Her sassy teenage aunt writes an advice column. But what if Amy needs boy tips of her own? A witty, genuine take on the ups and downs of friends, family, and first romance. (Age 11 and up)
Thirteen-year-old Amy Green has a lot to juggle: handling her divorced parents, minding her messy baby siblings, and navigating the snobby popular cliques at school. So when her cool but crazy seventeen-year old
aunt, Clover lands a job giving advice for the teen mag THE GOSS, Amy jumps at the chance to help out as her sidekick. Of course Clover, being Clover, doesn't just want to answer readers' letters, she wants to solve their problems . . . personally. From stamping out malicious rumors to giving a cad his comeuppance to creating the perfect web page, the two come up with some clever hands-on schemes that bring happiness to many unhappy girls. But when Amy falls for the cute but aloof boy in her art class — and her own friends start snubbing her big-time — can she find a way out of her own dilemma?
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Sarah Webb (Author)
Sarah Webb is the author of several novels for adults, including Always the Bridesmaid and Something to Talk About. Ask Amy Green: Boy Trouble is her first book for young adults. She lives in Dublin, Ireland.