Camy Baker's how to be Popular in the Sixth Grade

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Bantam Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 135 pages
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Camy Baker is the charismatic 12-year-old who has attended several schools due to her family's moves. From these experiences, Camy definitely knows a thing or two or 30 about fitting in, wanting to be liked, and trying to be popular. And she really wants to share her knowledge with other kids. As Camy tells it, being popular isn't about putting others down and being a snob; being popular is about being yourself and being good to others. As she states in rule number two: Don't Follow Trends -- Set Them! And rule number 10: Be Independent. And number 21: Don't Be Jealous of Anybody! Camy Baker gives the reader the rules and explains them in detail, citing examples from her own life and the lives of the kids she met while attending school in Beverly Hills, California.

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