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SparkNotes, 2004 - Study Aids - 192 pages
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Smart Novels are compelling, full-length novels with edgy and mature themes that will appeal to teens. Each book showcases more than 1,000 vocabulary words frequently included on the SAT. Brief definitions appear on the same page so that readers can quickly access and digest the meanings as they read along.

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User Review  - jacketscoversread - LibraryThing

In order to appease my mom, I read Busted by Emma Harrison. It’s an SAT vocabulary novel that is supposed to be “the painless way to learn SAT vocabulary.” As far as a novel goes, the story is a quick ... Read full review

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User Review  - xocshsweetieox - LibraryThing

I have been slaving over SAT vocabulary cards for months now. That's why when I found this book, I was estatic. Finally, I am able to read a good story and learn vocabulary words. This book is a story ... Read full review


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About the author (2004)

Emma Harrison has written several YA romances including "The Best Girl", "Tourist Trap", and "Snow Queens", as well as many TV and movie adaptations. When Emma is not writing, she loves to bake, work out, read, and watch way too much TV. She lives in New Jersey with her incredibly awesome husband and two perfectly adorable sons.

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