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All About Daisy

Book Description
High school is NOT for sissies... Fourteen-year-old Daisy barely made it through middle school. After three years of being constantly taunted and bullied, she's decided it's time for a change. It all begins with a list of things she feels she needs: a best friend, popularity, a boyfriend, a first kiss, a spot on the cheerleading squad, and most importantly, boobs. With list in hand, Daisy just ... More
Book Information
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages378
Publication Date04/19/2011
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About O'Dell Hutchison (Author) : O'Dell Hutchison is a published author of young adult books. Published credits of O'Dell Hutchison include All About Daisy: Daisy Rose Brown - Book One (Volume 1) and All About Daisy.
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4/15/2011 Debbie - onyx95 said:
High School was the time for change, Daisy Rose Brown had plans, well a list of things she wanted to accomplish her freshman year at Glenmark High. Some of the things on the list were admittedly just dreams, but some should be attainable with work and some luck, she just didn’t want to be invisib... more

tags: 2011, review-the-book, I read

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