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Xoxo, Betty and Veronica: In Each Other's Shoes: In Each Other's Shoes

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The misadventures of BFFs Betty and Veronica continue in this third installment of the middle-grade novel series. A mix-up at school puts Veronica on the school paper instead of Betty, and Betty in Veronica's role as the lead in school play. Now the two best friends have to live out the semester in each other's shoes.
ebook, 160 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Not Avail
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Kathryn
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In Each Other's Shoes sees Betty and Veronica in a bit of a tricky situation at Riverdale High. Due to a mix-up with the school ballots, the fashion-loving Veronica finds herself as editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, whereas Betty is out of her depth when she's elected to run the school's charity fashion show. Both girls help each other to get to grips with the basics of their new positions, but their friendship becomes strained due to the interference of a third pa
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