The Summer Of Naked Swim Parties: A Novel by Jessica Anya Blau

The Summer Of Naked Swim Parties: A Novel

byJessica Anya Blau

Paperback | May 20, 2008

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Fourteen-year-old Jamie will never forget the summer of 1976. It's the summer when she has her first boyfriend, cute surfer Flip Jenkins; it's the summer when her two best friends get serious about sex, cigarettes, and tanning; it's the summer when her parents throw, yes, naked swim parties, leaving Jamie flushed with embarrassment. And it's the summer that forever changes the way Jamie sees the things that matter: family, friendship, love, and herself.

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Jessica Anya Blau is the award-winning author of The Summer of Naked Swim Parties, which the San Francisco Chronicle selected as one of the Fifty Best Books of the Year.
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Title:The Summer Of Naked Swim Parties: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.72 inPublished:May 20, 2008Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0061452025

ISBN - 13:9780061452024

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“Recovered Judy Blume addicts, brace yourselves for a relapse: Jessica Anya Blau’s debut novel, set in Santa Barbara, California, during the summer of ’76, is a poignant, gleeful ode to the turbulence of growing up . . . [A] dead-on portrayal of the simple yet shocking revelations of youth.”