Just Like Ice Cream

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Tyndale House Publishers, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 198 pages
Almost every teen girl says to herself at some point: I want a boyfriend. Pressure from friends, the media, culture, and the God-given need for deep, unconditional love drives them to desire connection with a boy. In Just Like Ice Cream, 16-year-old Julie deals with an unexpected pregnancy. Desperate, afraid, and confused she finds strength and comfort through prayer and support from friends and family.

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A very frank exploration of teenage sex and pregnancy. I thought the author did a good job of presenting the many decisions that face a teenage girl who is pregnant--from whether she should have an ... Read full review

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Best book ever, read in Jr high. The first.guy I was in love with, threw the book away while we where on our way to grapevine lake in Texas, we where all in the back of a truck, he said he did BC I wasn't paying him attention. Wish I would hv kept the book at home.

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