What Are Friends For?

[PDF] Unlimited ¼ What Are Friends For? : by Rachel Vail - What Are Friends For?, What Are Friends For Olivia is baffled that her friends have turned into blithering idiots obsessing over boys clothes and who s in and who s out But then it happens She develops a crush on Lou Hochstetter Even worse O [PDF] Unlimited ¼ What Are Friends For? : by Rachel Vail - What Are Friends For?, What Are Friends For Olivia is baffled that her friends have turned into blithering idiots obsessing over boys clothes and who s in and who s out But then it happens She develops a crush on Lou Hochstetter Even worse O

  • Title: What Are Friends For?
  • Author: Rachel Vail
  • ISBN: 9780590374545
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
What Are Friends For?

[PDF] Unlimited ¼ What Are Friends For? : by Rachel Vail, What Are Friends For?, Rachel Vail, What Are Friends For Olivia is baffled that her friends have turned into blithering idiots obsessing over boys clothes and who s in and who s out But then it happens She develops a crush on Lou Hochstetter Even worse Olivia s new friend Morgan thinks Lou is a total nerd What are friends for anyway [PDF] Unlimited ¼ What Are Friends For? : by Rachel Vail - What Are Friends For?, What Are Friends For Olivia is baffled that her friends have turned into blithering idiots obsessing over boys clothes and who s in and who s out But then it happens She develops a crush on Lou Hochstetter Even worse O

  • [PDF] Unlimited ¼ What Are Friends For? : by Rachel Vail
    220 Rachel Vail
What Are Friends For?

About “Rachel Vail

  • Rachel Vail

    BirthI was born on July 25, 1966, in NEW YORK CITY, and grew up in New Rochelle, NY, with my mother, my father, and my younger brother Jon And down the street from my future husband, though of course I didn t know that until much later InterestsSome details, I do know I was very into reading and theater, so I read every book I could get my hands on especially realistic fiction, either contemporary or historical and took acting workshops and auditioned for every play in school, camp, or the community I played Peter Pan, Miss Hannigan in Annie, Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls, the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz, and lots of extremely memorable chorus parts for instance, I was girl number two in Fiddler on the Roof the one who said We heard about your sister, Chava I didn t care I just wanted to be on stage Waiting backstage before curtain call, after giving my all in a performance, was the best feeling I knew In seventh grade I started taking magic lessons, and by eighth grade I was making all my own spending money by performing at kids birthday parties as a clown named Tallulah I liked the freedom of wearing all that grease paint I could be as wacky and un cool as I wanted I tried dance but felt so clumsy I faked a sprained ankle to get out of the recital I took voice lessons which made me a little light headed and I was afraid of the voice teacher s growling, drooling Doberman and both saxophone and piano, neither of which I ever practiced I did well in school but started a lot of my work at the last minute, in a crazy mad dash, so that it was never late but there were usually careless errors or areas I had to fudge I had this idea that to work hard at something was sort of a negative, an admission that I didn t have natural talent If I wasn t going to be Mozart and have the music or dance, or math, or social studies term paper, or whatever channeled through me from God, then I was just embarrassing myself by all that workmanlike effort I didn t get over that idea until after college, by the way.Career AmbitionsI never really planned to be a writer I planned to be a financial wizard after learning about option spreading at age 10, then a poet after discovering Shakespeare at 11 After overhearing the real power is held by the lobbyists on a class trip to Albany, I planned to become a lobbyist Secretly, of course I always imagined myself as an actress, but that didn t seem hard or important enough, and also I worried I wasn t naturally gifted enough.ParentsMy parents were always great I liked to make them proud, and they trusted me and supported my efforts and interests, which was sometimes weirdly tough There was so little for me to rebel against.As a KidWhen people ask me what I was as a kid, I always feel like my answer is at best incomplete.What are you like, as a kid I m still trying to figure out what I m like as an adult.SociallyWell, things went in waves Sometimes I felt very in , very aware of and tied in to the whole scene, excited by who liked whom, all the gossip, some of it less than kind Other times I felt so alone like there was nobody like me, nobody who liked me, nobody to talk to And much of the time it was somewhere in between A best friend when I was lucky, and a few people in each crowd I liked and who liked me I resisted being classified as a brain or a jock or alternative or popular too limiting I would have to shut down too many parts of myself to be just one type.AdolescenceI went through a very intense stage in middle school Junior High I worried about being too ordinary I also worried about being too weird I also worried about changing states of matter, my inability to be morally certain, ignorance my own and world wide , and making a fool of myself uscmillan author rachel



835 thoughts on “What Are Friends For?

  • This book helped me with my friendship.I think that it could help you with yours The book is about a girl that likes a guy but her friend decides that she wants him for herself.So she betrays her friend for this guy that doesnt like her.He likes her friend.They re friendship was ruined over a guyThats all im gonna say you have to read the rest to find out what happens after that


  • This book is about howa girl named Olivia at first doesnt feel for boys or nothing.But,then she developes feelings for this boy in her class.Her friends think he s a dork but she thinks other wise so she ask what are friends for anyway


  • After reading this book, Olivia definitely earned her spot as my favorite character in this series There are some great passages about liking geek boys.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *