Beyond Blonde: Book Three Of The Series by Teresa TotenBeyond Blonde: Book Three Of The Series by Teresa Toten

Beyond Blonde: Book Three Of The Series

byTeresa Toten

Paperback | February 1, 2011

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The unpredictable and hilarious final book in the acclaimed Blondes series: In Beyond Blonde sixteen-year-old Sophie Kandinsky’s world erupts: Papa leaves home to get sober; Mama retreats within herself; her first love, Luke, is forced to get married; and even her refuge in basketball is threatened. To make matters worse, her own body betrays her at every single turn! Luckily, Sophie’s adored Blondes and audacious Aunties are there to help her navigate the cascading catastrophes and shocking secrets with humour and heart. Set in the 1970s and featuring addictive, vibrant characters, Beyond Blonde is the powerful, page-turning conclusion of a highly original series.
TERESA TOTEN is an award-winning writer who was born in Zagreb, Croatia, but left for Canada on that same day. Although she’s lived in Toronto for most of her life, Teresa has also lived in Delhi (Ontario), Montreal, Ottawa, and New York. She developed her broad taste in reading as a result of her non-English-speaking mother’s habit of...
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Title:Beyond Blonde: Book Three Of The SeriesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:248 pages, 8.23 × 5.31 × 0.67 inPublished:February 1, 2011Publisher:PRH Canada Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0143173588

ISBN - 13:9780143173588

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Well-Crafted Plot But Trivializes Sexual Harassment I have to start off by saying this because it's important. There is a scene that counts as sexual harassment because someone kisses the protagonist without her permission. Although there is no doubt in the writing of the scene that this is unacceptable, the ending of the book seems to trivialize it. This is something that bothered me throughout the novel. If that scene was not part of the story, I would applaud the plot twist. The plot of the whole series is well-crafted but I cannot, in good conscience, overlook the trivialization of sexual harassment. That's why I'm giving "Beyond Blonde" one star.
Date published: 2017-05-01

Editorial Reviews

“[Me and the Blondes] is delightfully original, peopled as it is with uniquely hilarious characters and a quirky, down-to-earth protagonist. Readers can’t help but root for Sophie.” - Children’s Book News“Wonderful, zany characters, laugh-out-loud humour, and common adolescent concerns make [Me and the Blondes] a book to be passed from one friend to another until all have enjoyed it.” - Brandon Sun“[Better Than Blonde] is a delightful follow-up that may just surpass the original in brilliance and entertainment value.” - Ontario Library Association“Young readers will fall in love with [Sophie’s] over-protective aunties … They’ll cry and laugh with her, and in the end celebrate her discovery that better than being one of the blondes is being Sophie Kandinsky.” - The Globe and Mail