Homecoming Queen

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Harper Collins, Aug 30, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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With six teenage girls living under one roof, things are bound to get interesting. Mix six teenaged girls and one ’60s fashion icon (retired, of course) in an old Victorian-era boarding home. Add guys and dating, a little high-school angst, and throw in a Kate Spade bag or two ... and you’ve got The Carter House Girls, Melody Carlson’s new chick lit series for young adults! The Carter House experiences a shake-up as one of its own returns home after an unnerving disappearing act. Then, friction grows as a school Homecoming Queen race heats up, turning friends and housemates against one another. DJ, Eliza, Taylor, Kriti, Rhiannon, and Casey show they have plenty of lessons to learn as the votes roll in. Some grow smarter and closer to God, while others seem to make the same mistakes over again. Despite all their differences and disagreements, the Carter House girls continue to grow together, forging a bond that strengthens through hardship. Hearts CAN change and friendship paves the way for at least one girl to move closer to God.
 

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Review: Homecoming Queen (Carter House Girls #3)

User Review  - Kelsey - Goodreads

I always have mixed feelings on Carlson books because of the writing, but I enjoyed Carter House Girls very much when I was thirteen. Read full review

Review: Homecoming Queen (Carter House Girls #3)

User Review  - Goodreads

Having not read the first two books, I was quite hesitant to read this at first. Apparently, it's an easy, fun, and light read and I found myself actually enjoying it. Read full review

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Melody Carlson has written more than 200 books for teens, women, and children. Before publishing, Melody traveled around the world, volunteered in teen ministry, taught preschool, raised two sons, and worked briefly in interior design and later in international adoption. "I think real-life experiences inspire the best fiction," she says. Her wide variety of books seems to prove this theory.

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