To all the boys I've loved before / Jenny Han.

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    • Publication Information:
      First Edition.
    • Abstract:
      Summary: "Lara Jean writes love letters to all the boys she has loved and then hides them in a hatbox until one day those letters are accidentally sent"-- Provided by publisher.
    • Notes:
      "A Junior Library Guild selection"--Jkt. flap.
      Ages 12 up.
    • Other Titles:
      To all the boys I have loved before.
    • ISBN:
      9781442426702 (hardback)
      1442426705 (hardback)
      9781442426719 (paperback)
      1442426713 (paperback)
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    • ABNT:
      HAN, J. To all the boys I’ve loved before. First Edition. [s. l.]: Simon & Schuster BFYR, 2014. ISBN 9781442426702. Disponível em: Acesso em: 13 ago. 2020.
    • AMA:
      Han J. To All the Boys I’ve Loved before. First Edition. Simon & Schuster BFYR; 2014. Accessed August 13, 2020.
    • APA:
      Han, J. (2014). To all the boys I’ve loved before (First Edition.). Simon & Schuster BFYR.
    • Chicago/Turabian: Author-Date:
      Han, Jenny. 2014. To All the Boys I’ve Loved before. First Edition. Simon & Schuster BFYR.
    • Harvard:
      Han, J. (2014) To all the boys I’ve loved before. First Edition. Simon & Schuster BFYR. Available at: (Accessed: 13 August 2020).
    • Harvard: Australian:
      Han, J 2014, To all the boys I’ve loved before, First Edition., Simon & Schuster BFYR, viewed 13 August 2020, .
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      Han, Jenny. To All the Boys I’ve Loved before. First Edition., Simon & Schuster BFYR, 2014. EBSCOhost,
    • Chicago/Turabian: Humanities:
      Han, Jenny. To All the Boys I’ve Loved before. First Edition. Simon & Schuster BFYR, 2014.
    • Vancouver/ICMJE:
      Han J. To all the boys I’ve loved before [Internet]. First Edition. Simon & Schuster BFYR; 2014 [cited 2020 Aug 13]. Available from:


Booklist Reviews 2014 March #2

Lara Jean writes plenty of love letters, but she never sends them. It's just her way of moving on from a crush. When her secret box of letters goes missing and she discovers they've been mailed—including one to her sister's ex-boyfriend—Lara Jean has to come face-to-face with her past and in the process learn more about her future. While the core of the novel focuses on Lara Jean learning to branch out and take risks, other issues of family, sisterly bonds, and coping without a mother run through the narrative. Though some of the side characters could be better developed, Lara Jean is a quirky, low-key protagonist who is off the relatability charts: she loves vintage clothes and prefers to stay at home, knit, and work on her scrapbooking. Short chapters and a convincing romance keep the story sailing as Lara Jean learns, at long last, to take charge. A wonderful choice for fans of Sarah Dessen and Stephanie Perkins. Copyright 2014 Booklist Reviews.

Horn Book Guide Reviews 2014 Fall

Lara Jean writes letters to boys she's liked without thinking they'll ever be sent. When she discovers that the letters have been mailed, she pretends to date one of those boys to save face in front of another (who also dated her studying-abroad sister). What follows is a sweet, honest, and beautifully written story about sisterly bonds and true first love.

PW Reviews 2014 February #1

Lara Jean Covey writes romantic goodbye letters to boys "when I don't want to be in love anymore," never intending for them to see the light of day. She understandably panics when the five letters are somehow mailed out, especially because she wrote one to Josh, her older sister Margot's nice, nerdy ex. To convince Josh that she's over him, Lara Jean pretends to date popular Peter, who agrees to the charade to make his former girlfriend jealous. But when Peter holds her hand or jokes around with her younger sister, Kitty, Lara Jean begins to wonder "what's real and what's not." As in Han's The Summer I Turned Pretty, there's a love triangle at work, but Lara Jean's personality—goofy, awkward, prone to strong emotions, and entirely naïve when it comes to boys—give this touching story an individuality and charm all its own. Han creates a realistically flawed cast, especially half-Korean Lara Jean and her sisters, who work hard to be good to one another after their mother's death (even when they're at one another's throats). Ages 12–up. Agent: Emily Van Beek, Folio Literary Management. (Apr.)

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