Mean Girl Makeover - Set of 3

Mean Girl Makeover - Set of 3
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    Author: Nancy Rue
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Thomas Nelson
    Series: Mean Girl Makeover
    Ages: 11 and up
    Size: 5¼ X 8¼
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    From best-sellling author and tween expert Nancy Rue comes a series of stories straight out of middle school hallways across the country. These stories are meant to raise awareness on the issue of bullying and help girls resist the pressure to be mean.

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    So Not Okay

    This is the story of Ginger Hollingberry, a new sixth grader at Gold Country Middle School. With greasy red hair, hand-me-down clothes, and a loud mouth, Ginger seems like she has a bullseye on her back for bullies like Kylie Steppe, who's had it out for Ginger since the first day of school. The student body of GCMS has just signed the Code, a strict anti-bullying pledge, except for one person—and, of course, it's Kylie. Since teachers and students are hyperaware of bullying thanks to the Code, Kylie and her gang of frenemies discover a new medium for taunts: social media. And now Ginger isn't safe from bullies anywhere.


    You Can't Sit with Us

    This story comes straight out of middle school hallways across the country. Tori Taylor is a quiet sixth grader at Gold Country Middle School in Grass Valley, California, and she knows to stay out of queen bee Kylie Steppe's way. When an awkward new student named Ginger becomes Kylie's new target for taunts, Tori is relieved it's not her. As Kylie continues to torment Ginger, Tori feels guilty and tries to be kind to the new girl. But soon, the bullying line of fire directed toward Ginger starts deflecting onto Tori.


    Sorry I'm Not Sorry

    Kylie Steppe has always been the queen bee. But when Kylie's mean girl ways get her expelled for bullying fellow students, Kylie is forced to attend mandatory counseling and volunteer at an arts summer camp for underprivileged kids. Determined to get back in school and, more importantly, back on the cheerleading squad, Kylie plans to fake her way through counseling. But when Kylie's posse turns on her and she finds herself the victim of a bullying campaign on Instagram, Kylie is forced to face why she's known as the queen of mean.