Quinney Todd has been best friends with Brynnie and Marguerite her whole life. But now Brynnie and Marguerite are fighting, leaving Quinney caught in the middle. Even worse, Marguerite has turned into Lake Geneva's bad girl, and everyone in school knows all about it. Or they think they do.
Quinney wants to be loyal, but Marguerite keeps pushing her away. And when Quinney's mom invites Marguerite to live with them for a few weeks -- in Quinney's room, no less! -- Quinney finally has to face the question she's avoided all along: Does she even want to be friends with Marguerite anymore?
Poor Quinney's got the bad girl blues...!
In this funny and poignant novel, Sally Warner explores what it's like to discover that not everyone grows up at the same time -- or in the same way.
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This situation, coupled with Quinney’s new volunteer job at an animal shelter, the sudden dissension between her five-year-old twin brothers, and her fresh feelings for handsome eighth-grader Cree Scovall, all combine to keep Quinney scrambling to maintain emotional balance.| Read Full Review of Bad Girl Blues