Chloe Leiberman (Sometimes Wong)

Chloe Leiberman Sometimes Wong This is the deal with Chloe Leiberman sometimes Wong She lives breathes sleeps eats and drinks fashion She s half Jewish father and half Chinese mother She has one bow tie like Tucker Carlson weari

Leo Rosten Leo Calvin Rosten April , February , was an American humorist in the fields of scriptwriting, storywriting, journalism, and Yiddish lexicography.

  • Title: Chloe Leiberman (Sometimes Wong)
  • Author: Carrie Rosten
  • ISBN: 9780385732482
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the deal with Chloe Leiberman sometimes Wong She lives, breathes, sleeps, eats and drinks fashion She s half Jewish father and half Chinese mother She has one bow tie like Tucker Carlson wearing brother She s stuck in the OC She always knows the right thing to wear And what you should be wearing, too She is a senior in high school She didn tThis is the deal with Chloe Leiberman sometimes Wong She lives, breathes, sleeps, eats and drinks fashion She s half Jewish father and half Chinese mother She has one bow tie like Tucker Carlson wearing brother She s stuck in the OC She always knows the right thing to wear And what you should be wearing, too She is a senior in high school She didn t apply to college, even though her parents think she did She has two best friends Spring, 100% WASP, and Sue, 100% NOT She s talented but doesn t know it yet She dreams about going to design school in London.This is her application.From the Hardcover edition.

    One thought on “Chloe Leiberman (Sometimes Wong)”

    1. Chloe has a "fashion disorder." She hallucinates better, more stylish outfits for everyone she sees. She's so obsessed with fashion that she decides not to apply to college and find a way to make fashion her life. But how? Her Jewish-Chinese-Californian family doesn't understand her and so she doesn't get much support from them. She finally finds an eccentric contessa to be her mentor and starts to build a future. Funny, breezy, very light.

    2. I waffled a bit at whether it was a 2 or 3 star book. I went with 3, because for the most part I enjoyed reading it. I had some nagging questions throughout (such as, if this is supposed to be Chloe's application, why is it in third person?), but overall it was well written and interesting.

    3. I had to re-read it to understand it, but it pretty much taught me that ambitions are anchors to hold on to.

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