l8r, g8r: Internet Girls

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Harry N. Abrams, Feb 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 296 pages
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The third book in theNew York TimesandPublishers WeeklybestsellingInternet Girlsseries.

Through their instant messages, the “winsome threesome”—Angela, Zoe, and Maddie—have battled the ups and downs of high school. Now they’re seniors, ready to rule the school. Unfortunately, they also have to deal with queen bee Jana, who has it out for good girl Zoe. Not that Zoe, who’s deep in love with Doug, seems to notice. So it’s up to Angela and Maddie to defend their friend, engaging in a series of pranks that escalates at a senior prom that no one will forget, even if they want to!

The Internet Girls’ high school misadventures culminate in the third addition to Lauren Myracle’s wildly popular series, now joiningttylandttfnin paperback.

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User Review  - victorious45 - Borders

I think for a ending to a series, this book was awesome. It's really relatable with all the stress of picking the college for you, leaving your friends, and all that jazz. Read full review

The perfect BFFL novel.

User Review  - nanopanda - Borders

True, there're some diolouge that aren't sitable for children, but high school girls can relate (maybe some 8th graders) t he bond these three girlssa in their last year together. Thisbook proves that any friendship can withstand anything. Read full review

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Lauren Myracle is the author of many popular novels for middle-grade and young-adult readers, including the darkly comic Rhymes with Witches, which Booklist said will put "creep-meters into overload.” She holds an MFA in writing for children and young adults from Vermont College. Lauren lives with her family in Fort Collins, Colorado. Visit her Web site at www.laurenmyracle.com.







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