Bell Bottom High: Book 1: Freshman Fears

Bell Bottom High Book Freshman Fears The Bell Bottom High series introduces Reecy Jones a book smart fourteen year old high school freshman attending Bell High School in the fictional town of Clifton Arkansas In this first book one

  • Title: Bell Bottom High: Book 1: Freshman Fears
  • Author: B.J. Williams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Bell Bottom High series introduces Reecy Jones, a book smart, fourteen year old, high school freshman, attending Bell High School in the fictional town of Clifton, Arkansas In this first book, one of Reecy s classmates, Lena Turnipseed, comes to her for advice in the fall of 1973 Lena is pregnant and wants to run away from home to avoid embarrassing her professionalThe Bell Bottom High series introduces Reecy Jones, a book smart, fourteen year old, high school freshman, attending Bell High School in the fictional town of Clifton, Arkansas In this first book, one of Reecy s classmates, Lena Turnipseed, comes to her for advice in the fall of 1973 Lena is pregnant and wants to run away from home to avoid embarrassing her professional parents, getting kicked out of her church, and attending an alternative school across town Reecy reluctantly agrees to help her classmate find a shelter for unwed mothers where Lena can hide out until after the baby is born Although Reecy and Lena are not really friends, Reecy swears to keep the location a secret while Lena plots a getaway plan When the pressure mounts, will Reecy keep Lena s secret or will it be too much for her to handle

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    • This is the first young adult book that I have read and I enjoyed it. I have never been disappointed by Ms. Williame and her ability to hook you and keep you entertained. The story took my back to my high school days as I was Lena. Thank God I did not have to fear. I love how Reecy wanted to stay true to her word, but got the encouragement she needed to step in spite of the possibilities. Ms. Williams story telling is smooth as the story flowed without being wordy or cluttered with dialogue. Lov [...]


    • Another awesome book by the one an onlyThis book touched on a few topics that teens deal with; teen pregnancy, trust, and friendship.



    • I absolutely LOVE the 70's although I was born in that 70's and grew up in the 80's. The book reminded me of the many 70's TV shows that I watched, like Different Strokes, The Facts of Life, and Good Times. The difference is, I can tell by vivid details, that the author Barbara Joe Williams, actually grew up as a teenager in that time period, and I had a chance to relive the era through the eyes of Reecy Jones, her friends, and her family.Although this setting is based in the 70's, it's a youthf [...]


    • This book takes me back to childhood. Although the setting is in the 70s, it was still relatable. School dances, focusing on studies, a best friend, not being popular, etc were all apart of my world growing up. I was a bookworm too. I preferred the library or books like the main character Reecy Jones. She was relatable. There were moments I laughed while reading this book and other moments I worried about Reecy's situation. After all, secrets eat away at you and she gave her word to keep a big s [...]


    • Great Afternoon Read!This is a great read for a lazy afternoon, which I had time for today. It was fun reliving the 70's in most instances, but we are reminded that you didn't have instant information like we do now. You actually had to go to a library to do research. *gasp!*This story is mostly lighthearted, but also shows the problem of teens not believing they could go to their parents with news of an unwanted pregnancy without fear of being thrown out into the streets for being shame to a fa [...]


    • Growing up as a child in the seventies, I can assure you that Ms. Williams has spun a masterful tale of high school angst, and all the emotion that goes with it. It made me remember the days when I had a HUGE crush on Michael Jackson, (his pictures were everywhere in my room), the time spent with best friends and spending time in the kitchen with Grandma, baking and talking about life. (I would so love to go back to those days!)Everyone, young and not so young, will enjoy this novella, and I'd h [...]


    • This story really takes you back to what was important when you were a teen. I had forgotten how I obsessed with things. The problem in this book is really a big one for one of the girls, and the thinking on how to resolve it is similar to the way that I would have thought at that age. I can relate to it and escape into their world for a while, becoming a teenager again.


    • I enjoyed the 70’s era this book was written. The details were so vibrant and refreshing. Being a teen mother myself, the read was easily relatable. Most of the subjects are very relevant today as well. I highly recommend this book to high school students for a literary assignment.


    • Good ReadIt gives yiu a look into life in the 70's. The strong family values and how how women and men carried themselves.


    • Great story involving Recy, her best friend, Joyce, and secrets of a 14-year-old and possible consequences. Those teenage years!


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