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Things I Should Have Known By Claire LaZebnik Things I Should Have Known Things Chloe knew Her sister Ivy was lonely Ethan was a perfect match Ethan s brother David was an arrogant jerk Things Chloe should have known Setups are complicated Ivy can make her own decision

  • Title: Things I Should Have Known
  • Author: Claire LaZebnik
  • ISBN: 9780544829695
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Things I Should Have Known By Claire LaZebnik Things Chloe knew Her sister, Ivy, was lonely Ethan was a perfect match Ethan s brother, David, was an arrogant jerk.Things Chloe should have known Setups are complicated Ivy can make her own decisions David may be the only person who really gets Chloe.Meet Chloe Mitchell, a popular Los Angeles girl who s decided that her older sister, Ivy, who s on the autism spectrThings Chloe knew Her sister, Ivy, was lonely Ethan was a perfect match Ethan s brother, David, was an arrogant jerk.Things Chloe should have known Setups are complicated Ivy can make her own decisions David may be the only person who really gets Chloe.Meet Chloe Mitchell, a popular Los Angeles girl who s decided that her older sister, Ivy, who s on the autism spectrum, could use a boyfriend Chloe already has someone in mind Ethan Fields, a sweet, movie obsessed boy from Ivy s special needs class.Chloe would like to ignore Ethan s brother, David, but she can t Ivy and Ethan aren t comfortable going out on their own, so Chloe and David have to tag along Soon Chloe, Ivy, David, and Ethan form a quirky and wholly lovable circle And as the group bonds over frozen yogurt dates and movie nights, Chloe is forced to confront her own romantic choices and the realization that it s okay to be a different kind of normal.
    Things I Should Have Known By Claire LaZebnik

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    1. Cait • A Page with a View on said:

      Release date March 28, 2017Wow, this was SO impressive I ve been trying to find a realistic YA contemporary about teens who care for their autistic siblings and this was so perfect I d recommend it if you like Sarah Dessen or Kasie West Chloe is seventeen, popular, dating the most attractive guy in school, and looks like she has an easy life Her older sister Ivy is autistic, so Chloe has spent most of her life protecting and caring for her their mother is a little self absorbed and easily overwh [...]

    2. Cait (Paper Fury) on said:

      This is simply an EXCELLENT novel It s all about friendship, love, sibling relationships, and the absolute decisive fact that if you don t have ice cream in your life at regular intervals than wut r u doing mate because ice cream is life But I guess the book actually does focus on, like, LOVE and SIBLINGS whispers ice cream tho And I m endlessly pleased that it had such a lovely representation of Autism The author has an ASD child and you can really tell they know things Bless books with accura [...]

    3. Kelly (and the Book Boar) on said:

      Find all of my reviews at 52bookminimum I seriously have no recollection of how I ended up requesting this from the library I ve never heard of this author and zero of my friends have read it At this point I m almost convinced that I have some sort of weird sleeping disorder where I log on to the library in the middle of the night in order to All I know is I woke up on Saturday morning and turned on the WiFi in order to retrieve a porno scientific study on the mating rituals of werewolves and s [...]

    4. Kaylin on said:

      2.5 StarsOverview Focusing on the relationship between teenage Chloe and her autistic sister, Ivy, this story revolves around their quest to find love for Ivy, but quickly proves it contains much Instead, this becomes a coming of age for both of the sisters.I received an ARC of this through Netgalley, thanks to HMH Books for the opportunity Pros LGBT representation in a healthy and realistic way.There s a note at the end that says the author has personal experience with autism and has already w [...]

    5. Dana on said:

      When I picked up Things I Should Have Known, I wasn t sure what to expect YA romances always have the chance of being too cheesy for me and mental illness is not always represented genuinely However I was pleasantly surprised in both aspects The autistic characters in the story and their relatives, how people reacted to everything, felt very authentic In the authors bio it did state that she had a son who was autistic and had written two books on autism so I guess that s why this book ended up r [...]

    6. Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤ on said:

      Shockingly enough, this was a book I had passed over because of a couple miniscule details I picked up on in the synopsis But, seeing as how I have a very particular set of books that work for me nowadays, upon further inspection, this book looked like it was right up my alley I mean, come on Douchey guy, arch nemesis pretty much the whole school s, to be fair , being pushed together in a selfless act for their siblings I just couldn t help but balk and give this one a try Though, I should have [...]

    7. Evelina | AvalinahsBooks on said:

      You probably know that I choose YA books quite rarely I mean, the premise has to be pretty specialfor me to do it.But this one just had it.And I wasn t wrong.Read the full review with images and buy links here on my blog.How can I sum this book up It brought me all sorts of emotions from the very first page Very readable, very relatable even though you might not have quite the life the main character has.In short Chloe is quite a popular teen You d easily mix her up with those air headed dolls w [...]

    8. Alyssa on said:

      This book was WONDERFUL 3333 Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Things I Should Have Known by Claire LaZebnikPublisher HMH Books for Young ReadersPublication Date March 28, 2017Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from From the author of Epic Fail comes the story of Chloe Mitchell, a Los Angeles girl on a quest to find love for her autistic sister, Ivy Ethan, from Ivy s class, seems like the perfect match It s unfortunate that his older brother, David, is one of Chloe s le [...]

    9. Sarah Joint on said:

      Funny, quirky, honest, and heartwarming I really loved this book I was in the mood for something lighter than what I usually go for, and this was perfect a well written and inspirational young adult novel I really enjoyed it Chloe has an easy life at school She s pretty, popular, and dating the best looking guy in school He s friendly and seems very devoted to her, but he does have one issue he doesn t really understand Chloe s big sister Her sister Ivy is very important to her Their father died [...]

    10. Aditi on said:

      If they can t learn the way we teach, we teach the way they learn O Ivar LovaasClaire LaZebnik, an American author, pens an enlightening and heart touching young adult contemporary novel Things I Should Have Known that revolves around a female high school teenager who sets up her autistic elder sister with another autistic boy on a date, but little did she had any idea that the boy s younger brother is her classmate and whom she despises to her heart s content and that they both share the same g [...]

    11. Courtney on said:

      On the outside, it may seem like eighteen year old Chloe Mitchell has a perfect life, but things are not always what they seem Sure, she s popular and pretty, gets good grades, and even has an attractive and athletic boyfriend, but that only just scratches the surface Chloe has an older sister, Ivy, who is on the autism spectrum, their father passed away from cancer a few years ago, and their mother, who s pretty passive about everything going on, has remarried a man named Ron, who can sometimes [...]

    12. Dee Montoya on said:

      FIVE STARS Uplifting and beautiful Things I Should Have Known is a wonderful novel A compelling story about a sister trying to find love for her autistic sister The love and acceptance these sisters have for one another took my breath away, and made my heart sing I laughed and cried, and had the most amazing time reading this book I m completely enad with Claire Lazebnik s writing style, now that I ve discovered her work, I ll make it my mission to read every single one of her books Chloe Mitche [...]

    13. Nina (JustAddAWord) on said:

      Consider me very very impressed Guys, help me out You know those books that, staring at the cover or reading the synopsis or just from page one, you know they re going to be special Does this feeling have a name Call it a gut feeling Call it a psychic sense Maybe it s magic One can only guess I ve had this experience and been proved right sometimes, thank goodness with books like Six of Crows, A Darker Shade of Magic, and The Winner s Curse And now Things I Should Have Known joins those books Th [...]

    14. Casey on said:

      Things I Should Have known is the story of Chloe a popular, self assured, teen that I found really realistic and true to herself even though she has some flaws, I want flawed truthful characters I want real life things that are annoying but also truthful and that s what I got with Chloe.After Ivy starts asking questions about Chloes relationship and kissing Chloe decides to have a look into Chloes class when she picks her up and scopes out the class for a potential than friend for her sister.Iv [...]

    15. Fafa's Book Corner on said:

      DNF Mini review I received this E ARC via Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review I had initially heard about this book through my friends reviews Once I read the synopsis I was sold Unfortunately I did not enjoy it.The interactions with the characters felt forced Specifically the dialogue I couldn t bring myself to read further and just dropped it I do still recommend it because I think it ll be cute.

    16. Aneta Bak on said:

      Things I Should Have Known is a wonderful and heartwarming novel Not only is it deep, but it is also very educational.Chloe is your typical high school girl She is beautiful, popular, blonde and in love with the most popular guy at her school When she notices her autistic sister is sad and lonely, she steps out of her narcissistic bubble and decides to help Ivy by finding her a boyfriend On her journey to help her sister, Chloe not only learns to see her sister in a new way, but learn about the [...]

    17. Fadwa (Word Wonders) on said:

      Full review originally posted on my blog Word Wonders I received a copy of this book from the publishers through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review Not gonna lie, I requested this book a hundred months ago exaggerating but you know and I kept pushing reading it until the last minute humanly possible to be able to write the review on time Why Because I was dreading the Autistic representation and how it will be handled, especially from a sibling s point of view because my past experiences [...]

    18. Hristina on said:

      In my opinion, Things I Should Have Known is Mrs LaZebnik s best work Her characters are well developed and realistic, the best feature of the text The whole storyline is filled with surprising moments that wowed me, I had a hard time putting it down Every aspect of it is executed in a beautiful manner.This book is a must read for fans of the YA Contemporary genre.

    19. Alessandra Crivelli on said:

      THE FULL REVIEW IS HERE SPOILER FREE Thank you to the publisher for sending me an ARC through Netgalley.This was such a freshly and overwhelming reading about siblings love I don t think I ever read something about Autism in my life but both this story and its characters were so realistic WOW WOW JUST WOW.It is such an open minding reading and at the same time it s also quite of funny Things I should have known tells the story on how it is to caring and loving for someone who is autistic, what a [...]

    20. Tandie on said:

      Wow This was fantastic Witty dialogue, unique subject matter, and the least sappy YA love story ever RTC.

    21. Amanda on said:

      An excellent book that focuses on a loving relationship between two sisters, Chloe and Ivy Ivy, who has autism and Chloe who cares about her sisters well being than anything else Having someone very close to me who is autistic allowed this book to speak volumes, I truly have not read a realistic YA novel before The characters, situations, and storyline felt like a true story Though my experiences with my loved one who is autistic differs, I can still relate to this story 100% because the writi [...]

    22. Laurence R. on said:

      I loved the relationships in this novel They re so adorable It s also very realistic and it opened my eyes about autism.

    23. Alissa on said:

      I d like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with a digital ARC of this book I absolutely loved this book Claire LaZebnik takes multiple characteristics that are usually and unfairly avoided ignored by authors and creates wonderful realistic characters I found the plot very engaging, and I genuinely loved the pacing, as well as the way the story turned out I honestly cannot think of a single thing about this book that I disliked, and therefore I highly recommend this to all of [...]

    24. Meli on said:

      Muy tierno, entretenido y ganchero.Es bastante emotivo y trata muy bien el autismo, est n muy bien definidos los perfiles de los personajes Es muy realista y nada hip crita, me gusto esoNQUE sent que utiliza demasiado la palabra normal para diferenciar a las personas que tienen autismo de las que no, incluso en un momento dicen algo como no ser raro Si bien en general est bien como maneja todo, eso me choc Aunque tal vez y espero sea una impresi n m a, la autora escribe libros sobre autismo y ti [...]

    25. Justine on said:

      It was enjoyable and I couldn t put it down I liked the family dynamics although it sometimes felt too clich and predictable and unrealistic The autism aspect was definitely the highlight of the book Although I have never dealt with it myself, I should hope that it s as much an every day challenge as it becomes a normal daily routine that people come to terms with Worries, love, doubts, hope, annoyance are all parts of it The main characters were endearing most of the time However, I was really [...]

    26. Jill Pickle on said:

      I loved the way this book starts out on one track a standard romancey trajectory and then veers off into something different and deeper This book explores the tricky space between caring deeply for a sibling and imparting your own desires or assumptions about them on to them And it is so Readable The way family dynamics are explored feels so real, even the parents involved are fleshed out I even ended up begrudgingly respecting the stepdad in the end The romantic development between two of the c [...]

    27. Brandy Painter on said:

      4.5 starsOriginally posted at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.My feelings for Clair LaZebnik s books have run from lukewarm to extreme love I was on the fence about reading Things I Should Have Known because I knew it dealt with autism, and I was worried about how that would go All her other books I ve read have been fluffy, romantic modern Austen retellings I was thoroughly pulled into this story and characters though This is definitely on the extreme love end of my LaZebnik book rankings.Chloe [...]

    28. Genesis Sheli (Latte Nights Reviews) on said:

      This review was originally posted on Latte Nights Reviews.Chloe is one of the popular girls at her school but it s not because she tries It s because she doesn t try that people admire her and like her She s even dating the most popular guy at school and everything seems okay But at home, Chloe takes care of her older sister Ivy who is Autistic Chloe is already used to taking care of Ivy and being there for her, so when Ivy starts asking questions about kissing and relationships, Chloe sets out [...]

    29. Kristy Mauna on said:

      Things I Should Have Known took me by surprise, and completely swept me off my feet through its lovable characters and thoughtful, heartwarming story It s like people have a place in their brain for normal, and they have a place in their brain for something obviously wrong, but they can t deal with something just a little bit different At first, I thought I was reading about our usual pretty, popular girl with the perfect boyfriend when we first meet Chloe But she felt unique as her layers were [...]

    30. Puput on said:

      I received this book from publisher via Netgalley in exchange for honest reviewI started this book thinking I m gonna get some cute, adorable, hate to love romance and maybe some juicy family drama and instead what I got was lots and lots of siblings love how it is to have sibling with autism I mean, there s also the family drama adorable romance, but I ll get to that later.Our protagonist, CHLOE is not your usual girl I mean, the main girls in books are usually innocent, never been in love, an [...]

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