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Project (Un)Popular Book #1

Project (Un)Popular Book #1 by Kristen Tracy
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Jun 14, 2016 | 336 Pages
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Praise

“Middle grade readers will relate to the complexities of friendship showcased in this novel. Taking on everything from first boyfriends to the lure of popular older students, author Tracy successfully captures Perry’s struggle to weigh options and choose sides. Perry’s panicked phone calls to her older sister, her deleted and revised text messages, and her narration throughout reveal her character as a typical middle schooler – confident at times and completely uncertain at others. Despite her struggles, in the end, readers will be satisfied that Perry begins to find her way, and they will be eager to learn how she moves forward in the sequel. VERDICT: Fans of Tracy’s tween books will be excited to read the first installment in this new series.” —School Library Journal

Praise for the novels of Kristen Tracy:
 
“Will have readers laughing aloud.” —Booklist on Bessica Lefter Bites Back
 
★ “This book about friendship and loss kindly teaches that life is pretty much what one is willing to make of it.” —SLJ, Starred review, on Camille McPhee Fell Under the Bus
 
★ “Absolutely emotionally authentic. . . . Readers negotiating their own middle-school minefields or soaking up all the preparatory information they can find will breathlessly follow Bessica’s escapades.” —The Bulletin, Starred review, on The Reinvention of Bessica Lefter 
 
“Believable and drily funny . . . an empathetic and entertaining read.” —PW on Too Cool for This School
 
“High drama so compelling middle school readers won’t realize they’re being exposed to a lesson in ethics.” —Kirkus on Too Cool for This School
 
“Snappy, intelligent prose . . . an excellent title.” —The Bulletin on Too Cool for This School
 
“Kristen Tracy reminds us of our best and worst moments in middle school, handling both the triumphs and the mortifying moments with just the right mix of surprise and worry.” —readergirlz.com on Too Cool for This School

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