FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Maintaining a low profile in order to survive high school and avoid making enemies, Jane Smith receives unwanted attention when she publishes an article in the school newspaper that reveals some of the popular kids' secrets, a decision that involves wildly unexpected consequences. By the author of Awkward.
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Marni Bates is a freshman at Lewis & Clark College. She wrote her first novel, That's Debatable, between filling out college applications and is currently looking for an agent. She loves writing and hopes to do it professionally throughout her life. Marni was recommended for this series by the The Oregon Writing Project at Willamette University.
Jane Smith has an uncommonly skilled ability to blend in, which, unfortunately, is what she would most like to avoid. Her over-the-top teen problems include two best friends who have become superfamous (online and in real life), while she remains a lowly editor at the school newspaper. She gets a chance to be a star reporter, though, and is challenged with a page-one feature that will knock everyone for a loop. To pull it off, she has to get along with insufferable Scott, her assigned photographer. There’s plenty of friend and relationship drama here for readers who like their angst whipped into a positive froth, and Jane’s identity as dreary “Grammar Girl” offers plenty of introspection, too. A solid follow-up to Awkward (2012). Grades 8-11. --Erin Downey Howerton
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Description du livre Turtleback, 2013. Library Binding. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 0606329021
Description du livre Turtleback Books, 2013. Library Binding. État : Brand New. 288 pages. 8.20x5.30x1.00 inches. In Stock. N° de réf. du libraire 0606329021