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My accelerated 8th graders and I LOVED this book and passed it on to everyone we knew to read. When I brought in the 3rd book after it was released in May, I thought I might have a brawl on my hands. Oh how I love to see students fighting over who will get to read a book first. Enjoy the rest of the series.


I am only a 7th grader and i just recently finished this book and i am starting the 2nd book ("Pretties"). But I think this is a truly amazing book and I couldn't agree more with this review. Before I read this i had some confidence problems but after, i realized this world shouldn't be based around how people look. It isn't right and it isn't fair. Now I don't really care what people think about me. I recommend this book to anyone, but especially to teenagers with confidence problems. It really helps.


nope no true im bred so ya and i did read the book!

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