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Random House is thrilled to bring you this one-stop shopping guide to eight exhilarating new reads for the thinking girl.
Get ready to FALL FOR FICTION from Random House in 2005!

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Rebel Angels

by Libba Bray
August 2005 | $16.95

Ah, Christmas! Gemma Doyle is looking forward to a holiday from Spence Academy, spending time with her friends in the city, and attending ritzy balls. Yet amidst the distractions of London, Gemma’s visions intensify–visions of three girls dressed in white, to whom something horrific has happened, something only the realms can explain. . . .
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The Nannies

by Melody Mayer
September 2005 | $15.95

Good girls, wild girls, and wilder boys.

Grab your sunglasses and welcome to The Nannies, a crazy world of Hollyweird backstabbing and skyscraping palm trees, spoiled tots and private swim lessons. But how hard can a nanny job be?
After all, eight to four is kid time. After that? It’s our time.

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Girl, (Nearly) 16, Absolute Torture
by Sue Limb
October 2005 | $15.95

With her totally relatable, utterly frustrating life and her off-the-wall sense of humor, Jess Jordan is poised to become America’s favorite new heroine.

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Anyone But You

by Lara M. Zeises
November 2005 | $15.95

Critter and Jesse have been close to Seattle since her dad moved in with their mother. Closer still since he took off six years ago and Layla decided to raise Sea as one of her own. It’s a decision none of them regrets, especially not Critter. He’s more than a brother–he’s Seattle’s best friend.

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Chloe Lieberman (Sometimes Wong)

by Carrie Rosten
September 2005 | $15.95

This is the deal with Chloe Leiberman (sometimes Wong):
She lives, breathes, sleeps, eats, and drinks fashion.
She’s half Jewish (father) and half Chinese (mother).
She lives in L.A.
She is a senior in high school.
She’s talented, but doesn’t know it yet.
She dreams about going to design school in London.
This is her application.

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Confessions of a Boyfriend Stealer

by Robyn Clairday
October 2005 | $7.95

MESSAGE BOARD
About Genesis Bell Queensheba at 1:02 a.m.
i’ve heard you’d better not leave your guy alone with her! not if you DON’T want to lose him >:p
It’s not her fault 007ugo at 1:45 a.m.
You got it all wrong! If anyone’s taught Genesis about stealing guys, it was her best friends, The Terribles–CJ and Tasha!
Re: It’s not her fault GenBell at 1:52 a.m.
You don’t know the real story. It’s not what you think. Just read my side of it, and then decide. Okay?
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Secret Apartment

by Natalie Fast
October 2005 | $14.95

Jillian’s life is changing and she’s not happy about it. Her mother got remarried and they moved from their house in Pennsylvania to her new stepfather’s apartment in New York City. Second, her new stepfather has a daughter, which means Jillian now has a stepsister.
But Jillian gets a break when Mrs. W in the penthouse apartment asks her to catsit for the summer. Mrs. W’s apartment offers a great view of the windows in the building across the street. Watching the neighbors is fun–until Jillian and her new friend Emily see something that doesn’t look right.

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Angels in Pink: Holly's Story

by Lurlene McDaniel
October 2004 | $10.95

Pink Angels and best friends Holly, Raina, and Kathleen have been through a lot over the past year. The summer before their senior year promises to be busy but fun, as Holly and Raina return to their full-time volunteer jobs at the hospital and Kathleen, who needs the money, works at the hospital gift shop. Of course, Raina and Kathleen will be spending as much time as possible with their boyfriends, Hunter and Carson.
Holly is happy for her friends, but she can’t help feeling a little left out when hanging out with the two couples.

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