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Airhead by Meg Cabot
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Jan 29, 08

bookshelves: teen-books

Cute little book. There seems to be a trend in Teen books of the plain Jane somehow ends up famous. This time it is via brain transplant. Unbelievable, I know, but still fun. Emerson (named by her lit. professor father) is invisible in school, while Nikki Howard is THE supermodel of the Teen genre. A freak accident later and Em's brain is in Nikki's body, which brings with it the responsibilty of all of Nikki's contracts. A spying, controlling company and the boy Em loved and left behind all make this a fun and clean book. Kissing only. I am also noticing that publishers are leaning toward cleaning books up for the 'tween' market, which has been pretty ignored until this year, bookwise.
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