Throwback Thursday

Thursday, November 5, 2009



Throwback Thursday – this is a weekly event hosted by me! It is the time each week to recognize those older books… an older book you’ve always wanted to read, or one that you have read and love; maybe one from your childhood; or review an older book -- how about even a classic! Leave a comment here and feel free to take an icon and use it on your blog!


This week's throwback is:



I can't find the synopsis anywhere, but it's your typical book about girls going to junior high. Oh how I adored this book!! I read it many times. I loved their outfits. I thought junior high was the coolest thing EVER, hahah! And I was terrified by the time I went!! I never did read any more of this series based off the popular game.

8 comments:

Well-Read Reviews said...

Oh my gosh! I totally remember that book!! I believe I read it too, although I don't remember what it was about either!

Michelle (Red Headed Book Child) said...

What a blast from the past! I think I had that hair style.

I used to be a huge fan of Girls of Canby Hall. Ever
seen those?

sumanam said...

That book must bring some memories back...
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Jennifer said...

Oh my gosh!! You just took me back in time!!! LOL!!!

I have an award for you:
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butterfly11780 said...

Oh I remember this! Oh I wish I could remember what it was about. I really should go through my childhood books to find this!

Jenny said...

Allison -- I'm sure it was just about how to be cool, lol!

Michelle -- I don't think I ever heard of those. There is another series I've been trying to look for/remember. It was 4 (or 5?) girl who wrote each other letters. It was from different view points and each girl had a certain stationery she used and the page would look like the stationery. Can't remember the name!

Sumanam -- it really did! And it sort of just popped in my head all of a sudden!

Jennifer -- LOL! And thanks for the award!!

Butterfly -- I wish I hadn't given away/gotten rid of so many of mine!

Melissa said...

I don't know this book, but from the comments I wish I did.

I have a award for you here

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Debbie's World of Books said...

I remember the cover but for the life of me can't remember what it was about. Pretty sure I read it.

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