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Me, In Between

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Lacey Underhill has what her Dutch grandmother refers to as luxe problemen: luxury problems. But Lacey's problems are very real and they are exactly two: her breasts. Twelve years old and in eighth grade, Lacey has developed faster than everyone else around her. The other girls -- even her own best friend -- are jealous, and boys won't stop teasing her.

Then Chad, a high

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Published March 25th 2008 by Aladdin
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Lacey Underhill is a 12-year-old girl who has what her Dutch grandmother refers to as luxe problemen: luxury problems.

These problems being her breasts. At just age 12 (and in 8th grade because she skipped a grade) she's already at a size 36C. Girls (including her best friend) are jealous and boys never stop teasing her about them, so of course she's self-conscious. Whenever she's out in public she wears more than necessary just to try to cover up her b
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Twelve-year-old Lacey has a problem—well, two problems: her breasts. Girls are jealous and boys will not stop teasing her, so normally she tries to hide underneath huge sweatshirts. But when a high school boy starts talking to her at the video arcade in the mall where she hangs out and ends up asking her out, she sees the positive side. Complications ensue when a childhood guy friend shows up and she tries to hide her developments. Lacey is torn between growing up too fast and trying not to by r ...more
This is really inappropriate for young girls. I am disappointed that this was written about a 12 year old and had make out sessions with a 16 year old boy and teachers staring at her breasts. This is not something I want my 12 year old reading and I won't be recommending it to anyone we know.
this is a great book but some sayings shouldn't even be there
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