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Fatty Patty Small Towns, Long Memories Everyone In The Exclusive Summer Resort Of James Bay, Michigan Remembers FATTY PATTY, The Chubby Little Girl With The Round Face And Wild Red Curls All Grown Up Now, Patty Perreault Teaches At The Same Elementary School Where The Painful Playground Memories Still Taunt Her She Hasn T Forgotten The Cruel Nickname Plus She Still Hasn T Lost Those Extra Pounds Convinced Her Weight Is The Biggest Reason Why She S A Four Time Loser In The Semi Finals For Teacher Of The Year, Patty Resolves To Make Some Changes In Her Body And Her Life.Sam Curtis, An Overweight Accountant She Meets At The Community Pool, Swims Into Patty S Life With Romance On His Mind But As Their Friendship Grows, Patty Finds It Hard To See Beyond His Extra Pounds She S Torn As Sam Refuses To Deal With His Own Overweight Issues Her Heart Tells Her One Thing, But Her Eyes See Another She S Not Interested In An Overweight Boyfriend When It Comes To Winning The Grand Prize In Life And Love, Patty Has Some Hard Lessons To Learn Will She Be Able To Confront Her Fears About The Kind Of Woman She Yearns To Be Will She Be Able To Put Down The Fork And Give Her Heart A Try

10 thoughts on “Fatty Patty


  1. says:

    Kathleen Irene Paterka is on tour with Fatty Patty and CLP Blog Tours This is the first in a series of books that will take place in James Bay, Michigan, and the story follows Patty Perreault, an elementary school teacher who has battled with her weight her whole life To make matters worse, her twin sister has always been slim, only making Patty s battle with the bulge that much worse But Patty is determined to slim down, and hope that her body makeover will give her a better chance at winnin Kathleen Irene Paterka is on tour with Fatty Patty and CLP Blog Tours This is the first in a series of books that will take place in James Bay, Michigan, and the story follows Patty Perreault, an elementary school teacher who has battled with her weight her whole life To make matters worse, her twin sister has always been slim, only making Patty s battle with the bulge that much worse But Patty is determined to slim down, and hope that her body makeover will give her a better chance at winning the Teacher of the Year award at her school While attempting to swim laps at a local pool, she meets Sam Curtis, an accountant who also happens to be a few pounds too heavy While a romance appears to be blooming, Patty holds back because Sam is overweight She knows she is overweight but is trying to do something about it work out, eat better minus those binge eating moments but she feel...


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    Fatty Patty was surely a fun and addictive read Patty has dealt with being overweight her whole life, and with having a twin sister who is slim and beautiful has always kept her in the shadows, but things start to heat up when Patty starts getting attention from two seperate men Sam who s quickly becoming her best friend, and Nick who normally would have never paid her any mind, is now showing her a ton of attention.This was a quick ...


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    The outward appearance is not what s important it s the inner beauty that counts when it comes to achieving self acceptance and finding love and happiness in your life This is one woman s journey of self discovery to overcome her weight issues through self acceptance, while receiving some hard life lessons along the way.Patty Perreault is a fifth grade elementary school teacher from James Bay, Michigan, who has dealt with the daily struggles of being overweight since childhood She now teac The outward appearance is not what s important it s the inner beauty that counts when it comes to achieving self acceptance and finding love and happiness in your life This is one woman s journey of self discovery to overcome her weight issues through self acceptance, while receiving some har...


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    My ReviewThis book is the story of fifth grade teacher, Patty She s not happy with where she s at in her life and thinks that if she gains control of her weight issues that everything else will quietly fall into place in her world There are a lot of underlying issues in this book bullying, shallowness, family, romance, and love But at the heart of all of it, lies Patty s own issues with herself She doesn t like herself much and that is what is truly hurting all those aspects of her life tha My ReviewThis book is the story of fifth grade teacher, Patty She s not happy with where she s at in her life and thinks that if she gains control of her weight issues that everything else will quietly fall into place in her world There are a lot of underlying issues in this book bullying, shallowness, family, romance...


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    3.5 starsThis is the first novel in the James Bay series, books set in a small town in Michigan Fatty Patty revolves around fifth grade teacher Patty, who has grown up in the small town, a community where she will always be recognised as a chubby, red headed little girl and where even now, she is still desperate to lose 30 pounds Patty feels that her weight is what has presented her from winning a prestigious Teacher of the Year award, not to mention put the blinkers on any potential roman 3.5 starsThis is the first novel in the James Bay series, books set in a small town in Michigan Fatty Patty revolves around fifth...


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    Well liked, beloved friend, sister and fifth grade teacher, Patty Perreault is up for Teacher of the Year While her kids mean everything to her and she loves her job with the exception of a certain few kids in her class , she s set on losing weight because she s worried they won t pick her for Teacher of the Year because of her weight She ...


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    I think most people can find some common ground in the idea of the struggle to be happy with yourself It s a very common issue We re constantly comparing ourselves to other people and it s easy to become sort of trapped in that idea In Fatty Patty, Patty is most definitely lost in that trap She struggles with her weight and is convinced that if she fixes that issue with herself, she will fix the rest of her life.Not so fastEven at the end of the book, Patty is still struggling with hers I think most people can find some common ground in the id...


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    4.5 starsPatty is a school teacher who has always struggled with her weight and she is convinced that the reason she is passed over for teacher of the year every year is because she doesn t look the part She is determined to lose the weight and win the award this year with the help of her twin sister, the gorgeous and thin yet delicate Priscilla When she meets Sam at the county pool, he takes an immediate interest in her but Sam is a big man and so despite how wonderful he is and how irr 4.5 starsPatty is a school teacher who has always struggled with her weight and she is convinced that the reason she is passed over for teacher of the year every year is because she doesn t look the part She is determined to lose the weight and win the award this year with the help of her twin sister, the gorgeous and thin yet delicate Priscilla When she meets Sam at the county pool, he takes an immediate interest in her but Sam is a big man and so despite how wonderful he is and how irresistible his moustache is, Patty refuses to entertain the idea of being romantically involved with him Especially with Nick, the gorgeous new fifth grade teacher, taking an interest in her Patty has it all figured out Brand ne...


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    I wanted to love this book When I read the synopsis, I thought Patty would be a bitlike Molly from Mike and Molly, but alas she is not She s really not all that likable In fact for the most part, she s a character much like the ones that picked on her as a child for being overweight.Patty should have inspired sympathy, but in the long run, she made you angry with her, plus her weight issues took control of so much of the story including the happily ever after That was another bone of c I wanted to love this book When I read the synopsis, I thought Patty would be a bitlike Molly from Mike and Molly, but alas she is not She s really not all that likable In fact for the most part, she s a character much like the ones that picked on her as a child for being overweight.Patty should have inspired sympathy, but in the long run, she made you angry with her, plus her weight issues took control of so much of the story including the happily ever after That was another bone of contention I had with the book and all books that have an overweight heroine who is dieting to lose weight.Weight loss happy.That is not the case, though the author did make the case for when you are happy with yourself it makes it easier to lose the weight, but that message didn t really make it until the last pages of the book, after learning some pretty hard lessons about one of the people in her life.Overall, I loved Sam He was a good guy who really cared about her...


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    This is the second book I ve read by Ms Paterka and will continue to read this series I seldom write reviews but felt compelled to do so for this book.Just a few pages into this book, I found myself disliking Patty and it didn t change the further into the book In fact, my dislike becameso and I found her whole attitude cringe worthy I ve read a lot of books in my life and can honestly say I don t recall ever disliking a character the way I felt about Patty All her talk about Amy bein This is the second book I ve read by Ms Paterka and will continue to read this series I seldom write reviews but felt compelled to do so for this book.Just a few pages into this book, I found myself disliking Patty and it didn t change the further into the book In fact, my dislike becameso and I found her whole attitude cringe worthy I ve read a lot of books in my life and can honestly say I don t recall ever disliking a character the way I felt about Patty All her talk about Amy being a mean girl seemed very pot calling the kettle I couldn t help but think that her and Nick were very suited for each other, her and Amy should become friends and Sam Priscilla should just wash their hands of this horrible woman I wondered if I was the only one who felt that way while reading it Half way through the book, I stopped...

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