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Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do? (Bad Girls #6)

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At the series end, Grade 9 brings changes. It's not easy being Mikey Elsinger and Margalo Epps when some people want to sit at the same lunch table and even ask advice. This strange attention cuts into the little time together, interests tennis and drama, and problems like cheating in tennis and drama diverting from Margalo's plans. At least they always have each other.
Hardcover, 442 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Atheneum (first published January 2000)
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Sandra McLeod
Aug 22, 2009 Sandra McLeod rated it really liked it
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Compared to some of the other teen novels I've been reading lately, this one came up a little short. Some of the situations seemed a little "contrived" and lacking in credibility, and the characters seemed to be too stereotypical and lacking in depth. It was still an enjoyable read, but I guess I was expecting "more" from such a fine author.

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The fourth book about the adventures of Bad Girls Mikey Elsinger and Margalo Epps, BAD GIRLS, BAD GIRLS, WHATCHA GONNA DO? happens over the course of Mikey and Margalo's ninth grade year. They've started high school, so, of course, things are going to be different! The two are rather surprised to find that people are asking them for advice, but, of course, between the two of them, there's always a plan.

The difficulties they face include an unfair t
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When I first started reading the book I did not like it and I actually stopped reading it for a while. Then I picked it back up and I started to like it and i understood what it was tlakin about. Now I cant put it down ! :)
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Cynthia Voigt is an American author of books for young adults dealing with various topics such as adventure, mystery, racism and child abuse.


Awards:
Angus and Sadie: the Sequoyah Book Award (given by readers in Oklahoma), 2008
The Katahdin Award, for lifetime achievement, 2003
The Anne V. Zarrow Award, for lifetime achievement, 2003
The Margaret Edwards Award, for a body of work, 1995
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