Fashion Kitty

Fashion Kitty

Graphic Novel - 2005
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What if things had worked out a little differently for Cinderella? What if the evil stepmom wasn't exactly horrible and the step sisters weren't entirely evil? If all those things were true, would there still be a prince who falls for the lonely and sad maiden? For Lucy, the answer seems to be a When her father remarries, Lucy's old life is turned upside down. She moves from her West Coast home to a suburb on Long Island and feels like a total outcast. With no friends in her future, a blank social calendar, and a huge crush on the prince of the varsity basketball team, Lucy's life doesn't seem to have the makings of happily ever after. But Lucy soon finds out that happy endings do happen-just not scripted as she had planned.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c2005
ISBN: 9780786851348
Branch Call Number: GRAPHIC NOVEL - HAR
Characteristics: 88 p


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Feb 22, 2018

I could really relate to this Fashion Kitty episode. Having worked in administration at a school that required uniforms, I can certainly understand the conflict. Fashion Kitty was fortunate their shoes were not also put under code. Loved the way Fashion Kitty adapts to the lack of fashion emergencies among the students and helps June with her fashion newsletter about the teachers. Then there's Becky and her mysterious flip flops -- why does she spend so much time near Mrs. Rumple's office? Zack is a welcome addition to Kiki's friend circle, too.

This is a funny book and it has style in it. Review by Phoenix Wattam

book_worm_101 Aug 02, 2014

This book is soooo sexist. I mean as a kid and now that I look back on it I was just like OMG I actually read this S.....
The author tried not to make it sexist by making it that guys like fashion too you know but in the story every single girl wears pink at least a little. Even the shoes are pink more than half the time.
Like seriously!!! No Joke.

SchoolCorps Oct 15, 2012

This is the first book in a series.

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yellow_lion_354 Jul 15, 2012

yellow_lion_354 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

red_butterfly_700 Jul 11, 2012

red_butterfly_700 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 9


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