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That’s what Annabelle discovers on her first day in her brand-new life. Birchwood Middle School is totally different from her old all-girls elementary. In fact, lots of things in Annabelle’s life are totally different now that she’s back from summer camp. There’s mom’s new boyfriend, a new house, new friends ― even a new puppy that likes to chew on Annabelle’s clothes. Well, at least the puppy comes with a leash and a training manual! If only she could say the same for the boys... Featuring Annabelle’s hilarious take on friendship, boys, and her all-new life, this novel-slash-survival guide perfectly captures the joy - and agony ― of junior high school. And it might just teach you how to tame the wildest beast of all: the teenage boy. "Fresh, fun, and full of heart, BOYS ARE DOGS will empower girls while giving them the giggles at the same time." -- Meg Cabot, author of the PRINCESS DIARIES and ALLIE FINKLE'S RULES FOR GIRLS series "Sweeties, you must read this wonderful book. IT HAS SO MUCH GREAT ADVICE ABOUT BOYS IN IT!!! All that, and a fabulous, funny, warm-hearted story, too. Read! Read! Read!!!!" -- Lauren Myracle, bestselling author of ELEVEN, TWELVE, and THIRTEEN
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Leslie Margolis is also the author of Boys Are Dogs, the first Annabelle Stevens book. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York. Sadly, she is allergic to cats.From AudioFile:
This frank and funny look at middle school finds Annabelle the new girl in school. Coming from a girls' Catholic school, she finds the boys in public school as hard to decipher as the new puppy her mom has given her to soften the blow of moving. In the dog-training manual Annabelle discovers tricks for making boys sit, stay, and even beg. Narrator Ellen Grafton gives Annabelle an innocence and a genuine girly tone that will make listeners long to help her muzzle the pack of teenage boys she must face at school. Grafton gives each character a recognizable voice--from Mom's hippie boyfriend to the obnoxious boy across the street. But it's her heartfelt Annabelle that makes this hard to put down. M.M.C. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine
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