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by Elizabeth Skurnick

eBook The Popular One (Love Stories) ePub
Author: Elizabeth Skurnick
Language: English
ISBN: 0553493744
ISBN13: 978-0553493740
Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers (October 9, 2001)
Category: Romance
Subcategory: Young Teens
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 793
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ePub file: 1275 kb
Fb2 file: 1208 kb

The Popular One book. From Ebony’s journal:My identical twin sister and I are total opposites. The Popular One (Love Stories). by. Elizabeth Skurnick.

The Popular One book. From Ebony’s journal: My identical twin sister and I are total opposites. Meaning, I’m way popular and she’s so not. How is this possible? I’m friendly, flirty, and don’t spend every second buried in a textbook.

The Popular One (Love Stories) Oct 9, 2001. by Elizabeth Skurnick. Mass Market Paperback.

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2001) (A book in the Love Stories : His, Hers, Theirs series) A novel by Elizabeth Skurnick. From Ebony's journal: My identical twin sister and I are total opposites. Meaning, I'm way popular and she's so not. How is this possible? I'm friendly, flirty, and don't spend every second buried in a textbook. She's Miss Mathematics (and Miss Headband-hello?-of Hughley High). But here's what's really weird: I'm sweating Mr. Mathematics (he's new). So if I could just borrow her identity and headband for a few days. Genre: Young Adult Romance.

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From Ebony’s journal:My identical twin sister and I are total opposites. Meaning, I’m way popular and she’s so not. How is this possible? I’m friendly, flirty, and don’t spend every second buried in a textbook. She’s Miss Mathematics (and Miss Headband–hello?–of Hughley High). But here’s what’s really weird: I’m sweating Mr. Mathematics (he’s new). So if I could just borrow her identity and headband for a few days. . . .
Bumand
No offense but this book should have never been published. Don't even waste your money. In it you have Ebony and Ivory(twins). Ebony is a popular girl and Ivory is a nerd. Anywayz Ebony starts to crush on a smart guy named Charles. So she asks her sister to switch places with her so she can get to know him better. This story could have been good but it was anything but that. The storyline was interesting enough but wasn't written well. It was boring and unexciting. Usually books transport me to another world. This one couldn't even hope to keep my attention for more than 2 minutes. All it did was leave me thinking you couldnt pay me to read this again
Alsardin
It's about a girl,Ebony and she has a twin,Ivory. And she has this huge crush on Charles. But the only problem is that he thinks she is Ivory. Ebony and Ivory switched places and Ebony is starting to fall for Charles.
I thought this book was boring. I mean, the beginning just keeps on going and kind of dull. It wasn't really interesting but i was curious for the ending. I recommend just to check this book out from the library.
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