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    Skateboard Blues

    This was a very enjoyable book.Perfect for teens,tweens and the young at heart.It's a clean young romance with a lot lessons in life to learn. Jessica Williams is smitten with the new nextdoor guy,Cam Easton.They become quick friends and love skateboarding.Cam is a skateboard champion and shows Jess his moves.The more time they spend together the more they are both smitten with each other. Jess's father is running for mayor and some of Jess's friends tell her that Cam is just using her for her fathers pull in getting a skateboard park set up in the town.Added to that drama is other kids in the town doing graffiti on the walls of buildings and the towns people blaming it on the skaters. Cam and Jess pull together to help paint over the graffiti and set the record straight that they are good kids and just want to have a place to skate.With the help of a few others they set out to build the trust of the town. This was a fun read with wonderful characters.A learning experience that will change your mind about stereotyping others.
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    A fun clean read!

    This was a very enjoyable book. Perfect for teens, tweens and the young at heart. It's a clean young romance with a lot lessons in life to learn. Jessica Williams is smitten with the new next door guy, Cam Easton. They become quick friends and love skateboarding. Cam is a skateboard champion and shows Jess his moves. The more time they spend together the more they are both smitten with each other. Jess's father is running for mayor and some of Jess's friends tell her that Cam is just using her for her fathers pull in getting a skateboard park set up in the town. Added to that drama is other kids in the town doing graffiti on the walls of buildings and the towns people blaming it on the skaters. Cam and Jess pull together to help paint over the graffiti and set the record straight that they are good kids and just want to have a place to skate. With the help of a few others they set out to build the trust of the town. This was a fun read with wonderful characters. A learning experience that will change your mind about stereotyping others.
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