Synopses & Reviews
For Annabelle, starting middle school hasn?t been so bad. She's made an awesome group of friends, and it turns out that taming those wild boys is a lot like training a puppy But now Annabelle is about to encounter a whole new kind of headache: Taylor and the Three Terrors.There is no training manual for this clique of girls; they are too cool for school, and they definitely don?t like Annabelle and her friends. But sometimes Taylor acts super nice, and Annabelle feels torn. Is Taylor just being fake? Or has Annabelle accidentally fallen in with the wrong group of friends?Told with her signature sensitivity and humor, Leslie Margolis draws another purr-fect picture of middle school's most delicious dramas?and offers great insights on how to survive them
In GIRLS ACTING CATTY, we return to Annabelle Stevens, who has mastered boy training and even taught her friends how to deal with boys. Better yet, Pepper is behaving and Annabelle is finally used to living with Dweeble. At least she is until her mom and Dweeble announce their engagement. The news throws Annabelle for a loop. Marriage seems so permanent, and suddenly her mom and Dweeble start bickering over wedding plans. Then Annabelle develops her first crush - on Jason, her soon-to-be stepbrother.
Things also get difficult at school, but this time it's because of some girls. The popular crowd has turned their attention on Annabelle and her friends, and their meanness is different from the boys - more insidious, involving gossip, exclusion, and general cattiness. The GIRLS are ACTING CATTY.
In this follow-up to "Boys Are Dogs," Annabelle Stevens has mastered boy training and even taught her friends how to deal with boys. Better yet, Pepper is behaving and Annabelle is finally used to living with Dweeble. At least she is until her mom and Dweeble announce their engagement.