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Candy Apple #3: Miss Popularity epub

by Francesco Sedita


Candy Apple #3: Miss Popularity epub

ISBN: 043988814X

ISBN13: 978-0439888141

Author: Francesco Sedita

Category: For Children

Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life

Language: English

Publisher: Scholastic (May 1, 2007)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB book: 1322 kb

FB2 book: 1805 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 497

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Candy Apple Miss Popularity Paperback – May 1, 2007.

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Miss Popularity book. Candy Apple is a fresh, fun take on fiction for girls: a new line.

Candy Apple is a fresh, fun take on fiction for girls: a new line of single titles with pep and pizzazz targeted at the solid middle-grade reader. Bubbly, stylish, and super-friendly, she's the fashion queen at her Texas school.

Age Range: 6 to 8 Years. Those who like realistic fiction and friendship tales, along with the first two books in the series, will all enjoy reading this book. 4 people found this helpful. Book Origin: United States. Publisher: Scholastic. Publication Year: 2011. Series: Candy Apple Books.

can someone tell me what all the candy apple books are an their authors? .

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Bubbly, stylish, and super-friendly, she's the fashion queen at her Texas school. But when her father's job moves the family to cold, snowy Maine, Cassie's in for a huge culture shock.

Candy Apple is a fresh, fun take on fiction for girls: a new line of single titles with pep and pizzazz targeted at the solid middle-grade reader.Meet Cassie Knight. Bubbly, stylish, and super-friendly, she's the fashion queen at her Texas school. But when her father's job moves the family to cold, snowy Maine, Cassie's in for a huge culture shock. At her new prep school, the students are prim and proper, and worst of all, they don't find Cassie as fabulous as she knows she is! Then Cassie comes up with a brilliant idea for the school fundraiser. If she can pull it off, she may just become Miss Popularity again . . . but if not, is she doomed to remain friendless forever?
I love the miss popularity series! Cassie is such a cool character! Its easy to see how she became miss popularity
Cassie Cyan Knight has it all! Friends, style,beautiful hair and makeup,lots of things. She has a great time at her school in Texas. But her parents break terrible news! She is moving to Main! That means being the new girl,starting over,no friends!!! Will Cassie be able to get friends and style back or will she be stuck friendless and a loser? Read the book to find out!!!
I bought this as a gift for my Granddaughter, she loved it and it was age appropriate. This book really kept her interest. I was also very pleased with the vendor.
Daughter enjoyed reading
The book was great other than lack of what happened after that. ( You will have to order the books) Tho it left me hanging I Ordered the other books and they were the best !!!! That's it. ~Jazlyn
I loved this book. I read it in middle school and wanted to read it again. Definently a cute book. :)
Cassie Cyan Knight has got it all: popularity, awesome friends, great personality, and, most importantly, a killer fashion sense.

Even her parents are cool, which is why Cassie doesn't hold a grudge against them when they drop the bombshell. Her dad got a promotion, and, in two weeks, Cassie will be transplanted from sunny, friendly, fashionable Houston to the frigid ice storms of Maine. Cassie doesn't let it get her down, though. She's nervous, sure, but with a few encouraging words from her best friend, Cassie feels like she can tackle anything.

However, her new classmates at Oak Grove Middle School seem determined to shoot down Cassie's upbeat attitude. They're rude, they make fun of her Texas accent, and even mock her bright, happy wardrobe choices. Clearly, the population of Oak Grove Middle needs a reminder that there are fashion options outside of boots and fleece pullovers.

With the help of a kindred spirit or two, Cassie jumps right in to find her fabulous niche at Oak Grove Middle, even if it means butting heads with Mean Mary Ellen McGinty, who refuses to admit that fashion might have a place in their school.

I had a few issues with this book, mainly with the lack of flaws in the main character and the unbelievable circumstances of there being absolutely no fashion clique at Oak Grove. One other major issue comes from the heavy name-dropping of products and companies in the fashion industry. They are so peppered throughout that sometimes it feels like one big advertisement.

Be that as it may, though, Cassie's attitude throughout her trials was refreshing, and could serve as a good pep talk to those younger girls who might need reassurance that they are in charge of their own happiness.

Reviewed by: Allison Fraclose
this book is awsum,im telling yu.at first i thought dah "miss popularity" in this book is supposed to b very selfish nd mean.but actually,dah gurls very nice nd sweet,nd also has great fashion=]then she moves to another skool leaving all her beast frends.at first she was lonely,but later she made a lot of frends nd i suppose she got popular.read it yourself=)