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Boys Dont Knit (in Public) (in Public) (Boys Dont Knit, #1) Ben Fletcher must get to grips with his feminine side following an unfortunate incident with a lollipop lady and a stolen bottle of Martini Rosso from Waitrose All a big misunderstanding of course To avoid the Young Offenders unit, Ben is ordered to give something back to the community and develop his sense of social alignment Take up a hobby and keep on the straight and narrow The hot teacher he likes runs a knitting group so Ben, reluctantly at first, gets stuck in Not easy when your dad is a sports fan and thinks Jeremy Clarkson is God To his surprise, Ben finds that he likes knitting and that he has a mean competitive streak If he can just keep it all a secret from his matesand notice that the girl of his dreams, girl next door Megan Hooper has a bit of a thing for him Best Read Kindle ePUB Boys Dont Knit (in Public) (in Public) (Boys Dont Knit, #1) Author T.S. Easton – groundhogwalking.co.uk

    10 thoughts on “New Download eBook Boys Dont Knit (in Public) (in Public) (Boys Dont Knit, #1)author T.S. Easton – groundhogwalking.co.uk

  1. Very light maybe a little too light and quite funny, in a Georgia Nicholson way.

  2. This book was a complete delight I loved being inside Ben s head Ben doesn t always understand his messy family or feel like he fits, he s not sure how he feels about his friends they keep getting him into trouble and he doesn t know how to talk to girls he likes When Ben gets put on probation for a situation that involves poor judgement, liquor stealing, and hitting a crossing guard with a bicycle, all largely the fault of his idiotic friends, Ben ends up taking a knitting class Of cour This book was a complete delight I loved being inside Ben s head Ben doesn t always understand his messy family or feel like he fits, he s not sure how he feels about his friends they keep getting him into trouble and he doesn t know how to talk to girls he likes When Ben gets put on probation for a situation that involves poor judgement, liquor stealing, and hitting a crossing guard with a bicycle, all largely the fault of his idiotic friends, Ben ends up taking a knitting class Of course, Ben doesn t want anyone to know about it even though he s a natural, and that leads to much hilarity and inner turmoil Ben s a little awkward, quite clueless at times though he can also be very perceptive , and he doesn t feel like he fits with his friends or at home Ben doesn t like sports or cars or the other manly things his dad prefers, or his friends wild schemes, which always end in disaster Ben likes organizing things and school and no...

  3. 5 StarsI m always on the lookout for books with well done male POV Boys Don t Knit is such a little gem, and I wish it gotattention.Ben Fletcher is your average teenage boy Well, maybe not so average, but, hey, we all have our quirks Call me Mr Template Otherwise known as Ben Fletcher My friends sometimes call me Bellend Ben which I m not so keen on I am small and thin with black hair and brown eyes I don t like sports, though my mum thinks I like football I don t like cars, though 5 StarsI m always on the lookout for books with well done male POV Boys Don t Knit is such a little gem, and I wish it gotattention.Ben Fletcher is your average teenage boy Well, maybe not so average, but, hey, we all have our quirk...

  4. I love this book so much In my head this was John Oliver s voice narrating his memoirs I love it evenbecause I m such a bad knitter and can appreciate that some people can BE REALLY GOOD AT IT It s just not going to be me What I DIDN T LOVE is the back and forth between UK American vernacular, which I notice happens in Australian released novels as well I m pretty sure the editors change U.K specific words and make itAmericanized because I went to this workshop about it hosted I love this book so much In my head this was John Oliver s voice narrating his memoirs I love it evenbecause I m such a bad knitter and can appreciate that some people can BE REALLY GOOD AT IT It s just not going to be me What I DIDN T LOVE is the back and forth between UK American vernacular, which I notice happens in Australian released novels as well I m pretty sure the editors change U.K specific words and make itAmericanized because I went to this workshop about it hosted by an amazing Australian librarian STOP DOING THAT Anyway, I kept having to check the back of the cover and confirm that this was indeed written by a British author It just was jarring and I couldn t figure out if Easton was doing this on purpose to relate, or if certain words were being changed It s really minor and I m sure most readers won t care I m jus...

  5. First of all, my library holds this in Juvenile Fiction I will be having a chat with the librarian when I return this book I am relieved I didn t let my 6 year old read this The very first page talks about the parents using food based double entendres with each other While my son doesn t know the term yet, he knows that wieners and buns can also be names for certain body parts And as an adult reading them, it got old really fast The main character gets in trouble for stealing alcohol to sn First of all, my library holds this in Juvenile Fiction I will be having a chat with the librarian when I return this book I am relieved I didn t let my 6 year old read this The very first page talks about the parents using food based double entendres with each other While my son doesn t know the term yet, he knows that wieners and buns can also be names for certain body parts And as an adult reading them, it got old really fast The main character gets in trouble for stealing alcohol to sneak into a party And there is lots of talk about making out and having sex, and a bit if foul language It isn t until halfway through the book that you learn the main character is 17, so thinking that you have may...

  6. Boys Don t Knit was the second book I read in June for aryaclub, a young adult book club Tom Easton read from Boy s Don t Knit back in March at the Drink Shop Do Speakeasy I rarely find books that are laugh out out funny, but Tom s reading was so hilarious that it made everyone on my table want to read the book evenso we did.After Ben Fletcher gets into a kerfuffle with a lollipop lady, which isn t really his fault at all, ...

  7. This was a funny, quirky story about seventeen year old Ben Fletcher who could win an Academy Award for worrying Ben is fussy and funny and marches to the beat of his own drummer After an bicycle accident involving a crossing guard and a Porsche Cayenne Ben finds himself on probation He needs to keep a diary which we are privileged to read He also has to find an extra curricular activity to keep him out of trouble Rather than taking the auto mechanics class taught by his dad, he signs up fo This was a funny, quirky story about seventeen year old Ben Fletcher who could win an Academy Award for worrying Ben is fussy and funny and marches to the beat of his own drummer After an bicycle accident involving a crossing guard and a Porsche Cayenne Ben finds himself on probation He needs to keep a diary which we are privileged to read He also has to find an extra curricular activity to keep him out of trouble Rather than ...

  8. Funny, irreverent lad lit about a British teenager who joins a knitting class as a condition of his probation While it lagged a bit in the middle for me and then ending was predictable, it had its laugh out loud moments.Recommended for fans of Nick Hornby, the In...

  9. You can see this full review andat Book Briefs I can t even accurately convey how much I enjoyed Boys Don t Knit In Public This book is kind of my new obsession It has everything It s funny, it s heartwarming, it has an awesome male protagonist I can t say enough good things about this book Other than, I think everyone needs to read it Ben is a high school student in the UK and he has a pretty typical group of friends They always seem to be getting into You can see this full review andat Book Briefs I can t even accurately convey how much I enjoyed Boys Don t Knit In Public This book is kind of my new obsession It has everything It s funny, it s heartwarming, it has an awesome male protagonist I can t say enough good things about this book Other than, I think everyone needs to read it Ben is a high school student in the UK and he has a pretty typical group of friends They always seem to be getting into very minor teen trouble, but what s funny is that is so not Ben He is kind of the opposite of all his friends in that regard, but he goes along with them anyway And of course, he is the one that gets caught red handed So off to probation he goes, where is gets a give something back community service punishment and he has to take a local class With slim pickings available he chooses knitting, thinking...

  10. This was actually really funny if somewhat unrealistic near the end Full review to come FULL REVIEW Let s just lay it all out on the line I know absolutely NOTHING about knitting I have a couple friends who know how, and I ve always thought it would be cool to learn, but I know nothing about it Also, I don t read a lot of YA books with male protagonists Mainly because I feel like a lot of the ones I ve picked up have protags that are either complete assholes or so unrealistic that they m This was actually really funny if somewhat unrealistic near the end Full review to come FUL...