Fifteen: No more Little Miss Perfect
Grosset & Dunlap in association with Nickolodeon Books, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 105 pages
In the first of a new series based on Nickelodeon's high-school soap opera, Ashley tries to change her image but learns the hard way to accept herself for who she is. Original.
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