I was a Non-blonde Cheerleader

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 246 pages
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New Jersey transplant and sassy brunette Annisa Gobrowski has a problem-literally everyone at her Florida high school is blonde. No lack of golden highlights is going to stop Annisa from making the cheerleading squad. But after accidentally breaking the most popular girl in school's nose, and discovering the cheerleaders all hate her, she starts having second thoughts. Is it too much to ask to land a spot on the team, win the heart of her dreamy crush and make tons of new friends?
Annisa is on the verge of giving up, but the cheerleader in her just won't let her quit. She may be a little different, but Sand Dune High had better watch out-this non-blonde is here to stay in this hilariously funny new novel.

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User Review  - CAMMD - LibraryThing

It's better than I had hoped. I was afraid there for a chapter or two this was going to be a "mean girls" book, instead it was a story about girls who are not perfect. Not perfectly good or bad, just normal. Can't wait to read the next one. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The excellent writing in this new offering from Scott, who wrote The V Club (2004) as Kate Brian, belies its silly title. Sophomore Annisa Gobrowski has moved from New Jersey to Florida, and ... Read full review


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Kieran Scott is the winner of Best Food Photographer in the 2000 Perigueux World Cookbook Awards.

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