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In book #2, after their fun-filled first meeting at the Halloween Dance, the pen pals all agree that although they liked their dates, Simmie, Amy's pen pal, is by far the cutest. In book #2, after their fun-filled first meeting at the Halloween Dance, the pen pals all agree that although they liked their dates, Simmie, Amy's pen pal, is by far the cutest.


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In book #2, after their fun-filled first meeting at the Halloween Dance, the pen pals all agree that although they liked their dates, Simmie, Amy's pen pal, is by far the cutest. In book #2, after their fun-filled first meeting at the Halloween Dance, the pen pals all agree that although they liked their dates, Simmie, Amy's pen pal, is by far the cutest.

30 review for Too Cute for Words

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany Spencer

    Too Cute For Words Plot: Palmer has been avoiding reading her letters from her Pen Pal (John Addams). Lisa, Shannon, and Amy just think they’re too personal, but Palmer thinks while John is cute, he’s also boring because he’s a poet. Surprisingly she doesn’t find this “romantic”. But who she does want is her suitemate Amy’s pen pal (Simmie Randolph the 3rd). After all, they have SO much in common because they both have blond hair and blue eyes (rolls eyes). Germaine another girl in their dorm enc Too Cute For Words Plot: Palmer has been avoiding reading her letters from her Pen Pal (John Addams). Lisa, Shannon, and Amy just think they’re too personal, but Palmer thinks while John is cute, he’s also boring because he’s a poet. Surprisingly she doesn’t find this “romantic”. But who she does want is her suitemate Amy’s pen pal (Simmie Randolph the 3rd). After all, they have SO much in common because they both have blond hair and blue eyes (rolls eyes). Germaine another girl in their dorm encourages Palmer to just take him. The other half of the time she’s throwing shade as Lisa, Amy, and Shannon. Palmer kinda goes along with it to show Germaine she’s “sophisticated”. She manipulates Amy into hanging a blow-up picture that Simmie sends (which just sounds conceited as hell) so that it will hang over her bed. Then she goes through Simmie’s answers for the questionnaires they made the Unknowns fill out, while the rest work on invitations to the upcoming Winter Festival. (Amy getting Lisa to give her a new look for Simmie). Also, Amy’s been working with a girl named Brenda for a talent show by playing for her. The song she’s singing isn’t quite right and Amy comes up with a melody that sounds right for Brenda’s style. They call it “Cabin Fever” and Amy says she might be able to come up with some lyrics. Palmer “writes John off” in her letter (invitation) but writes Simmie and expresses her interest in him and says they can meet if he doesn’t have a date. Instead of sitting with her roommates at lunch, Palmer sits with Germaine. Lisa and Shannon get letters that say Rob and Mars will be at the winter festival. Amy doesn’t. Lisa and Shannon encourage Amy to write Simmie again, while Palmer writes him another letter as well (using all his favorites in the questionnaire as hers to entice him). Weirdly Palmer tells Simmie she’ll be wearing a yellow ski suit and Germaine orders the same suit (I think we all know where this is going). Germaine is trying to get a boyfriend 4. Oh, and John leaves a message through Mars that he needs to talk to Shannon and sets a date. Things take a bad turn. Brenda says she doesn’t have anyone to play at the show and says Amy will, but Amy refuses. Lisa then comes in upset because she took an idea from Rob using an article and writing that the experience was her own and she’s upset and knocks over the tea kettle Shannon’s mother gave her (which makes her run in the bathroom and cry). Then Mrs. Grayson calls Lisa to her room. Lisa say she didn’t copy the article she just put herself in the place of the other. Mr. Griffith gives her a chance to write it over, but Lisa writes an angry letter to Rob putting the blame on him. Palmer is finally getting along with the rest of her suitemates having fun in the snow but gets called away by Germaine. Palmer then says she doesn’t want to be a Fox anymore. Lisa and Shannon makeup and Lisa offers to make her another teapot. Amy offers Palmer a chance to room with Germaine, but she turns it down. Palmer is relieved to hear that she doesn’t love Simmie and offers John to Amy (to email)when she shows her one of his letters and she sees that he’s also written about Cabin Fever. So Amy does to ask if she can use some of his lines for her song. Lisa and Amy both get angry letters. John says she can use the lyrics but Simmie says he doesn’t appreciate Amy saying she was his girl and he’ll be spending time with someone else. Rob of course is pissed off at Lisa. Lisa and Shannon find out from John on an online chat that only Mars is coming to the festival and that Simmie is in love with a Alma girl he’s been writing too. They tell John they don’t know who Palmer’s mystery guy is. Lisa and Shannon connect the dots and confront Palmer. They make her tell Amy and she storms off. Palmer tries to apologize for stealing Simmie and Amy tells her it’s not about that and if she wanted to switch she should have asked. Angrily she tries to skate away, and when Palmer goes over her she slips and twists her ankle. Amy helps her back to the dorm. At the festival, Shannon’s date goes well and she and Mars ski and then he goes with her to cover some of the events. Rob changes his mind and comes. He and Lisa makeup and work on the Abominable Snow person they talked about before. Amy wins sixth in a race and a boy congratulates her. It turns out to be John and they go tobogganing. Afterward, Simiie wins one of the races and a girl comes up to him in a yellow ski suit. But Palmer has stayed in. It’s Germaine. So it all works out Simmie escorts Palmer to Talent Night, after Amy tells him about Germaine. Amy and John’s song is a success. Amy isn’t mad at Palmer anymore and they all now have Pen Pals they like and will keep writing to in the new year. Oh, and they find out Kate is in a relationship with Lisa’s brother (Reggine). My Thoughts: There is NOTHING hot or attractive about wearing a yellow ski suit. None of them are all that flattering. Germaine Richards reminded me of the lyrics of a song that go “See somebody standing in your own backyard. Somebody’s trying to steal your man. Don’t you be a fool and let em get that far. So stop em while you can. They got a master plan.” It was by a singer named Pebbles. I kinda caught on to her game when she suggested they both get the same suit but I wondered how she was gonna keep Palmer away to take her place. If really wanted Germaine to pop out of nowhere on the rink and “accidentally” make Palmer slip on her stakes. I kinda also wanted Simmie to go off with Germaine to prove to Palmer something very important. Guys that can be swayed *that* easily really aren’t all that loyal or faithful. I don’t remember how Palmer and Simmie break up but I do know that later she’s into a redhead drummer named Sam O Leary. Also, it looks like she does this exact same thing to a new suite-mate named Max down the line. It was interesting to see the introduction of online chat which by this point was a new concept. Now it’s just commonplace. The whole Winter Festival didn’t sound appealing to me because I hate the cold and the only thing that sounded interesting was tobogganing. There really should have been some indoor stuff going on for the *non* athletic. Oh and Mars pagan. He seemed to really know about the Winter Solstice which isn’t a normal discussion between teenagers. Rating: 7 I really liked the cover of Too Cute For Words. It’s the reason I got the book but later found out a lot of these are on Open Library.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kylie Abecca

    Palmer seriously does my head in. Without her these books would have been alright, but her arrogant, disrespectful character ruins it. I get that it creates a form of animosity but it isn’t necessary to have her as one of the foxes.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    I loved this series when I was young - can't remember the age that I was - perhaps 10-13. I just know I loved these books! I loved this series when I was young - can't remember the age that I was - perhaps 10-13. I just know I loved these books!

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