Picture Perfect #1: Bending Over Backwards by Cari Simmons, Heather Alexander
  

Synopsis

Picture Perfect #1: Bending Over Backwards by Cari Simmons, Heather Alexander

Being one half of a BFF heart necklace is serious business-and in the Picture Perfect series, each story tackles a tough friendship challenge. Through the ups and downs of life in middle school, through braces and boy bands, family feuds and fashion disasters, your best bud is there. But what happens when friendship suddenly gets complicated? Tween readers will adore these sweet, accessible stories about the power of friendship. Molly Larsen can't believe this is happening. She had an awesome life in Arizona-a great best friend, a prime spot on her gymnastics squad, and a built-in pool in her backyard. But now she and her family are moving-to New Jersey! Luckily, her best friend, Eden, has a plan: Molly is going to rule her new school by becoming friends with Roseann Bleeker, the most superpopular girl in class! Soon Molly sees that impressing Roseann is tougher than she'd expected. Just about the only person in the Garden State who seems to get Molly is her neighbor Shrimp. But Shrimp is as far from popular as anyone can be. Is Molly doomed to a friendless life on the East Coast? Or can she find her place?

About the Author

Cari Simmons once wished on her birthday candles that she would write a book-and it came true! She lives and writes in Portland, Oregon, and this is her first series. Heather Alexander has written numerous books for children and is a former children's book editor. She lives in New Jersey with her two daughters-one who avoids taking photos and one who snaps nonstop, having mastered the art of the selfie.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Cari Simmons, Heather Alexander
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Publisher

HarperCollins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers Inc

Publication date

12th February 2015

ISBN

9780062310224


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