Archive for June 27, 2009

Books, Books , More Books

Posted: June 27, 2009 in Uncategorized

I have had a bookish week. Not only did I read books , I was also gifted books by my family . Now who doesn’t like gifts and that too books!!! My family knows that nothing would make me more happy than a box full of books . So that’s what I got for my birthday. I am so happy that , just before sitting down to write this I was doing a happy dance with my lil sister. I know it’s so non adult behavior, but who cares. I am HAPPY !!!

Here’s what my book box contained.


Ya , I got Twilight Series also. I must be the only one around who hasn’t read it yet..I also happened to get Sookie Stackhouse Complete Book Set but I think I will pass it on to my sister as it’s not my genre.Also the very beautiful Anne Of Green Gables Set which will probably go to my niece (until then I can savour them) . As of now I don’t have a camera with me, so I am just posting these pics from Amazon . I can’t help showing off.


Book: Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret
Author: Judy Blume
ISBN:0440404193
ISBN-13:9780440404194,978-0440404194
Binding: Paperback
Publishing Date: 1993/02/01
Publisher: Random House Children’s Books
Number of Pages: 160

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret By Judy Blume

“No one ever told Margaret Simon that eleven-going-on- twelve would be such a hard age. When her family moves to New Jersey, she has to adjust to life in the suburbs, a different school, and a whole new group of friends. Margaret knows she needs someone to talk to about growing up-and it’s not long before she’s found a solution.”

The sixth grader Margaret Simon , on the threshold of puberty finds that she has too many questions and doubts. The one she has chosen, to ask her questions is none other than God. Her liberal parents have given her the choice to choose her religion when she is old enough to do so( That’s because , they belong to two different faiths .Margaret’s father is Jewish and mother is Christian). Till then Margaret is just struggling to make sense of it all. Having grandparents of two different faiths has left her thoroughly confused . They are not making it any easy for her by trying to coerce her, towards their respective sides.

Along with it she has the usual preteen problems , not wanting to be the last girl who gets her periods in her school group , wanting to have a curvy figure like the older girls and also wishing for a boyfriend 🙂

The best part of the book is that it’s truthful. I remember being that age and all the emotions a twelve year old goes through. Book makes a real good read .Margaret is totally adorable. Her opinions and arguments are very well reasoned . I wish I had read this book during my preteen days but better late than never..