When 16-year-old Emily's family uproots her from Seattle to England right before her junior year, she has to adjust to a whole new lingo, new friends, and worst of all, no malls. Luckily hunkalicious British boys do exist!Subject: The Grotty and the Fabu (No, it's not a song.)From: EmilyTo: DruThings That Really Irk My Pickle About Living in England* The school uniform* Piddlington-on-the-weld (I will forever be known as Emily from Piddlesville.)* Marmite (It's yeast sludge! GACK!)* The ghost in my underwear drawer (Spectral hands fondling my bras — enough said!)Things That Keep Me From Flying Home to Seattle for Good Coffee* Aidan (Hunkalicious!)* Devon (Droolworthy? Understatement of the year!)* Fang (He puts the num in nummy!)* Holly (Any girl who hunts movie stars with me—and Oded Fehr will be mine—is a friend for life.)* Über-coolio Polo Club (Where the snogging is FINE!)Praise For Katie Maxwell"Gripping, smart-alecky, shocking...and at the same time, tender. A brilliant debut by Katie Maxwell in the Young Adult Forum." - KLIATT"Fans of The Princess Diaries and other well written teen books will cheer this new entry to the scene." - Huntress Reviews"Girls will laugh, sigh and squeal aloud as they embark upon Emily's journey." - Romantic Times BOOKClub
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Katie MacAlister (Author)
For as long as she can remember, Katie MacAlister has loved reading. Growing up in a family where a weekly visit to the library was a given, Katie spent much of her time with her nose buried in a book. Despite her love for novels, she didn’t think...