TTFN by Lauren Myracle
(Internet Girls)

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Synopsis

Sequel to the New York Times best-seller ttyl

This sequel to the breakout bestseller, ttyl (a novel told entirely in instant messages), follows Maddie, Zoe, and Angela through their next year in high school, 11th grade. There's trouble and lots of IMs ahead for the Winsome Threesome.

Angela has just found out that her family is moving to El Cerrito, California, and she seriously doesn't know how she'll survive without her best friends. Maddie makes some really bad moves with Clive, a pot-smoking hipster who wants to be "friends with benefits." And Zoe finds herself falling for Doug, the sweet poet who has had a crush on Angela forever, a crush that Angela has come to count on.

Lauren Myracle has concocted another funny, touching look at the rocky road of real friendship--bumpy, nutty, and marshmallow-sweet.

Praise for ttyl

"Perfectly contemporary" -Kirkus

*"Revealing and innovative, this novel will inspire teens to pass it on to their friends." --School Library Journal (starred review)
 

About Lauren Myracle

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Lauren Myracle is the New York Times bestselling author of the Internet Girls trilogy ? ttyl, ttfn, and l8r, g8r ? as well as Rhymes with Witches, Bliss, and Peace, Love and Baby Ducks, among many other books for teens and young adults. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, with her family. Visit her online at www.laurenmyracle.com.
 
Published February 1, 2007 by Harry N. Abrams. 256 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Computers & Technology, Children's Books, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Angela, Maddy and Zoe are totally BFF—best friends forever—and tell each other everything in their constant instant-message conversations.

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When Zoe confronts wild Maddie about her drug use, Maddie challenges her good girlfriend to "name 1 thing u've done recently that pushed u out of your comfort zone."

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Parents are at times portrayed as poor role models, but this book gives real parents a great way to get into discussing some touchy subjects without prying into their own kids' personal lives.

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Parents are at times portrayed as poor role models, but this book gives real parents a great way to get into discussing some touchy subjects without prying into their own kids' personal lives.

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