You may bring only what fits in your backpack. Don’t try to fake it with a purse or carry- on
You may not bring guidebooks, phrase books, or any kind of foreign language aid. And no journals.
You cannot bring extra money or credit/debit cards, traveler’s checks, etc. I’ll take care of all of that.
No electronic crutches. This means no laptop, no cell phone, no music, and no camera. You can’t call home or communicate with people in the U.S. by internet or telephone. Postcards and letters are acceptable and encouraged.
That’s all you need to know for now. See you at 4th and Noodle.
Ginny’s aunt has been gone for two years now. She gets these 13 little blue envelopes each one telling her to do something or go some place. Inside the first envelope is $1,000 and instructions to buy a plane ticket.
13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson was an amazing book! I know that if I was in Ginny’s place I probably would not be able to wait to open each one of the envelopes at the right time. But I do think it would be cool to go on an adventurer like Ginny did. Having no plan, just letters telling you your every step. This book has it all… It’s funny, sad, and it even has a little romance going on. Ginny is an amazing character that I can relate to a little bit. One of my favorite characters is Keith. Keith is a guy that Ginny meets. You will have to read the book to find out how and why, but he is my favorite because he is the complete opposite of Ginny but totally right for her!
I can’t wait until I get the sequel The Last Little Blue Envelope! I want to find out what happens with Ginny and Keith and what the last envelope says! 🙂 Keep an eye out for my review of the sequel because I will make sure to post it! 🙂