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How to Be Popular, a Novel
by Cabot, Meg
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Harpertempest, New York, New York, 2006, First Printing. Fine/Fine. Octavo, hardcover, fine in fine red and gold dj. Stephanie Landry does. Steph's been the least popular girl in her class since a certain cherry Super Big Gulp catastrophe five years earlier. Does being popular matter? It matters very much--to Steph. That's why this year, she has a plan to get in with the It Crowd in no time flat. She's got a secret weapon: an old book called--what else? --How to Be Popular. What does it take to be popular? All Steph has to do is follow the instructions in The Book, and soon she'll be partying with the It Crowd (including school quarterback Mark Finley) instead of sitting on The Hill Saturday nights, stargazing with her nerdy best pal Becca, and even nerdier Jason (now kind of hot, but still), whose passion for astronomy Steph once shared. Who needs red dwarves when you're invited to the hottest parties in town? But don't forget the most important thing about popularity! It's easy to become popular. What isn't so easy? Staying that way.
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- How to Be Popular, a Novel
- Cabot, Meg
- Book condition
- Used - Fine
- Jacket condition
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Harpertempest, New York, New York, 2006, First Printing
- Place of Publication
- Scarborough, On, Canada
- This edition first published
- July 25, 2006
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