The Curse of PCA

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Scholastic, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 104 pages
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The TeeNick block, featuring Zoey 101, is must-watch, must-TIVO, must-discuss viewing for tweens.

Zoey Brooks and her friends Quinn and Lola are among the first girls to attend Pacific Coast Academy. The classes are tough, but getting the boys to accept them is even tougher! But there's lots of sunshine, good times and good friends to go around. And that's what it's all about, right? A brand new novel based on two episodes from the hit TV show.

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I luv Zoey 101 it is a really funny tv show.

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
8
Section 3
17
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

-->Sarah Hines Stephens first learned to cook in order to get out of doing the dishes, and she still prefers making messes to cleaning them. One of three creative sisters, Sarah hails from generations of do-it-yourselfers: quilters, artists, writers, and gardeners. When Sarah is not facilitating semiexplosive science experiments and kid-friendly crafts, she writes books for kids. She has written more than sixty books, some for kid-friendly brands such as Gymboree and Scholastic. She lives with her husband and two children in a home filled with glitter, fabric scraps, glue, and power tools in Oakland, California.

-->Bethany Mann is Sarah's sister and partner in creative mess-making. With a rallying cry of, ?Hey, we could totally make that ourselves!? she has fearlessly led her family and friends in numerous craft adventures. These days Bethany channels her artistic powers for good by using recycled materials and growing vegetables. Her projects have been featured in craft books for adults and on DIY TV. She lives with her husband, teenage son, and a menagerie of rescued pets in Santa Cruz, California. Read her blog at BitterBettyindustries.blogspot.com.

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