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Hannelore Takes Note
     

Hannelore Takes Note

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by Margit Amundsen
 

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Pop quiz: What do you do about a blind date from hell? About the blonde who flips her hair and makes a move for the guy you like? About the undergrads who, like wolves, track you down to complain about their grades?
Find out in this zippy page-turner!

Overview

Pop quiz: What do you do about a blind date from hell? About the blonde who flips her hair and makes a move for the guy you like? About the undergrads who, like wolves, track you down to complain about their grades?
Find out in this zippy page-turner!

Editorial Reviews

Amazon.com - Byron Reviewer
"The writing is funny. I actually laughed while reading. I love a book that can really make me laugh. It was such a great book it made me miss my college days."
Amazon.com - Nataliya Field
This book was "lovely [in parts]" and "funny everywhere else."
Goodreads.com - Joy Marino
"I enjoyed the book and read it in one sitting."
Amazon.com - M. Teacher
"I could really identify with the trials, tribulations and misadventures of Hannelore." "The author did a really great job of writing with a snarky wit that was really clever and made the book that much more enjoyable. The characters are well developed."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016065847
Publisher:
Margit Amundsen
Publication date:
01/08/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
98 KB

Meet the Author

Margit Amundsen did not join Roald Amundsen on his 1926 North Pole expedition. She dislikes possums. She can do an uncanny imitation of Hayley Mills. Her laughter is so loud that it startles small children. She does not always drink milk, but when she does, she drinks chocolate milk.

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Hannelore Takes Note 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I started reading this, I wasn't sure where it was headed, but the main character and her observations pulled me in. I liked the oddball students and professors that Hannelore has to deal with, and I liked following her adventures in dating. She's also not a cookie-cutter protagonist, so I liked that as well. There are some laugh-out-loud moments in this book and there are also more subtle scenes that reminded me of situations I've experienced in school or in life. I plan to recommend this to my friends and family members who like smart dialogue and interesting characters. Other books I've liked include Pride and Prejudice, I Capture the Castle, Bridget Jones's Diary, Rebecca, Lucky Jim, and Anne of Green Gables.