Queen B

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Delacorte Press, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 361 pages
To B or to Bee? Cassie has been second best all her life, but as Snow Queen runner-up—with a cute new boyfriend, to boot—she’s determined to reach new social heights this semester. The time has come to move from Queen B to Queen Bee. But how is she supposed to fly when life keeps pinching her wings? Her lovesick brother is determined to mortify her in public. She’s in charge of her school’s talentless talent show, where at any moment someone could pull back the curtain and expose her (many) insecurities. The people she cares most about are mad at her. (Again.) And her nemesis, Sterling, has an evil new clone, one who’s making a hobby of humiliating Cassie—and making a beeline for Kevin. Does being popular mean you have to sting like a bee? Or can a girl become queen without losing her honey? Let the buzz begin! From the Hardcover edition.

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Cassie is bored of always being in second place. But she still runs into problems. Between her boyfriend,friends,family,school and the talent show she is swamped with more than she can handle. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Laura Peyton Roberts is the author of numerous books for young readers. She lives in San Diego, California.



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