I was so confused by the contradictions and circles that this book contains. One minute she says she doesnt like fame, the next page shes basically bragging about fame. One page shes saying shes changed since the first book, but its obvious she has not changed too much because shes describing the few sexual encounters shes had with has beens...because no real celebrity in their right mind would mess with her.
* * * Read and reviewed with my niece Emma * * *During our after school time together, Emma and I read through a few of Mercer Mayers Little Critter books and had ourselves a grand old time!This one was about the little kids kid sister and how she always wants to do what hes doing. She can be annoying, yet endearing all at once. This is typical, good Mayer fun!Emma read Me Too! to me and wizzed right through it, so the reading level is below her nearly second grade skillz. She had this story so well in hand that she felt at liberty to ham up the me too. lines, playing the demanding child role to the hilt.
When Friends debuted in 1994, no one anticipated the sensation it would become. Through its decade-long run, the show maintained an uncanny connection to its audience, who saw it both as a reflection of their own lives and an aspirational escape from reality. I’ll Be There for You is a deep dive into Friends history and lore, exploring all aspects of the show, from its unlikely origins to the societal conditions that amplified its success. Journalist and pop culture expert Kelsey Miller relives the show’s most powerful moments, sheds light on its sometimes dated and problematic elements and examines the worldwide trends that Friends catalyzed, from contemporary coffee culture to the wildly popular ’90s haircut The Rachel.