Revenge of the Snob Squad by Julie Anne Peters
  

Synopsis

Revenge of the Snob Squad by Julie Anne Peters

When the relay race teams are chosen in gym class, it's clear that one team doesn't have a chance of winning: Jenny is more interested in eating candy than running around a track; Prairie has a bad leg; Lydia is a complete klutz; and Max is, well, Max. But together, they proudly dub themselves the 'Snob Squad' and vow revenge on their arch enemies, the Neon Nikes, headed by the principal's spoiled daughter, Ashley Krupps. As the Snob Squad members band together to thwart the Neon Nikes, they realise that their greatest weapon might not be as out of reach as they think.

Reviews

A dark laugh-out loud comedy - Booklist 'Peppered with verbal repartee and humorous asides...Peters's writing is smooth and funny page to page, which makes this an enjoyable read' - Kirkus 'This amusing light read... deals realistically with problems that many youngsters face and may even allow them to laugh at themselves in the process School LIBRARY JOURNAL

About the Author

Julie Ann Peters is a critically acclaimed author and National Book Award finalist She lives with her partner in Colorado.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: from 9 to 11

Author

Julie Anne Peters
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Publisher

Little, Brown Young Readers an imprint of Little, Brown & Company

Publication date

21st January 2010

ISBN

9780316008129


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