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  • Mass Market Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Laurel Leaf (Sept. 1 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0440219744
  • ISBN-13: 978-0440219743
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 10.2 x 17.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,367,485 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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Rachel Robinson is too perfect - I like her less than her best friend Stephanie Hirsch, along with Steph's friend Alison. She is incredibly gifted and astoundingly bright. HERE'S TO YOU... was derived from a line Rachel's brother, supreme troublemaker, Charles, said out of anger.
HERE'S TO YOU... picks up where JUST AS LONG AS... left off. With the cliff-hanger ending of the prequel, we find that the best friendship between Steph and Rachel was never really fully repaired, basically due to Alison's arrival. "I can tell they prefer each other's company to mine," Rachel laments. Still, Steph and Rachel are good friends.
If Charles is Rachel's main problem, and it seems as though he is, she should seriously consider herself lucky. Her family was happy until he arrived home, expelled from his boarding school. Before that, it was just Rachel, Mr and Mrs. Robinson, and Rachel's sister, Jessica. As we come to know Charles, we come to understand why Rachel almost seems to fear the 14 year-old. He has a mean streak. He honestly seems to get joy out of making his family miserable. Jess, who has a serious case of acne so bad that it is often painful, is able to live her life normally and have friends, which Rachel strongly admires. Charles cruelly asks, "Do they still call you Pizza Face or Jess the Mess?" Jess flees the room in tears. When Rachel is concerned, he teases her about being so smart in school. "The child prodigy speaks!" he trills in feigned shock. Charles also teases her about not having friends and when Steph and Alison show up, he shamelessly flirts with them.
Oddly enough, no one really sees how wicked Charles is outside the Robinson household. His girlfriend Dana thinks he's sweet and gentle and asks Rachel "to please stop acting like such a bitch!
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Format: Hardcover
This is a really great book. I decided to pick it for on eof my book reports and it was really easy to read and undertsand. My project was very easy to do. I reccomend this book to ages 12+
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By Allie, on May 9 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I thought, Here's to you, Rachel Robinson, was a great book. It showed siblings relavery between three siblings and how hecktive their life got with each other.Charles, the brother did something bad and came home. See what happens if you read the book! Judy Blume does a great job explaining the book and I never got confused once. I hope she writes another book about Rachel and her friends!!!! :-)
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"Here`s to You, Rachel Robinson" is about a girl named Rachel(you probably guessed that by now, though!) who just wants her life steady. She was, as her parents put it, born 35. People think her life is perfect. Well, it isn`t. She has an older brother, Charles, who just got kicked out of boarding school. Now, he`s sent home and she and her family just can`t deal with it.
While Rachel`s life goes up and down, you`ll feel like you`re part of her heart, and spirit.
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By A Customer on Dec 10 2002
Format: Hardcover
Here's to you Rachel Robinson is a good book. The setting of the story was in Vermount when Rachel was around the age of fourteen. The main characters in the story were Rachel,Jessica,Robby, Nell,Victor, and Charles. My favorite character is Rachel beacause when she's stressed she listens to music or plays her instrument to make her feel relaxed or calm ,and I also like to listen to music. My favorite part was when Nell and Victor got a phone-call about Charles. I would recommend this book to a friend or family member because it seems like a really good book for all ages, and it's starting to get interesting.
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By A Customer on Nov. 18 2002
Format: Hardcover
My favorite book is Here's to You Rachel Robinson by Judy Blume. It's about a girl who has trouble with her family, friends, and school. One reason why it's my favorite book is it shows that families aren't perfect. For example, Rachel's brother is always getting into trouble, and now he has to come home from boarding school because he got expelled. Another reason why it's my favorite book is that friendship is not always the best. For example, Rachel's best never tells her anything, she talks about her to all of her other friends, and is starting to yell at her about everything. The last reason why I like this book is it shows that you should always try hard in school and put it before activities. For example, Rachel has so many activities that if she doesn't keep up with her work, her grades might slip. Here's to You Rachel Robinson is the best book; it shows what life is all about.
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By A Customer on June 20 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This was not as good as the fist one but, it was good.
If you liked Rachel in the first one you will like this book.
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By A Customer on May 19 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is one of the best books for girls. I mean it! I was so sad when the book ended. I believe that Ms. Blume should make a sequal to this also.
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