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Miss Educated (Upper Class #2)

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Welcome Back to Wellington
Everyone makes New Year's resolutions, but for two returning students, the semester's Wellington goals are easier set than met.

Parker Cole, for example. She survived first semester, sure, but still doesn't fit in. Mostly everyone thinks Parker is weird—in her cowboy hats and capes and violet perfume—and even she agrees. But she dreams of being k
Paperback, 288 pages
Published August 21st 2007 by HarperTeen
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Mar 24, 2009 Tiny Pants rated it did not like it
Hands down one of the worst books I've ever read, in YA or in any other category. The most interesting thing I learned in this book is that two of the authors are male, which explains the astounding number of "wet mouths" and "berry"-like nipples described in the text. In general, these books are piles upon piles of horrible metaphors, as here:

"With dishwater hair too long for a crew cut and too short to comb down, it stands on his head like Pomeranian fur. He's got the pink and wrinkled appeal
Oct 26, 2008 Kristi rated it liked it
Welcome Back to Wellington! It’s time for the spring semester. Nikki and Laine take a backseat and Parker and Chase take their places in the spotlight.

Parker Cole weird girl extraodinaire. She marches to the beat of her own drum and simply doesn’t care what other people think.

Chase Dobbs one strike away from military school. This semester he has to get his butt into gear! Still hung up on the elusive Laine and it seems that his semester will dampen even further without her presence on campus.

Jennifer Wardrip
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In THE UPPER CLASS, we were introduced to Laine Hunt and Nikki Olivetti. Now it's time to meet Parker Cole and Chase Dobbs.

Parker had established herself to be somewhat of a loner at Wellington. With basically just one true friend, Parker's outfit choices and the way she interacts with the world definitely make her stand out. Now that summer is over, Parker wants to create a new image to go along with her new year at Wellingto
Dec 29, 2014 Lola rated it liked it
When I was about 12, my brother gave me this book for Christmas. I've always been an advanced reader, but the content in this was definitely not appropriate for me. In addition, he bought the second book in the series instead of the first. Discounting those two things, it was just not a very well written book. Important lesson learned: brothers should give you gift cards.

I adored Parker and grew to like Chase, I guess, and the romance between them is actually very sweet and realistic. I loved
Dec 04, 2008 Kricket rated it really liked it
we return to wellington sans laine, this time to focus on parker cole and chase dobbs. the drama is a different kind- romance rather than bullying, but still based on the idea of fitting it.

liked this one even more than the first one. i'm still enjoying the writing: sometimes a little showy but always original. and this one just felt so true to me with one major exception- this high school experience feels much closer to a college experience. the teens i work with seem much more innocent than th
Sep 16, 2010 Mandy rated it really liked it
The second book in this series continues to be a well-written account of boarding school, shifting focus to two of the minor characters who were introduced in the first book. The change in perspective is refreshing, and I especially applaud the book's ability to create a believable teenage male character in Chase. He's no saint, but not condemnable either. What the book does well is describe the undefined romantic connections that can develop between boys and girls in those years-- and as Parker ...more
Aug 02, 2010 Sarah rated it did not like it
I was so bad that I can't remember anything about it, which is a hard feat for me when it comes to books.
May 11, 2009 Avleen rated it really liked it
Really Good book, the book sometimes had characters that they didn't really describe but otherwise it was good
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