The "good" girl
Cassidy has let her parents, her strong-willed cousin and best friend, Rikki, and cruel classmates push her around long enough. Before school starts, she WILL become independent.
The "bad" girl
Rikki also wants independence, mostly from her preacher father and perfect older sister. But secretly she doesn't mind having her goody-goody cousin around to keep her in line. Without Cassidy, it would be easy to go too far.
The "new" girl
Golden is new to town, and she's got all the freedom she wants. What she needs is a parent to actually listen to her. But at least she has some new friends to help her deal.
For all three girls, life is changing fast. If they're going to make it to seventh grade, they'd better summon their inner divas -- because sometimes having a little attitude and a little respect for yourself is the only way to get what you want.
In Little Divas, Philana Marie Boles delivers a sassy, spirited tale of loyalty, family, and friendship.
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The summer her mother goes off to work in Ghana, 12-year-old Cassidy moves in with her father, discovers cracks in her relationship with her cousin and best friend, makes a friend of her new neighbor and discovers that hateful Travis isn’t so bad after all.Nov 15 2005 | Read Full Review of Little Divas
Cassidy complains that she and Rikki dont have fun together anymore since Rikki became preoccupied with boys.| Read Full Review of Little Divas
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