All Q, No A by Lauren Mechling
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After a tumultuous first semester, Mimi Schulman thinks she’s ready to give social climbing a rest and settle into the groove of New York’s wacky Baldwin School. She’s eager to start over with her friends, reconnect with her dad, and make headway with Max Roth—the hottest guy in tenth grade.

But when an assignment for the school paper turns scandalous and spirals out of control, Mimi finds little time to enjoy her new and improved existence. Instead, she embarks on a roller coaster ride through the underbelly of the New York art world, from the VIP lounge of a shady nightclub to a private Caribbean island populated with washed-up TV stars and fifteen-second celebrities. As answers keep slipping through her fingers, Mimi begins to wonder if she’ll ever manage to pin down the story and get on with her life. And if so, will her life still be there?

All Q, No A is a touching comedy that will appeal to anyone who knows what it’s like have more questions than answers. Fans of Mimi Schulman beware! This book will keep you screaming with laughter long after you’ve turned the last page.
 

About Lauren Mechling

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Lauren Mechling grew up in Brooklyn, and has written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Seventeen. Laura Moser grew up in Houston, Texas. She is the author of a biography of Bette Davis and has written for various publications, including Newsday, Slate, and the Guardian. Both Laura and Lauren are crazy about London - where Laura lived for three years and Lauren spent a winter as a cat sitter. Though they still pine for London's trashy nighttime soaps, fry-up breakfasts, and advanced text-messaging technology, they now call New York home. Both authors live in Brooklyn, NY. Laura Moser was born in Houston and now works as a critic, editor and writer in New York and Chicago.
 
Published June 12, 2006 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 290 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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