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    Candy Apple: Super Sweet 13

    Candy Apple: Super Sweet 13

    by Helen Perelman

    Middle school is full of fun and challenges for the girls in this popular series! "Convincingly conveys the social pressures…A cheer-worthy blend of fluff and substance."—Publishers Weekly

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    Candy Apple Grades 6-8

    Candy Apple Grades 6-8

    Middle school is full of fun and challenges for the girls in this popular series! "Convincingly conveys the social pressures…A cheer-worthy blend of fluff and substance." - Publishers Weekly

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    • Accidentally Famous
    • I've Got a Secret
    • Miss Popularity
    • The Sweetheart Deal

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Super Sweet 13

Author: Helen Perelman

Series: Candy Apple (Book #24)

Interest Level:
3-7

Lexile Framework:
630L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.5

Age:
8-12

Genre:
Comedy and Humor, Series

Subject:
Birthdays, Middle School, Friends and Friendship, Parents

About This Book

Candy Merrin is determined to make this a birthday to remember. After all, she's finally going to be a teenager! But even a super sweet thirteen can turn sour. Feuding friends, favor mix-ups, and missing guests are only the beginning of Carly's party problems. Her thirteenth birthday will be memorable—for all the wrong reasons!

The biggest bash of Carly's life is about to turn into the biggest mess of the year...


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