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My Ideal Boyfriend Is a Croissant

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This honest, laugh-out-loud novel brimming with body positivity, bite-sized nuggets of feminism, and commentary on eating will have readers rooting for sixteen-year-old BB as she navigates her world while maintaining her plucky zest for life even in the most trying of times.
It's a food diary. I have to tell the truth. That's the point.
Sixteen-year-old Bluebelle, also known as BB or Big Bones, lives her life unapologetically. She loves life! She loves food!
When BB has a worse-than-usual asthma attack, her mom insists she go to the doctor. There, she is told that she is overweight (no surprise) and prediabetic (big surprise) and must lose weight, move more, and keep a food diary. To get out of this immediate health crisis, she agrees to make an effort.
Then a tragedy occurs in the family, and things get seriously complicated. Suddenly, losing weight and moving more are the least of her worries. As for the food diary, though, BB doesn't just document what she's eating, she documents what she's feeling—and she has a lot to say!
A CLIP Carnegie Medal Children's Book Award Nominee

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Publisher: Random House Children's Books

Kindle Book

  • Release date: July 16, 2019

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781984849304
  • Release date: July 16, 2019

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781984849304
  • File size: 1505 KB
  • Release date: July 16, 2019

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Kindle Book
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Languages

English

Levels

Lexile® Measure:690
Text Difficulty:3

This honest, laugh-out-loud novel brimming with body positivity, bite-sized nuggets of feminism, and commentary on eating will have readers rooting for sixteen-year-old BB as she navigates her world while maintaining her plucky zest for life even in the most trying of times.
It's a food diary. I have to tell the truth. That's the point.
Sixteen-year-old Bluebelle, also known as BB or Big Bones, lives her life unapologetically. She loves life! She loves food!
When BB has a worse-than-usual asthma attack, her mom insists she go to the doctor. There, she is told that she is overweight (no surprise) and prediabetic (big surprise) and must lose weight, move more, and keep a food diary. To get out of this immediate health crisis, she agrees to make an effort.
Then a tragedy occurs in the family, and things get seriously complicated. Suddenly, losing weight and moving more are the least of her worries. As for the food diary, though, BB doesn't just document what she's eating, she documents what she's feeling—and she has a lot to say!
A CLIP Carnegie Medal Children's Book Award Nominee

Expand title description text