I Am The Wallpaper

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Delacorte Press, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 228 pages
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Having always lived in the shadow of her fabulous older sister, thirteen-year-old Floey decides to reinvent herself after her sister gets married and moves away, but despite the success a new attitude and some hair dye makes, a major setback occurs when her cousin posts Floey's private diary on the internet and leaves her on her own to handle the disaster.

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User Review  - ewyatt - LibraryThing

Floey feels like she is part of the wallpaper most of the time. Her glamorous, vivacious older sister always seems to take most of the attention, even when Floey feels it is her turn to be in the ... Read full review

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Floey Packer is the invisible girl who dreads speaking in public. She wants to be the star and has a crush on Wen Gifford. But when her evil cousin Richard makes a website, embarassing Floey by putting her personal thoughts on the site, she becomes friends with her over-weight cousin Tish. This book can symbolize anyone who feels socially awkward at school. I ah-dored it! 

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About the author (2005)

Mark Peter Hughes was born in Liverpool, England, but grew up in the coastal town of Barrington, Rhode Island. He now lives in Wayland,
Massachusetts, with his wife, Karen, and their three small children, Evan, Lucia, and Zoe. He has written stories ever since he can remember.

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