Girls in Love by Jacqueline Wilson

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In this fabulous first book in a trilogy from British favorite Jacqueline Wilson, readers meet sharp-witted Ellie, who's coping with all sorts of adolescent angst. Ellie's starting ninth grade, and she's determined to find a boyfriend, lose a few pounds, and stay friends with her two best buds. But when the weight won't stay off, jealousy threatens her friendships, and the only boy who likes her is a big dork, Ellie is at her wit's end. Captivating and lively, Girls in Love offers an unflinching -- and funny -- look at the real issues a teenage girl faces.
 

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Jacqueline Wilson is a bestselling author in Britain. She has written several award-winning books for children, including The Suitcase Kid, Double Act, and The Lottie Project.From the Hardcover edition.
 
Published January 1, 2002 by Dell.
Genres: . Fiction

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Feeling jealous after hearing about Nadine's new older boyfriend and Magda's summer flirtations, Ellie pretends that Dan is her boyfriend, though she substitutes his looks with those of a cute boy she's crushing on.

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