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The F- It List

Julie Halpern

Hardcover

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Paperback (3/31/2015)

Description

Alex and Becca have always been best friends. But when Becca does something nearly unforgivable at Alex's dad's funeral, Alex cuts ties with her and focuses on her grieving family.


Time passes, and Alex finally decides to forgive Becca. Then she's hit with another shocker: Becca has cancer. It also turns out Becca has a bucket list, one she doesn't know she'll be able to finish now. That's where Alex comes in, along with a mysterious and guarded boy who just may help Alex check a few items off her own bucket list.


Julie Halpern writes about illness, loss, love, and friendship with candor and compassion. Here is an unforgettable book about living fully, living authentically, and just . . . living.



Praise For The F- It List

“Alex's voice is a strong one, and fans of Halpern's Get Well Soon (2007) and Have a Nice Day (2012) will embrace it.” —Booklist

“A memorable novel about a rock-solid friendship surviving trying circumstances that never loses its sense of humor.” —Publishers Weekly

“Incredibly personal, deeply emotional, and more than just a little bit sexy, The F-It List is a spectacular contemporary read.” —The Book Muncher

The F-It List is a dazzling novel full of spirit and laugh out loud moments.” —BookYAReview

“It would be a shame to miss out on this engaging story of grief, friendship, and love.” —Super Librarian

“Readers will cheer for Anna as she gains confidence in herself, dares to rebel a little, and gets well as she goes back to her life.” —VOYA on 'Get Well Soon'

“ . . . laugh-out-loud funny and immensely intelligent.” —Kirkus, starred review on Have a Nice Day

Feiwel & Friends, 9781250025654, 256pp.

Publication Date: November 12, 2013



About the Author

Julie Halpern is the author of several books for young adults, including Meant to Be, Get Well Soon, and The F-It List; the adult novel Maternity Leave; and the picture book Toby and the Snowflakes. Prior to her life as a full-time mom and author, Julie was a school librarian. In her imaginary spare time, she enjoys traveling, watching television for grown-ups, and eating baked goods. Julie lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband, Caldecott-winning author and illustrator Matthew Cordell, and their two children.