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Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle
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Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle's Let It Snow
Hands down, I am a self confessed John Green addict and a massive nerd-fighter. As each of them are stories in their own right, I faced a challenge as to how to review them. Although saying that they were a challenge, the same can be said for Maureen Johnson's short story, The Jubilee Express. A girl called Jubilee has parents obsessed with something called the Flobie Santa Village I originally thought this was an actual thing in America, but it turns out it's something made just for this novel , so much so that her name comes from the Jubilee Hall in the village. Her parents are so obsessed that they are mistaken for mob at the department store. Jubilee is then sent on a train on Christmas Eve to Florida to stay with her grandparents because her big-shot neighbour lawyer Sam is unable to get them out of county jail. The train gets stuck in Gracetown, which becomes the backdrop for all the stories, and when they announce the train wouldn't be moving again until morning, Jubilee heads over to a Waffle House, and it's there she meets a whole host of people including Tinfoil Guy who is featured in Lauren's story as well , 14 cheerleaders and a Korean manager of the Waffle House, Keun.
By the sound of it, all three will make the cut in the film version. Snellin has actually been attached to helm the film since , back when the project was still at Universal. Netflix isn't the only streaming service working on a John Green-related project right now. That goes double for Let It Snow , which is relatively speaking a happier and cheerier bit of YA storytelling than previous films based on Green's writing. Of course, like everything Green works on, Let It Snow 's stories have their fair share of teenage heartbreak, so the movie version shouldn't be lacking for substance.
The following version of the novel was used to create this study guide: Green, John; Myracle, Lauren; Johnson, Maureen. Penguin Young Readers Group, Oct. Three interconnected love stories in the novel Let It Snow: Three Holiday Stories by Maureen Johnson, John Green and Lauren Myracle, combine a blizzard, cheerleaders, broken hearts and girl-crazy guys to result in unlikely Christmas miracles. The stories are set in Gracetown beginning Christmas Eve night. A bad snowstorm has hit the area changing the landscape and causing the train on which Jubilee, along with fourteen cheerleaders from Pennsylvania are riding. Fun, hair-raising adventures result.