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Four best camp friends, at the start of their freshman year of high school, invite you to read over their shoulders as they chat their way from September to June on one touching, funny and drama-filled Facebook thread. "The Thread" is the "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" for the digital age! MEET CAMERON, TALIA, EMMA AND SABRINA CAMERON: Fiercely independent, CameroFour best camp friends, at the start of their freshman year of high school, invite you to read over their shoulders as they chat their way from September to June on one touching, funny and drama-filled Facebook thread. "The Thread" is the "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" for the digital age! MEET CAMERON, TALIA, EMMA AND SABRINA CAMERON: Fiercely independent, Cameron lives with her mom in New York City where she begins one of the city's most prestigious and pressured public schools. TALIA: Also a city girl, artsy and pragmatic Talia navigates her way through her Manhattan Prep school and her spot as a middle child in her close but sometimes trying family. EMMA: Flirty but not fickle, Emma takes her Boston all-girls school and its all-boy counterpart by storm. SABRINA: Spirited and athletic, Sabrina is as rah- rah as the suburban town she lives in....

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ISBN : 9780615792019
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 258 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Thread Reviews

  • Katherine
    2018-12-05 01:10

    The Thread by Jane L. Rosen is a wonderful and unique YA story. The entire story is told as a Facebook thread among four girls who meet at summer camp. Their Facebook thread tells their story for their freshman year of high school until they get together again at camp. This story took me by surprise - it was so fascinating and unique. Reading the Facebook thread of these 4 girls gives you so much insight into their lives. I felt a little stalker-ish reading it...but I couldn't put it down. The girls used their Facebook thread to help and support each other since they didn't live close enough to see each other often. And the girls discussed everything about their lives in that Facebook thread. The talked about boys and family, shoplifting, everyday worries, and schoolwork. It shows how important friendship is, even long-distance friendship. It was amazing seeing how much personality came out for each of the girls, based solely on what they wrote in the thread. Cameron was so independent and confident, and also sarcastic and opinionated. Talia was caring and worried about her little brother's medical issues. Emma was boy-crazy and dramatic. Sabrina was like All-American girl-next-door -lived in the suburbs and active in sports and activities. Each girl was special and they all blended together to make this friendship work.This is a sweet and poignant tale and I highly recommend it.