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Exposed (Three Girls in the City #2)

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From award winning author Jeanne Betancourt the 2nd in the series about Maya, Joy and Carolyn, 3 unlikely friends who meet at a photo-workshop in Greenwich Village, NYC.

Joy: Now living at her mom's full time. She thinks she'll have more freedom, no one watching over her and it will be great, right? Maybe, maybe not.
Maya: Struggling with a difficult choice. Can she make her
Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Sep 06, 2011 Giulianab rated it really liked it
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When I started reading three girls in the city exposed, It was a very good book it has adventure, friendship and sometimes is funny how the three girls have a good time being together and taking photos everywhere .this book is about three girls named Maya, Carolyn and parents are divorced she live with her father until she realize that she is going to have more freedom and more time to be with her friends and doing what she wants to do living with her mom. Maya has and old fr
Apr 19, 2009 Kenya rated it liked it
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This novel is about three girls with different personalities, but they are the best of friends. This is what got me interested in reading this book. I also enjoyed reading this book because it is sort of like ther cliuque series i read last year. The three main characters are Maya, Joy and Carolyn and they are best friends and were trying to keep their friendships going and to also not let their friendship go into danger. They are very supportive of each other and figured out their challenges at ...more
Jul 05, 2008 Halliwellsis93 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Teenage Girls
I have read this series a couple of times, at least the four books I have. I think that Shana is a pretty accurate representation of racism in one of its less violent forms. She doesn't like that her best friend is hanging out with white girls. I have a problem with that. I think Joy needs a lot of confidence, in herself and her friendships. I almost feel bad for Carolyn, because her dad can be such a freak. I wish them all happiness and the courage to know that friendship is one of the stronges ...more
Ashley perkins
Nov 09, 2010 Ashley perkins rated it really liked it
the titl of this book is three girls in the city exposed. The author is Jeanne Betancourt. It Has 152 pages and the chapters are in main ideas. the main characters are Maya, carolyn, and joy. the conflict it that Maya is not with all the black and white thing and her black friend Sahana cant understand that. I would recommend this book to my friends because its show no matter what you can still be friends.
Kitty Jay
Dec 05, 2010 Kitty Jay rated it did not like it
The only reason I read this was because someone was giving away free books and I was like whatever and took the book. It's really lame. Now I am going to wrap it up and give it to someone for Christmas :P
Aug 14, 2008 Lilly rated it it was amazing
This is a great series of books that tells how you can become best friends with girls who are completely different from you.
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these girls have been seperated for along time and got back together again.
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When I was growing up I never thought of being an author. I was a terrible speller and didn't want to write any more than I had to. I wanted to be a tap dancer when I grew up. After a few years of teaching junior high and high school, I wrote my first novel. It was a surprise to discover that I liked making up stories and writing them down. I liked it so much that eventually I stopped teaching and ...more
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