Boys, Girls, and Other Hazardous Materials
A debut novel from the bestselling author of Queen Bees and Wannabes! Charlie Healy just wants a drama-free year, but it doesn't seem like she's going to get it. After surviving a middle school packed with mean girls, Charlie is ready to leave all that behind in high school. But then, on her very... show more
A debut novel from the bestselling author of Queen Bees and Wannabes! Charlie Healy just wants a drama-free year, but it doesn't seem like she's going to get it. After surviving a middle school packed with mean girls, Charlie is ready to leave all that behind in high school. But then, on her very first day, she runs into her former best friend, Will, who moved away years ago. Now he's back, he's HOT, and he's popular. And he takes Charlie back into the danger zone of the popular crowd. But when a hazing prank goes wrong, Charlie has to decide where her loyalties lie.
Publish date: January 6th 2011
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
Best friends turn to "frenemies". This is what Charlie experienced with her supposed to be bestfriends. After what happened to their friendship, she couldn't wait over to start High School and transfer to Harmony Falls where she plans to reboot her life.Starting a new life at a new school seems to b...
I really enjoyed this book. A lot of it really reminded me of my grade eight and nine years in school. The girls, the boys, and the hazardous materials. ;) Rosalind Wiseman really caught the teen life in this cute, funny and real story.
I don't exactly know how to start this review. I enjoyed the book overall but it was pretty predictable. I wasn't shocked by anything that happened and I didn't think the story was anything spectacular. Then again, I did read it all in pretty much one sitting so that means it was good enough to keep...
Rosalind Wiseman’s Boys, Girls and Other Hazardous Materials is a hilarious and truthful look into the life of American high school students. It’d be difficult to find someone who can’t relate to at least one character in Wiseman’s novel. While I don’t remember my high school experience being quite...