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The first twelve books in the popular Christy Miller series are now available in four treasured volumes! Bestselling author Robin Jones Gunn packs each one with enough action, romance, and drama to keep you reading and wanting more. It all starts the summer Christy vacations on a California beach and meets two friends who change her life forever. But after moving across the The first twelve books in the popular Christy Miller series are now available in four treasured volumes! Bestselling author Robin Jones Gunn packs each one with enough action, romance, and drama to keep you reading and wanting more. It all starts the summer Christy vacations on a California beach and meets two friends who change her life forever. But after moving across the country with her family, Christy must begin her sophomore year of high school uncertain where she'll fit in. A red-headed new best friend, a try at cheerleading, a job at a pet store, and expectations for the prom fill Christy's high school years with a string of laughter-and-tears moments. Fireball Katie keeps everyone guessing what she'll do next, and surfer Todd keeps showing up while popular Rick has determined to get her full attention! As these memorable years unfold, Christy and her God-loving friends find out what it means to be a "peculiar treasure." Follow Christy Miller as she stays true to her identity in Christ, drawing closer to God for help in realizing her dreams and dealing with her disappointments. Whether you're meeting her for the first time or have known her for years-- Christy Is a Forever Friend True Friends What is a true friend? Christy Miller knows she has two of them: Todd and Katie. To show how much she appreciates them, she writes to Todd, who's off surfing in Hawaii, and she agrees to join the ski club with Katie...even though she's scared of skiing! Fortunately, Christy and Katie can laugh as they bumble their way around the bunny slopes at Lake Tahoe. But Christy finds herself caught between new friends and her loyalty to Katie. Will Christy find a way to be a true friend when it counts most? And will she ever hear from Todd? Starry Night It's Christmastime, and Christy Miller has so much going on: family time, work, and maybe, just maybe, going to the Rose Bowl Parade with a bunch of friends. If only she could answer Uncle Bob's tough questions. Todd's buddy Doug gives her some insight, and she starts to appreciate him in a whole new way. Rick Doyle shows up again...but is he pursuing Christy or the cutest elf at the mall? Through it all, will Christy find someone special to count the stars with? Seventeen Wishes It's summer, and that means the beach and other adventures. And Christy Miller's best friend, Katie, is always full of ideas. They'll be camp counselors! But when Katie can't go, Christy is bewildered and overwhelmed by her fifth-grade girls, who have boundless energy for anything except what Christy wants them to do. Do they even hear a word she says? Soon they're playing matchmaker between Christy and Jaeson, a handsome counselor...and he doesn't seem to mind. When Christy's seventeenth birthday arrives later in the summer, just what will she be wishing for? Story Behind the Book "The Christy Miller series was actually born when a group of thirteen-year-olds challenged me to write a novel. I'd been questioning the content of their favorite books when they said, 'Why don't you write a book for us?' I told them no, I only wrote picture books. But they persisted: 'How hard could it be? We'll even tell you what to write! We want a love story with teenagers at the beach.' And there you go. Summer Promise first released seventeen years ago and is now translated into five languages. I continue to hear from readers all over the world, many girls saying that they gave their life to Christ after reading Summer Promise. I love that!" --Robin Jones Gunn


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The first twelve books in the popular Christy Miller series are now available in four treasured volumes! Bestselling author Robin Jones Gunn packs each one with enough action, romance, and drama to keep you reading and wanting more. It all starts the summer Christy vacations on a California beach and meets two friends who change her life forever. But after moving across the The first twelve books in the popular Christy Miller series are now available in four treasured volumes! Bestselling author Robin Jones Gunn packs each one with enough action, romance, and drama to keep you reading and wanting more. It all starts the summer Christy vacations on a California beach and meets two friends who change her life forever. But after moving across the country with her family, Christy must begin her sophomore year of high school uncertain where she'll fit in. A red-headed new best friend, a try at cheerleading, a job at a pet store, and expectations for the prom fill Christy's high school years with a string of laughter-and-tears moments. Fireball Katie keeps everyone guessing what she'll do next, and surfer Todd keeps showing up while popular Rick has determined to get her full attention! As these memorable years unfold, Christy and her God-loving friends find out what it means to be a "peculiar treasure." Follow Christy Miller as she stays true to her identity in Christ, drawing closer to God for help in realizing her dreams and dealing with her disappointments. Whether you're meeting her for the first time or have known her for years-- Christy Is a Forever Friend True Friends What is a true friend? Christy Miller knows she has two of them: Todd and Katie. To show how much she appreciates them, she writes to Todd, who's off surfing in Hawaii, and she agrees to join the ski club with Katie...even though she's scared of skiing! Fortunately, Christy and Katie can laugh as they bumble their way around the bunny slopes at Lake Tahoe. But Christy finds herself caught between new friends and her loyalty to Katie. Will Christy find a way to be a true friend when it counts most? And will she ever hear from Todd? Starry Night It's Christmastime, and Christy Miller has so much going on: family time, work, and maybe, just maybe, going to the Rose Bowl Parade with a bunch of friends. If only she could answer Uncle Bob's tough questions. Todd's buddy Doug gives her some insight, and she starts to appreciate him in a whole new way. Rick Doyle shows up again...but is he pursuing Christy or the cutest elf at the mall? Through it all, will Christy find someone special to count the stars with? Seventeen Wishes It's summer, and that means the beach and other adventures. And Christy Miller's best friend, Katie, is always full of ideas. They'll be camp counselors! But when Katie can't go, Christy is bewildered and overwhelmed by her fifth-grade girls, who have boundless energy for anything except what Christy wants them to do. Do they even hear a word she says? Soon they're playing matchmaker between Christy and Jaeson, a handsome counselor...and he doesn't seem to mind. When Christy's seventeenth birthday arrives later in the summer, just what will she be wishing for? Story Behind the Book "The Christy Miller series was actually born when a group of thirteen-year-olds challenged me to write a novel. I'd been questioning the content of their favorite books when they said, 'Why don't you write a book for us?' I told them no, I only wrote picture books. But they persisted: 'How hard could it be? We'll even tell you what to write! We want a love story with teenagers at the beach.' And there you go. Summer Promise first released seventeen years ago and is now translated into five languages. I continue to hear from readers all over the world, many girls saying that they gave their life to Christ after reading Summer Promise. I love that!" --Robin Jones Gunn

30 review for Christy Miller Collection, Vol. 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    Christy Miller Volume Three Reread 2019: 4.5 stars. ~•~ True Friends - 4 stars. Starry Night - 4.5 stars Seventeen Wishes - 5 stars

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jill Williamson

    This is a three-books-in-one volume that includes books 7, 8, and 9 of the Christy Miller series. I’ve given a review of each story below. Book 7 True Friends Christy’s new assignment in class is to write an essay about what makes a true friend. This gets Christy thinking about how good of friend Katie is. She becomes determined to do something special with Katie to show her how much she cares. But Katie wants to go on a ski trip, and Christy is scared of skiing! Still, Christy goes, but some of th This is a three-books-in-one volume that includes books 7, 8, and 9 of the Christy Miller series. I’ve given a review of each story below. Book 7 True Friends Christy’s new assignment in class is to write an essay about what makes a true friend. This gets Christy thinking about how good of friend Katie is. She becomes determined to do something special with Katie to show her how much she cares. But Katie wants to go on a ski trip, and Christy is scared of skiing! Still, Christy goes, but some of the other girls on the trip will test Christy and Katie’s friendship to the breaking point. Will it survive? I love Christy. She is such a sweet, naive girl. Sometimes I feel bad for the way she gets treated, then sometimes I feel bad for the way she treats her friends. But that’s human nature, I suppose. This is a great book for friends. Book 8 Starry Night Christy introduces Katie to her beach friends and has a hard time when Rick flirts with Katie. Christy wonders if Katie likes Rick, after all the times Katie told Christy that Rick was no good for her. Christy makes plans to attend the Rose Parade with her beach friends, but balancing her uncle’s tough questions about God, Doug’s attentions, and Rick and Katie’s growing affection in making for a stressful holiday. This book worried me. I wanted Christy to get her chance to talk things out with Rick, but things kept going wrong. And I just wanted Christy to get closure. And now I think that Rick is only interested in Katie to make Christy jealous, so I feel bad for Katie! Argh! Robin Jones Gunn does a great job at portraying realistic characters. And this book has a wonderful surprise ending for Christy! Book 9 Seventeen Wishes When Katie suggests that she and Christy attend a week of summer camp, Christy is really looking forward to it. Until she finds out that Katie can’t go and that it’s not a teen camp, but one for 5th graders. And Christy is going as a counselor. From the start Christy feels in over her head with the young girls. And when they start playing matchmaker for Christy and one of the boy’s counselors, Christy doesn’t know what to do. This is a great story for anyone thinking about being a camp counselor. I totally related to Christy’s feelings and experiences as a counselor…except for the guy thing. That part actually annoyed me a bit. That this guy would flirt with Christy in front of the campers. Any camp I worked at that was a no no. Counselors were there to set an example. Anyway… Christy is a smart girl, and she works it all out. This was a good one. They’re all good! As always, I highly recommend this series for girls ages 12 and up. I wish I would have read them as a teen! I would have inhaled them and learned a ton. There are three more Christy novels that I need to go boy, and of course, then I need Christy and Todd: the College Years. So I’ve still got more fun to look forward to. If you are looking for a fun long-=lasting series for teen girls and haven’t looked into these book, you absolutely must. They are wonderful. Check out Robin Jones Gunn’s author website to find more at http://www.robingunn.com/.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lena Morrison

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I do my reviews in the form of a letter, which is why they are written like this. Dear Robin Jones Gunn, Thank you for this third volume. It's my least favorite of the volumes, but I still like it. :) True Friends- This book was pretty good. I just wish there was more Todd. So, in this one Christy basically tries to be a better friend to Katie. She realizes that Katie is such a good friend to her, and she wants to do better. So, she ends up agreeing to go on a ski trip with Katie. Together they r I do my reviews in the form of a letter, which is why they are written like this. Dear Robin Jones Gunn, Thank you for this third volume. It's my least favorite of the volumes, but I still like it. :) True Friends- This book was pretty good. I just wish there was more Todd. So, in this one Christy basically tries to be a better friend to Katie. She realizes that Katie is such a good friend to her, and she wants to do better. So, she ends up agreeing to go on a ski trip with Katie. Together they raise money and go on the trip. In this book, I still see that Christy has matured a lot in her relationship with Christ and with others. Katie I like, especially because she's not afraid of being herself and speaking the truth. The three snobby girls I can't stand. Other than that, the characters in this book are minor. I did like this book, I just wish there was more of Todd in it. I loved the whole "I hold you in my heart thing." It's a beautiful Bible verse. Starry Night- This book was also good. Christy and Katie have a bit more to deal with. I like how Christy is open about her faith with Jon here. She really does well! Not much other than some friend drama happens here. :) Katie gets somewhat into Rick, which I admit is annoying. Rick isn't even likable! But at least Christy and Rick get to talk a little, even if the first time was embarrassing. Then, in the end, Todd comes back! I'm so glad he came back. :) Seventeen Wishes- Honestly, this book is probably my second least favorite of the series. I definitely don't dislike it. I just don't really like that for most of the book Christy is alone and doesn't have her most important friends. I also wished Todd and Christy had a bit more romantic parts. :) Other than that, this is a good book. I like that Katie FINALLY gets over Rick. I also like reading about Christy taking care of a bunch of kids. And I like that Christy has grown up a lot more and become closer with God. :) Thank you for writing these books. They helped me get closer to God and love Him more. Sincerely, Lena Marie

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brin

    I thought this series was amazing! It's a must-read for teenage Christian and non-Christian girls... It's inspiring and a whole new perspective on things. I am 13 now and have been raised a Christian my whole life... I was baptized as a baby and have been going to church ever since. I almost thought I understood what it meant to be a Christian. This book made me realize that it's a lot more than just praying before meals, doing your devotions and going to church. You need to want to be a Christi I thought this series was amazing! It's a must-read for teenage Christian and non-Christian girls... It's inspiring and a whole new perspective on things. I am 13 now and have been raised a Christian my whole life... I was baptized as a baby and have been going to church ever since. I almost thought I understood what it meant to be a Christian. This book made me realize that it's a lot more than just praying before meals, doing your devotions and going to church. You need to want to be a Christian and be fully committed. You need to try to be Christ-like in everything you do. But more than that, you need to realize that as a human you make mistakes. You can't be perfect. You need Jesus. This series reminded me of this. I have been having a difficult time growing up and being a teenager. This book gave me a fresh start and helped me realize that prayer and handing your life over to Jesus is a lot better than trying to deal with it on your own. There are so many things out there that are bad example and ideas of "love". This really shows the real meaning of what it means to love other people.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    Great christian fiction for youths. I enjoyed reading how young people interacted with God.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Emilie

    I love this series- so good!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    I promise you will love these!

  8. 5 out of 5

    M.L. Little

    I noticed a few problematic remarks in this book. No one is really pointing these things out and it's concerning to me. --Rick is emotionally manipulative and controlling, and he needs to go. This book needed to stop trying to redeem everybody. Sometimes life has bad guys. He needs to just go. --At one point, Rick grabs Christy, and she feels uncomfortable and doesn't want him touching her. The older, wise mentor character says that because Christy is so godly, she is irrestible and Rick doesn't I noticed a few problematic remarks in this book. No one is really pointing these things out and it's concerning to me. --Rick is emotionally manipulative and controlling, and he needs to go. This book needed to stop trying to redeem everybody. Sometimes life has bad guys. He needs to just go. --At one point, Rick grabs Christy, and she feels uncomfortable and doesn't want him touching her. The older, wise mentor character says that because Christy is so godly, she is irrestible and Rick doesn't know how to act around her, thus excusing Rick's behavior. This is a horrible message for young, impressionable girls. Your godliness has nothing to do with people touching you. If you don't want to be touched, then there is no excuse. --Then Rick kisses Katie without her consent. She is upset about this when she reveals it to Christy, and has mixed feelings. Christy comforts her and tells her, "Your first kiss is a wonderful thing." Uh...not necessarily? Your first kiss is a wonderful thing if you WANT the kiss and it's with someone you love and trust. What's next, someone gets raped and Christy tells them "Your first time having sex is a wonderful thing?" --I agree with the reviewer who said it's so unfair of Todd to expect Christy to date only him and then hardly ever be in the picture. That's a little bit controlling, too. --This is more minor, but Christy is basically incapable of helping herself. These are bad messages for young girls, and I'm surprised no one else pointed them out.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rylie Lees

    In every book in this series it seems Christy is always finding a new boyfriend...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Keely

    This is overall my favorite Vol. in the entire collection. The Christy Miller series is great for girls preteen to 19. These books are great and memorable. They're like chicken soup when you're sick :) They're like sunshine on a cloudy day or a rainbow after the rain. It's great for cheering you up on a bad day and giving you a livelier smile on a not-so-bad one. Every girl should read these books :) They're quirky, entertaining, and also something that girls can easily relate to. It helped me This is overall my favorite Vol. in the entire collection. The Christy Miller series is great for girls preteen to 19. These books are great and memorable. They're like chicken soup when you're sick :) They're like sunshine on a cloudy day or a rainbow after the rain. It's great for cheering you up on a bad day and giving you a livelier smile on a not-so-bad one. Every girl should read these books :) They're quirky, entertaining, and also something that girls can easily relate to. It helped me to get through my Middle School years and is serving as a great guide for my High School ones. They teach lessons about love, friendship, family, and sticking close to God in the stickiest of situations. You should certainly start from the first volume so that you can understand it and get out all of this editions fullness, but this volume is greatly rewarding and an amazing read once you get to it :) I loved reading through Christy's life and seeing how she matures from the time she meets the God-lovers at the beginning of High School and through the end of her college years. In Vol. 3, Christy learns the meaning of love in her life and what it truly means to live by 1 Cor. 13: 1-13. Robins books are great from the first book in the series down to the last chapter of the college years. They're great books for any girl, preteen or 19, who wants something that's easy to relate to and understand in their life. The Christy Miller series is a series that literally seems to come alive when you crack open the book. The writing is fantastic and deep. The characters are easily lovable and relatable. The series is quirky, deep, and also one that keeps you reading on and on while you cheer for your favorite characters and pray that the outcome will be a good one. If you have a daughter between 12-112, buy her these books. The smile on her face will be a big, fat "thank you."

  11. 4 out of 5

    Becca Catherman

    I always look forward to reading a Christy Miller book and this collection is no exception! For me, I am drawn to these books because of their relatable characters and overall happy feel. It's the perfect "stress reliever" type of book. They're such easy reads, it doesn't take much focus to get absorbed in the world of forever friends. In this volume, books 7 & 8 seemed to have a main focus of friendship. Christy and Katie's skiing trip in "True Friends" turns out to be a valuable lesson for the I always look forward to reading a Christy Miller book and this collection is no exception! For me, I am drawn to these books because of their relatable characters and overall happy feel. It's the perfect "stress reliever" type of book. They're such easy reads, it doesn't take much focus to get absorbed in the world of forever friends. In this volume, books 7 & 8 seemed to have a main focus of friendship. Christy and Katie's skiing trip in "True Friends" turns out to be a valuable lesson for them in loyalty to each other, deciphering real vs fake friends and other friendship lessons. "Starry Night" continues a friendship theme when Christy struggles with how to be friends with her ex boyfriend and how to handle her friend Katie becoming friends with her "beach friends". The last book in this collection, is about Christy's adventure at summer camp, where she learns you can never love too much. Overall, I find these light-hearted, delightful reads so good, this review is being written after my second time reading them!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    I have to say that you can only rant so much about one series, because eventually it just becomes repetitive. Sometimes it's harder to explain any more than that I lOVE this series. I t also really makes me want to know how Robin Jones Gunn has all this insight on life and people. I'm kind of sad about having finished volume three, though, because it means there is only one more volume left. I admit that I'm kind of scared to read it, because I know I'll read it quickly and then it will be over. I have to say that you can only rant so much about one series, because eventually it just becomes repetitive. Sometimes it's harder to explain any more than that I lOVE this series. I t also really makes me want to know how Robin Jones Gunn has all this insight on life and people. I'm kind of sad about having finished volume three, though, because it means there is only one more volume left. I admit that I'm kind of scared to read it, because I know I'll read it quickly and then it will be over. :( I'm also kind of scared that once I'm no longer reading them I will a) not remember their lessons and b) not have the will power to read other books that are mediocre in comparison. So I guess that while I say they are amazing and you should definitely read them, read at your own risk :)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bellasara

    these books are amayzing. They truly enlight the way you veiw the world. and how you make desisions in life. Through a Godly perspective. I strongly suggest this book to all of those readers out there who are looking for a book they cant put down. In that case Christy Miller is the book for you. my star rating is : ***** :) Robin i think you should right about christy and if she has Kids. Give the crowd a little sizzle. I think if you make more christy miller books you will surly be happy you di these books are amayzing. They truly enlight the way you veiw the world. and how you make desisions in life. Through a Godly perspective. I strongly suggest this book to all of those readers out there who are looking for a book they cant put down. In that case Christy Miller is the book for you. my star rating is : ***** :) Robin i think you should right about christy and if she has Kids. Give the crowd a little sizzle. I think if you make more christy miller books you will surly be happy you did. Besides you are a great writer. I hope to see what still is instore for me in these wonderful and breath taking books. Thankyou. - a book critick

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sofia Pinzauti

    Christy has two of the greatest friends ever and she is put to the test to show them how much they mean to her. Her friends Katie invites her to Lake Tahoe for some snow time in the winter and Christy had other plans with some new friends she met. She is caught In-between new friends and her loyalty to Katie. She's working now for a summer camp that Katie dragged her to do not telling her that she was going to be a camp counselor for fifth graders. And at the last minute Katie bails and leaves C Christy has two of the greatest friends ever and she is put to the test to show them how much they mean to her. Her friends Katie invites her to Lake Tahoe for some snow time in the winter and Christy had other plans with some new friends she met. She is caught In-between new friends and her loyalty to Katie. She's working now for a summer camp that Katie dragged her to do not telling her that she was going to be a camp counselor for fifth graders. And at the last minute Katie bails and leaves Chirsty to do this on her own. Christy isn't sure what to do anymore, she's overwhelmed with everything.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Galliano

    Another amazing book that Robin Jones Gunn has written. I truly am inspired by how strong Christy keeps her faith and even through all the ups and the downs she will stay true to God and true to that special someone that comes in and out of her life. she wants certain things through out the whole series (Volume 1-3). She just has to find out that God is who she truly wants and He will set her in the right path if she just puts total trust and faith in him. I might have a different perspective on Another amazing book that Robin Jones Gunn has written. I truly am inspired by how strong Christy keeps her faith and even through all the ups and the downs she will stay true to God and true to that special someone that comes in and out of her life. she wants certain things through out the whole series (Volume 1-3). She just has to find out that God is who she truly wants and He will set her in the right path if she just puts total trust and faith in him. I might have a different perspective on these books than others might have but they just are truly inspiring and i pray that they are inspirational for someone else who truly needs it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Carmichael

    I loved these when I was a teen. they changed my perspective on dating, christianity, and being a true God-lover. Heavy stuff for a 13 year old. I just re-read them trying to decide when to give them to my oldest niece and I definitely say the audience is for 12-15 year olds. Gunn does an excellent job targeting that age with her narrative and though this may seem a little out of date the concepts are still very relatable (I read them when they were still listening to tape players...they've been I loved these when I was a teen. they changed my perspective on dating, christianity, and being a true God-lover. Heavy stuff for a 13 year old. I just re-read them trying to decide when to give them to my oldest niece and I definitely say the audience is for 12-15 year olds. Gunn does an excellent job targeting that age with her narrative and though this may seem a little out of date the concepts are still very relatable (I read them when they were still listening to tape players...they've been updated to CHS in this version but still haven't been updated to the digital age of cellphones and mp3s---though I'm not really sure that is necessary!)

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    This of course like the 2 volumes before it was amazing. I met Robin Jones Gunn when she came to my town to one of our local churches, she was one of the nicest people i've ever met and my friends had told me how great these books were, i had bought the book about a year before and had yet to read it. So i said, why not. I always seem to learn something from these books. God will always be there for you. No matter what. Christy and her friends are strong characters and great examples of how chri This of course like the 2 volumes before it was amazing. I met Robin Jones Gunn when she came to my town to one of our local churches, she was one of the nicest people i've ever met and my friends had told me how great these books were, i had bought the book about a year before and had yet to read it. So i said, why not. I always seem to learn something from these books. God will always be there for you. No matter what. Christy and her friends are strong characters and great examples of how christian teens can make good choices.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Emilee (Fantastical Paper Realm)

    I liked this one better than the last volume! But I guess I'm just waiting for the climax! I'm excited for the next one! I love todd! Coolest, most original guy ever! I was never a fan of the prince charming/perfect/cliche male protagonist, so it's refreshing to see a guy who is just figuring out life and doing his best to break a hormonal teen girls heart along the way! I liked Christy much more in this volume too! I don't think she had quite as many melt downs. This volume felt more like the f I liked this one better than the last volume! But I guess I'm just waiting for the climax! I'm excited for the next one! I love todd! Coolest, most original guy ever! I was never a fan of the prince charming/perfect/cliche male protagonist, so it's refreshing to see a guy who is just figuring out life and doing his best to break a hormonal teen girls heart along the way! I liked Christy much more in this volume too! I don't think she had quite as many melt downs. This volume felt more like the first!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mindy

    I'll just say this for the whole Christy Miller series. I read every book, minus the college years, about a year or two ago. I don't remember the little details, but I do remember LOVING the books. They were all very fast reads and contained great lessons for my faith. The only thing bad about any of them is they can get a little cheesy at time, but not enough to make me put them at a 4 star rating. Whole Series: 4.5 stars (And I do plan on eventually reading the last three books in the college I'll just say this for the whole Christy Miller series. I read every book, minus the college years, about a year or two ago. I don't remember the little details, but I do remember LOVING the books. They were all very fast reads and contained great lessons for my faith. The only thing bad about any of them is they can get a little cheesy at time, but not enough to make me put them at a 4 star rating. Whole Series: 4.5 stars (And I do plan on eventually reading the last three books in the college volume.)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sierra Goldring

    This book was very good. It is the 3rd book of a series of 4. All the books are about the obstacles Christy Miller has to go through. It all starts when Christy goes to visit her Aunt and Uncle in California. The next summer her family ends up moving to california. The books tell about christy's best friend troubles and some difficult dicisions she has to make throughout her teenage years.These books are amazing and I recomend them to girls who like drama! This book was very good. It is the 3rd book of a series of 4. All the books are about the obstacles Christy Miller has to go through. It all starts when Christy goes to visit her Aunt and Uncle in California. The next summer her family ends up moving to california. The books tell about christy's best friend troubles and some difficult dicisions she has to make throughout her teenage years.These books are amazing and I recomend them to girls who like drama!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Parson

    Robin Jones Gunn knows how to connect to her target audience so well! These books are absolutely fabulous and are much better than most of the shows on TV targeted to the same age group. I think these books are much more entertaining! And even though they don't have cell phones or Twitter in the books, they are still relevant. Robin Jones Gunn knows how to connect to her target audience so well! These books are absolutely fabulous and are much better than most of the shows on TV targeted to the same age group. I think these books are much more entertaining! And even though they don't have cell phones or Twitter in the books, they are still relevant.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    I finally got around to reading this series. This volume has the next three books of the series, and they're good. The writing is well done, the characters are interesting, and the plots are cute--totally appropriate for older kids and teens. I love her learning about faith and about friendships and relationships. I finally got around to reading this series. This volume has the next three books of the series, and they're good. The writing is well done, the characters are interesting, and the plots are cute--totally appropriate for older kids and teens. I love her learning about faith and about friendships and relationships.

  23. 4 out of 5

    This_young_author Hartford

    Cjristy is learning what she can from life, and a whole lot more. In these three books she's juggling Todd, Rick, and all her friends combined, while learning important lessons. Christy is growing up, and it isn't easy. A definite must-read. Cjristy is learning what she can from life, and a whole lot more. In these three books she's juggling Todd, Rick, and all her friends combined, while learning important lessons. Christy is growing up, and it isn't easy. A definite must-read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Christy doesnt go to prom (not even with Todd, gasp!) and realizes how much the 1 Cor. 13 verse "Love is patient; love is kind" plays into her life. Goes to camp, meets cute guy. Summer fling, dont mean a thingggg.... Can't remember last part. Something to do with Rick, though... Christy doesnt go to prom (not even with Todd, gasp!) and realizes how much the 1 Cor. 13 verse "Love is patient; love is kind" plays into her life. Goes to camp, meets cute guy. Summer fling, dont mean a thingggg.... Can't remember last part. Something to do with Rick, though...

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    Best christain books I have ever read. A cute christian love story. Clean, fun, and captivating. I read some of these books in a single day. All of my friends have loved the Christy Miller series and I STRONGLY recomend this book to any teenage girl.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alexa

    The Christy Miller series is really awesome! I love reading it and finding out what happens to Christy and her friends. A wonderful series about loving God and growing up. Very encouraging and a must-read for all young, Christian girls! :D

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This series is fantastic! I can never put it down! I love how we see a young woman struggling with the normal things all teens deal with: real friends and overcoming arguments, "friends", family, and boys. Although, I cannot wait for her to get through her little boy craze and just date Todd! This series is fantastic! I can never put it down! I love how we see a young woman struggling with the normal things all teens deal with: real friends and overcoming arguments, "friends", family, and boys. Although, I cannot wait for her to get through her little boy craze and just date Todd!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Awakening

    Another volume follows up on Christy. In this one she is growing closer to God, but is kind of becoming a hopless romantic.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    One of my favorite books from this series.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Rose

    READ IT! YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE!

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