This is BREATHING. It is by Cheryl Renee Herbsman. One of my friends got really excited over Cheryl’s last name, because he said he’s never. Savannah would be happy spending the summer working at the library and reading. But then she meets Jackson, who Savannah’s convinced is the one. At first. and her wonderful debut BREATHING should have made a stop here months back. Cheryl Renée Herbsman lives in Northern California with.
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When Savannah collapses after an asthma attack, Jackson stays by her side the whole time she is in the hospital.
If it was an option I would have given this book 3. So, I only liked the ending, but I think it hints at an even better ending for Savannah and Jackson. Until everything changes, she meets Cherryl a cute boy who is staying with relatives for the summer.
breathing by cheryl herbsman
Nov 12, Laura rated it it was ok. And whilst Breathing does seem to promote this forever kind of love between people incredibly young, it is also encouraging behaviour that will lead both Savannah brexthing Jackson to be independent people who don’t give up on their dreams or each other. The characters that the author created were real and fun as well as relatable.
A Great Summer Read! I recommend this book especially But when he’s called away to help his family – and seems uncertain about returning – Savannah has to learn to breathe on her own, both literally and figuratively.
Immature conversations, thoughts and everything you can imagine. Stay in Touch Sign up. Fans of Sarah Dessen will enjoy this sweet Southern novel full of charm and wit by this debut author.
The Case of the Missing Marquess. She splits her time between reading trashy romance novels in the summer, looking out for Breathing is a story that can cherjl you smile and break your heart all in the same moment.
Each of the characters and relationships are well written with details and history that play out effortlessly. All in all, a pretty good and surprising read. With him hours away Savannah has to learn that she doesn’t need a man in her life to help her breathe, maybe just maybe she can learn to breathe all by herself.
This book felt like an absolute breath of fresh air with its young love and its Southerness. Great review and ahhh lucky!
Will Savannah finally learn to breathe on her own? There were hints and clues in some areas but I really had to look through the book, read between the lines, to really get that he was uncertain.
The symbolism, the imagery, the theme- call it whatever you want to, I just liked it. I recommend this book for middle school and beyond for anyone who loves an old fashioned romance story.
Cheryl totally turned it around though, showing how Savannah learning to “breathe” on her own was more of a metaphor for her independence and growth. Read on for more about Brock and his book, an interview, an excerpt, plus an giveaway!
In one chapter the mom and daughter have a fight Mom goes out and gets drunk brings man home, Mom realizes her mistake upon entering house, and daughter helps her get him to leave. Breathing by Cheryl Renee Herbsman Rating: True, I didnt understand every word they were saying since its a different dialect and everything.
Sex is talked about briefly but not in detail and the couple decides to wait till they are ready. Open Preview See a Problem?
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Loved the plot, the characters and especially that cute sounding Southern accent! When I read the summary, I thought Savannah’s needing to “learn how to breathe” on her own was simply an over-dramatization and purely figurative yes, I know it says literally and figuratively, but I clearly didn’t read the summary too closely.
That and the beautiful cover which somehow only makes me feel even more disappointed because I was really hoping for a better book. Give The Dark My Love.
Breathing by Cheryl Renee Herbsman
And gosh, it is written in southern english. And their relationship was, sad to same, was childish. The Southern drawl was adorable within itself but felt a little much at times. Hes the one who holds her down and keeps her aground. A hard-working loving Southern teen who loves to read and can’t wait to get out of her small town.