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Hallway Diaries : How to Be Down/Double ACT/The Summer She Learned to Dance
by Felicia Pride and Debbie Rigaud and Karen Valentin

Overview - Three girls. Three high schools. Three gotta-read stories.
How To Be Down by Felicia Pride
When Nina Parker decides to straighten her Afro, lose her valley-girl accent and get a total makeover for her new school in the hood, the cutest guy notices--"yes " But so does the meanest girl, Vivica, queen bee of her crew, who wants Jeffrey for herself.
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More About Hallway Diaries by Felicia Pride; Debbie Rigaud; Karen Valentin
 
 
 
Overview
Three girls. Three high schools. Three gotta-read stories.
How To Be Down by Felicia Pride
When Nina Parker decides to straighten her Afro, lose her valley-girl accent and get a total makeover for her new school in the hood, the cutest guy notices--"yes " But so does the meanest girl, Vivica, queen bee of her crew, who wants Jeffrey for herself.
Double Act by Debbie Rigaud
In the hood, Mia Chambers is 'the smart girl, ' but at her prestigious new prep school she hardly stands out. So Mia does what it takes-- only to be accused of selling out by her old friends
The Summer She Learned To Dance by Karen Valentin
At first, Giselle Johnson hates spending the summer with her cousin from the Dominican Republic. But she soon starts loving the island and even learns to dance to her own rhythm. That is, until her cousin attracts Giselle's high school crush..."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780373830848
  • ISBN-10: 037383084X
  • Publisher: Kimani Press
  • Publish Date: September 2007
  • Page Count: 393
  • Reading Level: Ages 14-17

Series: Kimani TRU

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