Frozen Rodeo by Catherine Clark

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Summer is supposed to be fun.
Right?

Peggy Fleming Farrell's summer has taken a turn for the worse: She works at the Gas'n Git to pay back her parents for wrecking two cars, takes summer school French from a succession of increasingly lame substitute teachers, loves an IHOP waiter, and attends Lamaze class with her mother while her father prepares for his professional ice-skating comeback (read: midlife crisis).

Just when the only exciting event looming before her is the town's annual Rodeo Roundup Days -- "exciting" being a relative term -- things take an unexpected turn for the better. Between hijinks with a hijacked golf cart, plans for streaking at the Rodeo parade, and a showdown over pancakes, Peggy's summer becomes more about mayhem than money management, and definitely something close to fun. Even if she never learns to speak French.

 

About Catherine Clark

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Catherine Clark is the author of Frozen Rodeo and Truth or Dairy. A native of western Massachusetts, she now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
 
Published February 1, 2003 by HarperTeen. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fleming spends the months working at a mini coffee shop in a gas station, baby-sitting for her three much younger siblings, taking French classes where the teacher never shows up, and going to Lamaze classes with her pregnant mother.

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