violets are blue

Violets Are Blue by James Patterson

James Patterson

The description of a book, especially one that is created by a well-known author, is an important part of its success. The description should be interesting and relate to the main idea of the book.The first paragraph should be short and relevant for a reader. It should describe actionable and promising for the reader to complete the task on his or her own. The main idea should not be too complex and will draw in the reader’s interest.The second paragraph should highlight the main idea of the book by showing what readers can expect from it - actionable tips on how to use it successfully for their own needs. The secondary ideas must not get too complex because they could get lost in overcomplicated content if they get repeated in different parts of the text.

Book Download

Sign in so you can leave reviews


VIOLETS ARE BLUE is the first book in the Private series written by James Patterson. The book is about a girl named Violet who is trying to get out of her small town to find more exciting things. It's about her new adventure of finding herself in New York City. It's a captivating book that forces you to find out what happens next.As soon as I started reading VIOLETS ARE BLUE, I felt like I was taken on an adventure.
I love the way this author writes. it's so easy to read and he has a very interesting imagination.James Patterson
I love to read James Patterson's books. I like to read his books because he always has a nice twist at the end. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves books that are suspenseful and has a good ending.-Katelyn
I needed to write a literature review about Violets Are Blue and The Mouse And The Motorcycle books. I read Violets Are Blue with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. James Patterson is a wonderful writer.