Ginger Snaps

Ginger Snaps

Book - 2011
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Gone are the days when Ginger was an outsider, always on the fringes of friendship. She's swapped puppy fat and pigtails for make-up and hair straighteners and never looked back - until now. Ginger and Shannon are best mates, but when they befriend lonely Emily, everything changes. Even the saxophone-playing boy in the trilby hat can't help - he's part of the problem . . . Are Ginger and Shannon drifting apart or can they stay best friends for ever?
Publisher: Puffin Books, 2011
ISBN: 9780141338927
Branch Call Number: JF
Characteristics: 272 p. ; 20 cm

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fionacarrington
Dec 17, 2013

Good book :) I liked it

Love this book! I can seriosley imagine this happening to me!

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CiaraM83
Jan 25, 2011

OMG!
I Luv B;ue Lemonande Part!
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I Think It's The Best Cathy Cassidy Book Eva!

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tassyhearts
Nov 12, 2014

tassyhearts thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 12

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Feb 17, 2012

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ndbhatt
Feb 06, 2012

Ginger Brown has always been an outcast because of her odd name. While she hated the popular girls teasing her, there was a certain longing inside of her to be just like them.

When she meets Shannon, a popular, careless friend she realizes she has gotten what she had always wanted. A pretty, fun best friend who couldn't careless about global warming or animal extinction.

Everything has always been fine until an old friend named Emily loses her best friend and joins Shannon and Ginger. Once again, Ginger feels like she is one the sidelines, while Shannon and Emily have all the fun.

She also meets a unique, wonderfully creative boy who plays the saxophone, but Shannon doesn't approve so Ginger is ashamed to like him.

But will Ginger learn that being different is sometimes a good thing? Will she realize that Shannon was never really her friend? That she was just part of her fun experiment like Emily was? Most of all, will Ginger learn to follow her heart and stop hiding in the shadows?

A compelling tale that I read over and over and still never got bored.

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