Meanicures by Catherine Clark

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When three best friends get together, the first thing they talk about these days is always the mean girls in their lives. They decide to banish their enemies by holding a ceremony and burning slips of paper with the mean girls' names on them. But soon afterwards, they discover themselves becoming mean, and they must find a way--with a little help from the owner of their local beauty shop--to reverse the ceremony and revert to the sweet (mostly), kind (if slightly imperfect) personalities. Catherine Clark's first middle-grade novel is a humorous look at the mysterious--and wonderful--nature of friendship.
 

About Catherine Clark

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Catherine Clark is the author of several young adult novels, including "Maine Squeeze, The Alison Rules, " and "So Inn Love." She lives in Minneapolis with her husband and daughter and takes family road trips whenever and wherever she can. (But not on buses.)
 
Published October 12, 2010 by EgmontUSA. 192 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Seventh grader Madison is amazed by the meanness of the mean-girl clique, especially since their leader is her ex-BFF.

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