eBook Beatrice Sparks ☆ Annie's Baby The Diary of Anonymous A Pregnant Teenager ☆

When Annie discovers she's pregnant by her boyfriend she's devastated She has never felt so alone With no one she can talk to she pours her heart out to her diary confiding her feelings of panic self doubt and the desperate hope that some day she can turn her life around She decides she wants to keep her baby and dreams of loving and caring for this little person But after the baby is born it's in her diary that she faces the agonizing uestion Can she really raise this child on her own?


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    I always find published diaries a little hard to swallow because I think it's rare that real diaries have the sort of story arc that these stories often adhere to About ten pages into this book something about it felt very off the diary entries didn't sound like diary entries and the teen author didn't sound like a teen The narrator's infatuation with a new boy in her class and her incredibly low opinion of herself was so over the top that you just knew this was going to be some sort of after school special cautionary tale That's when I remembered hearing rumors that Go Ask Alice also edited by Beatrice Sparks wasn't a real diary I did a bit of internet research and discovered that my gut instinct about Annie's Baby was right on it's not a real diary And there is nowhere nowhere in the book where it is catalogued as fictionAnd this pisses me off to no end that Dr Sparks thinks she can make up whatever drivel she wants and then sell it as a real teen's story It's like she knows that she doesn't have the credibility to tell this cautionary tale as an adult but she's not willing to publish the story of a REAL teen mother either Because a real live girl wouldn't tell it the way that Dr Sparks WANTS it to be toldAll in all this story reads like something straight of the the Abstinence only curriculum complete with the girl feeling dirty and ashamed for having sex being totally appalled by the thought of abortion and feeling complete disdain for mothers who are on welfare At the end of the book she gives her baby up for adoption after raising her for several months and realizing that she just can't cut it as a mom This is the part that struck me as LEAST believable since 97% of teen moms do keep their babies and I doubt many of the remaining 3% give children up for adoption without making that decision during their pregnancy But seeing as this isn't a real life story Dr Sparks thought that giving the baby up was the best option and since she was writing the damn thing herself why not tie it up with neat hospital corners?Boo for adults that lie to children