Chicks with Sticks: (KnitWise)

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Dutton Children's Books, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 260 pages
17 Reviews
For Scottie, Amanda, Bella, and Tay, life in Chicago is all about seeking shelter. They¬'ve found it in the raggedy comfort of KnitWit, in their firelit stitch ¬'n bitch at Joe¬'s, in the halls of their quirky private school, even in the arms of boyfriends.

But now the girls are staring down the end of high school. Fueled by the stresses of college applications and service projects, will it also mean the end of the Chicks? Or can this unlikely foursome bind off the happy ending that only true friendship can craft?

The Chicks return, along with four hip new projects.

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User Review  - satyridae - LibraryThing

I wanted to like this mostly because I wanted to have a knitting book about which to rave to my friends who knit. This one is cute but somewhat lacking in substance. The characters are engaging though the plotting is predictable. Fun for a beach read, if you are a knitter & a YA fan. Read full review

Review: Knitwise (Chicks with Sticks #3)

User Review  - Michele Martin - Goodreads

I loved the series, but this last book felt like the author got tired and just cut off the second half of their senior year and summed it all up at the end. I got my answers, but abruptly. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Elizabeth Lenhard lives with her family in Atlanta, Georgia.

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