You Should See Me in A CrownBook - 2020 | First edition
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This is one of those feel-good books that makes your heart soar. I enjoy coming-of-age novels, and this hits the mark. Liz Lighty prefers to keep to herself; but that all changes when she decides to run for prom queen in her prom-obsessed school. Don’t worry, she has a very good reason, and there... Read More »
Sometimes you finish a book and it just makes you feel better. This was that book for me. Full of strong friendships, a beginning romance, and all the craziness of senior year, I couldn't put it down. If you need a book where you're wholeheartedly rooting for the main character, this is it. Recom... Read More »
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After spending high school studying here is nothing more Elizabeth “Liz” Lighty wants than to attend Pennington College and follow her late mother’s footsteps. Unfortunately for her, Liz wasn’t granted an orchestra scholarship and doesn’t want to burden her grandparents with the news. All hope seems to be lost until Liz’s brother suggests that she runs for prom queen for a chance to win the $10,000 scholarship. There’s only one problem: Liz has anxiety, and the thought of being in the spotlight terrifies her. Fortunately, she has the support of her campaign manager, little brother, an old friend, and a new maybe (girl)friend to help her through it all.
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