Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do?

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Simon and Schuster, 2006 - 442 páginas
It's not easy being Mikey Elsinger and Margalo Epps in ninth grade. It seems like things are changing. Now some people want to sit at the same lunch table with them, and some even ask them for advice. What are the two friends to make of this strange behavior?

Frankly all the attention cuts into the little time they have together and distracts attention from their own interests, like tennis and drama, and their own problems, like cheating in tennis and things not going the way Margalo plans they will in drama. In the opinion of these two bad girls, ninth grade can't end fast enough! But no matter how bad things get, one thing's for sure: They'll have each other.

The final book in the acclaimed Bad Girls series, Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do? is another funny, insightful, and realistic novel from Newbery Medal winner Cynthia Voigt.

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At the Bottom of the Food Chain
3
All the Worlds a Stage
21
At the Bottom of the Pecking Order
29
All the Worlds a Tennis Court
44
A Little Hope Cant Hurt Can It?
53
Theres Bad and Also Theres Worse
81
A Few Happy Moments
96
Margalo in Winter
117
Mikey Springs
241
Getting to the Top
243
Pretty Bad Stuff
260
Seriously Bad Stuff
275
Everybody Can Use a Little Help
291
But Not Everybody Gets It
309
Mikey on the March
331
Brainstorm Alert
344

Heartbreak Alert
119
Whats a Girl to Do?
143
Detective Margalo on the Case
163
Our Towns in Trouble
190
Mikey the Fist
203
Settling Accounts
226
Whos Calling the Shots?
364
Ask the Parents
375
Failure and Other Educational Experiences
397
Back to NormalWherever That Is
424
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Cynthia Voigt was born on February 25, 1942 in Boston, Massachusetts. She received a bachelor's degree from Smith College, did graduate work at St. Michael's College, and later received a teacher's certification from Christian Brothers College. After college, she worked for an advertising agency. Before becoming a full-time author, she was a secretary and a high school English teacher. Her first book, Homecoming, was published in 1981. Her children's books address such issues at child abuse and racism, topics that are not often talked about in books designed for children. She is the author of numerous books including the Bad Girls series, the Tillerman Cycle series, and the Kingdom series. She won the Notable Children's Trade Book in the field of social studies for Homecoming, the Newbery Medal, ALA in 1983 for Dicey's Song, and the Edgar Allan Poe Award in 1984 for The Callender Papers. In 1995, she received the MAE Award.

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