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How to Rock Braces & Glasses

How to Rock Braces & Glasses

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In her hilarious debut novel, Meg Haston tells the story of a mean girl who gets more than a new prescription for glasses – she gets a new perspective on life.

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In her hilarious debut novel, Meg Haston tells the story of a mean girl who gets more than a new prescription for glasses – she gets a new perspective on life.

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http://learnhowtorock.alloyentertainment.com/

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Published by: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers on Jan 24, 2012
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COASTER–SEXY! BUT SEMI- UNPROFESSIONAL! “Why

aren’t you in homeroom?” I came to a stop and eyed

the red digital countdown clock on the back wall. Almost

show time.

“No reason.” With a coy smile, Molly strolled past the

four camera guys and into my spotlight, the fake diamond

snowfakes in her ears practically blinding me. I rubbed

my brand-new violet-tinted contacts into place. She had

until my segment was over to notice them. And to spill

her secret.

“Eighty seconds!” Carlos plopped into the director’s

chair behind the row of cameras, then adjusted his wire-

less headset.

“And I still need wardrobe!” I yelled. The black pat-

terned tights beneath my lavender mesh mini were start-

ing to itch, but I didn’t care. You know what they say: no

pain, no network TV gig.

“Coming, Kacey!” Liv Parrillo, the third member of

my foursome, who moonlighted as my stylist for the show,

shouted off set.

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“Sooo . . .” Molly rasped, leaning over my desk with a

grin. Her voice always sounded like she’d just rolled out

of bed with a mild case of laryngitis. Middle school guys

thought it was even hotter than her long blonde mane.

Only I knew the hair didn’t count, since it was fake. She’d

spent six months’ allowance on extensions after she’d

burned off her real hair with this Japanese straightening

treatment she found on Craigslist.

“Sooo . . .”

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