Zen and the Art of Faking It Description:

Zen and the Praise for Drums Girls and Dangerous Pie: A brave book . . . Jordan Sonnenblick carries it off with such charm and elan you forget for a moment your heart is breaking. –Frank McCourt author of Angelas Ashes * Sonnenblick shows that even in the midst of tragedy life goes on love can flower and the one thing you can always change is yourself. –Booklist starred review The reader falls in love with the brothers laughing and crying by turns and rooting for both of them until it almost hurts. –Kirkus Reviews Praise for After Ever After: * As hilarious as it is tragic and as honest as it is hopeful dont confuse this book with inspirational reading. Its irresistible reading. –Booklist starred review * Sonnenblicks intimate first-person tale of survival . . . will leave an emotional uplifting imprint. –School Library Journal starred review Jordan Sonnenblick continues Jeffreys story in his signature style using an authentic teenage voice and laugh-out-loud humor. –TeensReadToo.com Praise for Notes from the Midnight Driver: * [A] funny bittersweet tour de force. –Booklist starred review * Readers [will be] nodding with recognition sighing in sympathy and gasping with laughter–often on the same page. –The Horn Book starred review * Sonnenblick revisits several key themes from his debut novel Drums Girls and Dangerous Pie to even greater effect here. –Publishers Weekly starred review Praise for Zen and the Art of Faking It: * Wildly funny. — Kliatt starred review This light-hearted situation comedy is peppered with genuine Zen insight. –Bulletin of the Center for Childrens Books Hilarious and heart-wrenching. –Kirkus Reviews The writing is fresh the characters appealing and it looks like the author has another hit. –Oakland Tribune Zen and the Art of Faking It