YA book. The protagonist is a very unusual girl growing up in an unusual household. Her mother is a midwife and she is raised to think of the woman as the most powerful thing in the...

  • Abby

    I really liked this book a lot....