Lily the Rebel by Nancy Rue
(Young Women of Faith: Lily Series, Book 6)

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Lily Robbins has always been a model student, the one who always follows the rules. But suddenly, Lily is questioning the rules---both at home and at school -- and it's getting harder to keep her mouth shut about it. When Lily blows up and goes off at her science teacher, she suddenly becomes Ms. Popularity. And soon Lily starts thinking that being a little bit 'bad' actually feels good. Of course, in true Lily fashion, she goes all the way with it, adopting an 'alternative' hair-do, and designing a rebel T-shirt that pushes the dress code. But when a truly worthy cause arises, Lily's new reputation precedes her. Lily realizes she needs to regain the trust of those who matter most to her before she can help her best friend win against discrimination.

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Nancy Rue is an award-winning author. She majored in English at Stetson University and earned her master's degree in education at the College of William and Mary. Rue earned a degree in theatre from the University of Nevada, Reno, after eleven years of teaching English. She and husband Jim founded the Nevada Children's Theatre. Rue is the author of adult titles the Sullivan Crisp Series and The Reluctant Prophet Series, as well as Antonia's Choice, Pascal's Wager, and Tristan's Gap. She is also the author of numerous children's and young adult novels.
Published September 6, 2001 by Zonderkidz. 128 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lily's parents are willing to let her take a modeling class, but they want her to ask herself ""if God is in this."" (He is.) The Christian spin (""I taught you to look at the special gifts and qualities God gave you,"" Kathleen tells Lily.

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The problems she faces tend to be staples of girls' series: in Ask, for example, Lily starts an advice column in her school paper and ends up needing a dose of her own counsel.

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