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Carrie Pilby (Harlequin Teen)

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Teen Genius (and Hermit) Carrie Pilby's To-Do List:

1. List 10 things you love (and DO THEM!)

2. Join a club (and TALK TO PEOPLE!)

3. Go on a date (with someone you actually LIKE!)

4. Tell someone you care (your therapist DOESN'T COUNT!)

5. Celebrate New Year's (with OTHER PEOPLE!)

Seriously? Carrie would rather stay in bed than deal with the immoral, sex-obsessed hypocrites who seem to overrun her hometown, New York City. She's sick of trying to be like everybody else. She isn't! But when her own therapist gives her a five-point plan to change her social-outcast status, Carrie takes a hard look at herself—and agrees to try.

Suddenly the world doesn't seem so bad. But is prodigy Carrie really going to dumb things down just to fit in?

Synopsis:

Carrie Philby doesn't belong. She can be a little off-putting. After her therapist gives her the challenge of listing five things she must do before New Year's to at least try and fit in with the world at large, things get hard.

Synopsis:

Teen Genius (and Hermit) Carrie Pilby's To-Do List:

1. List 10 things you love (and DO THEM!)

2. Join a club (and TALK TO PEOPLE!)

3. Go on a date (with someone you actually LIKE!)

4. Tell someone you care (your therapist DOESN'T COUNT!)

5. Celebrate New Year's (with OTHER PEOPLE!)

Seriously? Carrie would rather stay in bed than deal with the immoral, sex-obsessed hypocrites who seem to overrun her hometown, New York City. She's sick of trying to be like everybody else. She isn't! But when her own therapist gives her a five-point plan to change her social-outcast status, Carrie takes a hard look at herself—and agrees to try.

Suddenly the world doesn't seem so bad. But is prodigy Carrie really going to dumb things down just to fit in?

Product Details

ISBN:
9780373210107
Publisher:
Harlequin Teen
Subject:
General
Author:
Lissner, Caren
Subject:
General Juvenile Fiction
Subject:
New york (n.y.)
Subject:
Teenage girls
Subject:
Children s-General
Subject:
Chick lit
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paperback
Series:
Harlequin Teen
Publication Date:
20100622
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
Young adult
Language:
English
Pages:
336
Dimensions:
7.98x5.16x.88 in. .52 lbs.
Age Level:
13-17

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Product details 336 pages Harlequin - English 9780373210107 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Carrie Philby doesn't belong. She can be a little off-putting. After her therapist gives her the challenge of listing five things she must do before New Year's to at least try and fit in with the world at large, things get hard.
"Synopsis" by , Teen Genius (and Hermit) Carrie Pilby's To-Do List:

1. List 10 things you love (and DO THEM!)

2. Join a club (and TALK TO PEOPLE!)

3. Go on a date (with someone you actually LIKE!)

4. Tell someone you care (your therapist DOESN'T COUNT!)

5. Celebrate New Year's (with OTHER PEOPLE!)

Seriously? Carrie would rather stay in bed than deal with the immoral, sex-obsessed hypocrites who seem to overrun her hometown, New York City. She's sick of trying to be like everybody else. She isn't! But when her own therapist gives her a five-point plan to change her social-outcast status, Carrie takes a hard look at herself—and agrees to try.

Suddenly the world doesn't seem so bad. But is prodigy Carrie really going to dumb things down just to fit in?

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