The Meanest Girl

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Macmillan, Jun 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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"I hand her a note. Her eyes widen. Chelsea lives for this stuff. She whispers, 'What will you wear?' What will I wear? It wasn't exectly my first thought! Like, first of all, who wrote it? Who's in love with me?"

Starting a new school year, buying her first bra, parents fighting, fathers leaving, mysterious love notes, and the new girl ruining her life -- Alyssa has a lot on her mind. With humor and charm, Debora Allie makes her debut in this story of love and friendship in the sixth grade.
 

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Well-written. Found Lyss a little whiny at first, but liked how the author brought up diff issues and showed we all can have problems and not know how to deal with them. Will have my 12-year-old read this one. Read full review

Contents

An Almost Perfect Life
1
Friends and Other Traitors
18
Mean Green Sales Queen
33
Chelsea Gardner President of the World
50
Pepperoni
65
The Mystery Man
84
Meatloaf
97
The Truth About Hayden
111
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About the author (2005)

Debora Allie, and her son, Jason, live in East Greenbush, New York. This is her first book.

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