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Toddler Nutrition. Toddler Lunches. Healthy Lunches. Toddler Learning. Snacks For Toddlers. Healthy Toddler Breakfast. His boss Scarlet ala Gone with the Wind is so maddeningly hot it drives him and all the other male employees up a wall. But where he finds true kinship is with Baby Dirty Dancing , the nonstop puking girl is it anorexia or something else who is whip smart and funny.
They hit it off and Solo realizes that maybe he isn't the only one with problems - maybe they're all a little frazzled but the key to moving on is making friends and propping each other up. A cast full of characters that readers will laugh with and root for. This is great storytelling. I appreciate the hint dropping throughout. But also. Read this, now, as soon as you can. Oct 04, Alex Nonymous rated it really liked it Shelves: and Since I knew from the get-go I'd be writing a review for this book, I had over pages to try and figure out what I was going to say.
I honestly think this book works best if you don't know the parts that made me love it because the realization of where the plot was going both broke my hearted and sewed it back together again so I'm just going to say if you're like me and are a little iffy with the beginning of this, I promise the pay off is worth it.
Jan 03, Anne Banyai rated it it was amazing. I was given the opportunity to read this ahead of its release in exchange for an honest review. This book had me laughing and crying, almost simultaneously. The main character is relatable whether you're a teenager or not.
I loved the complexity of the story. Just when I thought I had a grasp on things, new layers would emerge and keep me engrossed in what was next. The first word that comes to mind when I think of the story as a whole? The feelings are real. The issues are real. The chara I was given the opportunity to read this ahead of its release in exchange for an honest review.
The characters are real. This is a beautiful book that I wish I would've read as a teenager. It would've made me feel less alone in the world. Thanks, Lisabeth for your work. It was an absolute honor to read. Jan 12, Kim Piddington rated it it was amazing. I was enthralled by this story. The main character and his problems felt so real and were so engaging.
Kept me turning the pages. Subplots were equally fascinating. Hats off to the author and Candlewick Press! May 25, Jay G rated it really liked it Shelves: first-reads. Want to see more bookish things from me? They strike up a friendship and as they get closer, Joel tries harder and harder to keep his pas Want to see more bookish things from me? They strike up a friendship and as they get closer, Joel tries harder and harder to keep his past hidden and continue with his new "normal" life.
I honestly wasn't expecting much from this story, but I ended up really enjoying it! I really liked both Joel and Baby as characters. Joel, or better known as Solo in the book, is sarcastic and witty and made me laugh on more than one occasion. Baby was a really complex character in my opinion, she's moody and angry, but its understandable based on what she is going through it the story. She can also be really loveable and a great friend too.
I also really enjoyed the side characters as well. All the video store employees have their own personalities and characteristics that make them unique. I liked how we aren't told what the "bad thing" that happened to Solo is, and how it is slowly unveiled to us as we continue to read the story. This dove a lot deeper into some serious topics, such as suicidal ideation and mental health in general, than I expected, but its done in a humorous yet sensitive way that I really appreciated.
I listened to this on audiobook from Netgalley, but there were bits of certain chapters missing from the audiobook Chapter I also had a physical copy I could follow along with, so it wasn't that big of a deal for me personally, but those who don't have that option will definitely be confused if the audio doesn't end up being fixed. But, from what was recorded and included, I think the narrator did a really great job capturing Joel's character as a whole, and I really enjoyed it!
Aug 18, Julia rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , favorites , lgbt , tough-topics , audiobook , young-adult. Not only did it completely fulfill my 90's nostalgic dreams but this book dealt with some really tough topics view spoiler [suicide, mental illness, transphobia, homophobia, teen pregnancy, abortion hide spoiler ] and I appreciate that it did not shy away from them. One of my favorite YA's by far. Sep 01, Trishita Das rated it really liked it.
Story of the book- Joel Teague, also known as Solo, is a year-old high scholar with a major mystery. At the point when the story opens, Joel has been delivered from mental consideration and is projecting about an approach to invest his energy. He finds a new line of work at the neighborhood video store as the timeline is , Story of the book- Joel Teague, also known as Solo, is a year-old high scholar with a major mystery.
He finds a new line of work at the neighborhood video store as the timeline is , where he makes a companion, something he has not had since he was 10 years of age. His companion, Nicole, is called Baby. Baby has confidentiality of his own, which comes out around Halloween.
He might lose her kinship in any case. The wistfulness of the time, the music and film references, and just being inside a video store again with the rental labels, the snacks, and so on, those little subtleties especially improved the reading experience for me. Joel might be the fundamental person, however, my most loved was Baby. Jul 19, Sue rated it it was amazing. Joel Teague, aka Solo, is a 17 year old teen with a big secret.
We know he spent some years in and out of mental hospitals because of the Bad Thing That Happened. When the story opens, Joel has been released from psychiatric care and is casting about for a way to spend his time. He gets a job at the local video store it is , where he makes a friend, something he has not had since he was 10 years old.
All of the employees take favorite film chara Joel Teague, aka Solo, is a 17 year old teen with a big secret. All of the employees take favorite film character names, rather than use their own names. His friend, Nicole, is called Baby. Baby has a secret of her own, which becomes not so secret around Halloween. Baby wants Solo to share his own dirty laundry, but given that his dirty laundry is not of the regular teen problem variety, he is afraid to share. He may lose her friendship either way.
There are other stories interwoven with this one, involving abortions, homosexuality, and transgender issues. The author does a good job of fleshing out all of these characters, including Joel's parents, who are also coping with The Bad Thing That Happened. Joel's mother worries a lot about him, but she is also profoundly homophobic, and that, sadly, affects Joel's whole youth. Since this is a young adult novel, we are not examining her psychological problems, though in my mind she bears the major blame for the Bad Thing and Joel's breakdown as well.
The novel is smartly written, and moves along quickly. In fact, I couldn't put it down and finished the pages in a couple of days. There are some funny lines, and some thought-provoking lines. At times, it reminded me of The Silver Linings Playbook.
Jul 25, Kelly Brocklehurst rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. At one point, I thought I was going to give this book one star, maybe two, because I couldn't see where it was going and because angry about how the subject matter was being treated.
This book needed content warnings. And a lot of them. I gave it three stars because by the end, I actually was able to care about the characters, and the story finally came together though being in the dark about a key plot point was unbelievably frustrating, even if I understand why we didn't get the reveal until t At one point, I thought I was going to give this book one star, maybe two, because I couldn't see where it was going and because angry about how the subject matter was being treated.
I gave it three stars because by the end, I actually was able to care about the characters, and the story finally came together though being in the dark about a key plot point was unbelievably frustrating, even if I understand why we didn't get the reveal until the close to the end of the book. I would have rated it higher if it had come with content warnings particularly for homophobia and transphobia , and if there had been an author's note about the resources included at the end of the book--not having either of those things is a disservice to readers and makes things feel unfinished and almost glossed over.
Other content warnings that should have been there: mental health and suicide. A frustrating read with some payoff by the end. Aug 13, Lisa rated it it was amazing. No spoilers in this review The perfect young adult book with themes relevant to today while taking place in the 90's.
Great attention to detail to 90's pop culture. Baby and Solo reads like a movie and left me wanting to know how the family of teens working at the local video store fared beyond the end of this book. I love a book that ties up all of the various character storylines, and this book did not disappoint. As you read you are filled more and morre questions I pro No spoilers in this review I promise you that your qiestions will get answered.
I am a 49 yr old female who grew up near where this story takes place. I loved all the throwbacks from calling cards, Farmer Jack grocery store receipts, REM, and the references to so many popular movies during that time. My daughter is 16 and equally loved this book so much so that she is recommending it to all her friends. This book opened up some great conversations for us which I appreciate. Apr 05, Erin Onesko rated it it was amazing.
Additionally, the movie references and movie rental store setting were a delightful blast from the past. I loved taking that trip down memory lane. Jul 22, Tay rated it it was amazing Shelves: ya , read What is not to love?! Very realistic! Very raw. I devoured this in a day. Highly, highly recommend. Dec 15, Fiona rated it really liked it Shelves: publisher-gift. Very readable. Well-drawn characters immersed in a solid plot that unfolded like an origami flower. Lots of issues including abortion, teen pregnancy, homophobia, and gender identity are brushed in but overall this is a coming of age story.
May 24, Katie Clark rated it it was amazing. I really liked this book from the beginning and it just kept getting better. I laughed and cried and I loved the emotion throughout the book. I really appreciated the way the book discusses mental health and loved walking through development and growth with the characters.
Sep 14, Anna Beth rated it it was amazing Shelves: ya , historical-fiction. As someone who spent lots of time in a video rental store as a kid and has so many good memories from there, this was a fun one to read. The humor, depth, friendship and heartache not to mention stellar movie references were all beautifully written and I loved it all. A fabulous audiobook. Jun 20, Susan Gorman rated it really liked it. Very sweet with a lot of important and relevant themes.
View 2 comments. Sep 18, Soap rated it it was amazing. Actual rating 4. It was like a perfectly written 90s movie, definitely felt like I was thrown back in time. Sep 20, emily rated it really liked it. Jun 02, Rosie Rios rated it it was amazing. The characters were interesting and the issues the teens were going through are relevant. This is a great book to read for pride month! Jan 30, Amber rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , my-library-shelf , advanced-reading-copies.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from LibraryThing and Candlewick Press in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'll start with the good stuff! This book is overflowing with 90s nostalgia, particularly of the cinematic variety.
I knew every film mentioned and delighted in it. ROYO Video reminded me immediately of the small town privately owned video rental storesI went to as a kid we didn't do Blockbuster. The daily grind of the work day in a retail store with a tight knit group of coworkers also rang very familiar.
It easy to fall into this book, because in many ways, the world was like a walk through my own memories. That said. I had some Serious Problems with the way Certain Things were discussed. Before I get into those things, I will say that everything was challenged by the end and some characters took accountability, and the reactions were explained not justified - don't misunderstand. If I hadn't finished the book, however, I wouldn't've known this, and it would have made the book as a whole Very Problematic.
There's conversations about mental health and homosexuality and transgender people that is discussed Which means there was a bunch of homophobia, transphobia, and Questionable Terms. It was very uncomfortable. I didn't love the way in which Posthuma addressed mental health in this book. We've advanced past the use of certain terms. I understand why the language was the way it way, because the story is told in first person and Joel's self-image and thus the language he uses has been modeled by the influential people in his life.
But there were scenes that made me cringe.
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Dec 16, C. Drews rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , ya-male-narrators , audio-books , read , mental-illness. I picked this one up on a whim and so, so glad I did. It's narrated by Joel as he gets his first job in a video rental store after he's out of a psych hospital. He is so endearing and has a fun and compelling voice. Not a lot of "action" goes down, but I was so glued to this book?
I did not want to stop listening. Joel refers to his traumatic past as The Thing Tha I picked this one up on a whim and so, so glad I did. And well… you can guess a bit. Some reveals still surprised me and there were things that hit hard for me personally so, tears okay. Joel is straight but it deals with immense queer pain.
And the way it represented mental health issues just felt so raw and authentic and accurate. The ending is so painful but also there is hope. And just the overall message of: there's nothing wrong with you. I loved that. I just loved everything about it. Joel and Baby's friendship was so so chaotic and I loved every minute. Even Joel being put through conversion therapy, and how that traumatised HIM even though he was never gay.
And so so glad he never forgave the mother. Just the weariness of accepting she wouldn't change Honestly, I had low expectations from this book and picked it up only because it looked very different from its title and blurb.
Everything comes together almost perfectly in this hidden gem of a book. Story: Joel Teague, our 17 year old protagonist, has been prescribed by his therapist to get a job, which will serve as his first step back into normalcy. Soon, he develops a cordial, if not enthusiastic friendship with the rest of his colleagues. Characters: Solo, or Joel, is awesome as the lead character of this unusual story. At times, he breaks the fourth wall and speaks to the readers directly.
I love that whimsical connect with him. Baby, or Nicole, is anything but a baby. She has a strong will and a spirited attitude, and the guts to call a spade a spade. The rest of the video store workers are also nicely developed. Every character in this book, in fact, is created in a way that leaves you with no doubt about the reason behind their behaviour. Brilliantly done! Writing: The story befuddles you at the start.
And then it struck me. For a book that could have gone either way, I sure am glad it ended up on the right side of my opinion. The pace of the book is perfect not too fast, not too slow and no where will you find a lull in the narrative. As the story is set in the s, it has a wonderful nostalgic feel to it, what with the mention of video stores and the classics of the 80s and 90s.
I heard the audiobook as narrated by Nick Walther and he has done a wonderful job. He brings Joel to life with his spirited rendition. All in all, this is a book that will make you laugh and cry and sigh and fume.
It has teenage angst, but it also celebrates the spirit of companionship. Give it a try. Trigger Warnings: extreme homophobia, abortion, teenage sex, teenage pregnancy, cuss words a LOT of them! Follow me on Instagram: RoshReviews View all 9 comments. Really enjoyed it! Young adult fiction about a wonderful platonic friendship, interesting characters and an original story.
Full review to come May 21, David Gibson rated it it was amazing. The Short Version: A must read coming of age story about a kid learning to live with mental illness and the complicated lives of teenagers trying to grow into adulthood.
I had the absolute pleasure of listening to the audiobook version of this book thanks to NetGalley and the publisher. This book had me from the point in the first chapter where they called Lucy from Peanuts a bitch. The characters are all well developed, layered, and their dialogue breezes along effortlessly.
The plot glides along seamlessly even as the relationships between the characters get twisted into pretzels. I smiled throughout my listen and at points was heartbroken also. It never felt heavy even though it dives into some deep topics mental health, homosexuality, teen pregnancy.
Now this is not to say nothing was wrong with it. Also in the first chapter or two the use of cursing feels forced and unnatural, this gets much better as you go though. Most problematic, though it is addressed and is mostly resolved well by the end and feels sadly accurate for the time period of the book , was the manner in which homosexuality is first discussed in the book.
Overall 4. Enough said Jun 24, Kelly added it Shelves: read-in , ya-fiction. I didn't find anything appealing about the cover, the title, and the setting, but within the first couple of chapters, all three make perfect sense. Posthuma's debut is a snapshot of white, middle class suburbia in the s, and the book's main character, Joel, was told by his therapist to get a job as a means of working through some of his mental health challenges.
When he walks in and takes a job as a clerk at the ROYO Video, he meets a cast of characters named after movie characters and begi I didn't find anything appealing about the cover, the title, and the setting, but within the first couple of chapters, all three make perfect sense. When he walks in and takes a job as a clerk at the ROYO Video, he meets a cast of characters named after movie characters and begins his journey as the store's Han Solo.
It's a tabula rasa for Joel. His family has been in Michigan for a while, but Joel continues to think about his life in Virginia and woven through the contemporary story of friendship, trust, and mental health, we see bits and pieces of that former life and what it is that brought Joel to where he is in the moment.
This book takes on a wealth of big issues, particularly those of that moment in time, but it remains contemporary in scope and theme. The book tackles homophobia head on, as well as the toll that homophobia can take on someone coming to understand who they are and how it differs from the perceptions and beliefs that their closest people may have about them. Be ware this book talks about suicide and suicide ideation but does so in ways that are authentic and painfully real. The Star Wars threads throughout are cleverly crafted and woven in, as are the other pop culture references.
Here, though, it's not -- this is a real slice of life moment of the mid 90s and how much has changed since, as well as how much is exactly the same. Joel's relationship with Baby is a powerful one, and it's with Baby, as well as fellow coworker Scarlet, wherein we see teen pregnancy play out in more than one way.
And the parents in this book, woof. A powerful, moving read for fans of The Miseducation of Cameron Post , while also being packed with humor and just the right amount of sarcasm in many ways, the voice reminded me of A Short History of the Girl Next Door , which is another great comp.
This book is lengthier but it moves at a great clip. View 1 comment. Baby and Solo is many books in one, and all of them are excellent. At its most basic level, the novel is a finely-crafted time capsule of suburban adolescence in the mid-nineties. The characters are a few years younger than I was at that time, but Posthuma's extensive pop-culture references and sharp prose capture how I remember the period before the end of the millennium.
The tone and pace of the book match the feel of the movies of that era. It zips by quickly - pulled along by witty dialogue a Baby and Solo is many books in one, and all of them are excellent. It zips by quickly - pulled along by witty dialogue and artful but simple descriptions. Posthuma also explores the worlds of mental illness, institutionalization, suicide, gender dysphoria, homosexuality, teen pregnancy, and divorce.
Superficially, weaving all of these themes into an ensemble teen dramady might sound like it would harsh the John Hughes vibe. To the contrary, Posthuma's deft narration and honest characters are poignant reminders that these themes, and their struggles, are very much germane to the lives of teenagers then and now. Baby and Solo's first-person narrative centers our focus, not on the misty-colored memories of proms and class projects, but on the fears and failures that countless teens feel in the moment, as they are crushed by the collision of parental expectations and the exigencies of their world, a world which their parents refuse to see.
Posthuma sees it, and writes it as eloquently and honestly as anyone who has ever attempted the genre. Beyond the skill of her prose, Posthuma also brings the perspective of a wise and deeply reflective observer of families, outsiders, and the human condition. Even if it weren't a heart wrenching exploration of brokenness and healing, Baby and Solo would be worth reading simply to better understand how thoughtful people process the people and places around them.
This is a wise and profound book, one that moved me to tears with the force of its insights. Ultimately, though, Baby and Solo is more than a book about the Nineties, or mental health and trauma, or even wisdom; Baby and Solo is a book about what people will do for those they love - for better or for worse.
By the end of the book you realize that there are no villains in it, just a lot of people loving each other in the best ways that they know how. I came to love them too. Baby and Solo deserves to be at the top of everyone's reading list. After all, nobody puts Baby in a corner.
Jan 25, Erin Cataldi rated it really liked it Shelves: own , librarything-freebie , , reading-between-the-wines. I adored this book! It was kitschy, profound, funny, and heartfelt - everything I want in a young adult book. Joel has finally been given permission to start a new phase in his life - his counselor thinks that after years of mental hospitals, therapy, and distance from THE BAD THING that Joel is ready to press play on his life.
For Joel that means re-entering society and getting a job like a normal teenager. He lands a job at a local video store despite his initial misgivings fits in with the ot I adored this book! He lands a job at a local video store despite his initial misgivings fits in with the other quirky oddballs who work there. They all go by their favorite movie characters rather than their real names and Joel is dubbed Han Solo. His boss Scarlet ala Gone with the Wind is so maddeningly hot it drives him and all the other male employees up a wall.
But where he finds true kinship is with Baby Dirty Dancing , the nonstop puking girl is it anorexia or something else who is whip smart and funny. They hit it off and Solo realizes that maybe he isn't the only one with problems - maybe they're all a little frazzled but the key to moving on is making friends and propping each other up. A cast full of characters that readers will laugh with and root for. This is great storytelling. I appreciate the hint dropping throughout.
But also. Read this, now, as soon as you can. Oct 04, Alex Nonymous rated it really liked it Shelves: and Since I knew from the get-go I'd be writing a review for this book, I had over pages to try and figure out what I was going to say. I honestly think this book works best if you don't know the parts that made me love it because the realization of where the plot was going both broke my hearted and sewed it back together again so I'm just going to say if you're like me and are a little iffy with the beginning of this, I promise the pay off is worth it.
Jan 03, Anne Banyai rated it it was amazing. I was given the opportunity to read this ahead of its release in exchange for an honest review. This book had me laughing and crying, almost simultaneously. The main character is relatable whether you're a teenager or not. I loved the complexity of the story.
Just when I thought I had a grasp on things, new layers would emerge and keep me engrossed in what was next. The first word that comes to mind when I think of the story as a whole? The feelings are real. The issues are real. The chara I was given the opportunity to read this ahead of its release in exchange for an honest review.
The characters are real. This is a beautiful book that I wish I would've read as a teenager. It would've made me feel less alone in the world. Thanks, Lisabeth for your work.
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