This is a very realistic book about a teenage girl who grew up in the 1970s. It is written as a diary and traces the life of Margaret going through her teenage years. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes creative writing and teen stories. I love this book because it is very true and I can relate to many problems she has in the story. For example, Margaret has a problem with having good relationships with boys. Her next door neighbor is also her best friend and she is used to men treating her with respect. But when she starts dating other men, she sees not everyone wants to be her friend. She also has a lot of problems with her girl friends. They are like most teen girls and love to gossip, but Margaret realizes she is not always on the good side of gossip. After reading this, I learned to appreciate the things my friends and family do for me voluntarily.
Miss American Pie by Margaret Sartor
September 16, 2009