about the book
Lara Jean never meant for the letters to see the light of day.
It’s too late now. All five letters have been mailed. Now all five boys she’s ever had a crush on have received a love letter that they were never meant to see.
Josh, her next door neighbor and sister’s ex, received one. So did Peter, a popular boy at school.
In order to convince Josh that she’s over her crush on him, Lara Jean pretends to date Peter. Peter agrees to make his ex-girlfriend jealous.
But what is real and what isn’t in her relationship with Peter?
about the author
Jenny Han (as in Han Solo) went to grad school soon after graduating from college. While there, she started writing her first book and submitted it for workshop. She got a call that night from her teacher, telling her to finish the book and to send it to the teacher’s agent. Since many publishers wanted her manuscript, it was sold at auction by her new agent.
So Jenny’s journey into publication was a bit of a whirlwind. Now she has many published books.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was inspired by her own life She would write love letters to boys when she was trying to get over them. They could get up fourteen pages long! It provided Jenny with a sense of closure, and thankfully, her letters were never mailed.
Her favorite time of day is 8 p.m. Her favorite article of clothing is knee socks. And if she could have any superpower, she would choose the power of charm.
Jenny grew up in Richmond, Virginia. She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Also by Jenny Han:
P.S. I Still Love You (Book 2). Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. April 2015.
Ashes to Ashes (Book 3). Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 2014.
Fire with Fire (Book 2). Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 2013.
Burn for Burn (Book 1). Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 2012.
We’ll Always Have Summer (Summer, Book 3). Simon & Schuster. 2011.
It’s Not Summer Without You (Summer, Book 2). Simon & Schuster. 2010.
The Summer I Turned Pretty (Summer, Book 1). Simon & Schuster. 2009.
Something to Blog About by Shana Norris
Libby Fawcett keeps a password protected blog to vent her feeling and frustrations. So when she accidentally sets fire to her hair in chemistry class in front of her crush, Seth, or when she finds out her mother is dating the father of her arch-nemesis, Angel, she is able to keep a level head. But Angel found her password and posted her entries all over the school. Will her friendships survive the aftermath? And does she even have a chance with Seth anymore?
P.S. I Still Love You (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Book 2) by Jenny Han
Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter. They were just pretending to be in a relationship, until they weren’t pretending anymore. Now a real couple, the two have to navigate a lot of questions they didn’t have to think about before—like how far is too far? And when a former crush reenters Lara Jean’s life, things become even more confusing. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?
This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith
Teenage movie star Graham Larkin hits “Send” on the wrong email address, accidentally sending small-town girl Ellie O’Neill an email about his pet pig. With Ellie’s response, the two teens strike up a correspondence that makes their summer a special one. But what will happen when they meet IRL (in real life)? Can an online inkling of love truly become the real thing?