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Boys, Girls, and Other Hazardous Materialsby Rosalind Wiseman
Charlie hung with some pretty mean girls in middle school. When she gets a chance to go to a different high school than her "friends," she jumps at it. A new, better life? If only it was that easy. When Charlie has the opportunity to work for the school paper, she finds one of her former clique's victims is on the paper, too. "You can't put this book down...or it will talk about you while you're out of the room." Tina Fey
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Looking for a new beginning after a terrible mean girl past, Charlie Healey realizes thereas no escaping high school drama.
Charlie Healey thinks Harmony Falls is the beginning of a whole new life. Middle school was brutal. But high school is Charlieas big chance to start over and stay out of drama, except that on her first day she runs into Will, her exabest friend, who had moved away. Now a varsity athlete and hotter than Charlie remembered, Will hangs with the crowd running the school. But Charlie doesnat understand their power until an innocent delivery guy falls victim to a near-deadly hazing prank.
Torn between doing whatas right and her secret feelings for Will, Charlie must decide whether to turn in her very best friend or live with the guilt of knowing what he did.
Rosalind Wisemanas first novel for young adults is a fresh, funny, and juicy read about friendship, betrayal, and how far some will go to be accepted.
A debut novel from the bestselling author of Queen Bees and Wannabes!
Charlie Healy just wants a drama-free year, but it doesn't seem like she's going to get it. After surviving a middle school packed with mean girls, Charlie is ready to leave all that behind in high school. But then, on her very first day, she runs into her former best friend, Will, who moved away years ago. Now he's back, he's HOT, and he's popular. And he takes Charlie back into the danger zone of the popular crowd. But when a hazing prank goes wrong, Charlie has to decide where her loyalties lie.
About the Author
Rosalind Wiseman is the New York Times bestselling author of Queen Bees and Wannabes, the book that inspired the movie Mean Girls. She lives in Washington, D.C.
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