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Nola wants nothing more than a summer on her own--and a job at an upscale Maine coast resort sounds ideal. Waitressing three meals a day, but lots of beach time in between, some freedom from her big-sister role to Song, who is undergoing chemo back home in Massachusetts, the chance to make some friends. Enter Carly, the perfect pal, full of jokes, ideas, energy—and experienced at being away from her mysterious family. But Carly is much more complicated than the usual summer buddy—a border-line personality who can turn on Nola in a flash, who can make “love” a rivalry, something that, even at a distance, Song becomes ensnared in. Here is a dramatic look at a girl/girl teen dynamic. To say nothing of boys. Jennifer Richard Jacobson, Books, The Complete History of Why I Hate Her Books, Atheneum/Richard Jackson Books

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Nola wants nothing more than a summer on her ownand a job at an upscale Maine coast resort sounds ideal. She'll have plenty of beach time between waitressing, some freedom from stresses back home, and the chance to make new friends. Enter Carly, the perfect pal: full of jokes, ideas, energyand experienced at being away from her mysterious family. But Carly turns out to be much more complicated than the standard summer buddyher borderline personality can turn on Nola in a flash, and even love becomes a rivalry. As the girls' instant friendship unhinges by subtle, increasingly powerful turns, the commonplace becomes dramaticand the outcome unforgettable. Children's & Young Adult Fiction Children's & Young Adult Fiction eBook, Atheneum Books for Young Readers

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The Complete History of Why I Hate Her
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Jacobson, Jennifer Richard

Titel:

The Complete History of Why I Hate Her

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0689878001

Nola befriends Carly, but Carly turns out to be much more complicated than the standard summer buddy--her borderline personality can turn on Nola in a flash. As the girls' instant friendship unhinges by subtle, increasingly powerful turns, the commonplace becomes dramatic--and the outcome unforgettable.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780689878008
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0689878001
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: ATHENEUM BOOKS
181 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,286 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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