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10 thoughts on “Brenda at the Prom

  1. says:

    I loved this book as an early teen Very good LDS youth fiction

  2. says:

    Seriously soooo badAn extra star just for entertainment value horrible dialogue non existent transitions sentences that an editor shoulda thrown out on the first draftPriceless

  3. says:

    Not one of his better ones but Weyland era it was

  4. says:

    I LOVED this book I love how Jack Weyland can make these stories so enticing and that they are focused on people of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints As being a member I love how he portrays it in his books so

  5. says:

    This is written by a Mormon author and is really great

  6. says:

    Loved this one as a kid but now I realize just how awful the writing was The story and everything the author is trying to point out is just so simplistic

  7. says:

    High school is a hard time for anyone especially the new kid with no friends Is age really a factor in considering marriage? Well it seemed that way to Brenda her being 2 years older than the new boy Kade who she took to seminary every morning in Montana There were only 3 members in the high school those being

  8. says:

    Brenda at the Prom Kade rides to seminary everyday with the pretiest girl in school Brenda He knows that she will never like him because she is two years older than her Though captivated by her beauty he draws sketches of her often and hides them To make matters difficult Kade’s dad a loan officer has to foreclose Brenda’s farm Kade doesn’t think she evens wants to be friends any This book is not one that you’d read in cl

  9. says:

    My mind was settled on tenterhooks that Kade and Brenda would be confessing that they love each other at the end

  10. says:

    I liled this story Not only was it interesting to read it made me really think about the difficulties of growing up and never feeling

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review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Jack Weyland

Brenda at the Prom

Elf How can he convince her that at nearly fifteen he's old enough to be taken seriously To compound matters Kade's father is facing tough problems of his own As loan officer for the local bank he is about to foreclose on several homes in the area including Brenda's father In addition as president of a small Latter day Saint. I LOVED this book I love how Jack Weyland can make these stories so enticing and that they are focused on people of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints As being a member I love how he portrays it in his books so far all the books that I have read by him have been about people of my church It makes the books enjoyable to me and hopefully to you to

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Branch he is the spiritual leader for some of the farmers his bank is forcing out of business In this thought provoking novel Jack Weyland tackles some timely and difficult issues about young people their parents and problems they all must face Brenda At The Prom is a story readers of all ages will enjoy reading and sharing. Brenda at the Prom Kade rides to seminary everyday with the pretiest girl in school Brenda He knows that she will never like him because she is two years older than her Though captivated by her beauty he draws sketches of her often and hides them To make matters difficult Kade s dad a loan officer has to foreclose Brenda s farm Kade doesn t think she evens wants to be friends any This book is not one that you d read in class it s a LDS book I enjoyed reading it because it s fun to see other kids of my religion going through things This book is a fun read for young LDS adults It deals with things that they may be going through also No content warning

review ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Jack Weyland

Kade Ellis has a problem Every day he rides to early morning seminary and high school with Brenda Sloan the most beautiful girl he has ever seen but she's two years older than he and juniors just don't date freshmen Captivated by her looks he secretly draws portraits of her and hides them in the Monopoly box on the closet sh. Seriously soooo badAn extra star just for entertainment value horrible dialogue non existent transitions sentences that an editor shoulda thrown out on the first draftPriceless

  • Hardcover
  • 171
  • Brenda at the Prom
  • Jack Weyland
  • English
  • 17 June 2019
  • 9780875791500

About the Author: Jack Weyland

Jack Weyland is the best selling author of young adult fiction for the Latter day Saint market In fact the modern genre of Latter day Saint themed popular fiction is one he is largely responsible for creating with his overwhelmingly popular novel Charly His interest in fiction began with a correspondence course in creative writing taken during a summer at BYU where he was doing research work S