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Parallel Parking (Dating Game #6)

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Meet sophomores Madison, Holly and Lina. When the Dating Game Web site that they create for class becomes a campus hit, as a matchmaking service and a forum for students' views on love, sex, and dating, the three friends hope it will help them take control of their love lives, too...

Holly, Lina, and Mads have mapped out a plan to definitely get the guys of their dreams. Bu

Paperback, 224 pages
Published October 4th 2006 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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Jennifer Wardrip
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PARALLEL PARKING is the sixth book in the DATING GAME series. The whole series is funny and lighthearted. It's a great book to read if you feel like reading something that is not long and drug out and depressing. This book is the total opposite of that!

Holly, Lina, and Madison are up to more mischief with their uber-popular website that they started as a school project. Holly and Madison have to take driver's education this semester so that they can
Shannon Bierschbach
1.) My parents bought me this book at my Middle School book fair.

2.) The story took place during the school year, and mostly at a High School or just around the town they lived in.

3.) Mads, Holly, and Lina all had both internal and external problems they had to deal with. One that all of them shared is with Sean. Mads has a huge crash on Sean but Sean likes Holly but Holly didn't know what to do about. This got Holly and Mads into a fight, and Lina is stuck in the middle of them fighting.

4.) -Ho
Well, that was a lame and unremarkable ending.
How did I possibly get through this whole series?!
In the Dating Game, by Natalie Standiford, a group of teenagers in high school start a dating game. The objective of the dating game is to match people in their school up with whoever they might be compatible with. I can describe this book in one word. BORING! The book has no specific plot. I would not recommend this book to anyone!
An overall smashing finale to The Dating Game...but it NEEDS a sequel. It's just crying out for one. It examines possible love situations for Ramona and Holly, as well as (a little) Mads, and the only thing that was really wrong with it was...what happened to Holly's boyfriend from the last book?!
Apr 05, 2008 Amy marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
i like this book. this book talk about how mad one of the main character in the book is like learning how to drive and her friend already know how to drive. she is having trouble with parking
This is a really good series, but this particular one I didn't like as much as the other ones...i think that the first one was the best.
Stefanie Samuel
Oct 17, 2007 Stefanie Samuel rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Girls 13-17
Girls always want a prince, in this book they move a little to fast with their guy friends. But overall A great way to end the series.
at first I didn't really care for the series, now i hate to see these characters go
Oct 26, 2013 Anne marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Why cant i read this? :( How will i read it on ipad2? Help! :'(
its okay so far i have only read to chapter 4
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Natalie Standiford, author of "How to Say Goodbye in Robot," "Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters," and the popular "Space Dog" and "Dating Game" series, has written picture books, nonfiction, chapter books, teen novels, and even horror novels for young adults. Standiford also plays bass in the rock band Tiger Beat, with fellow YA authors Libba Bray, Daniel Ehrenhaft, and Barnabas Miller.
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