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Shake It Off explained Shake It Off, review Shake It Off, trailer Shake It Off, box office Shake It Off, analysis Shake It Off, Shake It Off 641a Bria Is Used To City Life In Chicago, But Is Headed To Her Aunt And Uncle S Iowa Creamery For The Summer Their Dairy Operation Offers A Taste Of Country Living To Passersby, Who Can Stop In For A Milkshake, A Wagon Ride, And A Trip Through The Corn Maze Bria Is Definitely Out Of Her Element, But Her Cousin, Wren, Loves Working On Her Parents Farm Bria Takes Refuge In Crushing On Gabe, Who Also Works At The Dairy, And Selling Milkshakes In The Farm Shop But Everything Is In Jeopardy When A Corporate Distributor Wants To Buy Out The Whole Operation Bria Wants To Add Her City Savvy And Flair For Design To The Milkshake Shop With Crazy, Over The Top Recipes But Will That Be Enough To Save The Family S Farm Bring On The Tractor Rides And First Dates Over A Milkshake Plus Suzanne Nelson S Signature Scrumptious Recipes

  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Shake It Off
  • Suzanne Nelson
  • English
  • 06 May 2019
  • 9781338339291

About the Author: Suzanne Nelson

When she was in kindergarten, Suzanne Nelson jotted down in a school keepsake album that she wanted to be a riter Though she clearly had issues with spelling, she persisted, composing cryptic poems about rainbows, fairies, mud, and even Star Wars in spiral notebooks all through elementary school When she was seventeen, she filled four journals with her handwritten first novel, titled The Dr



10 thoughts on “Shake It Off

  1. says:

    Copy provided by Young Adult Books CentralBria has made some poor choices concerning friends and social media back home in Chicago, so her parents have decided to pack her off to spend the summer helping out on her aunt s farm in Iowa with her cousins Since Bria doesn t find farm life as interesting as fashion, and doesn t get along terribly well with Wren, she has a rough start She doesn t want to muck out stalls or even help in the dairy s diner, and is so unhelpful that her aunt finally tells her to go back to the house and stay out of the way This is great for a couple of days, but Bria eventually becomes bored and feels guilty that she is not helping out when the rest of the family is working so hard She also wants to spend time with Gabe, whose family owns a nearby farm Bria does make an effort at the diner, and creates a spectacular milk shake similar to those available at her favorite shop in the city, but the locals want to stick to plain vanilla Undeterred, Bria eventually brings her cousins and aunts around to the idea of the fancy shakes Will they be enough to keep her aunt and uncle from selling off the farm Farm life is difficult my mother s family had a dairy farm that did home deliveries and at its height sold ice cream, cottage cheese and oddly, juice jugs It s good to see a book that portrays the love of farm life many people feel but balances it with the realities or modern economics.The Wish books are hugely popular in my library, in part because of the great convergence of food and romance There are recipes for some of Bria s shakes at the back, as well as tips on how to construct them I ve never seen these in a restaurant, but they are intriguing, even if the one of the cover probably contains enough calories for me for an entire week Hand this titles to readers who enjoyed Atwood s Ice Cream Summer, Simon s Sprinkle Sundaes series, Lisa Schroeder s It s Raining Cupcakes or other books where the main characters have business interests that revolve around food

  2. says:

    This book was such a fun read and even though the premise has been done before, the characters were strong and grew over time I loved the character Wren and the super sweet shakes that Bria created The details from the author were so vivid you could taste the shakes jumping off the pages I loved it

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