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by Barry David Marcus,Cynthia Voigt

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ISBN:
0689824718
Author:
Barry David Marcus,Cynthia Voigt
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Atheneum/Anne Schwartz Books; 1st edition (July 1, 2002)
Pages:
240 pages
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Bad Girls In Love (Bad Girls, Published January 1st 2004 by Atheneum Books for Young Readers. Paperback, 233 pages. Author(s): Cynthia Voigt (Goodreads Author), Barry David Marcus. ISBN: 0689866208 (ISBN13: 9780689866203).

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On Friday, an icy cold rain drove down out of the sky. It was not, however, icy enough to close schools, so the day was colored by disappointment Mikey, not the angle she prefer. It was not, however, icy enough to close schools, so the day was colored by disappointment Mikey, not the angle she preferred. Also, lunch that day was tuna noodle casserole with anonymous-fruit crumble for dessert, which did not improve Mikey’s spirits, and Margalo’s lunch choices had been so limited that she had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, peanut butter crackers, and no fruit

Bad Girls is a young-adult novel by Cynthia Voigt, first published in 1997.

Bad Girls is a young-adult novel by Cynthia Voigt, first published in 1997. It follows two fifth-graders, Michelle "Mikey" Elsinger and Margalo Epps, exploring issues of friendship, courage, and ethics using the lens of these two girls who are ambitious, combative, intelligent, and independent in ways that break from the norm.

Fellow Bad Girl Margalo tries to get Mikey to turn things down a notch, but why should Mikey listen to her? - after .

Fellow Bad Girl Margalo tries to get Mikey to turn things down a notch, but why should Mikey listen to her? - after all, what does Margalo know about being in love? Or is Margalo hiding a romantic fantasy of her own? . Look out! Mikey Elsinger's in love! Mikey never does anything halfway, so it's no surprise that when she develops a not-so-secret crush on Shawn Macavity, the heartstoppingly gorgeous star of the school play, she goes a bit overboard.

In this fourth book in Cynthia Voigt's Bad Girls series, as Mikey and Margalo struggle to understand that funny thing called love, they find that boys may come and go, but bad . Bad Girls in Love - Cynthia Voigt.

In this fourth book in Cynthia Voigt's Bad Girls series, as Mikey and Margalo struggle to understand that funny thing called love, they find that boys may come and go, but bad girls are bad for life. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young ReadersReleased: Mar 12, 2013ISBN: 9781442489219Format: book. carousel previous carousel next. Author Cynthia Voigt.

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Passion is in the air as Mikey and Margalo discover new feelings for boys, thus as Mikey goes after her dream catch, Shawn Macavity, Margalo is left alone to deal with her secret crush on her teacher, in the fourth addition to the Bad Girl series.
  • Brol
This book, Bad Girls In Love, by Cynthia Voigt, was not one of my favorite books, but it was still a good one. At some of the parts in this story it was easy to follow along with, but at others it could get confusing, or hard to understand. Some parts i could relate with, like when Mikey was "love struck" over Shawn, or when Margalo had a secret crush and she refused to tell anyone about him. Almost any eighth grade girl could probably relate with that because they all have probably gone through that same thing. Mikey and Margalo are going to a junior high where its all about the cliques and the fashion, much like any other junior high. There were some parts in the story where i wished that the author would have gone more into detail about, like with Mikey's secret admirer, the author never did tell who it was, even though i can guess who it was.

Overall though, i think that the author did a great job of bringing back these junior high feelings through these teen characters, Margalo and Mikey. They both get love crazed over these guys, but in the end they did learn a valuable lesson. This was that friends will always come before guys.
  • Whitegrove
One of the best things I love about Voight's books are how real her characters are. I'm a longtime BIG fan and was delighted to discover this new series.I loved these books immediatly from the first Bad Girls book I read. (And if you've never read the first three I'd highly recommend them too!) She delivers yet agian in this new book and keeps you guessing all the way through the story. I have a pretty good idea who the mysterious telephone caller is, for example. If you're hesitant about the word "Love" in the title don't worry, there's no mushy, sugary fluff here. It's all about survival as any bad girl knows. Mikey and Margelo are quickly entering the world of teenagers with all it's cliques, fashion statements, and innocent questions-what exactly is this lurve business all about anyway? Mikey is struck dumb, for the first time in her life, at the sight of Shawn MaCavity while Margalo looks on, amused, secretly carring the burden of her own crush. As always the bad girls stick together in their latest dilemma and Voight captures the drama in a humourous way. This could be any junior high school in any town. If you enjoyed the first three books you won't be dissapointed by this one!
  • Bludsong
I really enoyed this book. It wasn't mushy at all, which i like. Young girls can read it because they're aren't any swear words. It give the look into the lives of two girls who are dealing with their first "MAJOR" crushes. They're in lurve! Mikey and Margalo, though both older and now into boys, are still their usual, sharp, quick, sarcastic selves. Which is always fun. The only thing i didn't like about this book was how 'open' the ending one. Hopefully, there is another book on the way.............(?)
  • Dorintrius
This book was hilarious and incredibly awesome. I loved it as did many of my friends. I have now read it about ten times, and it still seems to get better every time. Mikey and Margalo have great personalities and dialouges. If you have any doubt about buying this book, you need to 100%!
  • AGAD
I didn't like this book at all. The characters became annoying and confusing, and almost totally false (i.e. Mikey leaving her feelings for Shawn out in the open). No girls are like that; I was no where close when I was 13. Many of the subplots become interesting then are suddenly lost (e.g. Margalo's crush on the teacher, Mikey's Secret Admirer- we never find out who it is, though I know who it is). The writing didn't seem as good as Voight's previous works.
  • DART-SKRIMER
I think that this book is good, but it is a little off the real world. I mean, if a girl meets a boy who she suddenly likes, she just doesn't do the stuff that they mention in the book. I mean, calling him on the phone when she doesn't really know what he looks like? A girl might be insane about a certain guy, but not that extreme. Trust me, I know. But this book gets to the point, which is what I personaly like. Over all, it is not a bad book.