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How to Rock Break-Ups and Make-Ups by Meg Haston

How to Rock Break-Ups and Make-Ups by Meg Haston

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In this hilarious sequel to How to Rock Braces and Glasses, Kacey Simon looks like her old self again, but she's trying not to revert to her former mean-girl ways. That is, until her new crush Zander's ex-girlfriend and former lead singer, Stevie, arrives in town. Stevie's killer style is rivaled only by her impressive vocals, and she's an instant star at Marquette Middle. Boys want to date her, girls want to be her, and Kacey wants to boot her butt out of Chicago, ASAP. But will taking the new Queen Bee down a notch put Kacey back on top? Or will it cost her everything-and everyone-she cares about?
In this hilarious sequel to How to Rock Braces and Glasses, Kacey Simon looks like her old self again, but she's trying not to revert to her former mean-girl ways. That is, until her new crush Zander's ex-girlfriend and former lead singer, Stevie, arrives in town. Stevie's killer style is rivaled only by her impressive vocals, and she's an instant star at Marquette Middle. Boys want to date her, girls want to be her, and Kacey wants to boot her butt out of Chicago, ASAP. But will taking the new Queen Bee down a notch put Kacey back on top? Or will it cost her everything-and everyone-she cares about?

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Published by: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers on Aug 14, 2012
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LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY 
New York Boston
 
CUE THE NEW TRACK
Monday, 6:58
A.M.
I have a unique talent or remembering the soundtrack toevery signifcant lie moment in my twelve and a hal years,including epiphanies, crises, and unbeatable hair days.The morning o my very frst
Simon Says
television broadcast or Marquette Middle School’s Channel M lastSeptember, I blasted Beyoncé’s “Diva” on my iPod or theentire El ride to school. Four years ago, when my dad toldme he was moving rom Chicago to Los Angeles and thatit was “best or everyone involved,” creepy carnival musicwhistled rom the Ferris wheel at Navy Pier.And as I waited or my best riend, Molly Knight, atSugar Daddy this morning, the clink o ceramic mugsand the sleepy
chug, chug, ding! 
o the old-ashioned cashregister blended together in amiliar harmony. Outside,

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